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From ge...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r225118 - in /incubator/harmony/standard/site: build.xml docs/auth_cont_quest.txt
Date Mon, 25 Jul 2005 13:30:45 GMT
Author: geirm
Date: Mon Jul 25 06:30:41 2005
New Revision: 225118

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=225118&view=rev
Log:
make sure the txt version is copied over to the docs dir

Added:
    incubator/harmony/standard/site/docs/auth_cont_quest.txt
Modified:
    incubator/harmony/standard/site/build.xml

Modified: incubator/harmony/standard/site/build.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/incubator/harmony/standard/site/build.xml?rev=225118&r1=225117&r2=225118&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/harmony/standard/site/build.xml (original)
+++ incubator/harmony/standard/site/build.xml Mon Jul 25 06:30:41 2005
@@ -75,6 +75,12 @@
               <include name="**/*.png"/>
           </fileset>
       </copy>
+
+      <copy todir="${docs.dest}/" filtering="no">
+           <fileset dir="${docs.src}">
+              <include name="**/*.txt"/>
+           </fileset>
+      </copy>
   
       <!-- In case we have CSS someday
       <copy todir="${docs.dest}" filtering="no">

Added: incubator/harmony/standard/site/docs/auth_cont_quest.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/incubator/harmony/standard/site/docs/auth_cont_quest.txt?rev=225118&view=auto
==============================================================================
--- incubator/harmony/standard/site/docs/auth_cont_quest.txt (added)
+++ incubator/harmony/standard/site/docs/auth_cont_quest.txt Mon Jul 25 06:30:41 2005
@@ -0,0 +1,205 @@
+The Apache Software Foundation
+   Apache Harmony Project
+Authorized Contributor Questionnaire 
+
+PROPOSED
+
+Part I :  Identification
+
+   Please provide the following information
+
+      Name : ___________________________________________
+    E-mail : ___________________________________________
+
+    Mailing address :
+        ___________________________________________
+        ___________________________________________  
+        ___________________________________________
+        ___________________________________________    
+ 
+     Employer :  ___________________________________________
+ 
+Part II:  Access to Repositories
+
+   Apache Harmony would like to limit write access to repositories
+   to those that need it, but will grant all that is asked for as long
+   as there are no issues with previous exposure to technology that
+   could be a problem for the project.
+
+   Which components are you interested in working on? Please list below :
+
+     ___________________________________________
+     ___________________________________________
+     ___________________________________________
+     ___________________________________________
+
+
+Part III : Exposure to Related Technologies
+
+  The Project is committed to producing an implementation of Java that
+  can be licensed freely under the Apache License.  To do this,
+  we wish to know what, if any, previous exposure you have had
+  to the source for any of the parts of a J2SE implementation 
+  including virtual machines, class libraries, tooling, etc.
+
+  The following activities are not considered ÒaccessingÕ the
+  source code and would not generally disqualify you from
+  committing to the related repository here at Apache Harmony
+
+    a) Having a copy of src.jar on a computer as long as you never
+       viewed or edited the contents of the file.
+
+    b) While running a debugger on a Java language program, having
+       had occasion to step into the source code for the implementation
+       as long as you did not attempt to understand or debug the
+       implementation code itself.
+
+    c) Having implemented "plug-ins" or other component software which
+       interact with an implementation, but doing so only with reference
+       to the published service provider interfaces.
+
+    d) Have written or executed test cases that probed the behavior
+       of an implementation as long as you did so with reference
+       only to published specifications and interfaces.
+
+   With those activities in mind, have you done any of the following to an
+   implementation of one or more of the components you listed in item (2)
+   above.  If the question doesn't apply to you, please write "N/A".  Please 
+   provide details for each if "yes" :
+
+    Read some or all the source code for an implementation?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+
+    Fixed defects or performed other maintenance activity on an implementation?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+
+    Enhanced the source code for an implementation with additional function,
+      performance or other qualities of service?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+
+    
+    Ported an implementation to a different operating system or hardware platform?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+    
+    Reverse compiled or otherwise reverse engineered an implementation?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+    
+
+    If you have answered yes to any question above, and that implementation is
+    not available under a recognized Open Source license, you may not be an contributor to
+    the related component of Apache Harmony unless the copyright owner of that
+    implementation either:
+
+     a) submits the implementation to this project under the Software Grant or
+        the Corporate Contribution License Agreement (the CCLA);
+
+     b) if the copyright owner is your current employer, signs a CCLA and
+       lists you as a designated employee; or
+
+     c) if the copyright owner is not your current employer, submits
+        a written authorization disclaiming any copyright or confidentiality
+        interest in your current or future contributions to this project.
+
+Part IV :  Bulk Contribution
+
+   Have you personally written all of the code or other material
+   that you are intending to contribute to this project?
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+   If not, you need to satisfy both a) and b) below.
+
+   a)  All of the other authors are Authorized Contributors for the component and
+
+   b)  You have a written agreement with those who wrote the material
+       that either gives you ownership of the material or otherwise
+       provides you sufficient rights to submit this material to the
+       project on their behalf.  (please provide the details of this agreement)
+
+Part V : Confidential Exposure
+
+   Have you had access to any information regarding a proprietary
+   implementation of a component that could be considered
+   confidential?  
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+   If so, you may be a Authorized Contributor for that component only
+   if the owner of that potential confidential information submits
+   a written authorization disclaiming any confidentiality interest
+   in your current or future contributions to this project.
+
+Part VI :  Non-Compete Restrictions
+
+   Are you subject to a non-compete agreement that covers the
+   development of software? 
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+   Would the restrictions of that non-compete agreement prevent 
+   you from working on any of the technology in or potentially
+   in Apache Harmomy?  If yes, please provide details.
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+     _____________________________________________________________________
+    
+   If so, you may be an Authorized Contributor for those areas
+   only if the other party submits a written authorization acknowledging that
+   your participation in the project is not in conflict with the
+   non-compete agreement.
+
+Part VII :  ICLA
+
+   Please execute a Individual Contributor License Agreement.
+
+Part VIII :  Employment Limitations
+
+   Are you employed as a programmer, systems analyst, or other
+   IT professional? 
+
+    [ ] Yes    [ ] No
+
+   If so, we encourage you to have your
+   employer either :
+
+   a) sign a Corporate Contribution License Agreement with Apache
+      and lists you as a designated employee or
+
+   b) submits a written authorization for your participation in this
+      project and disclaims any copyright or confidentiality interest
+      in your current or future contributions to this project.
+
+
+
+
+ Signature : ___________________________________________
+Print Name : ___________________________________________
+      Date : ___________________________________________  
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