[Owasp-leaders] Hire operational resource to manage OWASP wiki
jim.manico at owasp.org
Mon Apr 2 14:20:31 UTC 2012
Well said Eoin and Dinis.
I think smaller more project-focus mini-summits are potentially the
answer here. The are also a LOT more cost effective for the foundation
so we can save funds for more critical hires, like a IT pro to manage
I have never agreed with Dinis so much in a 7 day period. I'm really
worried that the time-space continuum will rip apart, or something to
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> Dinis, I agree with what you are saying.
> And I don't believe spending $250000 on a summit will help achieve this.
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> On 2 Apr 2012, at 14:18, Dinis Cruz<dinis at ddplus.net> wrote:
>> While on the topic, another contractor that owasp dramatically needs is an webmaster/MediaWiki person for our website.
>> It is amazing that that website keeps holding up with NO dedicated resource to manage it.
>> Our website is only our main interface to our audience and we need to invest on it.
>> Ok, maybe we don't hire a full time resource, but there are plenty of talent out there that we should be contracting.
>> Again, I don't this this is a budget issue, it is a strategic decision.
>> There is still a perception that we already spent enough on our employees and that they should 'pick up these other tasks' . My view is that this is completely wrong, these tasks require professional knowledge, and anyway, our current (amazing) owasp employees are already overwhelmed with they normal 'day jobs'
>> So next time, you guys complain about our website or wiki, remember that there is nobody currently managing it (so who will spend the time solving your (important) request?)
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