[OWASP-TESTING] RE: Technical Editor for OWASP Testing Project Needed
Andrew Van Der Stock
avanderstock at b-sec.com
Sun Apr 25 20:08:52 EDT 2004
Yes, Friday is fine. It's only 48 pages.
If I have specific comments for particular authors to understand what they've written, I would post to the testing list?
From: Mark Curphey [mailto:mark at curphey.com]
Sent: Mon 26/04/2004 10:02 AM
To: Andrew Van Der Stock
Cc: owasp-testing at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: RE: Technical Editor for OWASP Testing Project Needed
That is so awesome. I would really like to be able to get this out later this week (before end of month) as we have long promised.
The main challenge is that Chapter 4 doesn't fit from a grammatical, length or content perspective.
The aim of this Part 1 is to be the What, Why, When, Where of Tetsing with Part 2 being the How. Ie aprt from the Testing Framework we should just be introducing concepts, techniques and ideas. Part 2 will cover details HOw To's.
Could we get an updated draft by Friday ?
---- Andrew Van Der Stock <avanderstock at b-sec.com> wrote:
> I have time this week and what you're asking is what I do all day :) Shoot me a draft and I'll get it back to you. I can QA about 20 pages an hour.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Curphey [mailto:mark at curphey.com]
> Sent: Mon 26/04/2004 8:57 AM
> To: webappsec at securityfocus.com
> Subject: Technical Editor for OWASP Testing Project Needed
> We have now written 95% of the text for Part 1 of the OWASP Testing Guide (the last 5% will be done this week). We want to move on to Part 2 but need to finsih this first.
> As is natural with projects with multiple authors, the current draft is in need of some love and attention. Essentially it needs a good technical author to take the draft and make it read well and look nice.
> Anyone with such skills and time to help us this week (sorry it needs to be done this week) ? If so please contact me offline from the list.
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