[Esapi-user] [Esapi-dev] 2 ESAPI Bounties created on Bountysource
fcerullo at owasp.org
Mon Jan 26 11:03:14 UTC 2015
Great stuff guys... I would say for the time being, lets keep it simple
regarding participating rules.
- ESAPI project leaders (You & Chris) cannot claim the bounty.
- OWASP Global Board members and staff cannot claim the bounty.
- Everyone else is invited to participate and submit solutions.
On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 5:33 AM, Jeff Williams <
jeff.williams at aspectsecurity.com> wrote:
> Very cool. Thanks Kevin and Chris!
> From: Kevin Wall
> Date: Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 11:51 PM
> To: 'ESAPI-Developers', "Esapi-user at lists.owasp.org", Fabio Cerullo
> Subject: [Esapi-dev] 2 ESAPI Bounties created on Bountysource
> I just created a $200 bounty on Reference Implementation Extensibility
> a second one for $275 for
> Need Major Changes to Configuration Mechanism
> The first one expires in 6 months and the second one expires in 3 months
> (although if significant progress can be shown on either of these, I'd be
> willing to extend the times).
> If you have questions, on how to handle the bounties themselves,
> check out the Bountysource
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> If you have questions about the issues themselves either post
> your questions to the ESAPI Dev list or send them directly
> to me. (If they are questions about clarification, I'd prefer
> an open dialog on the ESAPI Dev mailing list.)
> Fabio, do you have anything to add, such as are there any
> restrictions as to who may participate, etc. (I suggest that
> at least you, Chris Schmidt, and myself should not be eligible
> to about any appearance of conflict of interest, but I'm not
> sure if we should have additional people excluded.)
> P.S.- Please help spread the word about this. Thanks.
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