[Owasp-board] For Discussion - Hourly contractor for wiki housekeeping
michael.coates at owasp.org
Tue Aug 4 17:52:51 UTC 2015
All great thing and I'd want to use the systems we have in place for sure.
My comment/idea is that we've tried to do this from a volunteer angle for
many years. Loe their effort and what they've done.
But, we need a bit more focus. Let's pay a few bucks and just get some
dedicated time on it for awhile.
Michael Coates | @_mwc <https://twitter.com/intent/user?screen_name=_mwc>
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On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 10:46 AM, Noreen Whysel OWASP <
noreen.whysel at owasp.org> wrote:
> There is a category called FIXME that the wiki editing project uses to tag
> content that have errors. I do not know how active that team is at the
> moment but we can use these tags to label pages with errors. It would be
> good to start with labeling tools we already have in place.
> I would actually be happy to run an editathon at AppSecUSA as part of my
> chapter leader workshop. I was hoping to find members of the wiki editing
> team to help out.
> Noreen Whysel
> Community Manager
> OWASP Foundation
> On Aug 4, 2015, at 1:26 PM, Michael Coates <michael.coates at owasp.org>
> Added as a board meeting topic (if necessary). Circulating for comment via
> Try as we might, we just haven't had enough volunteer focus on wiki
> upkeep. Wouldn't it be great to part with a few hundred dollars a month and
> have a wiki that is organized with tagging that indicates "hot content" or
> content that needs updating? That plus normal clean up of dead links,
> duplicate page flagging etc.
> This is a minuscule amount of funds towards the overall budget and would
> sure help with the delivery of information to the world. Would also help
> with volunteer engagement since they'd know what content needs attention.
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