Contribution of Test Materials to W3C

How to Make a Contribution

Copy the text below, filling in your name, address, etc., and the description of the materials, and how they can be accessed, as indicated. Then send it by email to Alternatively, print out a filled-in copy, sign and date it and send it to the W3C, LCS, 200 Tech Square, Cambridge MA 02139, USA, attention Henry S. Thompson.

Either way, you will be contacted to confirm your contribution before it is downloaded.

1. The Contributor

Name:    _____________________________ [The Contributor]
Address: _____________________________
Phone:   _____________________________
E-mail:  _____________________________

2. The Contribution

The Contributor hereby makes certain materials, as described below, ('the Materials') available to the World Wide Web Consortium ('W3C') (MIT, INRIA, Keio) for use in supporting its activities. The Contributor hereby grants to the W3C a perpetual, nonexclusive, royalty-free, world-wide right and license under any owned copyrights in the Materials to copy, publish and distribute the Materials in whole or in part under the W3C Software License (19980720 [1]) and/or the W3C Document License (19990405 [2]), as well as a right and license of the same scope to any derivative works prepared by the W3C and based on, or incorporating all or part of the Materials.

The Contributor vouches that she/he has all rights necessary to contribute the Materials in a way that does not violate copyright, patent, and trademark rights, contractual obligations, or libel regulations.

The Contributor agrees that any derivative works of the Materials prepared by the W3C shall be solely owned by the W3C. The Contributor agrees that all contributed Materials when published or otherwise distributed by the W3C will be governed by the W3C Software or Document licenses (19980720 [1], 19990405 [2]) at the discretion of the W3C.

W3C will retain attribution of authorship to the Contributor. Whenever modifications are made to the Materials, this fact, and the nature of the modifications, will be clearly signalled in the distributed version thereof. The W3C makes no a-priori commitment to support or distribute the Materials.

3. The Materials

The materials covered by this agreement are as follows:

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They are available for access via the following method:

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4. The Licenses

[1] The W3C Software License may be found at

[2] The W3C Document License may be found at