[Owasp-leaders] title suggestion to differentiate OWASP board from local chapter level
caughron at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 13:06:53 EDT 2011
Perhaps this can help:
Instead of "board member" as a title for the chapters, another title
might be helpful to differentiate. Here for the Kansas city chapter,
I use the "volunteer leader" title to indicate what I do to organize
the meetings, and run local advocacy efforts around software security.
So far as I can tell, there is no confusion created by this
designation and the word "volunteer" helps people to clue in to what
sort of thing OWASP is.
Obviously, people from both OWASP board and local chapters make all
sorts of phenomenal contributions, and the goal here is to
respectfully title each type of contribution.
Kansas City OWASP chapter volunteer leader
cell: (408) 910-1266
On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 6:53 PM, Rex Booth <rex.booth at owasp.org> wrote:
> I know Tom Ryan, but I'm not going to weigh in on his activities
> regarding occupy wall street, though I will say he's no stranger to
> However, I do agree that there are numerous people who say they're on
> the board of OWASP when the truth is that they're on the board of a
> local chapter. I think the use of a board structure at the local
> chapter level is typically excessive and, at best, leads to confusion
> about the scope of individual roles within OWASP or, at worst, provides
> cover for disingenuous statements and innuendo.
> In this case, to my knowledge, Tom is on the board of the NYC chapter.
> On 10/16/2011 7:42 PM, Chris Schmidt wrote:
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>> I don't know who the hell Thomas Ryan is, but I am pretty sure he is not
>> a board member for OWASP as he claims in this article on Gawker. I think
>> we need to issue a statement from the organization expressing this.
>> Jeff Walton (ESAPI-C++) brought this to my attention. Regardless of how
>> *anyone* in this organization feels about OccupyWallStreet - aligning
>> the organization with either side is a really bad idea for numerous
>> obvious reasons.
>> This article has gotten a *ton* of publicity - can we draft a response
>> to Gawker ASAP?
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