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56 56  ==== **__Pre-requisites for developers/engineers to contribute code to CAF__** ====
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58 -Contributing members should ensure they adhere to open source [[best practice guidelines, >>https://www.linuxfoundation.org/resources/open-source-guides/]][[license compliance>>https://compliance.linuxfoundation.org/references/compliance-related-publications]] and [[code review >>https://www.linuxfoundation.org/using-open-source-code/]] to ensure the quality, consistency and appropriate due diligence of open source software code being committed to CAF. It is considered good practice to establish a relationship with a Trusted Advisor or Compliance Officer, possibly within your developer community or company, who would be responsible to ensure open source software compliance prior to committing code to CAF.
58 +Contributing members should ensure they adhere to open source [[best practice guidelines, >>https://www.linuxfoundation.org/resources/open-source-guides/]][[license compliance, >>https://compliance.linuxfoundation.org/references/compliance-related-publications]][[export control >>https://www.codeaurora.org/about/legal-information]] and [[code review >>https://www.linuxfoundation.org/using-open-source-code/]] to ensure the quality, consistency and appropriate due diligence of open source software code being committed to CAF. It is considered good practice to establish a relationship with a Trusted Advisor or Compliance Officer, possibly within your developer community or company, who would be responsible to ensure open source software compliance prior to committing code to CAF.
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60 60  You must be a [[member>>https://www.codeaurora.org/about/join-code-aurora-forum||rel="__blank"]] to create CAF projects and commit code to CAF. Approved developers and release engineers should [[register and create an account>>https://identity.codeaurora.org/user/register||rel="__blank"]] only after they have reviewed open source best practice guidelines. Note: please work with your company's Trusted Advisor or Compliance Officer to confirm approval //before// registering.
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