[OWASP-GUIDE] Status of Guide
michael_gavin at verizon.net
Thu Jul 14 19:28:44 EDT 2005
I sent you email last week to volunteer my editing services, but unfortunately that email bounced. If you get this, and if it would still be helpful, I am still willing to review 1 or 2 chapters. Also, I can take a look at some of the incomplete chapters that you mentioned in your most recent email to see if there is anything I can do to contribute there.
Drop me a line if there is anything that I can do to help out.
Also, I won't be able to attend Black Hat, but I will be attending Black Hat training on the weekend, so if you are out there then, and if there are any last minute things you want to try to accomplish before your presentation, I could try to help you out there as well.
>From: Andrew van der Stock <vanderaj at mac.com>
>Date: Sun Jul 03 11:27:05 CDT 2005
>To: owasp-guide at lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: [OWASP-GUIDE] Status of Guide
>I've just about completed the draft of the next revision with the
>help of Raoul Endres who wrote the Privacy and Crypto chapters, and
>Denis Pilipchuk who has contributed the Web Services chapter. I've
>also re-included and updated some of the early stuff and re-written
>the logging and data validation chapters. They are both shorter and
>more useful. Despite that, the Guide is currently at the 73,800 word
>mark. I am hopeful that a good bit of editing will bring us closer to
>60,000 again by the time we finish, but it's still going to be a
>Adrian Wiesmann has been in contact with No Starch Press, and we're
>currently in the process of working with them for a November release
>of the Guide. I think that would be considered like Guide 2.1, so if
>you have any post-2.0 ideas, let's get them on the table now. If a
>chapter does not appear in 2.0 now, it is not going to appear.
>We are on track for a BlackHat release, and I'm trying to close off
>all chapters this week, so we have essentially three weeks to review
>and edit the content. To make this effective, I need to carve the
>reviews into two chapter chunks - each reviewer will only be assigned
>two chapters. That way you can provide meaningful reviews in the time
>we have available.
>If you'd like to be a reviewer, now is the time to say so. You must
>take on a chapter this week, and return it marked up by Wednesday
>next week (July 13) and the last chapter by July 20. I leave for
>Blackhat on July 26, so this is down to the wire.
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