[Owasp-leaders] My expectation is that nobody is reading my @owasp.org emails

Josh Sokol josh.sokol at owasp.org
Tue Jul 1 14:34:25 UTC 2014


Sounds perfectly reasonable to me.  Can someone take the task of working
with Sarah to come up with those e-mail addresses and update any references
that point to individuals rather than the proxy e-mail address?  The staff
could certainly use some volunteer assistance to make this happen.

~josh


On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 9:18 AM, Achim <achim at owasp.org> wrote:

>
>
> Am 01.07.2014 15:44, schrieb Josh Sokol:
> > To say that OWASP's Human Resources processes are immature is an
> > understatement.  But, to Eoin's point, HR is not the responsibility of
> the
> > Board of Directors, but rather, the Executive Director and the Operations
> > Team.  As with most things at OWASP, as a volunteer, if you see a problem
> > with the way things are done and have ideas for improvement, you are
> > welcome to put forth a plan to fix it.
>
> Ok, you want a plan:
>
> First I'd highly appreciate if we setup a list of e-mail addresses for
> technical use, like contact at owasp.org, project-staff at owasp.org, and many
> more.
>
> Then assign these to the apropriate persons. Then there's hopefully no
> longer
> the need to disable/bann someone's e-mail adress from OWASP.
>
> This makes things easy:
>   * the technical e-mail address can remain on all websites
>   * if the human behind that address changes, for whatever reason, just the
>     assignment to the technical e-mail address needs to be chanched
>   * post the list of these addresses at owasp.org
>
> Does this sound reasonable?
> Achim
>
>
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