The text of some license agreements may be found below. A full list of licenses and how they interact with Fedora is available on the Licensing page.
Releases of software from the Fedora Project are covered by a License Agreement.
Texts contributed are licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 Unported, except where otherwise noted. All other content is not licensed for copying or redistribution, except where otherwise noted.
CSS and Layout Code
Layout and CSS code for the Fedora websites is offered under a free software license notated in each individual file. You are permitted to use this code on your own sites, but you may not use this code in conjunction with any other Fedora trademarks, as set out in the trademark guidelines.
All texts from formal Fedora documentation are licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 Unported. See the Fedora Documentation Licensing FAQ for more information.
The Contributor License Agreement
The purpose of the Contributor License Agreement (CLA) is to ensure that Fedora has acceptable licensing terms for all contributions received.
All individual contributors to the Fedora Project are required to agree to the Individual Contributor License Agreement and all of their contributions are subject to it.
There are degrees of trust associated with the method one agrees to the CLA. Use the CLA Acceptance Hierarchies to figure out what method of agreement matches the type of contribution.