[Owasp-leaders] OWASP Website down!
psiinon at gmail.com
Sun Jul 8 12:27:07 UTC 2012
So how about this suggestion:
We create a new OWASP project, something like owasp-support
It has its own mailing list which anyone can join.
That list gets automated alerts and should be used to report issues and
discuss potential solutions.
On Sun, Jul 8, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Abbas Naderi Afooshteh <
abbas.naderi at owasp.org> wrote:
> I vouch for Achim as he's the only person helping me with PHP Security
> Cheat Sheet and probably the only person that spend time even reading what
> I wrote.
> With this many chapters in OWASP, I'm wondering why not so much is being
> done! I've been on a lot of open source communities, and they tend to do
> ten times work done with one tenth of the people!
> I'm not blaming anyone or anything, just giving you the picture which I
> - Abbas
> The default reply-to address of the mailing list is to the sending person,
> and I almost always forget to Reply-To-All, thus only responding to the
> sender. Could someone please fix this?
> I've had a few years of experience managing a few web servers, and a year
> of experience managing a datacenter (or two). Count on me as well.
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> On تیر ۱۸, ۱۳۹۱, at ۱۵:۰۸, Achim wrote:
> > Hi Simon,
> > this question has been asked several times last couple of months.
> > And the answers and suggestions have always been the same too.
> > It's something like: "we should do", "we can change", "we must fix", ...
> > Actually done have been nothing, see here
> > https://www.owasp.org/index.php/ITSupport
> > and infinite mail threads comming up when website or mail is down.
> > Sigh.
> > I know of some people willing to do th work: Dirk, Matt, me, ...
> > I won't speculate about the reason why some people are not giving
> > credentials to others ...
> > Let's make a session in November when you're at our OWASP Day
> > in München. Some of the people who would do administration will be
> > here ;-)
> > Achim
> > BTW, this one PM as all complains in the leaders list have been
> > ignored so far (beside giving phrases as quoted above), and I'm
> > sick to play the bad gay all the time ...
> > Am 08.07.2012 11:25, schrieb psiinon:
> >> I know this only happens infrequently, but it is a bit embarrassing.
> >> Do we know what went wrong this time, and was is something that could
> >> been easily fixed by volunteers with the right access?
> >> Would it help if we had a set of people in different timezones who had
> >> enough access to fix common problems and who got alerted when the site
> >> becomes unavailable?
> >> Until we pay someone to do this of course.
> >> I'd be happy to be involved.
> >> Free online services like www.monitor.us and www.pingdom.com work well.
> >> We could always set up an owasp list that gets alerts from these sort of
> >> services that anyone can subscript to...
> >> Cheers,
> >> Simon
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