[OWASP-GUIDE] Guide V2 - A time for action
abrahamkang at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 5 00:22:17 EST 2003
I have been one of the usual suspects. Things have been getting real hectic
with layoffs and workloads. I will try to have something by the weekend if
that is OK.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Curphey" <mark at curphey.com>
To: <owasp-guide at lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2003 8:24 PM
Subject: [OWASP-GUIDE] Guide V2 - A time for action
> Let me start by saying I am more guilty than anyone here so please don't
> take this personally.
> Most of us haven't yet updated the CVS with the work we all committed to
> getting done by the middle of Feb and I fear we may have hit one of
> those troughs. If I have learned anything from OWASP its never let a
> project fester so I think its time to be hard and just do it. We have
> all had plenty of time so I have just reset all deadlines for the 12th
> which is this coming Sunday. I think I can speak for everyone when I say
> we all would very much like the assigned authors work to be published
> alongside everyone elses, but if its not in the CVS by Sunday then I am
> going to tackle it all myself in a few late nights early next week so we
> are done.
> This means we can close the initial re-write and move toward proof
> reading and starting getting stuff in a readable format ready for
> publication next week.
> If you are ready to commit or can update the percentage of tasks
> complete in the task manager please do so or mail this list and I'll
> take care of it. I have Abe's SAML work to convert to DocBook. If the
> list hasn't heard from you saying its on its way by Friday midnight
> Pacific its fair game to be written by someone else.
> I hope you all agree tis makes sense even if it does seem a little hard.
> Alex, is it possible you could write a small script to build the current
> CVS version and FTP it to owasp.org nightly so we can read it in HTML or
> PDF ?
> Mark Curphey <mark at curphey.com>
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