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From Martin Marinschek <>
Subject Re: Proposed new components for sandbox/tomahawk
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 15:09:05 GMT
Well, the question is at what point it is just a normal commit (or
"was developed in our source control system") of one of our committers
- and at what point it is a donation which need's IP clearance.

I totally agree with staying on the safe side here and filling out an
ip-clearance document if you feel that's necessary.



On 1/11/06, Manfred Geiler <> wrote:
> 2006/1/11, Martin Marinschek <>:
> > Hi Simon,
> >
> > it would be best if Obsidium could file a Corporate CLA for such donations, too.
> >
> >
> >
> > Do you think you could get them to to this?
> >
> > Plus, we might need to fill in an IP-clearance document at incubator.
> > I don't see this as being necessary in this case, cause the donation
> > is rather small in size (not as large as ADF Faces or Tobago ;), plus
> > done by an active ASF committer, but please (any more experienced ASF
> > committers/members/officers on this list) tell me if I'm wrong.
> That's exactly what the IP-clearance document is for: Rather small donations.
> See the previous documents: Some of them covering just one small C file.
> And, of course, it does not matter if the one that bring's it in is an
> active ASF committer or not. Why should it?
> On the other hand I'm not sure if the CCLA is really necessary for
> this. Although it would not harm, of course.
> Ted, please correct me if I'm wrong.
> Simon, could you please check the template at
> and fill in all that is applicable?
> Thanks,
> Manfred


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