Mehdi Houshmand's ICLA is now on file with the ASF.

I take this opportunity to remind you that all code in our and other
ASF repositories must have been donated to the ASF under a
Contributor's License Agreement. This allows the ASF to claim that the
code was 'Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
or more contributor license agreements' (see the header on our source

For contributions of a more than trivial size and content the
contributor must have filed an ICLA with the ASF. You can find the
list of non-committers who filed an ICLA at the web page Committers
who commit a patch from a non-committer contributor should check this.

In addition, the contribution must have been clearly donated to the
ASF, e.g. by attaching it to a bug report in Bugzilla. Therefore,
pulling code from a Git repository creates an unclear situation and is
not (yet) an allowed method to obtain a contribution to the ASF.

Best, Simon

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