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How are the statistics about corporate contributions built?

asked 2015-04-11 02:54:42 -0500

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updated 2015-04-13 14:02:58 -0500

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After we sign up Corporate Contributor License Agreement (CCLA), how to make it relate to existing contributors? For example, why can't I find our company name in http://stackalytics.com or http://activity.openstack.org and https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Contr...

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answered 2015-04-13 14:07:01 -0500

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Keep in mind that the Corporate CLA is simply archived, it serves no other practical purpose: it is not used in Stackalytics or any other reporting tool. It is simply kept on record by the Foundation.

The Corporate Contributors wiki page is updated semi-regularly, so there is some delay between signing the CCLA and the appearance of the corporation's name on the wiki.

In order to find your company name on Stackalytics and OpenStack Activity Board, you have to instruct your employees to fill in their correct affiliation on their OpenStack ID profile. Keeping affiliation up to date is mandated by OpenStack Foundation bylaws for all Individual members. If their affiliation is correct and they have contributions accepted and merged in any of the tracked projects, the corporation's name will appear on the reporting tools.

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