<html><head><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"></head><body dir="auto"><div>I would also be able to donate my time to help getting websites up or free web security services.  What ever they need.  Thanks</div><div>Matt <br><br>Sent from my iPhone</div><div><br>On May 1, 2015, at 11:24 AM, Dinis Cruz <<a href="mailto:dinis.cruz@owasp.org">dinis.cruz@owasp.org</a>> wrote:<br><br></div><blockquote type="cite"><div><p dir="ltr">I'm with Eoin on this one</p>
<p dir="ltr">It would be a great action from OWASP and it fits our culture.</p>
<p dir="ltr">I say let's allocate those funds to the Nepal chapter and let them chose the wisest way to spend it (maybe they decide to buy a bunch on drones to help delivering aid/supplies)</p>
<p dir="ltr">This is the kind of thing that fits into the category: 'if we can help, then we should '. And if other owasp leaders have similar ideas let's talk about them (there is a limit of how much owasp can spend in financially helping others, but 10k is not reaching that limit)</p>
<div class="gmail_quote">On 1 May 2015 8:43 am, "Eoin Keary" <<a href="mailto:eoin.keary@owasp.org">eoin.keary@owasp.org</a>> wrote:<br type="attribution"><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex"><div dir="auto"><div>Hi Tobias,</div><div>Owasp has membership, conference sponsorship and corporate sponsor funds. I don't believe that money is ring fenced only chapter and project funds are allocated. Please correct me if I am wrong. </div><div>It was just a suggestion and if it's answered with red tape that's ok too.</div><div><br>Eoin Keary<div>BCC Risk Advisory - <span style="font-size:13pt">edgescan</span></div><div>CTO</div><div><br></div></div><div><br>On 1 May 2015, at 00:46, Tobias <<a href="mailto:tobias.gondrom@owasp.org" target="_blank">tobias.gondrom@owasp.org</a>> wrote:<br><br></div><blockquote type="cite"><div>
  
    
  
  
    <div>Hi Eoin, <br>
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      my heart and thoughts go out to the victims of this tragic
      disaster and their families. And I will donate from my own money
      to the relieve programs and encourage others to follow that
      example. <br>
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      But I do not believe, we as OWASP can use money donated to OWASP
      for the purpose of the OWASP mission and re-donate for another
      purpose. The funds we receive have been given to us for the sole
      purpose of the OWASP mission and it can create serious legal
      problems if we would attempt to re-purpose funds donated to OWASP
      for another task. <br>
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      So my suggestion is that people should donate to the helping
      charity organisations individually. Maybe you like to do so, too?
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      And if there are OWASP activities that are in line with our OWASP
      mission that could help our friends in Nepal through that, we
      should consider doing them. Maybe you have some practical ideas.
      Maybe there is an open source team that can help with some ideas
      or code a project for the rebuild. Or in a couple of months when
      Nepal is rebuilding, we host an OWASP chapter event and send a
      speaker to help rebuild activity in the Nepal security
      communities. Open for ideas.<br>
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      Best regards, Tobias<br>
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      On 30/04/15 22:01, Eoin Keary wrote:<br>
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      <div>Whatever works. I believe money travels faster but helping is
        what is most important..</div>
      <div>I'd like to see if we can get approval first from the
        foundation?<br>
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        <div>BCC Risk Advisory - <span style="font-size:13pt">edgescan</span></div>
        <div>CTO</div>
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        On 30 Apr 2015, at 18:42, John Patrick Lita <<a href="mailto:john.patrick.lita@owasp.org" target="_blank">john.patrick.lita@owasp.org</a>>
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          <div dir="ltr">Eion i agree +1, but if we Directly Buy Food
            and Water and Send them Directly to Nepal? we can Address
            the Goods one of our chapter in Nepal?<br>
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            <div class="gmail_quote">On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 10:14 AM,
              Matthew Parsons <span dir="ltr"><<a href="mailto:mparsons@parsonsisconsulting.com" target="_blank">mparsons@parsonsisconsulting.com</a>></span>
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                  <div>+1 I agree with donating the money. </div>
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                          <div>I'd suggest the foundation donate €10,000
                            to the Red Cross. I'm sure from memory the
                            foundation has the funds.</div>
                          <div>Who's with me!!??<br>
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                            Eoin Keary
                            <div>BCC Risk Advisory - <span style="font-size:13pt">edgescan</span></div>
                            <div>CTO</div>
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                            On 29 Apr 2015, at 17:47, Riotaro OKADA <<a href="mailto:riotaro.okada@owasp.org" target="_blank">riotaro.okada@owasp.org</a>>
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                            <div><span>Hello Leaders,</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>The Nepal chapter lead Gaurab Raj
                                Pant has contacted me today,</span><br>
                              <span>and told me their situation.</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>================================</span><br>
                              <span>As I’m sure you already know, a
                                devastating 7.6 Richter scale</span><br>
                              <span>earthquake hit Nepal on the 25th
                                April 2015, at 11: 58 AM, destroying</span><br>
                              <span>many historical landmarks, houses,
                                roads and killing approx. 3725</span><br>
                              <span>people in 48 of 75 districts in
                                Nepal while the death toll still</span><br>
                              <span>continues to rise.</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>Continued tremors are still being
                                felt, meaning everyone is out on the</span><br>
                              <span>open area where ever they can find.
                                Should tremors continue (which has</span><br>
                              <span>stopped for the last few hours) and
                                if people are out like this, we</span><br>
                              <span>are likely to see huge challenge of
                                basic supplies like water and also</span><br>
                              <span>major public health disaster. If
                                tremors stop and people can go to</span><br>
                              <span>their homes and their life,
                                Kathmandu, for the most part, should be</span><br>
                              <span>fine. Outside Kathmandu, the
                                situation is severe. Thousands are now</span><br>
                              <span>homeless, have lost all supplies to
                                the quakes, students have passed</span><br>
                              <span>away, and community members continue
                                to cry out for help but to no</span><br>
                              <span>avail. From what we have seen in our
                                attempt to provide relief, there</span><br>
                              <span>has been no effort from the
                                government or other agencies in rural</span><br>
                              <span>Nepal.</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>Please help Nepalese.</span><br>
                              <span>================================</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>And he and his family are safe so
                                far, but living at tents in open space.</span><br>
                              <span>People need Medical, Tents, Cloths,
                                water purifier continuously, though</span><br>
                              <span> Red Cross has fed these. As for
                                chapter members, some could be</span><br>
                              <span> connected safe but still some are
                                not still connected, Gaurab said.</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>I do not have enough information to
                                help them but I strongly encourage</span><br>
                              <span>all of you chapter leads to find how
                                to help Nepal's people and society</span><br>
                              <span>from various ways.</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>Thanks,</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>Rio</span><br>
                              <span></span><br>
                              <span>-- </span><br>
                              <span>Riotaro OKADA</span><br>
                              <span>OWASP Japan Chapter</span><br>
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