HTTP-Parser Contributor License Agreement ("Agreement")

Thank you for your interest in the HTTP-Parser
(http://github.com/ry/http-parser),
an open source project being administered by Joyent Inc,
doing business as HTTP-Parser ("HTTP-Parser"). The form of
license below is a document that clarifies the terms under
which You, the person listed below, may contribute software,
bug fixes, configuration changes, documentation, or any
other materials that you send to us related to the project
(each a "Contribution") to the project. We appreciate your
participation in our project, and your help in improving the
project, so we want you to understand what will be done with
the Contributions. This license is for your protection as
well as the protection of HTTP-Parser and its licensees; it
does not change your rights to use your own Contributions
for any other purpose. Please complete the following
information about you and the Contributions and send us an
original signed Agreement at

Joyent, Inc
345 California Street, Suite 2000
San Francisco, CA 94104
U.S.A.

Scanned agreements may also be emailed in PDF format to
ryan@joyent.com. You should also keep a copy for your own
records.

If you have questions about these terms, please contact us
at ryan@joyent.com.


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Mailing Address: ___________________________________________

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Telephone: _________________________________________________

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<h3>Corporate Contributions:</h3>

If you are employed as a software engineer, or if your
employer is in the business of developing software, or
otherwise may claim rights in the Contributions, please
provide information about your employer's policy on
contributing to open source projects, including the name of
the supervisor to contact in connection with such
contributions:

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<h3>You and HTTP-Parser agree:</h3>

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<li>You grant us the ability to use the Contributions in any
way. You hereby grant to HTTP-Parser, a non-exclusive,
irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicenseable,
transferable license under all of Your relevant intellectual
property rights (including copyright, patent, and any other
rights), to use, copy, prepare derivative works of,
distribute and publicly perform and display the
Contributions on any licensing terms, including without
limitation: (a) open source licenses like the GNU General
Public License (GPL), the GNU Lesser General Public License
(LGPL), the Common Public License, or the Berkeley Software
Distribution license (BSD); and (b) binary, proprietary, or
commercial licenses. Except for the licenses granted
herein, You reserve all right, title, and interest in and to
the Contribution.

<li>You are able to grant us these rights. You represent
that You are legally entitled to grant the above license.
If Your employer has rights to intellectual property that
You create, You represent that You have received permission
to make the Contributions on behalf of that employer, or
that Your employer has waived such rights for the
Contributions.

<li>The Contributions are your original work. You represent
that the Contributions are Your original works of
authorship, and to Your knowledge, no other person claims,
or has the right to claim, any right in any invention or
patent related to the Contributions. You also represent
that You are not legally obligated, whether by entering into
an agreement or otherwise, in any way that conflicts with
the terms of this license. For example, if you have signed
an agreement requiring you to assign the intellectual
property rights in the Contributions to an employer or
customer, that would conflict with the terms of this
license.

<li>We determine the code that is in our project. You
understand that the decision to include the Contribution in
any project or source repository is entirely that of HTTP-Parser,
and this agreement does not guarantee that the Contributions
will be included in any product.

<li>No Implied Warranties. HTTP-Parser acknowledges that, except
as explicitly described in this Agreement, the Contribution
is provided on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR
CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTIES OR
CONDITIONS OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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Date: ______________________________________________________
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