[OWASP-TESTING] Testing Project

Cuthbert, Daniel Daniel.Cuthbert at KPMG.co.uk
Tue Sep 9 09:35:25 EDT 2003

Who is still active? the list has been dead for a while now and it would be interesting to see who is alive or still interested?

I don't see why it should die

-----Original Message-----
From: Harinath P V [mailto:Harinathpv at ocwen.co.in]
Sent: 09 September 2003 10:40
To: 'Mark Curphey'
Cc: 'owasp-testing at lists.sourceforge.net'
Subject: RE: [OWASP-TESTING] Testing Project

It is very unfortunate to see this mail from you Mark. I wish i could take
the responsibility, but i dont think i have that great skills to manage this

But, if any senior person is taking the responsibility then i can definitely
take the initiative to assist them. 

To all other members of this wonderful project, please co-operate and take
this further up the ladder. We just cant see our dream baby going away
without coming into the world.

Your Partner in Learning, 

Harinath V Pudipeddi,
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Mark Curphey [SMTP:mark at curphey.com]
> Sent:	Saturday, September 06, 2003 8:40 AM
> To:	owasp-testing at lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject:	[OWASP-TESTING] Testing Project
> Guys,
> It is with dissapointment that I have to say I have absolutely no idea now
> how to track David Endler down or what stage this project is at. I have
> left him voice mail and email for the last two weeks but to no avail. 
> We have tried over the last 18 months to get this going and now with two
> significant false starts, I am not sure I have any optimism for it left
> and am drawing the conclusion that it maybe one we just have to put down
> to experience. This is of course a shame as this is much needed work and
> in much demand, but without a driver making it happen it will sit in this
> state forever and given the significant progress other projects are making
> it is not conclusive to good housekeeping to have an inactive project.
> If there is anyone who feels they have the time, commitment, skills and
> motivation to take the helm and make this happen pretty quick, then please
> contact me within the next week. If not I am afraid to say we are going to
> have to delete it. 
> Thanks to all of you who put effort into the project and I am personally
> sorry it appears to have died a slow and painful death. I will try and
> salvage what work was done in some way in the future.
> FYI - The Guide is coming along very nicely. This too hit some sticky
> patches. Thanks mainly to 4 (read small group) now spending a significant
> amount of time on producing version 2, it will be a great read. 
> Kind regards and again thanks for your efforts,
> Mark

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