[OWASP-wiki-editors] Wiki Cleanup
dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Mon Nov 30 02:21:10 UTC 2015
Sounds like a good plan
On 29 Nov 2015 7:27 pm, "Jim Manico" <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
> Board and others,
> Recently a wiki media and security expert - Elger Jonker - approached me
> with a desire to help the OWASP foundation reorganize the wiki and help
> ensure future edits are done in a categorized and sensible way. Elger
> provided a report on his initial analysis of the wiki and here is a summary.
> Currently, there are 8979 URLs on the OWASP wiki. This is a very large
> wiki. If we spend 10 minutes on each URL it would take ~1500 hours to just
> review each page, not to mention the need to tag, re-categorize or more.
> The wiki is broke up into three major categories.
> 1) Organizational / Community: conferences, chapters, events, meetings,
> notes, OWASP board, procedures, names of people
> 2) Knowledge: Attacks, vulnerabilities, testing, vulnerabilities, business
> 3) Projects: Tools and content that overlap with knowledge resources
> They rate is estimated about 40%, 30%, 30%. Not all pages are that easy to
> Here is a full list of pages that make up all of the wiki.
> I'd like to hire Elger to serve as a technical consultant to assist me in
> a deeper effort to re-organize and clean up the current wiki.
> In general, I am happy to take lead on the wiki and website redesign
> project. I would like to complete my promise to the community before my
> board tenure ends on December 31, 2016. One of the final goals is to
> enable editorial controls on the wiki for a more formal review process
> around appsec content. I am happy to serve as one of the chief editors of
> the wiki after my board tenure is over or until someone is hired to take on
> this duty.
> Jim Manico
> Global Board Member
> OWASP Foundation
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