The OpenDaylight Project has established policies governing the rights and use of intellectual property associated with the project. Below are pointers to the key materials that you may find pertinent to any questions regarding intellectual property policy.
- All inbound code requires a sign off by the developer of a Developer’s Certificate of Origin (DCO). This is the same DCO used by kernel.org for Linux. View the DCO text.
- Inbound Code Review Policy
- OpenDaylight Licensing FAQ
Outbound Code and Programs
- All Programs released by OpenDaylight will be released under the Eclipse Public License Version 1.0. You can obtain the full text of the license by clicking here.
- The OpenDaylight patent policy is to simply follow the terms of the EPL license.
- See the OpenDaylight licensing FAQ for more information.
- OpenDaylight has established a Trademark Policy to establish and set rules for using any OpenDaylight marks.
- Content that you find on this website, wikis, and associated materials therein are governed by the OpenDaylight.org Terms of Service.