[Owasp-leaders] pycon CFP - outreach opportunity
eoin.keary at owasp.org
Mon Sep 8 21:51:31 UTC 2014
I'd like to do Java One given I am an "ex java Dev".
Good idea Matt.
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On 8 Sep 2014, at 22:38, Matt Konda <matt.konda at owasp.org> wrote:
> What other conferences can we target?
> I think we've seen Java One (Manico, Keary), SpringOne (Winch), RubyConf (Smith), RailsConf (Bedra, Collins, etc. .. ), PyCon, Node (Adam Baldwin), Clojure (Bedra) etc. maybe we should keep track of these? It would be cool to have a technology stack tuned way to get to AppSec presentations and experts... then we can start to build communities around these ...
> I've had good success with smaller local dev meetups too. Seems like something we could suggest doing at a chapter level, maybe making stories out of the different approaches people take and distilling out which things seem to work.
> Good stuff Jonathan!
> Matt Konda
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 11:29 AM, Jonathan Marcil <jonathan.marcil at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Hi leaders,
>> it is settled, OWASP is gonna be represented at pycon by OWASP Montreal Chapter.
>> Attendees reached : 2,500 (mostly python programmers)
>> Total cost: 0$ (not including swag)
>> I'll add the event to our official system later, and there's is no contract involved.
>> I wanted to tell you that since the CFP is closing in one week. See below for details.
>> - Jonathan
>> On Aug 24, 2014 10:28 PM, "Jonathan Marcil" <jonathan.marcil at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Hi leaders,
>> pycon (the biggest baddest "hugest" conference about python) is in
>> Montreal next year from April 8 to April 16 in Montreal.
>> While I'm be doing by best to have a non-profit sponsor table and
>> represent OWASP, it would be great if some leaders could applies for the
>> CFP. Any subject related to python is good, so if your project is using
>> python, or you have a subject that have python somewhere in the tech
>> stack, it's good as well.
>> Info for CFP is here:
>> It closes September 15th.
>> Note that pycon is special in regards of expense coverage as per default
>> people are sent by their companies so nothing is covered. You can
>> however use their assistance program to get reimbursed (and I bet if
>> your project is something done on a voluntary basis you'll get more
>> If you happen to get accepted hit me up to do more things in Montreal
>> that week.
>> - Jonathan Marcil
>> OWASP Montreal Chapter Leader
>> jonathan.marcil at owasp.org
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