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Drop requirement for CLA in CONTRIBUTING.md #178

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davidcunado-arm commented Oct 15, 2017

It is no longer necessary for contributors to send a CLA to ARM
before making contributions. Contributors must instead add a
"Signed-off-by:" line to each commit, which certifies that the
contribution is made under the Developer Certificate of Origin
(DCO).

Update CONTRIBUTING.md to reflect this new policy and add a copy of
the DCO to the repository.

Fixes /issues/177

Signed-off-by: David Cunado david.cunado@arm.com

Drop requirement for CLA in CONTRIBUTING.md
It is no longer necessary for contributors to send a CLA to ARM
before making contributions. Contributors must instead add a
"Signed-off-by:" line to each commit, which certifies that the
contribution is made under the Developer Certificate of Origin
(DCO).

Update CONTRIBUTING.md to reflect this new policy and add a copy of
the DCO to the repository.

Fixes /issues/177

Signed-off-by: David Cunado <david.cunado@arm.com>
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lieff Oct 15, 2017

Hmm, why it's been needed in first place? If I have C99 project it's definitely can be compiled for ARM. So, every C99 needs CLA? Or only hand-written assembler code needs that?

lieff commented Oct 15, 2017

Hmm, why it's been needed in first place? If I have C99 project it's definitely can be compiled for ARM. So, every C99 needs CLA? Or only hand-written assembler code needs that?

@mdupuy mdupuy merged commit a778f6d into projectNe10:master Oct 16, 2017

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