|Subject:||Re: CLAHub and the FSF copyright assignment|
|Date:||Sun, 14 Dec 2014 01:25:45 +0000|
On 13 Dec 2014 14:53, "Sean Allred" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I post here to bring to discussion a resource called CLAHub . This service integrates with GitHub (the repository host for `sx.el’ and a host of other packages on the MELPA) to provide pull request statusing akin to Travis CI and Code Climate. With GitHub’s recent blog announcement , this information will be visible on the pull request’s page as the merge is discussed.
IIUC, this information you're referring to is whether the author of the pull request has signed the assignment?
> Can GNU/the FSF use this resource to fulfill its copyright assignment?
From what I understand, there are quite a few gnu elpa packages which are developed on github. So I'm sure this convenience would be of interest to some authors, me included.
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