[Owasp-leaders] Fwd: Stepping down as Board Member
bunyamin at owasp.org
Tue Feb 15 08:01:59 EST 2011
We DO not accept Dinis's decision. Dinis, If there was a problem to give
this decision, please tell us and we can fix all of them!
Please, change your mind :) we can not think OWASP without you. Nobody can
not work like you.
On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 10:51 AM, Paolo Perego <thesp0nge at owasp.org> wrote:
> Guys, I have honestly to admit that I missed the topic here, I bet
> there is something not written but that it has to be discussed during
> the summit.
> Topic 1. Dinis stepping down as Board member.
> I won't add anything to the discussion saying how good is Dinis as
> mentor/leader. Owasp board is a little poorer without him. Owasp
> overall is a little reacher however since Dinis can dedicate to active
> projects with even more energy and passion. This is super.
> I'm sad when Dinis said that somebody mislead his effort with "chaos"
> and "disorganization".
> Topic 2. Coders vs "Document writers" in the Board.
> I understand John point of view. I turned myself from being a security
> consultant into developer 1 year ago because I was engaged more in
> writing vaporware policies than in pentests or code reviews.
> I think it's important that developers will be represented in the
> board to make sure there is someone talking the developers language.
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 7:30 PM, Brad Causey <bradcausey at owasp.org> wrote:
> > Personally, I don't care what "technical skills" a given board member
> > as long as he's a solid leader, and understands how to run the business
> > provide guidance and direction.
> Personal attitude for being a leader is for sure important, but there
> must be someone who knows what does writing production code means in
> order to tell (or better address) how to write it secure. It's
> important that there is someone who knows about absurd deadlines, poor
> efficient project manager and all external issues that makes writing
> software somewhat a nightmare.
> Ps: Dinis if you want to step back your decision about stepping down
> (how many steps out there :-P), I'll be very happy.
> Just my €0,02
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