[GPC] New leader for the OWASP .NET Project
dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Tue Feb 1 22:12:47 EST 2011
No worries Mark, it is always a challenge to balance life, work and owasp.
Daniel this means that you are the new OWASP .NET project leader, welcome
I'm CCing the GPC (Global Projects Committee) to let them know of this
Please fell free to make the required changes to this project's wiki pages,
and let's spend some time at the Summit to talk about it.
Btw, is there a working session on .Net at the Summit? If not we should have
one (maybe a time slot that fits Troy (from Australia))
On 2 Feb 2011, at 00:19, Mark Roxberry <mark.roxberry at owasp.org> wrote:
I am excited that Daniel is interested in the leadership role and will be
happy to step away to let him give it a go.
My current status is I am currently pulling 80 hr + weeks until April.
Trading time for money, but there is an end in sight.
I am not planning to go to the OWASP Summit in person due to my schedule,
but am considering the remote participation option. What training or
informational resources does OWASP have for Mobile development? I have 2
clients now where we are developing Android applications and have a
prospective client that wants a Windows Phone 7 application. I've been
tasked to do access control / identity stuff and there is a huge gap in
resources. Something to talk about in a few months?
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 6:18 AM, dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hi Mark
> Daniel (CCed) is interested in joining the leadership of the OWASP .NET
> Project, are you ok with that?
> Also what is your current status? Do you still have cycles to be there?
> Btw, are you planning to go to the OWASP Summit<http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Summit_2011>
> Dinis Cruz
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