[OCC] Meeting Schedules and other gems from the board call today

Justin Clarke justin.clarke at owasp.org
Mon May 14 21:14:01 UTC 2012


Noon Pacific works fine for me.

9am Honolulu time
12pm Pacific time
3pm Eastern time
8pm London time
9pm Paris time

Work for everyone?

J

On 14 May 2012, at 22:02, Jim Manico wrote:

> Agreed, care to all meet next week?
> 
> What day works for you?
> 
> I'm home next week - all week - and I'm free anytime after noon Pacific
> time.
> 
> What time works for you all?
> 
> Kate - I'll document this and other committee meetings moving forward.
> 
> - Jim
> 
>> We probably would benefit from at least a monthly meeting - if only to keep us all on target. Plus - book done! I can finally resurface and get more involved again!
>> 
>> Best regards
>> 
>> Justin
>> 
>> On 14 May 2012, at 22:00, Kate Hartmann wrote:
>> 
>>> Jim, for a year or so, the connections committee has been more than
>>> adequate. The blog is awesome, the podcasts are amazing, now you are
>>> watching linked in and then, there is the mysterious (my own ignorance here)
>>> twitter feed.   I'm challenging you to identify opportunities to take it to
>>> the next level.  There is a benefit to getting real-time feedback on some
>>> very important initiatives that impact what does or probably should fall
>>> within the Connections committee scope.  Also, since I've sat on quite a
>>> number of committee calls (all committees included here) I can't tell you
>>> how the energy of a well-run meeting can inspire participation.  
>>> 
>>> Just a few items on the docket that probably fall within the committee scope
>>> are:
>>> 
>>> Marketing - we have agreed that we need it, this should be a committee
>>> driven initiative, otherwise, it's tasked to staff and lacks community input
>>> or participation
>>> Social Media - linkedin, twitter, blog, feed - I know these are managed by
>>> you, Jim, but considering we are looking at expanding our outreach, is there
>>> any statistics or other opportunities to connect OWASP with some other
>>> groups?
>>> Newsletter - as an individual tasked with this, I have not been very
>>> successful.  I would love to see the committee, by design, be the drivers
>>> for this
>>> Communication - is the same message being communicated across all channels?
>>> Yes, probably in line with the marketing initiative.
>>> 
>>> I would suggest giving meetings a try for a few months and see what happens.
>>> Maybe it will be a fail and maybe great and wondrous things will arise!  At
>>> least we can say we tried - notice I put in the "we" cause I'm here to help
>>> set it all up.
>>> 
>>> Kate Hartmann
>>> Operations Director
>>> 301-275-9403
>>> www.owasp.org 
>>> Skype:  Kate.hartmann1
>>> 
>>> 
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Jim Manico [mailto:jim.manico at owasp.org] 
>>> Sent: Monday, May 14, 2012 4:34 PM
>>> To: Kate Hartmann; owasp-connections-committee
>>> Subject: Re: Meeting Schedules and other gems from the board call today
>>> 
>>> Kate,
>>> 
>>> Out committee does not really meet officially, we are basically a working
>>> group trying to keep various social media and other properties up to date.
>>> 
>>> But we do have an email list and it's trivial for someone to contact us
>>> - or heck, participate.
>>> 
>>> Connections committee, do we need more meetings?
>>> 
>>> - Jim
>>> 
>>> --
>>> Jim Manico
>>> 
>>> Connections Committee Chair
>>> Cheatsheet Series Product Manager
>>> OWASP Podcast Producer/Host
>>> 
>>> jim at owasp.org
>>> www.owasp.org
>>> 
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> 
> 
> -- 
> Jim Manico
> 
> Connections Committee Chair
> Cheatsheet Series Product Manager
> OWASP Podcast Producer/Host
> 
> jim at owasp.org
> www.owasp.org



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