|As per the Eclipse IP Policy,
the project verifies that:
|... that the about files and
use licenses are in place
|... all contributions (code,
documentation, images, etc) have been committed by individuals who are either
Members of the Foundation, or have signed the appropriate Committer
Agreement. In either case, these are individuals who have signed, and are
abiding by, the Eclipse IP Policy.
|... that all significant
contributions have been reviewed by the Foundation's legal staff.
|... that all non-committer
code contributions, including third-party libraries, have been documented in
the release and reviewed by the Foundation's legal staff
|... that all contribution
questionnaires have been completed
|The EMO explicitly asks
during the Release Review if any Member would like to assert that this
release infringes their IP rights. If so, the EMO and the project will follow
the Eclipse IP Policy in discussions with that Member.
|Reason: One of
the important benefits that the Eclipse Foundation provides for its members
is the consistent application of the Eclipse IP Policy which helps ensure
(but does not guarantee) that the framework and tools are useable in