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After contributing a patch to a bug, the contributor must make the following statements on the bugzilla bug that has been referenced:


  1. wrote 100% of the code;
  2. they have the right to contribute the code to Eclipse; and
  3. the file header contains the EPL License header.

I.e.:


    I,(name) have created the patch(es) (the patch(es) attachment(s) id(s)) solely based on existing (EPL licensed) code in the MTJ project, and wrote all new code 100% myself, without using any other open source or proprietary source code as a basis for my work.

   I am making my contribution available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License (EPL) to be included in the codebase of the MTJ project.