psiinon at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 15:05:16 UTC 2014
As stated on the very first line of https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Polls:
"OWASP Polls are a way of getting the 'pulse' of the OWASP community - they
should not be considered 'binding'."
The polls are intended as a way for OWASP members to register their
opinions, they are definitely NOT a vote on what we should actually do.
The polls have not been officially commissioned, approved or sanctioned in
any way (as yet).
I set them up as there seemed to be a need for them and no one else beat me
to it ;)
I've stated that anyone wanting to ask questions should check with me
first, but I have no problem with including other people in that process or
changing it completely. Its all very ad-hoc at the moment ;)
And I'm very happy for us as an organization to discuss and decide how we
want the polls to work.
On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Antonio Fontes <antonio.fontes at owasp.org>wrote:
> I don't want to question Eoin's decision (I fully understand and support
> it at the personal level) but I have a question regarding the motivation
> that was mentioned ("I was voted to lead by you") that raised my attention.
> The poll clearly indicates that 60% of the leaders voted in favor of the
> training at RSAC as planned. A message from Michael yesterday indicated
> a vote from the board in favor to the training.
> Under these circumstances, I am not really sure I understand how the
> vote works as I see the training apparently being cancelled (or is there
> someone replacing Eoin?).
> Which brings me to the actual questions:
> 1) Is the voting system setup by Simon an enacting tool for decisions or
> is it only "polling the opinion"?
> 2) Who can decide whether or not a question should be put to vote?
> Depending on the answer to the first question, it might be important to
> have a debate on this question...
> PS: in case there is doubt on how to handle all this voting thing, I
> would strongly suggest referring to this page for suggestions :)
> antonio.fontes at owasp.org
> Board Leader - OWASP Geneva
> Board Member - OWASP Switzerland
> On 1/9/2014 3:05 PM, Eoin Keary wrote:
> > OWASP leaders,
> > I've decided to pull my delivery of training from the RSA conference.
> > I don't believe supporting in organisation who tries to control other
> organisations (whom they talk to) or is allegedly involved with weak
> crypto/NSA conspiracy is good for the foundation.
> > I also request that OWASP pull the plug on any involvement with RSA for
> > Sorry I this upsets some people. I was voted (as a board member) to
> lead by you and I am trying to do just that.
> > Eoin Keary
> > Owasp Global Board
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