The Contributor License Agreement (CLA) service of the Linux Foundation lets project contributors read, sign, and submit contributor license agreements easily.
This repository contains both the backend and front-end UI for supporting and managing the application.
This platform supports both GitHub and Gerrit source code repositories. Additional information can be found in the Getting Started Guide.
Besides integration with Auth0 and Salesforce, the CLA system has the following third party services:
The CLA project has two backend projects.
The majority of the backend APIs are implemented in python, and can be found in the
Recent backend development was implemented in Golang, and can be found in the
cla-backend-go directory. In particular, this backend contains APIs powering Automated Templates, GitHub Approved List of contributors, and Duplicate Company handling in the Corporate Console.
CLA frontend consists of three independent SPA build with Ionic framework:
CLA front-end project console for LinuxFoundation director/admin/user to manage project CLA
CLA front-end corporate console for company CCLA manager to sign a CCLA and manage employee CLA approved list
CLA front-end contributor console for any project contributor to sign ICLA or CCLA
The following diagram explains the EasyCLA architecture.
The following diagram illustrates the EasyCLA release process:
Copyright The Linux Foundation and each contributor to CommunityBridge.
This project’s source code is licensed under the MIT License. A copy of the license is available in LICENSE.
The project includes source code from
keycloak, which is licensed under the Apache License, version 2.0 (Apache-2.0), a copy of which is available in LICENSE-keycloak.
This project’s documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC-BY-4.0). A copy of the license is available in LICENSE-docs.