[Owasp-guide] AUTHOR ACTION REQUIRED -- REVISED OUTLINE (RESEND)
Boberski, Michael [USA]
boberski_michael at bah.com
Tue Apr 27 11:38:22 EDT 2010
Nope. :) It could be called "Burt and Ernie" at this point, just want that structure, is all I want to communicate at this time on that topic.
I need people to do "hello world" stuff at this point. Folks need to align their outlines and pages. Need to copy over material for potential recycling. Need to sketch out worksheets.
I appreciate fussing with wiki pages is a pain, but assuredly Word or some such would be worse, attempting to work this with so many cooks in the kitchen. My hints are to use TortoiseSVN and work on pages on your local machine then upload them, then make tweaks to them online after that going forward.
From: Vishal Garg [mailto:vishalgrg at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 9:02 AM
To: Kevin W. Wall
Cc: Boberski, Michael [USA]; owasp-guide at lists.owasp.org
Subject: Re: [Owasp-guide] AUTHOR ACTION REQUIRED -- REVISED OUTLINE (RESEND)
Hi Kevin, Thanks.
About the heading, sometimes this makes me think as well what we are trying to convey with this heading. But I believe Mike would have a reason to choose this heading which is not clear to most of the team yet.
Mike, do you think it is time to clarify why we have chosen this heading over anything else. I think having this discussion now may avoid having it at a later date, that I am sure is going to happen at some point if the folks are not clear about the exact purpose of choosing this heading (including me ;-))
On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 5:13 AM, Kevin W. Wall <kevin.w.wall at gmail.com<mailto:kevin.w.wall at gmail.com>> wrote:
Boberski, Michael [USA] wrote:
> Vishal, 0400's looking good!!
> Team, check it out here:
The outline and numbering look right, the breaking of ASVS requirement into
individual dev guide steps, all good.
> Format #1 for the worksheet here: http://owasp-development-guide.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/worksheets/Access-Control-Worksheet-Format-1.doc let's go with that. The worksheets should be sufficiently clear that they lend themselves towards creating more complicated, application-specific spreadsheets and such.
> Thank you for your hard work. Keep going! :)
Yes, looking very nice. I still don't quite get the 'Build or Buy' heading, but
I realize that's something we can address later on and it's mostly a place
holder for now. If we leave it as 'Build or Buy' I think we need to say
something about the pros and cons of build vs. buy.
Kevin W. Wall
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