[Owasp-leaders] [Owasp-community] Introducing your OWASP Brand Usage Committee!
tiffany.long at owasp.org
Thu Sep 8 19:35:35 UTC 2016
1)I have no idea.
2) As the CM I have been telling people that the first decision would be
whether to use the portal or a mailing list. I have noted that the
Education Hub has taken as their first major action to make an assessment
of the current state of the education platforms and materials. This seems
sound and will be included in official advice from my office should other
3) I will not be able to vote, However I am joining as an 'expert' on the
brand management best practices and to help provide information on brand
management from the POV of PR. I will not be passionately advocating
As someone who is required to give the board an opinion on the brand
suggestions given by the committee I see being on the committee as helpful
to the other committee members because you will understand the Foundation's
needs from a more intimate perspective as well as have access to a
knowledge base born from brand management and comparative analysis. I see
it as helpful to the board as the committee's concerns can be taken into
account in my assessment--which means much less work trying to get closer
together if the information is siloed.
The hope is that good faith involvement as an expert resource will lower
the committee's barrier to change and empower the committee as a whole. To
further tip the asymmetry in the direction of the other committee members,
the official staff supporter is Matt. Should the committee need anything
officially from the foundation he is the one tasked to provide it--this way
my opinion, one way or another. cannot subconsciously impact results.
I hope that answers your concerns.
On Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 11:42 AM, Larry Conklin <larry.conklin at owasp.org>
> Three questions.
> 1. Are we doing anything on this at the summit?
> 2. What are we doing. Do we have meetings setup, action plans, etc.
> 3. I see that you and Kate are both on the committee. That is good.
> But, there is always a but after someone says that is good. Sorry. Do you
> and Kate have voting rights? I have seen many conversations about staff not
> setting direction but if you have voting rights it means you as staff can
> set direction or influence direction of the foundation.
> Larry Conklin, CISSP, Co-Leader Code Review Guide
> On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 8:41 PM, Tiffany Long <tiffany.long at owasp.org>
>> Dear All,
>> We are proud to announce the OWASP Brand Usage Committee! The committee
>> is intended to update and the OWASP Brand usage rules
>> The scope of the committee is to define how, when, where and by whom
>> OWASP's logos and trademarked terms are allowed to be used. The committee
>> may choose cover ongoing questions about logo and brand usage. This
>> committee will not be changing the design elements of the logos or
>> eliminating logos.
>> This is the first committee under Committees 2.0
>> <https://tracking.cirrusinsight.com/311fc0b5-6acd-498f-89d7-2a6c80533735/owasp-org-index-php-governance-owasp-committees> I
>> am very excited to refine the process with you! All official discussions
>> will be aggregated in a publicly available location. You can join the
>> committee as a participating member at any time. To apply be a voting
>> member you must spend at least three months as a participating member and
>> be a paid or honorary member.
>> The following people are the founding members:
>> Venkatesh Jagannathan
>> Andy Lewis
>> Joseph Konieczka
>> Larry Conklin
>> John Vargasf
>> Azzeddine ramrami
>> Owen Pendlebury
>> Rashad Aliyev
>> Sandeep Singh
>> Johanna Curiel
>> Patrick Laverty
>> Kate Hartmann
>> Boris Hemkemeier
>> Andrew van der Stock
>> Manish Gokani
>> Tiffany Long
>> Community Manager
>> Tiffany Long
>> Community Manager
>> Owasp-community mailing list
>> Owasp-community at lists.owasp.org
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