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From Kate:

  1. Be constructive. An idea is a seed and needs to be nurtured. If you do not agree with the idea, come up with an alternative, don’t just shoot it down.
  2. Be flexible. We can’t all get our way all the time.
  3. Follow through and be honest. If you say you are going to do something, please do it. if you don’t’ have time to do something, say that too.
  4. Encourage your committee members to follow the discussions and to channel their ideas up to you. Let’s keep this the leadership board.
  5. Be creative! Come up with new ways of thinking and opportunities to make things happen!
  6. Hold everything against the Core Values and Core Principles. http://www.owasp.org/index.php/About_OWASP These are in the process of being updated.
  7. Be considerate of other’s time. I am the only one who doesn’t really have anything else to do than talk about OWASP. Let’s use this time to make decisions and move forward, not to debate.

Base Committee Governance Rules

My thought is that we can have a common "base rules" for how committees conduct business, membership, voting, minimum meeting frequency, removing members, chair elections ....... and then extend these rules as applicable to each committee. To get started, we can look at the relevant sections of the document the Conferences Committee passed late last year (http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Global_Conferences_Committee_Governance). With some minimal tweaking I think we can update the relevant sections to apply across committees. I've taken a stab below (note some of this language was stolen from current by-laws)

Mark.bristow

Committee Missions

  • What is a committee?
  • What is the mission of each Committee?

Jason Li 01:02, 11 March 2011 (EST)

OWASP Points Program

Summit_2011_Working_Sessions/Session071 OWASP Points

Mark.bristow

Shared Budget Items

  • Administrative Support?
  • Marketing/Promotion?
  • Committee Summit?

Jason Li 01:02, 11 March 2011 (EST)

Raising Revenue

  • Individual Membership Dues
    • Increase
    • Tiered
  • Corporate Membership Dues
    • Increase
    • Tiered
  • Conference Tickets
    • Increase
    • Tiered
  • Other Revenue Streams?
    • Markup on Lulu printing?
    • Hardcopy software distribution?

Jason Li 01:02, 11 March 2011 (EST)

Cross-Committee Concerns

  • OWASP Conferences Track (Conferences, Projects, Education)
  • OWASP Academies (Chapters, Education)
  • Industry + Connections merger?

Jason Li 01:02, 11 March 2011 (EST)