On Sat, 2010-02-06 at 22:33 -0800, Hristo Petkov wrote:
I found this Contribution License Agreement, but I have a question:
What does 'perpetual' mean. In most of the countries the copyright
licenses are for 50 years or so.
Just in 10 years the computer will most probably walk around you in
your house saying 'Yes master' and 'As you wish' and none of today's
software will go on it. Anyway.
There is no button to sign the CLA. Pls. advise.
If you have a wiki account you've already clicked through and agreed to
the CLA by creating an account. See this for more details:
This list isn't really the place to pose questions about the CLA if you
have concerns about it though (although you should have asked those
before agreeing to it.)
The CLA is managed by the legal team; if you have questins about it I
would advise you to follow the following advice from the Legal wiki
If you have any legal questions that can be discussed in public, post to
fedora-legal-list . If you have any private legal questions send a mail
to legal AT fedoraproject.org
. This is taken care of by TomCallaway