[Owasp-leaders] OWASP and WikiLeaks
daniel.cuthbert at owasp.org
Tue Dec 7 14:28:39 EST 2010
"OWASP is American"
Excuse me????, I take offense at that remark. Many foreign people like
myself have been around since the start to make this project what it is
today and to class this project as American is both technically incorrect
and also offensive to the likes of us.
On 7 December 2010 21:02, John Wilander <john.wilander at owasp.org> wrote:
> I feel it's best for me not to have an opinion on WikiLeaks, at least not a
> public opinion. That feeling worries me. But there's far too much political
> pressure from one side and geek community pressure from the other. And, as
> you might know, Sweden plays a special part in the show around Julian
> When it comes to OWASP the only thoughts I've had are along the lines of
> what a non-profit foundation and it's members can be held accountable for.
> OWASP is American and I work for it without knowing if I can be held
> accountable for anything in the States. Not that I'm worried but the thought
> has struck me.
> Technology-wise I think onion routing networks are very interesting but I'd
> rather keep that a non-political interest.
> IMHO: OWASP should keep away from the WikiLeaks debate, at least as long as
> the heat is on. I see nothing to gain and lots of potential trouble.
> John Wilander, https://twitter.com/johnwilander
> Chapter co-leader OWASP Sweden, http://owaspsweden.blogspot.com
> <http://owaspsweden.blogspot.com>Co-organizer Global Summit,
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