Thanks for the reminder. I must admit that I forgot to check whether
Mehdi had sent an ICLA before committing his patch, which was of
significant size. My apologies for that.


On 07/10/11 08:16, Simon Pepping wrote:
> 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
> files).
> 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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