[Owasp-leaders] Help with remote participation part of the Summit
chris.schmidt at owasp.org
Tue Jan 18 21:49:12 EST 2011
Things have changed slightly and provided I can get funded I now will be
able to attend. I was waiting to hear the results of the final round of
funding prior to making any announcement to the group.
I have not received word on whether or not I am approved yet, so as soon as
I know for sure I will be able to determine the level of my involvement.
On 1/18/11 7:35 PM, "John Steven" <John.Steven at owasp.org> wrote:
> Did I see Chris Schmidt was approved for funding to the SUmmit? I
> thought he wasn't coming...?
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 9:26 PM, dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Hi OWASP leaders
>> As you hopefully are noticing, the Summit 2011 is gaining a lot of momentum,
>> but there is one area that I'm still very worried about, since we don't have
>> anybody taking a good look at it and trying to make it happen (all Summit
>> Team members are flat out with other activities)
>> The problem is "how to handle the remote participation in the Summit's
>> Working Sessions" (and the social + night events)
>> If you look at
>> http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Summit_2011/Remote_Participants , you will
>> see a first pass at trying to centralize and organize what will need to be
>> done, but as you will notice there is not a lot in there :(
>> Although it is doable, there is a lot to think about and to plan:
>> How do remote participants register the Working Sessions they want to
>> How do we manage the situation where the Working Session chair is
>> participating remotely? (for example the project leader whose project is the
>> title of the working session)
>> How do remote participants map out when they are available? (note that we
>> have to take into account their time zones (US, Europe, Australia, etc...)
>> How much bandwidth do we need to reserve in order to have good uplink
>> video/audio streams?
>> What broadcast technology should we use?
>> How to receive the remote participants comments, audio and/or video and
>> relay that to the local participants?
>> Who will be responsible for handling the local logistics?
>> Who will be at the Working session writing a transcription of what is going
>> on. I.e. doing what (for example) Sandra did for the OWASP Academies
>> using http://www.coveritlive.com/
>> How do we expose to the rest of the OWASP and WebAppSec community that it
>> will be possible to participate remotely in the Summit?
>> If all is set-up/organized properly, should we temporarily take over the
>> OWASP.org home page and push as many visitors to what is going on at the
>> At the moment, there are enough resources to do a OKish job at providing the
>> remote participants a feed of what will happen at the Working Sessions, but
>> my feeling is that with a little bit of work, we can create an amazing
>> environment, where the owasp leaders that are not able to physically go to
>> Portugal, can still be active participants in the Summit.
>> Kate is trying to build up this team, so if you are interested and can help,
>> please talk to her
>> The other good news is that we still have 3 weeks to make it happen.
>> Finally, on the topic of bandwidth, we can get a dedicated 2Mb line (fiber)
>> to the Summit venue just for this. The catch is that it will cost about 2000
>> Euros. So we either need to find a sponsor, or have a LOT of activity around
>> remote participation that justifies that investment/cost
>> Thanks for your help
>> Dinis Cruz
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