A GitHub bot and digital signing would be a nice next step, it's a bit of a project though. Unless we require it for all submissions, we'd need some kind of policy defining the "trivial" cutoff, e.g. 10 lines or more.
Also signing the GPG signed CLA to the cla@ email might be less hassle for the board to receive and for most of current contributors to do, for example i couldn't sign in docusign for a few months without apparent reason using a gmail account, but maybe I'm the only person that was affected by that.
On Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 7:26:58 PM UTC+2, Carlton Gibson wrote:
Right now I just wanted to move it down the page.
By all means do so… I vaguely remember talking to Jacob when I saw him last and his stance on it was that we either do not need the CLA at all anymore or something like docusign would be enough. For instance Ansible has this https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/community/contributor_license_agreement.html and I am pretty sure Redhat had lawyers go over that…