Fluid CLA and CCLA for comment

Jens Haeusser jens.haeusser at ubc.ca
Mon Oct 22 08:49:01 UTC 2007

I fully support these licenses- they are identical to not only the Sakai CLA
and CCLA, but the Kuali ones as well, and as such, have now passed through
the hands of many University lawyers... I¹d be loathe to change even a
single word.

Jens Haeusser
Director, Strategy
Information Technology, UBC

On 10/15/07 8:01 AM, "Sheila Crossey" <sheila.crossey at utoronto.ca> wrote:

> All,
> As part of the process of moving Fluid code into its own repository, we would
> like to get the right intellectual property paperwork in place for
> contributors to hand off code. With this in mind, I've created a Fluid CLA
> (Contributor License Agreement) and CCLA (Corporate CLA). These are copies of
> the Sakai CLA and CCLA except that I've replaced references to the Sakai
> Foundation with the University of Toronto and say the project is led by the
> University of Toronto represented by the ATRC. Other than the header, changing
> Foundation to University throughout, and providing a new address, the language
> is identical to the current Sakai CLA and CCLA. I kept the Sakai version
> numbering (CLA 1.0 and CCLA 1.1) to stay in synch with them.
> As previously discussed, our intention is to dual-license the code under the
> ECL 2.0 and Modified BSD licences. I'll be posting more details of the
> proposed logistics for this soon.
> Meanwhile, I would appreciate it if an appropriate person from each of the
> contributing organizations could let me know if the attached CLA and CCLA suit
> their needs. Also, please let me know if you spot any errors (typographical or
> otherwise).
> Sheila
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> Sheila Crossey
> Senior Project Coordinator
> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
> Faculty of Information Studies
> University of Toronto
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> fax:    (416) 971-2896
> email: sheila.crossey at utoronto.ca
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