[Global_education_committee] Invitation: GEC mee3ting @ Tue Jul 26 8pm - 9pm (global_education_committee at lists.owasp.org)

Jason Li jason.li at owasp.org
Tue Jul 26 21:24:46 EDT 2011


Christian,

I imagine the Global Education Committee has their own affairs to take
care of during their meetings.

I see that you are seeking the "endorsement" of the Global Education
Committee for an idea
(https://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/global_education_committee/2011-June/000899.html).

As an organization that is driven by the contributions of volunteers,
the OWASP community has always rallied behind people that have
produced something of significant value to OWASP and to application
security. Rather than spend time trying to get endorsements and buy-in
from various parties, the best OWASP contributors simply get to work
on their ideas and go produce something.

If someone has an idea, they should flesh out the idea and produce a
concrete, usable deliverable. If that deliverable has demonstrable
value, the community will undoubtedly recognize the effort. But an
effort that provides no value will not be recognized by
the community, even if it has been heavily endorsed by various
parties.

The OWASP CBT *Project* is a project run by its project leader, not by
the Education Committee. If there is a perceived shortcoming in any project,
anyone is welcome to create their own updated content to submit to the
current project leader. Or they can even produce another project entirely
in the same space. In other words, rather than spending time and effort
trying to get the endorsement of a committee, they would simply create
their own training module and share it with the community.

As always, content at OWASP is available under an open source license,
so someone could even build off of existing materials to produce their
own updated module (with proper attribution) to share with the community.

Producing something of value is the best way to gain recognition and
support within the OWASP community.

-Jason

On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 8:12 PM, Christian Heinrich
<christian.heinrich at owasp.org> wrote:
> Martin,
>
> Apologies I received this after I skimmed my @owasp e-mail yesterday.
>
> Can we schedule a discussion over Skype to discuss the PCI Project?
>
> My preferred day is Friday and therefore the preferred time would be
> your (Friday) morning which is my (Friday) afternoon?
>
> On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Martin Knobloch
> <martin.knobloch at owasp.org> wrote:
>>
>> more details »
>>
>> GEC mee3ting
>>
>> Members of the OWASP GEC,
>>
>> Our next meeting will be: 07-26-2011 @ 6pm GMT
>> The Dial in number: 1-866-534-4754
>>
>> Global Education Committee:
>> Guest Code: 891237
>>
>> Dail-in is free from the US and with Skype!
>>
>> When
>> Tue Jul 26 8pm – 9pm Amsterdam
>> Where
>> Online meeting (map)
>> Calendar
>> global_education_committee at lists.owasp.org
>> Who
>>>> martin.knobloch at owasp.org - organizer
>>>> Cecil Su
>>>> Anthony Gottlieb
>>>> Fabio Cerullo
>>>> Kuai Hinojosa
>>>> Carlos Serrão
>>>> Sebastien Gioria
>>>> Edwardo Neves
>>>> global_education_committee at lists.owasp.org
>>
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