The CoprHD project requires that all source code contributions include a Developer's Certificate of Origin (DCO) sign-off. The goal is to insure that all contributors agree to release their code under the ALv2 and that they have the right to do so. The full text of the DCO is reproduced below.
Compliance with CoprHD's DCO requirement comes in two parts.
Insure that all newly created or modified source code files submitted with your contribution include the appropriate ALv2 license text along with the appropriate copyright notices
- Please do not include the copyright symbol © in your source files
Include a DCO signoff in your Stash Pull Request when requesting that your contribution be accepted into the project
While participation in CoprHD implies implicit agreement with the terms of the DCO, we also ask that you include a sign-off like the the one above in your Pull Request description when you request that your contribution be merged into one of the project's main branches
- Use your real name please. We will not be able to accept any alternatives.