[Owasp-leaders] OWASP Website down!

psiinon psiinon at gmail.com
Sun Jul 8 12:48:38 UTC 2012


Because although not everyone on the list will have access, everyone with
access should be on the list :-)

Simon
On Jul 8, 2012 1:38 PM, "Abbas Naderi Afooshteh" <abbas.naderi at owasp.org>
wrote:

> And without official authorized access to fix them, what use is that?
>
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> On تیر ۱۸, ۱۳۹۱, at ۱۶:۵۷, psiinon wrote:
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> 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.
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> Simon
> On Sun, Jul 8, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Abbas Naderi Afooshteh <
> abbas.naderi at owasp.org> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> 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
>> see.
>> - Abbas
>>
>> PS.
>> 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?
>>
>> PPS.
>> 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
>> have
>> >> 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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