The Dublin Core element used to designate the entity responsible for making contributions to the content of the resource. Examples of a Contributor include a person, an organization or a service. Typically, the name of a Contributor should be used to indicate the entity. See also section 4 of the Dublin Core Users Guide.
A contributor is able to perform work of use to a project or consolidation. The work performed include examples such as the creation or modification of code, the analysis of failures, the management of tools related to a project, the creation of architectural or specification documentation, and even the act of coordinating other contributor actions. The specific notion of a piece of work being contributory or not is left to the project or consolidation to decide. Projects concerned with communications, like an Advocacy Project, might consider an individual's active presence at a conference or other physical meeting as a contribution. The label of "Core Contributor" is associated with a Contributor who gives substantial direction to a project or consolidation. A Core Contributor would be expected to participate in all voting and dispute mechanisms.
Someone who makes consistent improvements to the entities under an ASF PMC, either code or documentation or otherwise. This does not, in and of itself, imply commit access, though frequent and valued contributors are readily voted on for such access.
Collaborateur The Dublin Core element used to designate the entity responsible for making contributions to the content of the resource. Examples of a Contributor include a person, an organization or a service. Typically, the name of a Contributor should be used to indicate the entity. Source: Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) – Glossary
In journalism, a patron of the waste-basket, who keeps the editors supplied with postage stamps which he thoughtfully encloses for the return of his rejected favors. Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce, The Enlarged Devil's Dictionary, s. v. Contributor
User who has the authority to add content to a WebDB site; that is, the Own, Manage Items, or Create With Approval privilege. Folder owners control which users can add items to a given folder. The site administrator can also allow public users to contribute news items to the site's home page, subject to approval by the news administrator.
Not everyone is able to add content to WISE. Whilst many areas of WISE are available "read only" to the public, you need to be a Contributor to add any form of content or participate in any form of online collaboration.
A person in whose name the insurance policy is held. A policy may have a number of persons covered. The four categories of contributor are: Single contributor: provides insurance for the contributor. A single contributor is counted as one SEU for statistical purposes. Family contributor: provides insurance for the contributor, one other adult, and one or more dependant children. Family contributors are counted as two SEUs. Couple contributor: provides insurance for the contributor and one other person who is not a dependant of the contributor. Couple contributors are counted as two SEUs. Single Parent contributor: provides insurance for the contributor and one or more dependant children. Single Parent contributors are counted as two SEUs. Health funds are not required to offer insurance in all categories.
Any candidate, individual, trust, partnership, committee, association, corporation, or any other organization or group of persons from which any cash, loan, or goods or services is received to support or oppose a candidate or proposition.
a risk professional who contributed two or more years insurance policy data (including effective and expiration dates, premiums, limits, retentions and insurer names), for two or more coverage types (e