[OWASP-TESTING] back to work

Dan Cuthbert dan at idsec.com
Tue Jan 21 10:55:52 EST 2003

just to go back to this, will we be able to add more of the technical
descriptions of how to test for certain stuff at a later date (or is
this the plan and im loosing the plot faster than i thought?)



On Tue, 2003-01-14 at 17:31, David Endler wrote:
> Hi all,
> Sorry I was AWOL for a while, i went on an impromptu and extended trip to
> Croatia which I will be glad to explain over a beer the next time you are in
> the Washington, DC area.  The pictures are even more entertaining.  At any
> rate, I apologize for yet another delay in the publication of the document.
> In general, I've been making lots of changes with the philosophy that we
> need more method, and less technique for now in the initial draft.  I thank
> those of you who sent me updated versions of your sections based on my
> requests. 
> I'd like to hand off the next version to the group with my changes for one
> more sanity check next week.  If we deem it worthy enough for a release,
> then I'm thinking end of month once all the i's are dotted.  Thanks for
> being patient through this lengthy editorial process.
> -dave
> David Endler, CISSP
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