For contributors, maintainers, and the companies supporting their own developers, Contributor License Agreements (CLAs) can seem like they just get in the way of growing the community around a project
EasyCLAstreamlines the process of getting developers authorized under a project’s CLA for everyone
Enable all your developers to contribute code easily and quickly while remaining compliant with contribution policies:
Below is a high-level flow of how EasyCLA works. The Project Manager (who can be a project maintainer or someone from the Linux Foundation, depending on how you’ve been set up) starts the process by setting up their preferred CLA.
Once EasyCLA has been enabled to enforce agreements, the workflow starts when a Developer attempts to contribution to the project. Detailed user steps can be found in our public documentation on GitHub.