CUBRID Contributor Agreements
In order to clarify the intellectual property license granted with contributions from any person or entity, each contributor must indicate an agreement to the terms below by completing and signing the Individual Contributor License Agreement (ICLA) for individuals and Corporate Contributor License Agreement (CCLA) for legal entity; and returning it to the CUBRID Foundation, LLC.
If you accept and agree to the following terms and conditions for your present and future contributions submitted to CUBRID Foundation, fill in the agreement requested below and provide your signature. Please read the agreement carefully before signing and keep a copy for your records.
Contributor License Agreements
The purpose of this agreement is to clearly define the terms under which intellectual property has been contributed to the CUBRID Foundation and thereby allow us to defend the project should there be a legal dispute regarding the software at some future time.
For individual contributor, an ICLA (Individual Contributor License Agreement) should be completed, signed, and submitted via email:
- ICLA: Individual Contributor License Agreement [download]
For corporate contributor, a CCLA (Corporate Contributor License Agreement) should be completed, signed, and submitted via email:
- CCLA: Corporate Contributor License Agreement [download]
Submitting License Agreements and Grants
ICLA/CCLA must be submitted by email and signed by hand. Postal mail hard copy and fax are not supported. When submitting by email, please fill the form with a pdf viewer, then print, sign, scan all pages into a single pdf file, and attach the pdf file to an email to legal at cubrid.org. We do not accept Zip files or other archives. We do not accept links to files; the files must be attached to the mail. Please note that typing your name in the field at the bottom of the document is not signing, regardless of the font that is used. Signing is one of writing your signature by hand on a printed copy of the document. Unsigned documents will not be accepted.