[Owasp-leaders] Wiki Ninja
jim.manico at owasp.org
Tue Apr 2 15:28:37 UTC 2013
Forum experiments never got any uptick at OWASP. We tried... several times.
Let's go email, and post the (good) questions to the wiki and then everyone wins.
> I think its a great idea, but I'm not overly keen on using email addresses
> this way - they can be a pain to manage and tricky to remember.
> They can also put people off - like many people who mess around with the
> wiki I can probably answer some questions people have, but I probably
> wouldnt put myself forward as a wiki expert.
> I'd prefer us to use something like http://myowasp.ning.com/ or
> http://www.reddit.com/r/owasp ie something that people can chose to look at
> and answer questions.
> I'd be much more likely to answer questions on those sort of forums.
> I think forums help build community, 'closed' email lists less so.
> On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 4:10 PM, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Great idea, perhaps wikihelp at owasp.org ?
>> Can you create a global initiative on this idea? I'll help.
>>> I have a suggestion OWASPians,
>>> How about making a wikininja at owasp.org email address, and share it
>> among a few wiki gurus of OWASP. Then newbies like me who do a lot of
>> editing and page-crafting, can drop questions to that email and get quick
>> responses, thus making much better wiki content.
>>> All in favor, rise!
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