[Owasp-leaders] Wiki Currators
achim at owasp.org
Sat Feb 15 12:00:23 UTC 2014
as I often complained about some things (technically) done in the wiki,
I'll be in to participate.
I'd like to see people more focusing on content (links, which, how to place)
and people more focused on techniques (which plug-ins etc.).
Am 14.02.2014 18:45, schrieb Michael Coates:
> Let's stroll down analogy lane for a moment. I'll start with comparing a
> wiki to a garden. A wiki gives many ideas a place to grow. But without a
> gardener, or several gardeners, the plants(ideas) can grow out of control.
> While there may be many beautiful flowers in the garden, they are in an
> obscure mess and may look like an wild jungle from anyone that views the
> garden from several feet away.
> Following this (bad?) analogy I'd like to suggest the following:
> We establish a group of interested volunteers to help maintain the order
> and structural quality of the owasp wiki. This is very similar to the idea
> of power users in wikipedia. This group is striving for order and clarity
> of our information data source.
> What does this mean:
> 1. We have a group that helps promote best practices for creating wiki
> pages on the owasp wiki. This will maximize use of categories, cross
> referencing & linking, etc
> 2. This group can help identify dead pages, old pages, duplicate content,
> 3. This group establishes best practices for what makes a good wiki pages
> (e.g. links to academic sources, research, accordance to owasp principles,
> Note: This group would have no impact on the ability for people to edit
> pages. Nothing would change there.
> Requests from this group:
> 1. Update the wiki editing guidelines
> 2. Establish regular communication amongst your group on how to increase
> the order and quality of the structure of the owasp wiki
> 3. Communicate this concepts out to the leaders and to new contributors to
> 4. Create ways of "tending the garden" so our wiki does not get out of
> I'll post this info to the owasp global initiatives soon, but I first
> wanted to get the idea out for discussion.
> Thoughts? Anyone interested?
> Michael Coates
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