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If you would like a paper copy of any one of these letters signed by the OWASP Foundation, please contact [mailto:sarah.baso@owasp.org Sarah Baso] or [mailto:kate.hartmann@owasp.org Kate Hartmann]. These letters can be sent to you or directly to your employer. Be sure to indicate which letter you need and where the letter should be sent!
 
If you would like a paper copy of any one of these letters signed by the OWASP Foundation, please contact [mailto:sarah.baso@owasp.org Sarah Baso] or [mailto:kate.hartmann@owasp.org Kate Hartmann]. These letters can be sent to you or directly to your employer. Be sure to indicate which letter you need and where the letter should be sent!
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Latest revision as of 12:22, 18 January 2011

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Contents

Presentations

These presentations provide more information about the Summit:

Template Attendee Letters

These documents are templates for Summit invitation letters that attendees can use to submit to their employers to support their attendance at the Summit:

If you would like a paper copy of any one of these letters signed by the OWASP Foundation, please contact Sarah Baso or Kate Hartmann. These letters can be sent to you or directly to your employer. Be sure to indicate which letter you need and where the letter should be sent!

Press and Announcements

OWASP All email sent January 14, 2011

Template Invitation Letters

These documents are templates that OWASP community members can use to send an invitation directly to an individual, organization, university, or government entity that they feel should participate in the Summit:

If you would like a paper copy of any one of these letters signed by the OWASP Foundation, please contact Sarah Baso or Kate Hartmann. These letters can be sent to you or directly to your employer. Be sure to indicate which letter you need and where the letter should be sent!