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'''This document is a draft written by the [[Global_Chapter_Committee|global chapter committee]] and expected to be ready during 2009. The current handbook version can be found [[Chapter_Leader_Handbook|here]]'''
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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.  
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== Table Of Contents ==
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; [[Chapter Handbook: Chapter's life cycle|Chapter's life cycle]]
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* Starting and restarting a chapter
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* Chapter's structure
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** Roles
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** Appointments and elections
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* Conflict of interest
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** Proper disclosure guidelines
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* Minimum activity requirements
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; [[Chapter Handbook: Operations|Operations]]
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* Rules for running a chapter
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* Managing money
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* Managing the local chapter list
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** Disclosure of member details
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* CPE credits
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; [[Chapter Handbook: Conferences and meetings|Conferences and meetings]]
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* Speakers
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* Sponsorship
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* OWASP on the move
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; [[Chapter Handbook: Marketing and growing a chapter|Marketing and growing a chapter]]
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* Branding
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* Cooperating with other organizations
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* Social networks
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* Media
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* Metrics for success

Revision as of 01:23, 2 July 2009

This document is a draft written by the global chapter committee and expected to be ready during 2009. The current handbook version can be found here

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.

Table Of Contents

Chapter's life cycle
  • Starting and restarting a chapter
  • Chapter's structure
    • Roles
    • Appointments and elections
  • Conflict of interest
    • Proper disclosure guidelines
  • Minimum activity requirements
Operations
  • Rules for running a chapter
  • Managing money
  • Managing the local chapter list
    • Disclosure of member details
  • CPE credits
Conferences and meetings
  • Speakers
  • Sponsorship
  • OWASP on the move
Marketing and growing a chapter
  • Branding
  • Cooperating with other organizations
  • Social networks
  • Media
  • Metrics for success

Media in category "Chapter Handbook"

The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total.