Calderon, Juan Carlos (GE, Corporate, consultant)
juan.calderon at ge.com
Fri Sep 17 10:58:42 EDT 2010
I'd say get to an agreement and put it in paper, we need certainty on how much time this is going to last and commitment to respect that agreement.
I agree this is a very generous offer, I personally will give a big big "thanks" if it happens. but we should not neglect on the risk of a undefined term donation that might affect the "face" of OWASP to the world.
Juan C Calderon
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Subject: Re: [Owasp-leaders] Akamai
It would be an excellent move. What happens after the year ends?
Perhaps we should consider that before committing.
On 17 September 2010 01:28, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hello Leaders,
> I just got off the phone with Mike Smith from Akamai, and Akamai has offered to "Akamize" all of OWASP.org for a full year for free. This is normally about 60k/year.
> Starting next year, Akamai offered to trade a corporate membership for
> the years service. (They just became corporate members for this year,
> thanks guys!)
> This is a VERY big deal. There are no crazy strings attached. This will dramatically improve the response time and scalability capabilities of OWASP.org while dramatically reducing our bandwidth utilization.
> We should go for it in my opinion.
> PS: I am from Hawaii but I have no professional affiliation with Akamai in any way. I just had Andy on the podcast, that's it.
> -Jim Manico
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