[Owasp-southafrica] OWASP South Africa

Charl van der Walt charl at sensepost.com
Fri Mar 26 12:56:13 EDT 2010


I wouldn't worry too much about finding something in the middle - I'm pretty sure all of us GP folk would be happy to make a trip to JHB. Does it have to be a 'closed' venue, or would a restaurant work? One option might be to ask ITWeb if they'd let us use their conference room - I'm almost sure they wouldn't mind...


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> It seems that CT and JHB (yes, PTA folks - we acknowledge your protests)
> seem to have the most interest. Unless someone has access to a tele-presence
> centre its probably safe to say that we would need to organise separate
> events for these major centres.
> Gauteng people, having participated in user groups before I know that people
> dont always like to travel between the 2 major cities. Would it be possibly
> to arrange an inaugural/"i want to help" meetup in the middle somewhere?
> Midrand/Centurion? Lots of InfoSec people based in Centurion. I live in JHB,
> work in PTA and am willing to travel.
> After polling a couple of developers it seems OWASP awareness is very low
> where it counts.
> Thanks again for all the responses!
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