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= Complete the Contributor License Agreement =
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= Complete the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement (FPCA) =
  
{{admon/tip|For quick access to the CLA goto:|[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/cla/ https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/cla/]}}
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This is where you can complete the [[Legal/Licenses/CLA | Contributor License Agreement]]  from the [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem | Fedora Account System]] .
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{{Link/Start |https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/fpca/ | For quick access to the FPCA}}
  
If you have not filled in a telephone number and address, you will be redirected to the edit page to add this information.
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This is where you can complete the [[Legal:Fedora_Project_Contributor_Agreement | Fedora Project Contributor Agreement]]  from the [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem | Fedora Account System]] .
  
On the CLA page, read through the Contributor License Agreement, and if you agree, click the "I agree" button at the bottom.
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If you have not filled in a telephone number, you will be redirected to the edit page to add this information.
  
The CLA is required for new Fedora Project contributors to protect both the contributor and the project.  It makes certain that Fedora can remain forever free and open source.
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On the FPCA page, read through the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement.  If you agree, click the '''I Agree''' button at the bottom.
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The '''FPCA''' is required for new Fedora Project contributors to protect both the '''Contributor''' and the '''Fedora Project'''.  It makes certain that Fedora can remain forever ''free & open source''.
  
{{admon/important|Red Hat employees do not need to complete the Fedora CLA.|Instead, you can request to join the cla_redhat group where you will be approved by someone verifying that you are employed by Red Hat.}}
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:45, 10 May 2013

Complete the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement (FPCA)

This is where you can complete the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement from the Fedora Account System .

If you have not filled in a telephone number, you will be redirected to the edit page to add this information.

On the FPCA page, read through the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement. If you agree, click the I Agree button at the bottom.

The FPCA is required for new Fedora Project contributors to protect both the Contributor and the Fedora Project. It makes certain that Fedora can remain forever free & open source.