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(Members response to Dinis Cruz email on OWASP Membership)
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''"To be honest, $100/individual/year is too expensive! I pay $119/year for an IEEE membership, and get many tangible benefits (such as insurance group rates, etc) that OWASP can't (and IMO shouldn't) offer -- at near the same cost. Something like $25 or $35 per year would be far more appropriate (similar to SourceForge individual membership)."''
 
''"To be honest, $100/individual/year is too expensive! I pay $119/year for an IEEE membership, and get many tangible benefits (such as insurance group rates, etc) that OWASP can't (and IMO shouldn't) offer -- at near the same cost. Something like $25 or $35 per year would be far more appropriate (similar to SourceForge individual membership)."''
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''"Has the steering council considered offering individual membership grades? And in particular, student memberships? I think that will be important for people enrolled in full-time academic programs, too."''

Revision as of 09:08, 21 December 2006

Members response to Dinis Cruz email on OWASP Membership

"To cut the long short: It is not that expensive but it is hard to find too much added value."

"To be honest, $100/individual/year is too expensive! I pay $119/year for an IEEE membership, and get many tangible benefits (such as insurance group rates, etc) that OWASP can't (and IMO shouldn't) offer -- at near the same cost. Something like $25 or $35 per year would be far more appropriate (similar to SourceForge individual membership)."

"Has the steering council considered offering individual membership grades? And in particular, student memberships? I think that will be important for people enrolled in full-time academic programs, too."