[GPC] Draft of an assessment criteria 2.0 diagram
Leonardo Cavallari Militelli
leonardocavallari at gmail.com
Sat Oct 3 21:23:31 EDT 2009
Cool. I`ve been wondering about that, and I believe we should have this
"certified" concept within OWASP.
This could permit OWASP to certify a non-OWASP project that just joined our
community (i.e: Joomla vulnerability Scanner).
What you guys think?
On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 6:49 PM, Pravir Chandra <chandra at owasp.org> wrote:
> Thanks, Leo! Great suggestion for using the word 'Certified' instead.
> I'll make that change for the next version.
> Once we're settled on edits, I can send out the originals so we can
> get volunteers to make a bunch of translations.
> On 10/3/09, Leonardo Cavallari Militelli <leonardocavallari at gmail.com>
> > Hi Pravir,
> > This is something very impressive and much more "intelligible" than a
> > document. Well done!
> > I would say that maybe we could change the "approval" designation between
> > levels 2 and 3 for "Certified". It seems to me that the word "approval"
> > means that OWASP is not giving that importance to the project before it
> > there, what is not true. While Certified would mean that the project
> reach a
> > very good stage to a point that OWASP speaks for it.
> > Nothing more to add up. Nice art workl!
> > Best,
> > Leo
> > On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Pravir Chandra <chandra at owasp.org>
> >> Hey Guys.
> >> It took me a little longer than expected, but here's a diagram meant to
> >> illustrate the assessment criteria process. I've got it all in layered
> >> vector, so we can break it up into pieces for individual wiki pages, and
> >> do
> >> lots of remixing pretty easily.
> >> Take a look and we can discuss on the Monday GPC call (though I might
> >> a conflict since I'm traveling, so email feedback is good too). I took a
> >> few
> >> liberties in naming and arrangement, so please let me know if I screwed
> >> anything up.
> >> Thanks.
> >> p.
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