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- Do not insert comments or add content that might not comply with these terms. Any infringing content will be subject to immediate removal
- In line with restrictions on the Broadband Forum’s ARO contribution site, auditing members have read-only access to pages and contributions and code posted on Confluence, JIRA and Bitbucket
What is a contribution?
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- The BBF plenary sessions
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- Any BBF Work Area or portion thereof
- Any Birds of a Feather (BOF) session
All BBF Contributions are subject to the rules of the BBF Bylaws, IPR policy and Policies & Procedures.
A participant in any BBF activity is deemed to accept all BBF rules of process, as documented in BBF Bylaws.
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