Whenever a person wants to contribute to a project that is sponsored or managed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the “Church”), the Church must obtain a license agreement that defines the Church’s rights to the person’s contributions. This protects both the Church and the contributor. Because this license is non-exclusive, it doesn’t prevent the contributor from using his or her contribution for other purposes as well. Once this agreement is signed, you will be able to contribute code, documentation, images, and participate in every way with the community projects sponsored by the Church.
Read the individual contributor's license agreement here.