Menpo Contributor Agreement
These terms apply to your contribution of materials to the Menpo project (“us”/”our”), and set out the intellectual property rights you grant to us in the contributed materials. If this contribution is on behalf of a company, the term “you” will also mean the company you identify below. If you agree to be bound by these terms, fill in the information requested below and provide your signature.
Read this agreement carefully before signing.
The term “contribution” means any source code, object code, patch, tool, sample, graphic, specification, manual, documentation, or any other material posted or submitted by you to the project.
With respect to any worldwide copyrights, or copyright applications and registrations, in your contribution:
With respect to any patents you own, or that you can license without payment to any third party, through this document you grant to us a perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, worldwide, no-charge, royalty-free license to:
Except as set out above, you keep all right, title, and interest in your contribution. The rights that you grant to us under these terms are effective on the date you first submitted a contribution to us, even if your submission took place before the date you sign these terms. Any contribution we make available under any license will also be made available under a Free Culture (as defined by http://freedomdefined.org) or Free Software/Open Source licence (as defined and approved by the Free Software Foundation or the Open Source Initiative).
With respect to your contribution, you represent that it is an original work and that you can legally grant the rights set out in these terms;
Any disputes concerning this agreement including the issue of its valid conclusion and its pre and past contractual effects are exclusively decided by the competent court in London, UK or, at our discretion, also by the competent court is whose district you may have your residence, your registered seat, an establishment or assets.
This agreement is based on version 1.5 of the Sun Contributor Agreement, which can be found at:
This document is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0