[Owasp-leaders] Need energy for sorting out the Summit's REMOTE PARTICIPANTS Fwd: Great news we have a sponsor for the Video uplink and broadcast
dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Wed Jan 26 03:31:57 EST 2011
Filipe, that is a great idea, and I guess what I'm trying to say is
we create a 'solution' for the remote participants, it will not happen at
the scale and quality-level that it could.*
FYI, we currently have 140 confirmed attendees (with 2 weeks to go, so the
final number will be higher). But the key question is* 'how many remote
participants could/should we have'? *(the video broadcast provided by
SAPO.pt can handle up to 1000 streams)
If all works accordingly to plan, we will have very good digital coverage of
the Summit (video streams, live blogging, onsite journalist), but will we
have anyone listening? and contributing remotely???
I've had numerous exchanges with key players in our industry (including
OWASP leaders), that are not about to make it to the Summit, but are
committed to find the time to participate remotely. The problem is that I
have nowhere to point them to!
The' physical' Summit Participants are treated as '1st class' citizens (with
a huge amount of time, energy and focus being put on making sure that they
have the most productive time at the Summit), but unfortunately , the remote
Summit participants are being treated as 'off-the-chart' class citizens :(
If we can't pull this off, it will be massive missed opportunity, since
there is a lot of talent (and decision makers) that we could be reaching out
and remotely engaging with the Summit
On 26 January 2011 08:16, Filipe Lacerda <filipe.lacerda at lusolabs.com>wrote:
> Dear Ones,
> I'm in Madrid at the moment. I crossed with an attendee just like me, that
> was at the Lisbon Meeting last December. I spoke to him over the phone so we
> could met here in Madrid, and one of the subjects was if he was going to the
> Summit. We will not join for the summit, he said, for professional reasons.
> Therefore i told him about the internet broadcast and he was very pleased
> with that.
> I just did my "little" networking and with that i do believe that him and
> his two friends, that were also at the Lisbon meeting, will attend to the
> Summit Online.
> Why not grabbing owasp members emails and send them over a quick tip !? And
> if possible create an inscription board? So that way we would now how much
> attendees we will have (expected ones)...
> Is it a bad idea ?!
> Filipe Lacerda
> On 01/26/2011 07:56 AM, dinis cruz wrote:
> Come on owasp leaders, we really need some more energy and focus on this.
> If we don't know who is going to participate remotely we will not be able
> to help then :(
> If you can help, start with the email bellow and continue here
> http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Summit_2011/Remote_Participants :)
> Dinis Cruz
> On 20 January 2011 19:15, dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:
>> As you can see by the email below, we will have 1 high quality 24h video
>> stream of the Summit
>> This means that remote participation can now be a reality, BUT we need a
>> team to manage it!!!!!!
>> I sent an email a couple days ago (
>> which received NO (i.e. zero) response
>> *The owasp leaders on this list that are NOT going to the Summit, are
>> the ones that have the most interest in making this happen, so some of you
>> really need to step-up and help to make this happen.*
>> This could set-up a great precedent where we are able to figure out how
>> to allow remote participation into important working sessions, like the ones
>> that will happen at the Summit.
>> This also opens up the opportunity for popular Working Session to have
>> remote participation of key players that were not able to make it to the
>> Summit (Browser guys, I'm looking at you and the 'missing' browsers :) )
>> Dinis Cruz
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org>
>> Date: 20 January 2011 19:01
>> Subject: Great news we have a sponsor for the Video uplink and broadcast
>> To: owasp-summit-2011 at lists.owasp.org
>> Cc: Nuno Loureiro <nuno at co.sapo.pt>
>> I'm very happy to say that we found a Portuguese sponsor for the video
>> broadcast of the Summit.
>> The company is called SAPO (see www.sapo.pt) and it is the Portuguese
>> equivalent of AOL.
>> Below you can see the list of items that they are providing as part of
>> their sponsorship:
>> - Temporary ADSL link for 1 video stream
>> - Equipment to convert the video signal
>> - Broadcast up to 1000 concurrent users
>> - Simple personalization of the broadcast video page (logo, etc)
>> - Setup and Support
>> The cost of this sponsorship (if OWASP was paying for it) is 4,350€ (which
>> we are rounding up to $6,000 USD)
>> This is really exciting since it will provide 1x high quality 24h video
>> stream of the Summit which is going to be provided by a professional team
>> who has experience of doing this for other events.
>> We will also try to provide video coverage for the other 2 rooms, but
>> that won't have the quality and level of service.
>> Dinis Cruz
>> Blog: http://diniscruz.blogspot.com
>> Twitter: http://twitter.com/DinisCruz
>> Web: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/O2
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