On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 10:00 AM, noriko
> Hi Transifex team and Tom
> For translators who do not agree to the new FPCA by June 17, 2011, I am
> wondering if we should give some friendly notification or block the
> submission of translation temporary via Transifex.
> Is any good idea on this?
> Also it would be very nice if FAS login system can be integrated into
> Transifex in the future.
Here's the plan we considered: We can update the CLA text with the
FPCA one and send a notice to all people to re-sign it. A couple of
weeks later do it again, and finally, remove from the teams the people
who haven't signed it.
> Tom Callaway さんは書きました:
>> Please take a moment and read this brief email, as it is important.
>> Fedora is in the process of retiring our old "Individual Contributor
>> License Agreement" (also known as the ICLA or CLA) and replacing it with
>> the new Fedora Project Contributor Agreement (FPCA).
>> All Fedora contributors with accounts in the Fedora Account System
) who have agreed to the old
>> CLA *MUST* agree to the new FPCA by June 17, 2011 to continue
>> contributing to Fedora.
>> Here is how you do this:
>> 1) Login to the Fedora Account System:
>> 2) Once logged in, click on the "My Account" link in the blue box on
>> left side of the window.
>> 3) On the page that loads, you will see a section labeled "Account
>> Details". Look for the line that says "Contributor Agreement". On
>> line, you should see a new section that says:
>> "New CLA Not Signed - We need contributors to sign the new Contributor
>> Agreement(Complete it now!)"
>> Click on "Complete it now!" and follow the prompts.
>> It is important that Fedora Account holders who have signed the old
>> Fedora CLA sign the new FPCA. We have allotted a window of one month for
>> Fedora contributors to agree to the FPCA. This means that after June 17,
>> 2011, any Fedora Contributors who have not agreed to the FPCA will have
>> their "cla_done" flag set to False. This also means that any groups
>> they are in which are dependent upon "cla_done", such as
>> "ambassador", and Fedora People access will be removed.
>> There are a few accounts which are exempt from this, specifically,
>> accounts which are members of the "cla_dell", "cla_intel",
>> "cla_redhat" groups. If you do not know what these groups are, you are
>> probably not in them. :) Accounts in these groups will not see the "New
>> CLA Not Signed" line on their "My Account" page, and do not need
>> any action at this time.
>> Please take a minute and login to FAS to agree to the terms of the FPCA,
>> to avoid loss of access.
>> More information about the FPCA, including the final FPCA text, can be
>> found here:
>> If you have any additional questions about the FPCA or the re-signing
>> process, please feel free to email me directly at legal(a)fedoraproject.org.
>> Tom Callaway, Fedora Legal
>> Fedora Project
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