[Global_education_committee] OWASP London Training Course

Paulo Coimbra paulo.coimbra at owasp.org
Tue May 18 12:23:30 EDT 2010

Hello James,


Hope you are well. I am writing to inform that the ‘OWASP projects and
resources you can use TODAY’ course’s line-up has been finished and to check
if you still plan to deliver the DirBuster module.




If you confirm your presence, as we are counting on, would you mind filling
in ASAP your wiki account with your personal data? We usually provide email
address, brief resume/cv and wiki contributions.

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Also, could you please upload your presentation? I thank you in advance.


Best regards,


Paulo Coimbra,

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


From: paulo coimbra [mailto:paulo.coimbra at owasp.org] 
Sent: terça-feira, 6 de Abril de 2010 20:52
To: Sittinglittleduck
Cc: Dinis Cruz; Justin Clarke; Colin Watson
Subject: Re: OWASP London Training Course


Hello James,

I thank your positive answer. I’ve changed our course line-up so as to
reflect your availability. 

On another note, I ask if you mind filling in your wiki account with your
personal data. We usually provide email address, brief resume/cv and wiki

link=1> &action=edit&redlink=1

As for your remaining questions, I let them for the other people involved in
this thread. I am almost sure one of them will step in, otherwise I will
return to you.

Paulo Coimbra 

On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 2:21 PM, Sittinglittleduck
<james at sittinglittleduck.com> wrote:

Finally work have got back to me, the may date is all good.


I'm looking forward to it, it also gives a kick up the ass to finally finish
1.0 of dirbuster which I have been sat on for far to long.


With regards to the talk it's self, I had invisagened going over how to use
dirbuster and talking about the methods it uses etc.  Is that what you guys
had in mind?


Also do you want me to limit my talk to stricly to dirbuster?  Skipfish
added some new ideas into this area, as well as the guy who writes
netsparker ( who is also a owasp project lead).




On 31 Mar 2010, at 16:54, "Paulo Coimbra" <paulo.coimbra at owasp.org> wrote:

Dear James,


Do you already have any updates on your availability to be with us in May?


Many thanks, best regards,


Paulo Coimbra,

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


From: Sittinglittleduck [mailto:james at sittinglittleduck.com] 
Sent: sábado, 27 de Março de 2010 11:13
To: <paulo.coimbra at owasp.org>
Subject: Re: OWASP London Training Course


Hi paulo


I'm more than willing to help, but of couse I need to get work to agree to
release me for the day.  I know that the first date April 16, I will not be
able to attend as we have our bi-anual internal company training day.  I
will find out about the second date, on Monday.




On 26 Mar 2010, at 22:56, "Paulo Coimbra" <paulo.coimbra at owasp.org> wrote:

Hello Fabio, Matteo, Alessio, James, Yannis, Eoin, 


Hope you all are well. I am writing you to inform the OWASP London Chapter
and the OWASP Connections Committee are jointly organizing a pilot OWASP
Training Course and to invite you to join the efforts to make this event




A few of you have already been preliminary contacted and so the following
information may be redundant. I apologise for this but this communication
approach seemed the best way to make sure everybody is in the same page. 


So, to begin with, this event is our first attempt to institutionalize an
OWASP training model.  In conceptual terms, we are proposing a Chapters
driven model with local Chapter organization in which the courses are free
for OWASP members, the contents are OWASP projects focused and the costs are
supported by a mix of funding i.e. local chapter budget, external
sponsorship, trainers sponsorship i.e. trip and/or accommodation paid by
themselves and local chapter members’ sponsorship i.e. taking trainers in as


That being said, we precise the scope of your invitation by asking whether
or not you have the will and the spare cycles to give us a hand to deliver
this course by acting as a trainer. We have already designed the course
structure and we have taken the liberty of pointing out your name as a
potential trainer for a specific OWASP document or tool. Hence, I ask you to
please let me know both if you accept the challenge and if you are
comfortable with the area of expertise we selected for you to teach. 


Also, to those of you that are planning a positive answer to the previous
questions, I ask you to fill in all empty fields related with the module in
which you are being mentioned as trainer.  


Additionally, in terms of financial framework, in accordance with what is
above being said, the OWASP London Chapter will assume the flight cost
incurred by those of you that don’t have London residence and will find out
an OWASP London Chapter Member to host you - Dinis is already volunteering
to receive two of you and we are sure that another host will be found if


For now that’s all. I thank you for reading this long text. Please drop me a
line as soon as possible and don’t hesitate to get back to me if you feel I
can clarify anything less clear in our current invitation.


Looking to hearing from you soon. 


Many thanks, best regards,


Paulo Coimbra,

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


Paulo Coimbra,
OWASP Project Manager

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