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=== CONGRATULATIONS!  YOU'RE GOING TO HOST AN OWASP PROJECTS EVENT MODULE! ===
  
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The purpose of these guidelines is to give our conference and event planners a general idea of how to plan, prepare, and deliver an OWASP Projects Event Module at any given OWASP event. While it is almost impossible to cover every aspect of planning, we think we have put together a fairly comprehensive series of recommendations. Planning the event itself is very hard work that takes dedication, great time management, and a great team. It can also be a very rewarding experience for all those involved. The following tabs focus on event modules dedicated to our Open Source OWASP Projects. We have developed different activities that engage our OWASP Project Leaders, and help spread the word on the amazing work done by your fellow community members. These event modules are optional activities that can be added to your conference or event. I recommend familiarising yourself with the different types of modules so you can get a better idea of what our OWASP Project Leaders can offer your attendees. If you have questions about planning the overall conference, we recommend referring to the main [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/How_to_Host_a_Conference conference pages].
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Latest revision as of 14:43, 1 May 2013

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU'RE GOING TO HOST AN OWASP PROJECTS EVENT MODULE!

The purpose of these guidelines is to give our conference and event planners a general idea of how to plan, prepare, and deliver an OWASP Projects Event Module at any given OWASP event. While it is almost impossible to cover every aspect of planning, we think we have put together a fairly comprehensive series of recommendations. Planning the event itself is very hard work that takes dedication, great time management, and a great team. It can also be a very rewarding experience for all those involved. The following tabs focus on event modules dedicated to our Open Source OWASP Projects. We have developed different activities that engage our OWASP Project Leaders, and help spread the word on the amazing work done by your fellow community members. These event modules are optional activities that can be added to your conference or event. I recommend familiarising yourself with the different types of modules so you can get a better idea of what our OWASP Project Leaders can offer your attendees. If you have questions about planning the overall conference, we recommend referring to the main conference pages.


Questions?

Contact the OWASP Staff