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'''This document is the new chapter handbook, written by the [[Global Chapter Committee|global chapter committee]]. The old handbook can be found [[Chapter Leader Handbook (OLD)|here]]'''  
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'''The Chapter Handbook v.2, was last revised and approved by the [[Global Chapter Committee|global chapter committee]] in December 2011.'''
  
 
The Chapter handbook is the most useful tool that any chapter leader can have. There are a number of existing documents, references and OWASP material available to chapter leaders, however this handbook will become overtime the primary reference point for all chapters.  If you have questions or need help contact someone at OWASP Foundation  [https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/owasp.org/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dFN1R2NIMTNROXN3dml4ZEcxXzJQYXc6MQ#gid=0 Click Here to Contact Us]  
 
The Chapter handbook is the most useful tool that any chapter leader can have. There are a number of existing documents, references and OWASP material available to chapter leaders, however this handbook will become overtime the primary reference point for all chapters.  If you have questions or need help contact someone at OWASP Foundation  [https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/owasp.org/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dFN1R2NIMTNROXN3dml4ZEcxXzJQYXc6MQ#gid=0 Click Here to Contact Us]  
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[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp_chapters Chapter Leader Mailing list]
 
[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp_chapters Chapter Leader Mailing list]
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Rules|Chapter's Rules]]
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 1: Handbook Overview|Chapter 1: Handbook Overview]]
* A summary of the things you must follow. The rest of this book include rules, tips, guides: in short everything you may need when you run a chapter.
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:1.1 About OWASP
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:1.2 The Purpose of OWASP Chapters
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:1.3 The Purpose of the Chapter Handbook
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:1.4 Contact Us: Comments, Suggestions, & Questions
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Chapter's life cycle|Chapter's life cycle]]
 
  
* Starting or Restarting a chapter
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 2: Mandatory Chapter Rules|Chapter 2: Mandatory Chapter Rules]]
* Country-wide vs. local chapters
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:2.1 Organize free and open meetings
* Terminating a Chapter
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:2.2 Hold a minimum of 2 local chapter meetings or events each year
* Chapter Structure, board and leadership
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:2.3 Give official meeting notice through the wiki, chapter mailing list, and OWASP Calendar.
* Elections & Polls
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:2.4 Abide by OWASP principles and the code of ethics
* Minimum activity requirements
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:2.5 Protect the privacy of the chapter’s local contacts
* Finding a new leader
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:2.6 Maintain vendor neutrality (act independently)
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:2.7 Spend any chapter funds in accordance with the OWASP goals, code of ethics, and principles
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:2.8 Chapter Oversight
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Ethics|Ethics]]
 
  
*Presentation etiquette
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 3: How to Start a Chapter|Chapter 3: How to Start a Chapter]]
*Sponsorship etiquette
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:3.1 Start-up Information
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:3.2 New Chapter Approval Process
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:3.3 Chapter Naming
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:3.4 Geographic area
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:3.5 Student, University, or Academic Chapters
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Managing Money|Managing Money]]
 
* What can money be spent on?
 
* How should expenses be authorized?
 
  
;[[Chapter_Handbook:_Mailing_list_and_Invites|Mailing list and invites]]
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 4: Chapter Administration|Chapter 4: Chapter Administration]]
* List Usage
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:4.1 Owasp.org Email Accounts
* Recruiting List Members
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:4.2 OWASP Wiki
* Invites & RSVPs
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:4.3 Local Domain Names
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:4.4 Mailing Lists
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:4.5 Social Media
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:4.6 Organizing Your Contacts
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:4.7 Handling Money
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::4.7.1 Spending Guidelines
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::4.7.2 Additional Expense Policies
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::4.7.3 Reimbursement Process
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::4.7.4 Chapter Budgets
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::4.7.5 Money not Tracked by the Foundation
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:4.8 Charging for Events
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:4.9 Insurance
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:4.10 (Signing) Contracts
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Conferences and meetings|Conferences and meetings]]
 
  
*Speakers
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 5: Governance|Chapter 5: Governance]]
*Sponsorship
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:5.1 Chapter Leadership
*OWASP on the move
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:5.2 Transferring Leadership
*CPE credits
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:5.3 Chapter Elections
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:5.4 Chapter Bylaws
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:5.5 Legal Entity
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:5.6 Disputes
  
;[[Chapter Handbook: Marketing and growing a chapter|Marketing and growing a chapter]]
 
  
*Web
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 6: Chapter Activity|Chapter 6: Chapter Activity]]
*Branding
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:6.1 Chapter Activity Requirements
*Cooperating with other organizations
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:6.2 Inactive Chapters
*Social networks
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:6.3 Restarting an Inactive Chapter
*Media
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:6.4 Call for Help
*Metrics for success
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'''Supported by the [[Global Chapter Committee]]'''
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 7: Organizing Chapter Meetings|Chapter 7: Organizing Chapter Meetings]]
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:7.1 Meeting Formulas
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:7.2 Before - Planning the Meeting
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::7.2.1 Getting a Speaker
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::7.2.2 OWASP on the Move
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::7.2.3 Speaker Agreement
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::7.2.4 Meeting Venue
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::7.2.5 Setting a Date and Time
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::7.2.6 Posting Meeting Info on the Wiki
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::7.2.7 Catering
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::7.2.8 Sponsors & Affiliates
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::7.2.9 Meeting Promotion
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::7.2.10 OWASP Calendar
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::7.2.11 RSVPs
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::7.2.12 OWASP Merchandise
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::7.2.13 PPT Template
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::7.2.14 Screening Presentations
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::7.2.15 Remote Participation
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::7.2.16 Speaker Gifts
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::7.2.17 Communication
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:7.3 During the Meeting
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::7.3.1 Meeting Set-Up
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::7.3.2 Video Recording
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::7.3.3 Time Management
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::7.3.4 Meeting Content
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::7.3.5 Collecting CPE Forms
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::7.3.6 Collecting Feedback
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::7.3.7 Networking/Social Events
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:7.4 After the Meeting
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::7.4.1 Meeting Minutes (and Photos)
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::7.4.2 Posting Presentations and Recordings
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::7.4.3 Follow-up Communication
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::7.4.4 Certificate of Attendance
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 8: Organizing Local Events|Chapter 8: Organizing Local Events]]
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:8.1 Local OWASP Days
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:8.2 OWASP Training Days
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:8.3 Regional Roadshows
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 9: Growing and Promoting your Chapter|Chapter 9: Growing and Promoting your Chapter]]
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:9.1 Setting Goals
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:9.2 Surveys
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:9.3 Outreach
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:9.4 Recruiting List Members
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:9.5 Promotional Materials
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:9.6 Raising Funds
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:9.7 Spawning Other Chapters
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Chapter 10: International Issues|Chapter 10: International Issues]]
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:10.1 Translation
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:10.2 Localization
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:10.3 Adjusted Memberships Fees
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:10.4 Material distribution
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;[[Chapter Handbook/Appendix|Appendix]]
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:OWASP Sponsored Travel Guidelines
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:[[Chapter_Handbook:_FAQ|FAQ]]

Revision as of 13:10, 28 December 2011

The Chapter Handbook v.2, was last revised and approved by the global chapter committee in December 2011.

The Chapter handbook is the most useful tool that any chapter leader can have. There are a number of existing documents, references and OWASP material available to chapter leaders, however this handbook will become overtime the primary reference point for all chapters. If you have questions or need help contact someone at OWASP Foundation Click Here to Contact Us

Table Of Contents

Chapter Leader Mailing list

Chapter 1: Handbook Overview
1.1 About OWASP
1.2 The Purpose of OWASP Chapters
1.3 The Purpose of the Chapter Handbook
1.4 Contact Us: Comments, Suggestions, & Questions


Chapter 2: Mandatory Chapter Rules
2.1 Organize free and open meetings
2.2 Hold a minimum of 2 local chapter meetings or events each year
2.3 Give official meeting notice through the wiki, chapter mailing list, and OWASP Calendar.
2.4 Abide by OWASP principles and the code of ethics
2.5 Protect the privacy of the chapter’s local contacts
2.6 Maintain vendor neutrality (act independently)
2.7 Spend any chapter funds in accordance with the OWASP goals, code of ethics, and principles
2.8 Chapter Oversight


Chapter 3: How to Start a Chapter
3.1 Start-up Information
3.2 New Chapter Approval Process
3.3 Chapter Naming
3.4 Geographic area
3.5 Student, University, or Academic Chapters


Chapter 4: Chapter Administration
4.1 Owasp.org Email Accounts
4.2 OWASP Wiki
4.3 Local Domain Names
4.4 Mailing Lists
4.5 Social Media
4.6 Organizing Your Contacts
4.7 Handling Money
4.7.1 Spending Guidelines
4.7.2 Additional Expense Policies
4.7.3 Reimbursement Process
4.7.4 Chapter Budgets
4.7.5 Money not Tracked by the Foundation
4.8 Charging for Events
4.9 Insurance
4.10 (Signing) Contracts


Chapter 5: Governance
5.1 Chapter Leadership
5.2 Transferring Leadership
5.3 Chapter Elections
5.4 Chapter Bylaws
5.5 Legal Entity
5.6 Disputes


Chapter 6: Chapter Activity
6.1 Chapter Activity Requirements
6.2 Inactive Chapters
6.3 Restarting an Inactive Chapter
6.4 Call for Help


Chapter 7: Organizing Chapter Meetings
7.1 Meeting Formulas
7.2 Before - Planning the Meeting
7.2.1 Getting a Speaker
7.2.2 OWASP on the Move
7.2.3 Speaker Agreement
7.2.4 Meeting Venue
7.2.5 Setting a Date and Time
7.2.6 Posting Meeting Info on the Wiki
7.2.7 Catering
7.2.8 Sponsors & Affiliates
7.2.9 Meeting Promotion
7.2.10 OWASP Calendar
7.2.11 RSVPs
7.2.12 OWASP Merchandise
7.2.13 PPT Template
7.2.14 Screening Presentations
7.2.15 Remote Participation
7.2.16 Speaker Gifts
7.2.17 Communication
7.3 During the Meeting
7.3.1 Meeting Set-Up
7.3.2 Video Recording
7.3.3 Time Management
7.3.4 Meeting Content
7.3.5 Collecting CPE Forms
7.3.6 Collecting Feedback
7.3.7 Networking/Social Events
7.4 After the Meeting
7.4.1 Meeting Minutes (and Photos)
7.4.2 Posting Presentations and Recordings
7.4.3 Follow-up Communication
7.4.4 Certificate of Attendance


Chapter 8: Organizing Local Events
8.1 Local OWASP Days
8.2 OWASP Training Days
8.3 Regional Roadshows


Chapter 9: Growing and Promoting your Chapter
9.1 Setting Goals
9.2 Surveys
9.3 Outreach
9.4 Recruiting List Members
9.5 Promotional Materials
9.6 Raising Funds
9.7 Spawning Other Chapters


Chapter 10: International Issues
10.1 Translation
10.2 Localization
10.3 Adjusted Memberships Fees
10.4 Material distribution


Appendix
OWASP Sponsored Travel Guidelines
FAQ

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