[jitsi-users] Links In GitHub Repo To Your Contributor License Agreement Do Not Work


#1

In your GitHub repository's "CONTRIBUTING.md" file, in the "Contributor
License Agreement" subsection (see here:
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md#contributor-license-agreement),
it says that you must sign either the 'corporation' or 'individual'
contributor license agreement before you can contribute, and there are
links to both the 'corporation' and 'individual' versions of the license
agreement (https://jitsi.org/ccla and https://jitsi.org/icla,
respectively). However, I clicked on both of those links and got a "404 -
Not Found" error page for both of them (see attached screenshots). Please
fix this links ASAP, as no one will be able to sign the required agreement
to contribute to your repository until you do.

Since this bug is not really a bug with your software but rather a broken
link issue, should I still add this as an issue in your GitHub repository,
or will this be addressed without me having to create a GitHub issue?

    ~Michael


#2

Guys, when did the new Homepage go live?

There were dozens of links like the ones to the CLA that are now apparently dead, as is a lot of documentation. This is NOT cool. Naming the orange button "try Jitsi" and not "try Jitsi Meet" is also neither cool nor reducing confusion.

Ingo

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-----Original Message-----
From: users [mailto:users-bounces@jitsi.org] On Behalf Of Michael Hadjiosif
Sent: Sonntag, 4. Juni 2017 21:35
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: [jitsi-users] Links In GitHub Repo To Your Contributor License
Agreement Do Not Work
In your GitHub repository's "CONTRIBUTING.md" file, in the "Contributor
License Agreement" subsection (see here:
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md#contributor-
license-agreement), it says that you must sign either the 'corporation'
or 'individual' contributor license agreement before you can contribute,
and there are links to both the 'corporation' and 'individual' versions
of the license agreement (https://jitsi.org/ccla and
https://jitsi.org/icla, respectively). However, I clicked on both of
those links and got a "404 - Not Found" error page for both of them (see
attached screenshots). Please fix this links ASAP, as no one will be
able to sign the required agreement to contribute to your repository
until you do.

Since this bug is not really a bug with your software but rather a broken
link issue, should I still add this as an issue in your GitHub repository, or
will this be addressed without me having to create a GitHub issue?

    ~Michael


#3

Hi,

I had fixed the icla and ccla redirections and also the 'Try' link
that Ingo mentioned.
Also, the old website is now available under desktop.jitsi.org url.

Regards
damencho

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On Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 3:51 PM, Ingo Bauersachs <ingo@jitsi.org> wrote:

Guys, when did the new Homepage go live?

There were dozens of links like the ones to the CLA that are now apparently dead, as is a lot of documentation. This is NOT cool. Naming the orange button "try Jitsi" and not "try Jitsi Meet" is also neither cool nor reducing confusion.

Ingo

-----Original Message-----
From: users [mailto:users-bounces@jitsi.org] On Behalf Of Michael Hadjiosif
Sent: Sonntag, 4. Juni 2017 21:35
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: [jitsi-users] Links In GitHub Repo To Your Contributor License
Agreement Do Not Work
In your GitHub repository's "CONTRIBUTING.md" file, in the "Contributor
License Agreement" subsection (see here:
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md#contributor-
license-agreement), it says that you must sign either the 'corporation'
or 'individual' contributor license agreement before you can contribute,
and there are links to both the 'corporation' and 'individual' versions
of the license agreement (https://jitsi.org/ccla and
https://jitsi.org/icla, respectively). However, I clicked on both of
those links and got a "404 - Not Found" error page for both of them (see
attached screenshots). Please fix this links ASAP, as no one will be
able to sign the required agreement to contribute to your repository
until you do.

Since this bug is not really a bug with your software but rather a broken
link issue, should I still add this as an issue in your GitHub repository, or
will this be addressed without me having to create a GitHub issue?

    ~Michael

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