[Incubator] Code contribution examples?
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 00:51:06 PST 2013
I assume that you are referring to processes that projects need to have
in place to ensure that contributed code meets the license guidelines?
For the OSGeo-Live project we use the following process:
To get [OSGeo-Live] commit access, you need to create yourself an osgeo
user id, then join our email list and ask to be given access to
subversion. In this email, you will also need to confirm that you will
comply with our license guidelines. Write something like:
"Hi all, I'd like to contribute XXX to OSGeo-Live. Could I please get
access to subversion. My osgeo-user id is: YYYY.
I confirm that my contributions to OSGeo-Live will be compatible with
the OSGeo-Live license guidelines at the time of contribution."
The current OSGeo-Live license guidelines are:
A project admin will then add you to the osgeo user group.
The first thing you should do to test your svn install is to add your
name the code contributors or translators list(s):
On 11/02/2013 9:54 AM, Jody Garnett wrote:
> I am continuing to struggle with examples of how to handle code
> contribution (in the context of GeoMoose I would like to be able to
> quickly point to a range of examples, and see if we can find one to
> meet the communities needs).
> Can I ask the list for good (or bad) examples and why you like them?
> For my part I will try and gather these up into the FAQ, since this
> discussion happens with each project that comes along.
> Jody Garnett
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