[OWASP-Raleigh, NC] OWASP NC/Raleigh

Steve Pinkham steve.pinkham at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 14:25:44 EST 2011

As you may have seen, Michael Menefee has stepped down from his
leadership role in the group.  I'd like to thank him for the leadership
he's provided(how long was it anyway Michael?).

I paid for the Meetup account to continue which makes me the default
leader at the moment, but I'd be happy to share that role or pass it off
to someone else who might be interested.

What would you all like to see happen with the group?
For myself, I'd like it to continue in some fashion, but not sure what
it should look like.

A few ideas I've had:

1)Take on a group project. OWASP has tons of projects that need help,
and there's always more to be started.  I wouldn't want it to be the
only thing the group is about, but it would provide some more focus.
2)switch to a lunchtime or dinner more "social" meetup.  This would take
the pressure off of always needing a "main event" presentation, and
would foster more sharing of the projects each person is involved in.  I
know a lot of you are doing interesting things, and I'd love to hear
more about them.
3)Take over other groups for a night ;-) Security folks are particularly
bad about hanging out in their own echo chamber.  It would be good to
interface more with the existing web design/Ruby/python/Linux/Agile
development groups.  I've talked with the web design group leader before
about that, and he was interested.

What do you all think? Any other ideas?
 | Steven Pinkham, Security Consultant    |
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