Supporting Testimonial Statements in W3C Press Releases
The Communications Team often invites the Membership to include
supporting testimonials in
W3C press releases.
Testimonials are not translated by W3C, but submission of
testimonials in multiple languages is welcome. Submitted testimonials
are subject to approval by the Head of W3C Communications.
Please send draft testimonials, and any related question you have, to email@example.com.
A testimonial must
- contain a statement of support for the W3C and the technology we are
promoting in this release;
- be grammatically correct;
- be attributed to an individual in the submitter's organization (name,
A testimonial should
- contain an explanation of why the news is important to the Web or to
specific communities, extolling the virtues and features not before
- include a commitment for support of the spec in existing or future
products and/or services.
A testimonial may
- include product announcements which support the technology now or plans
to support later;
- be in a language other than English.
A testimonial must not
- criticize other products or services;
- exceed 100 words.
 Note on word vs
characters count: to help with counting non-Latin words used in
certain languages, please use the following guidelines:
- 100 English words =
- 170-210 Chinese characters
- 200-250 Japanese characters
- 120-130 Arabic words
- 80-100 Korean characters
Questions? Coralie Mercier <firstname.lastname@example.org>