Guidelines for the presentation of STF/TTF activity
Copyright and confidentiality clauses
The following text is part of the contract for STF/TTF experts:
"ETSI owns the copyright to the text, graphics, figures, tables and other content of standards and other publications and software development resulting from work done by the experts under STF/TTF contract."
"The expert shall not make use of nor divulge to third parties any facts, information, knowledge, documents or other matters communicated to him/her during his/her participation to the STF/TTF, nor any result which is not available publicly or intended to become available publicly, even after the conclusion of the STF/TTF, without the preliminary explicit authorization of the ETSI Secretariat."
This page provides the necessary information on the process to obtain the preliminary authorization from ETSI to make publicly available material produced in the frame of the STF/TTF activity.
Reproduction of elements from ETSI documents (copyright notification)
Abstracts from ETSI documents (text and figures) may be reproduced in the context of articles, WEB pages, presentations, by adding the copyright notification and making explicit reference to ETSI, the RB, the STF/TTF and the funding source, if different from the ETSI budget (e.g. EC/EFTA, Members). If applicable (e.g. for articles), information about ETSI and funding partners must be added.
The following text must be used for the copyright notification:
© European Telecommunications Standards Institute, yyyy. All rights reserved.
No part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission. The copyright and the foregoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.
For particular cases (e.g. a figure), only the first line may be used.
Publication of STF/TTF WEB pages on the ETSI Portal
The ETSI Secretariat provides the service to publish WEB pages with information on the STF/TTF activity.
Since these pages are accessible from the WEB, the content must be reviewed and endorsed by the RB Chair, and approved by the ETSI Secretariat, prior to publication. The STF/TTF Leader will provide the content of the page to STFLINK. The ETSI Secretariat will publish the page after receiving the agreement of the RB Chair.
The following text may be used, whenever required to clarify the provisional nature of the information presented:
- This is (an abstract from) a working document.
- This information is based upon STF/TTFxxx working assumptions. The views expressed do not necessarily represent the position of ETSI in this context.
This PowerPoint template must be used for the presentations.
The official ETSI logo must be used, according to the ETSI Brand Guidelines.
Information about ETSI and funding partners
The following text must appear at the bottom of written documents:
ETSI produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies and is officially recognized by the European Commission as a European Standards Organization. ETSI is a not-for-profit organization whose Member Organizations benefit from direct participation and are drawn from countries worldwide. For more information, please visit: www.etsi.org
About ETSI Specialist Task Forces (STF/TTF):
STF/TTFs are teams of highly-skilled experts working together over a pre-defined period to draft an ETSI standard under the technical guidance of an ETSI Technical Body and with the support of the ETSI Secretariat. The task of the STF/TTFs is to accelerate the standardization process in areas of strategic importance and in response to urgent market needs. For more information, please visit the STF/TTF home page
and, for STF/TTFs funded by EC/EFTA:
The work carried out here is co-financed by the EC/EFTA in response to the EC’s ICT Standardisation Work Programme.