Terms of Use/Phabricator

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The Terms of Use for Wikimedia Foundation Projects govern your use of phabricator.wikimedia.org. In addition:

  1. Code to Which You Hold the Copyright: When you submit software source code, or other material intended for inclusion in software (such as documentation or translations), to which you hold the copyright, you agree to license it under the GNU General Public License (version 2.0 or any later version). The only exception is if the software to which you are contributing requires a different license. In that case, you agree to license any text you contribute under that particular license. For example, at the publication of this version of the phabricator Terms of Use, Visual Editor is licensed under the MIT license, so if you make contributions to Visual Editor through this site, you agree to license those contributions under the MIT license.
  2. Importing Code: You may import source code that you have found elsewhere or that you have co-authored with others, but in such case you warrant that the source code is available under terms that are compatible with the GNU General Public License version 2.0 (or, as explained above, another license when exceptionally required by that software).
  3. Etiquette: You are expected to follow the guidelines to ensure that Phabricator is a productive and collaborative environment for managing bug reports and feature requests.