[Owasp-board] SPI OWASP Membership
dave.wichers at owasp.org
Tue Jan 30 23:20:03 UTC 2007
A nit, but I don't think we should list them as a member until they actually
pay their membership fee. And I think we should use words like, SPI has
pledged $9K for the SpoC project .
From: owasp-board-bounces at lists.owasp.org
[mailto:owasp-board-bounces at lists.owasp.org] On Behalf Of Dinis Cruz
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 6:16 PM
To: Michael Sutton
Cc: owasp-board at lists.owasp.org
Subject: Re: [Owasp-board] SPI OWASP Membership
I had a cold and fever for the past couple days which affected my schedule.
Regarding the questions on your email:
* I sent the email to the owasp board and there where no major issues
* Regarding the payment in Q2, this is not a common practice, but it
has been accepted.
* So here are the main points:
* SPI to become an OWASP member allocating its membership fees to the
OWASP SiteGenerator Project
* This 'money allocation' will be mentioned in the OWASP Membership
drive and in the OWASP SpoC (Spring of Code)
* SPI commits to pay the $9000 membership fees in the 1st of April (or
* SPIs logo will be added to the others on OWASP home page and
Membership page before SpoC anoucement
* SPI is free to issue a press release about this (but the owasp-board
would like to have a read of it before it is published)
regarding the timelines I think that we are looking at the week of Feb 12th
for the SpoC anoucement (with the membership drive a couple days or 1 week
Chief OWASP Evangelist, Are you a member yet?
On 1/30/07, Michael Sutton <msutton at spidynamics.com> wrote:
If I remember correctly, I believe that you were planning to launch the
membership drive on Feb. 1st so I just wanted to make sure that this message
didn't fall through the cracks.
From: Michael Sutton
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 3:29 PM
To: Dinis Cruz (dinis at ddplus.net)
Subject: SPI OWASP Membership
Thanks for taking the time to speak with me the other day. I just had a good
talk with Tracy Simmons, VP of Marketing regarding having SPI Dynamics
become a vendor member of OWASP. She agreed that OWASP is an important
industry initiative that we need to do more to support it. I let her know
about the membership drive that you will be launching and how new members
will have the option of ear marking their membership fees to certain
projects. We both agreed that the Site Generator project would be a perfect
fit for SPIs contribution. She would like to take you up on your offer to
mention SPI becoming a member and tying its membership fees to the Site
Generator project when you announce the new membership drive. Given that she
hasn't budgeted for the $9,000 membership fee that became an important
selling point so I'd certainly appreciate any mention of SPI as it will only
help me to secure further SPI support in the future.
Tracy has also asked if we could agree to become members now, so that we can
be mentioned during the membership drive and have our corporate logo added
to the OWASP member list but make payment of the $9,000 at the beginning of
Q2. This is necessary as she does not have the available marketing funds in
the Q1 budget. SPI would of course be willing to provide you with whatever
is necessary to ensure that you're comfortable that payment is agreed to in
Q2. Tracy also wanted to clarify the date when you will be announcing the
new membership drive and if know you would be comfortable having SPI issue a
press release announcing our support for OWASP?
Thanks Dinis, I look forward to building a stronger relationship between SPI
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