Commit 4494b0a2 authored by Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos's avatar Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos
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Simplified contribution policy [ci skip]



Also added a template to assist in the required steps to contribute.
Signed-off-by: Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos's avatarNikos Mavrogiannopoulos <nmav@redhat.com>
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# Git commits:
The original author of the changes should be the author of the commit.
The "Signed-off-by" git flag is used to by committers to indicate they
agreed with project's DCO as described in [DCO.txt](doc/DCO.txt). Note
that we no longer require FSF copyright assignment.
Note that when contributing code you will need to assert that the contribution is
in accordance to the "Developer's Certificate of Origin" as found in the
file [DCO.txt](doc/DCO.txt).
To indicate that, make sure that your contributions (patches or merge requests),
contain a "Signed-off-by" line, with your real name and e-mail address.
To automate the process use "git am -s" to produce patches and/or set the
a template to simplify this process, as follows.
```
git config commit.template devel/git-template
```
# Test suite:
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# Contributing
If you wish to contribute, you may read more about our [coding style](CONTRIBUTING.md).
Note that when contributing code that is not assigned to FSF, you will
need to assert that the contribution is in accordance to the "Developer's
Certificate of Origin" as found in the file [DCO.txt](doc/DCO.txt).
That can be done by sending a mail with your real name to the gnutls-devel
mailing list. Then just make sure that your contributions (patches),
contain a "Signed-off-by" line, with your name and e-mail address.
To automate the process use "git am -s" to produce patches.
See [the contributing document](CONTRIBUTING.md).
Happy hacking!
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Signed-off-by: Your Real Name <name@example.com>
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