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 +**So you want to become part of The Global Ability Initiative - We appreciate the thought very much.**
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 +Like any project there are a few formalities that need to be in place, but they are few and palatable.
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 +In order to secure our project for the future, we choose to develop under a FOSS license. In order to avoid confusion we need developers and volunteers to grant the project the rights to said code, ideas etc. please see our [[http://globability.org/download/gca.zip|GCA]] for further information.
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 +If you can agree to the contents of the [[general_cooperation_agreement|GCA]] then [[general_contact_form|click here]] to fill in a formal application.
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 +Once your formal application has been accepted. you will get access to the development area where you can choose to participate in the continued development of The Global Ability Initiative. 
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 +<fc #ff0000>NOTICE: In order to get access to the submission form you need to create a wiki login, this is due to SPAM prevention measures.</fc>
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 +We look forward to see your application.
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