On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 8:18 AM, Mamoru TASAKA
> Forwarded from https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1413646#c2
> The upstream of librealsense, Intel demands that when we want to
> contribute to librealsense via github pull request (for example):
> such contributer are required to accept Intel CLA
> (Individual Contributor **License** Agreement):
> I suspect that this CLA may be additional requirement (or license) when
> developing librealsense. So:
> 1. Should this CLA be regarded as something like additional "license"
> or so?
> 2. In such case (or if not, in any case), can this CLA be accepted for
> packages on Fedora?
> Note that the license of librealsense itself is under "ASL 2.0 and BSD".
Typically CLAs do not have any effect on downstream work, only when
changes to librealsense are being submitted upstream. Tom can confirm
this, but it looks like there's nothing in the CLA or CONTRIBUTING
files that indicate it would have any effect downstream (i.e. in
Fedora or Fedora's users).
Just want to confirm that you are still investigating this issue?
Thank you in advance.