diff --git a/www/conservancy/static/members/apply/index.html b/www/conservancy/static/members/apply/index.html index 8282d19020a6bb8d6adff4a0b7dc399ee1364785..dee01ea6906f0da2d103c29c68d9a4824606c304 100644 --- a/www/conservancy/static/members/apply/index.html +++ b/www/conservancy/static/members/apply/index.html @@ -31,31 +31,51 @@
In order to join, projects need to meet certain criteria, including the -requirement that the project be exclusively devoted to the development of -FLOSS and that it be consistent with the Conservancy's tax-exempt purposes -and the financial requirements imposed by the IRS. Most FLOSS projects -will meet these requirements.- -
Additionally, the project must be licensed in a way fitting with - software freedom principles. Specifically, all software of the project - should be licensed under a license that is listed both as - a Free Software - license by the Free Software Foundation and as - an Open Source - license by the Open Source Initiative. All software documentation - for the project should be licensed under a license on the preceding - lists, or under Creative - Commons' CC-By-SA - or CC-By or - CC-0.- -
While any project licensed under FLOSS licenses can apply, the - Conservancy seeks in particular projects that are well-established and - have some track record of substantial contributions from a community of - volunteer developers. The Conservancy does gives higher priority to - projects that have an established userbase and interest, but also tries - to accept some smaller projects with strong potential.+
In order to join, projects need to meet certain criteria. A rough + outline of those criteria are as follows:+
While any project meeting the criteria above can apply, meeting these + criteria don't guarantee acceptance of your project. The Conservancy + favors projects that are well-established and have some track record of + substantial contributions from a community of volunteer developers. + Furthermore, the Conservancy does gives higher priority to projects that + have an established userbase and interest, but also tries to accept some + smaller projects with strong potential.