OpenJFX mirror at BitBucket?
hastebrot at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 05:50:45 UTC 2015
>then you have to spend weeks sorting out who contributed to the files in
the pull request
Is it common to have multiple authors for a single pull request?
>how to contact them, if they are covered under the OCA
Google  (googlebot), Mozilla  (rust-highfive robot) and Microsoft 
(msftclas bot) solve this issue, by using automatic bots that welcome the
contributors and keep an list of already signed CLAs.
On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 6:31 AM, dalibor topic <dalibor.topic at oracle.com>
> On 18.03.2015 01:03, Tomas Mikula wrote:
>> Legal issues could be resolved by requiring a signed OCA before each
>> pull request is merged.
> Or we could simply require changes to come in the way we do now and avoid
> having to deal with another set of side issues altogether.
> A development model where individual contributors work on their own
> individual changes, and then submit them separately is much easier to deal
> with for reviewers than one where some random things happen on bitbucket,
> someone after a while sends in a random pull request and then you have to
> spend weeks sorting out who contributed to the files in the pull request,
> how to contact them, if they are covered under the OCA, etc.
> dalibor topic
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