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'''Part of the conference organization'''
'''Part of the conference organization'''
* Cassio Goldschmidt - '''Los Angeles Chapter''
* Cassio Goldschmidt - ''Los Angeles Chapter''
* Tin  Zaw - '''Los Angeles Chapter''
* Tin  Zaw - ''Los Angeles Chapter''
* Richard Greenberg - '''Los Angeles Chapter'''
* Richard Greenberg - ''Los Angeles Chapter''
* Neil Matatall - '''Orange County Chapter'''
* Neil Matatall - ''Orange County Chapter''
===Also attending (part of OWASP community)===
===Also attending (part of OWASP community)===

Revision as of 06:41, 26 August 2010

Page to manage the participation of the OWASP leaders at the AppSec USA in Irvine USA

Attending Leaders - Confirmed

  • Dan Cornell - San Antonio Chapter
  • Tony UV - Atlanta Chapter
  • Jim Manico - Podcast Project
  • Michael Coates - AppSensor project
  • Martin Knobloch - Education and Connections Committee
  • Robert Hansen - Connections Committee
  • Matt Tesauro - Live CD project, Board Member
  • Dave Wichers - Top 10 project, Board Member
  • Tom Brennan - RFP Criteria project, Board Member
  • Jeff Williams - EASPI project, Board Member
  • Dinis Cruz - O2 Platform project, Board Member

Part of the conference organization

  • Cassio Goldschmidt - Los Angeles Chapter
  • Tin Zaw - Los Angeles Chapter
  • Richard Greenberg - Los Angeles Chapter
  • Neil Matatall - Orange County Chapter

Also attending (part of OWASP community)

  • Joseph Dawson

Attending Leaders - TBC

  • Lorna Alamri - Connections Committee

Key WebAppSec players

objective: identfy potential synergies between WebAppSec industry players and OWASP leaders (for example too meet and have a meeting)

  • Firefox Browser
    • There are a number of Firefox employees participating and they have shown interest in talking to OWAPS about how we can work together

Developers and QA participating

Sponsored by an OWASP Chapter

  • TBC

Question:Should we also do the same tracking for other Developers and QA/Testing professionals?

To do (tasks)

  • for each each participant
    • link to MediaWiki user page
    • add twitter accounts
  • Travel arrangements
    • map travel dates
    • when/where they are arriving
    • where are they staying
  • figure out what to do with the leaders when they are there
  • should we create a welcome pack for these leaders?
  • should we see if they need help in their travel arrangements?
  • should we see if its possible to find a local host for the accomodation (it is always better than going into an hotel)?
  • do we need a budget? if so, how much?