For a project to use EasyCLA, it must meet the following requirements:

  • The project repositories are in GitHub or Gerrit or GitLab

  • If the project uses Gerrit source control, the Gerrit instance should be hosted on The Linux Foundation platform.

  • The repository administrator should enable Branch Restrictions and Branch Protection for the repository in GitHub or GitLab. The restrictions and protection should be set to enable required status checks on a branch regardless of the role for the organization.

For a CLA Manager to access EasyCLA, they must register an LF Single Sign-On (SSO) account. If you do not have an LF SSO account, you can read how to create an account here.

For a company to sign a project's CCLA, they must identify the appropriate company employees who will be the CLA Manager and CLA Signatory for that CCLA.

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