[GPC] Your project - OWASP WSFuzzer Project - has been identified as INACTIVE - Action is required!

Paulo Coimbra paulo.coimbra at owasp.org
Fri May 15 12:47:26 EDT 2009

Hello Andres,


Do you require any assistance to try and find the second reviewer? I’ve seen
the first one, Achim Hoffmann, hasn’t performed his review yet. Are you
still counting on him? If you like, I can give him a little heads-up. 


Thanks, regards,


Paulo Coimbra,

 <https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Main_Page> OWASP Project Manager


From: li.jason.c at gmail.com [mailto:li.jason.c at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Jason
Sent: sábado, 9 de Maio de 2009 03:25
To: Andres Andreu
Cc: paulo.coimbra at owasp.org; Global Projects Committee
Subject: Re: [GPC] Your project - OWASP WSFuzzer Project - has been
identified as INACTIVE - Action is required!




It's not our intention to retire active projects, but we don't have any
record of the self update being completed (see:

lM2clkwRVE6MA> &formkey=cEp6TlUxeU5KZDdWQkgxYlM2clkwRVE6MA..



Please complete this self update form so we know where the project stands.




-Jason Li-

-jason.li at owasp.org-




On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 6:48 PM, Andres Andreu <andres at neurofuzz.com> wrote:

> Hmmmm, not sure why my project would be identified as such. I 

> performed the first self assessment but havent been able to get 

> external assessments of the project. There was a software release not 

> too long ago and one coming soon. We actively work the code base (with 

> me leading it) and so from my perspective the project is far from

> If you choose to retire it from an OWASP perspective do let me know as 

> it will not be retired from my perspective. Moreover the sourceforge 

> code base will stay alive since we still actively develop it. But I 

> have many references to the project at OWASP and so I wil have to 

> change all of those if you all decide to retire it.




> Best Regards to you all,

> Andres Andreu, CISSP-ISSAP, GSEC

> Author of "Professional Pen Testing for Web Applications" ISBN 

> 0471789666 See one of my articles in Hakin9 Magazine

> - http://hakin9.org/prt/view/latest-issue/issue/639.html





> On May 8, 2009, at 4:45 PM, Paulo Coimbra wrote:


> Hello Andres Andreu,


> Hope you are well.


> As you may know, the OWASP Global Projects Committee is undertaking 

> the task of improving the OWASP Project structure

> -https://www.owasp.org/index.php/GPC_Project_Surveys_2009 - which 

> includes identifying orphaned projects.


> In this context, the project owner(s) for each OWASP Project have been 

> asked several times to complete a self update on the status of their 

> projecthttps://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pJzNU1yNJd7VBH1bS6rY0EQ

> &hl=en and, as far as I can see, you haven’t answered yet.


> Thus, please clarify:


> 1. Are you currently

> leading the

> If not, can you provide the name of the new lead?


> 2. Do you or the new lead require assistance either with the technical 

> aspects of your project, or with leading it?


> Please note that the Global Projects Committee will determine very 

> shortly whether a project should be archived and retired or put up for


> I thank you in advance.


> Best regards,


> Paulo Coimbra,

> OWASP Project Manager


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> 2009




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