[Owasp-website] Website Next Steps - Part 1
rory.mccune at owasp.org
Sun Sep 4 12:51:03 EDT 2011
Good plan, I'll send out a note to the leaders list now and see if there's
any good connections from that standpoint.
We could directly approach specific design companies, but I'm not really
sure how that would fit in with the RFO process...
On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 2:43 PM, Rohit Sethi <rklists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Rory, did you want me to send out the note to the leader's list? Any other
> ideas about how to get the word out?
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 9:21 AM, Rohit Sethi <rklists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In retrospect 99designs wasn't a particularly good idea - maybe we can use
>> it as a plan B if nothing else works out.
>> How about asking the leader's list to send out the RFO to each of the
>> chapters? Given that we're in web app sec business, we're probably 2 degrees
>> of separation from hundreds if not thousands of independent web app
>> development shops.
>> I imagine that setting time scales back is a relatively minor cost if it
>> mean the ability to review many candidates.
>> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 8:15 AM, Rory McCune <rory.mccune at owasp.org>wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> So I reckon we've had a decent wait for any more feedback on the next
>>> steps, time to get started.
>>> First one is publicising the RFO. We've had a couple of expressions of
>>> interest, but nothing too concrete as yet. A couple of avenues spring to
>>> 1)Recommendations - Does anyone on-list have anyone they'd recommend for
>>> this kind of work?
>>> 2)sites like 99designs.com (as suggested by Rohit) - I've not personally
>>> used these before, but happy to submit to them in principle. It occurs to
>>> me that there may be a clash on how they work with how we'd like to run this
>>> process, but until I have a concrete example, it's just a hunch.
>>> 3) publicising via blogs/twitter/etc - also could work.
>>> One slight challenge I'm aware of is that if we do too much of this, we
>>> could face a deluge of bids, which'll take a while to sort and likely push
>>> our timescales back..
>>> Owasp-website mailing list
>>> Owasp-website at lists.owasp.org
>> Rohit Sethi
>> SD Elements
>> twitter: rksethi
> Rohit Sethi
> SD Elements
> twitter: rksethi
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