Node.js Eliminates Contributor License Agreements

Node.js Eliminates Contributor License Agreements

The Node.js project has announced that it will now longer require developers who submit code to the project to sign contributor license agreements (CLA). In the past, this requirement deterred some enterprise application development pros from participating because ?it could involve a long conversation with your legal department to ultimately contribute typo corrections,? explained Node.js core lead TJ Fontain.

Node.js is a scalable platform that allows developers to write server-side applications in JavaScript. It’s available under the open source MIT license.

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