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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">Hi Eoin, <br>
      am not quite sure I understand what you are asking? <br>
      Do you mean whether a company can dictate or lock out people from
      participating in an OWASP project? <br>
      Tobias<br>
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      On 21/02/14 23:04, Eoin Keary wrote:<br>
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        <div><span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;
            background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0);">Should a private
            entity whom promotes an owasp project be obliged to let team
            members who are not part of the private entity be part of
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        <div><span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;
            background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0);">Or is it open
            project, closed team like the top 10??</span></div>
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        <span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Eoin Keary</span>
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        On 19 Feb 2014, at 22:15, Michael Coates <<a
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                <div>Board,<br>
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                I'd like to understand everyone's thoughts on promotion
                of OWASP from other entities - specifically those that
                are either corporations, private entities and generally
                companies with different motives then us and a
                non-profit.<br>
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              More specifically, what expectations to do you feel should
              be placed on a company that wants to promote an owasp
              project or contribute time and resources to the betterment
              of owasp that of course also benefit themselves too (e.g.
              being a good person has tangential benefits for the person
              and those associated with the person)?<br>
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            <div>A few questions for consideration<br>
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            <div>1. Does an owasp project or initiative need to live
              only on the owasp wiki? <br>
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            <div>2. Can a company push forward with an owasp project and
              promote that project on their website too?<br>
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            <div>3. Do questions 1 and 2 matter provided the
              company/person acts per our brand usage guidelines here? <a
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            <div>I certainly have my opinions but want to open up the
              discussion.<br>
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            <div>I ask these larger questions because the overall issue
              is more important. However, we can also later dive into
              this idea with a concrete example. We have a great
              scenario where someone is funded by a company to do things
              that benefit OWASP - the podcast series. If we have
              concerns about any aspect of that situation, I'd like to
              understand them in the overall context of how we encourage
              company participation. <br>
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              Also, if our expectations don't match our stated guidance
              we need to quickly update our guidance. It's hard for us
              to expect people to follow rules if we don't publish them
              :)<br>
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            <div>Thanks!<br>
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                    Michael Coates<br>
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