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From Chris Hostetter <>
Subject Re: commited docs vs wiki -- was: Re: [jira] Commented: (LUCENE-805) New Lucene Demo
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2007 22:25:32 GMT

: I will ask on legal-discuss if click-agreement is sufficient.

: > I don't know how confluence works, but maybe it is possible to make
: > a "click-agreement" like the one there is in Jira while submitting
: > patches ?

I kind of glossed over this when Nicolas first sent it -- but it makes
total sense ... if a redaio button in Jira is legaly binding enough to
allow someone with a signed CLA to commit into the repository and include
in a release, then a checkbox on a "web form based document repository"
(ie: cwiki) should be enough to allow someone with a signed CLA to export
all the documentaiton and include it in a release.

we would probably want to have two seperate "web form based document
repository" areas ... one where you can only make edits if you check
the legal box which is archived and included in the releases by a commiter
(ie: socring docs, fileformat docs, tutorials, demos, etc...) and one that
is completley publicly accessible (ie: the FAQ, list of projects using
lucene, list of articles/books about lucene, whiteboard of ideas, tips and
tricks, etc...)


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