[Owasp-board] France Chapter
matt.tesauro at owaspfoundation.org
Wed Mar 13 18:40:37 UTC 2019
Sorry for the delayed reply - retiring Mailman is consuming most of my time
recently and that's the primary focus of most of my work recently.
>From this email thread, I understood that you'd be working with Dawn on the
> In the meantime, please work with Dawn to get a new chapter created. Just
recently we updated our policy and now name new chapters for the cities or
metropolitan areas where they most commonly meet. Newer members were
confused with a country-wide chapter naming strategy when there might be
leaders interested in starting chapters in say Lyon, Nice, and Paris.
So as I understand things, I'm waiting on you and Dawn.
-- Matt Tesauro
Director of Community and Operations
matt.tesauro at owaspfoundation.org
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On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 10:38 AM sebastien gioria <seb at gioria.org> wrote:
> Thanks Matt
> Will the list be moved to Google group?
> sent from mobile
> Le 6 mars 2019 17:23, Matt Tesauro <matt.tesauro at owaspfoundation.org> a
> écrit :
> The owasp-france Mailman list on lists.owasp.org has been restored and
> tested to confirm its working - see attached.
> It will continue to work until March 22nd when Mailman will be retired.
> -- Matt Tesauro
> *OWASP Foundation*
> Director of Community and Operations
> matt.tesauro at owaspfoundation.org
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> On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 6:11 PM Mike McCamon <
> mike.mccamon at owaspfoundation.org> wrote:
>> Good news. Before noon tomorrow US Central lime, Matt will restore the
>> historical France Chapter mailing list for use until our mailman migration
>> which is planned for March 22nd.
>> In the meantime, please work with Dawn to get a new chapter created. Just
>> recently we updated our policy and now name new chapters for the cities or
>> metropolitan areas where they most commonly meet. Newer members were
>> confused with a country-wide chapter naming strategy when there might be
>> leaders interested in starting chapters in say Lyon, Nice, and Paris.
>> Have a great week.
>> Mike McCamon
>> Interim Executive Director, OWASP
>> o +1.781.876.6253 | m: +1.408.430.2767
>> On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 11:39 AM Mike McCamon <
>> mike.mccamon at owaspfoundation.org> wrote:
>>> Mr. Gioria,
>>> I am the new Interim Executive Director of OWASP. The Foundation has
>>> standards to define "chapter activity" and Dawn is charged with
>>> administering those standards.
>>> Firstly, I must say it is unacceptable for you to make such a personal
>>> attack on a staff member or any other person in the OWASP community. Please
>>> maintain a level of professional decorum and help us focus on creating a
>>> thriving community. You may be frustrated, but personal attacks on a
>>> person's character and/or harsh sarcasm will not be tolerated.
>>> Next, I would prefer in the future you reach out to me for resolution on
>>> matters like this rather than reaching out to the entire Board. Their role
>>> is of close oversight and strategic direction so while we need to "get this
>>> right," I'm not sure you've taken the shortest path to resolution. Like
>>> you, they are quite busy with their day jobs in addition to the volunteer
>>> service they donate to OWASP.
>>> Some chapter leaders do not understand our rationale for requiring event
>>> plans and history be published on our website. It is quite simple. Each
>>> year the Foundation hosts over six million visitors to our website (over
>>> 160,000 from France alone) and it's our aim to connect those visitors with
>>> our network of chapters and local meetings. Without an accurate web page on
>>> our site, we cannot introduce your chapter to prospective members and
>>> therefore under-serve the French market. We are continuously auditing our
>>> 220 chapters and when we find a long history of no meetings, we assume the
>>> chapter has fallen inactive.
>>> We are working to make our Chapter Leader guidelines and expectations
>>> more clear and better communicated in the future. We are also retooling
>>> some of our other chapter processes as well.
>>> How would you suggest we update our policies to monitor chapter activity
>>> for our scale? I would love to learn. Maybe checking each chapter's web
>>> page isn't the right plan but I'm unsure what might work better given the
>>> scope of the task.
>>> It is my sincere desire that myself, staff, and the Board does
>>> everything in our power to enable local advocates to share the mission of
>>> OWASP in their community while also balancing the need to run a
>>> professionally managed Foundation. Thank you for your commitment to our
>>> Mike McCamon
>>> Interim Executive Director, OWASP
>>> o +1.781.876.6253 | m: +1.408.430.2767
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
>>> From: sebastien gioria <seb at gioria.org>
>>> Date: Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 11:03 AM
>>> Subject: Re: France Chapter
>>> To: Dawn Aitken <dawn.aitken at owasp.org>, owasp-board at lists.owasp.org <
>>> owasp-board at lists.owasp.org>
>>> After your splendid solution to drop off the page, you drop the list
>>> with our members..clap clap clap.
>>> You're really impressionnated to do your jobs without any really brain.
>>> We have a meeting in 1 month who need to be announce and no solution to
>>> sent to the French members without the owasp_france Twitter....clap clap
>>> So, I back your drop of the web site. But can't do anything for the
>>> list. So I GIVE YOU 48h TO SETTING BACK THE LIST WITH ALL MEMBERS THE LIST
>>> HAVE JUST BEFORE YOUR DROP.
>>> If this is not possible I consider you irresponsible to manage the owasp
>>> community. Anyway if this need to be goes to a flame war to the board you
>>> could consider what you want, but before doing stupid things, be careful of
>>> the damage that this will do to OWASP in France.
>>> AND yes I'm very EDGY/ANNOYED/WHATEVER YOU WANT.
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