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Revision as of 15:14, 16 December 2010

Use this page to capture discussion about the OWASP website leading up to the working session.

My goal is to have a proposal documenting stages of change for OWASP website put together before Summit so we can present and go over it as a group for discussion - User:Jason Li

Subdomain Proposal

Propose subdomain migration:

  • Move away from Wiki
    •** redirects to ->
    • wiki continues to be available as incubator for more mature content
  • Main OWASP page
    • is a CMS controlled page with editor approved content
    • not necessarily a Wiki
    • (professionally) designed to be geared towards public consumption
  • Projects Home
    • -> new home for all OWASP projects
    • ideally leverages Google Project Hosting combined with Google Code Review
    • provides centralized repository for downloading all projects
    • provides consistent look and feel to all projects
  • Forums
    • -> message boards
    • supersedes mailing lists
    • must be backwards compatible and transparent with current mailing list infrastructure
  • Conferences Page
    • -> home for central conferences
  • Community Page
    • community home page to encourage ecosystem
    • can hold chapter home pages
    • base for OPoints?

User:Jason Li

Perhaps we also need to discuss (and not discuss):

  • Search
    • Main site(s)
    • Content elsewhere?
  • Implementation
    • Hosting
    • Security aspects
  • (avoid talking about the logo!)