We recently updated the Mozilla Committer’s Agreement, and are looking to get current contributors to sign the new version. One important change is that it’s now a real agreement with an actual legal entity – the Mozilla Foundation.
So all Firefox Summit attendees who have CVS, SVN or Hg accounts (which will be most of you) will be asked to sign the new Committer’s Agreement during the Summit registration process. (This is because it’s a very convenient time to catch people.) You will be asked to sign it even if you have not signed the old agreement; we have decided that it’s best if everyone with a source control account completes one.
Everyone else, feel free to review the agreement but please wait before submitting forms. In a month or two we hope to have an electronic system which will make this easier for everyone involved. (If this doesn’t pan out, we’ll fall back to paper, but for now, hold your fire.)