[Owasp_cornucopia] Cornucopia at AppSecEU
colin.watson at owasp.org
Tue Jun 2 07:44:27 UTC 2015
PS The record sheet used in the video is available here:
On 1 June 2015 at 18:35, Colin Watson <colin.watson at owasp.org> wrote:
> Cornucopia Project List (and a few others BCC'd)
> We had a few Cornucopia things happening at AppSec EU in Amsterdam
> last week. Here's my report:
> Project Summit
> There have been request for more information about how to play
> Cornucopia. Of course you can play amy game you like, but the most
> important thing is to capture the knowledge and concerns identified
> during the game. So we decided to make a short video to help explain
> the standard rules, and highlight this aspect.
> I have just uploaded the completed Cornucopia "how to play" video to YouTube:
> It is a mixture of videos, stills and audio voiceovers, 6 minutes
> long. Please have a look, and give it the thumbs up or whatever, and
> also share the link with people you know.
> I would especially like to thank:
> * Oana Cornea
> Oana is an active OWASP contributor from Romania who specifically came
> to the summit to attend the Cornucopia session, and gave us the
> impetus to complete the script, stills and videos. Oana was also
> responsible for direction, script writing and some of the filming. We
> were short of participants and the following volunteers paused their
> other project summit tasks to help as players and other parts in our
> * Johanna Curiel
> * Luis Enriquez
> * Timo Goosen
> * John Herrlin
> * Marios Kourtesis
> * Antonis Manaras
> * Ravishankar Sahadevan
> * Tao Sauvage
> Thank you all for your assistance. Your names have been added to the
> project's acknowledgements page:
> Your names will be added to the next version of the source game
> document (currently v1.10).
> We hope this isn't the only Cornucopia video, and would encourage
> others to make their own and upload them.
> Delegate Bags
> I wrote a Cornucopia flyer which was included in every delegate's bag
> (500 of them). On the reverse was some information about Snakes &
> Ladders. They were written & designed by me at no cost, and the
> printing was funded by OWASP, through its community fund. Thank you to
> OWASP for that.
> The Illustrator source file, and PDFs, for the flyer will be uploaded
> in due course.
> Other Activity
> OWASP is developing an online store, so the OWASP-branded decks can be
> purchased by anyone, not just via local chapter funds. I understand
> that large quantities (scores at a time) are being purchased by some
> companies already.
> Colin Watson
> OWASP Cornucopia Project Leader
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