Before we can accept your contributions to Phabricator or other software maintained by Phacility, you need to sign this Contributor License Agreement.
This agreement is for individuals. If you are contributing on behalf of a corporation (for example, your employer), the company can sign the Phacility Corporate Contributor License Agreement instead.
This agreement protects Phacility and users of Phabricator by making sure we can distribute your contributions under an open source license. This agreement is substantially similar to the Apache Foundation Individual Contributor License Agreement.
To understand this CLA in more detail, learn about why we require it, and read more discussion of individual and corporate CLAs, see Understanding the Phacility CLA in the documentation.