We welcome contributions to the code and documentation of TiddlyWiki in several ways:
- Helping to improve our documentation
- Contributing to the code via GitHub
- See http://tiddlywiki.com/dev for more details
There are other ways to help TiddlyWiki too.
Contributor License Agreement
Like other OpenSource projects, TiddlyWiki5 needs a signed contributor license agreement from individual contributors. This is a legal agreement that allows contributors to assert that they own the copyright of their contribution, and that they agree to license it to the UnaMesa Association (the legal entity that owns TiddlyWiki on behalf of the community).
How to sign the CLA
Create a GitHub pull request to add your name to
cla-entity.md, with the date in the format (YYYY/MM/DD).
step by step
- Navigate to licenses/CLA-individual or licenses/CLA-entity according to whether you are signing as an individual or representative of an organisation
- Click the "edit" button at the top-right corner (clicking this button will fork the project so you can edit the file)
- Add your name at the bottom
Jeremy Ruston, @Jermolene, 2011/11/22
- Below the edit box for the CLA text you should see a box labelled Propose file change
- Enter a brief title to explain the change (eg, "Signing the CLA")
- Click the green button labelled Propose file change
- On the following screen, click the green button labelled Create pull request
The CLA documents used for this project were created using Harmony Project Templates. "HA-CLA-I-LIST Version 1.0" for "CLA-individual" and "HA-CLA-E-LIST Version 1.0" for "CLA-entity".
- When not owning the copyright in the entire work of authorship**
In this case, please clearly state so, since otherwise we assume that you are the legal copyright holder of the contributed work! Please provide links and additional information that clarify under which license the rest of the code is distributed.
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