[Owasp-board] [Governance] A Thought on Fund Request Transparency
tobias.gondrom at owasp.org
Sun Sep 6 19:54:36 UTC 2015
Hi Johanna, hi Noreen, Claudi, hi all,
wow you are a star. Amazing. That is what I call setting a shining
@Noreen, Claudia: could you link this from the community page as suggested?
And could you maybe prepare some page structure so that other chapters,
projects and initiatives can follow?
That would be wonderful.
On 06/09/15 20:17, johanna curiel curiel wrote:
> I have set the a total summary on the wiki about this activity
> including the results:
> Would it be possible to link that from the community page?
> Every activity with a budget higher that X amount (especially higher
> than USD5000-) should have breakdown and also it should show the
> results of it.
> Then we speak about transparency
> On Sun, Sep 6, 2015 at 1:15 PM, johanna curiel curiel
> <johanna.curiel at owasp.org <mailto:johanna.curiel at owasp.org>> wrote:
> Hi Josh , Tobias and all
> There are some of these data that are not correct or not updated.
> Also what we missed here is a breakdown on where did the money
> exactly go on for each initiative. Should we create a special
> category section of these breakdowns?
> What I would like to see is that when initiatives are launched,
> people take the time to write clear proposals with a breakdown
> budget. This makes it transparent
> And the end of the project a breakdown of the actual expenses
> should be provided ,and this hardly happens. I think each
> initiative leader should do this.
> I'll provide this for the QA testing when all projects were
> demoted to LAB on builds we did back in 2014
> The following allocation was /not/ used entirely for testing the
> Administration can verify this
> *_Original proposal:_*
> Community fund allocation as appears today. I would like to see
> this corrected
> June 5, 2014 Johanna Curiel Project Review Framework Beta
> ~$7,000 USD
> * Jira account has been donated by Atlassian (thanks to Norman Yue)
> * Ranorex Tool (1) license ==> USD 2,706.4(was donated by Ranorex)
> * 2 Virtual Servers(1 Linux/1 Windows) (Leaseweb) USD 130/server
> for 6 months period per server/ ==> USD 262,-
> * 1 tester @USD25/hour ==> Maximum hours 160==> Total USD 4,000-
> *Total budget: USD 6968.4,-*
> *_Actual budget used:_*
> * JIRA and Ranorex sponsored with license(no cost)
> * We hired one tester for only half the time we budget(attached
> break down of hours tested, we only use 98 hours) Attached
> hours testing the builds of projects by tester:
> * We had a VM machine with Jenkins/TeamCity server for a period
> of one year USD750 (setup by Jason Johnson)
> the end we used half of this budget
> Payment to tester (98 hours) = USD2450,-
> Payment VM machine Jenkings = USD750
> Paymnent VM machine for manual testing(Ranorex tool installed) =USD262
> *Total actually used:~USD3500*
> Every initiative should do this so it becomes transparent where
> did actually the money go and the community also knows.
> PROJECT SUMMIT ALLOCATIONS:
> *Project summit 2015 US:*
> Cost break down:
> *Project Summit breakdown EU 2015*
> March 3, 2015 Johanna Curiel Funding for Project Summit at
> AppSec-EU May 2015 $10,000 USD Foundation funded Project Support
> Cost breakdown
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