[Ironruby-core] Contributor agreements are ready
enicholson at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 17:16:48 EDT 2007
Great! I can attest that it's pretty painless too. Except that newborn
Anyways, once that we've signed the agreement, how do we approach external
but related code? IronRuby is surrounded by directly & indirectly related
open source projects (Matz's Ruby, jRuby, numerous libraries, etc). Do we
need to avoid all of that code entirely for risk of patent & copyright
contamination? Is it OK to peek at how they solved the same problems? Can
we use the same algorithms?
Obviously lifting code is inappropriate on many levels, but pretending we're
solving problems for the first time seems a little backwards too.
On 9/17/07, John Lam (DLR) <jflam at microsoft.com> wrote:
> I'm happy to announce that we now have contributor agreements available
> for folks who would like to contribute code to IronRuby. The process is
> pretty straightforward – send an email to ssiadmin at microsoft.com and
> request to be added as a contributor to the IronRuby project.
> The actual signature process is handled through an online electronic
> signature tool. No trees will be harmed. Once you've signed the agreement
> we'll be able to review your code for inclusion in IronRuby.
> Thanks for your help!
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