Working Sessions Methodology
Revision as of 15:35, 6 October 2008 by Mroxberr
Working Session Rules
- Each Working Session must have a Chair and a Secretary.
- The OWASP Board invites the Working Session Chair and this one invites the Secretary.
- Although every registered people can (and is invited to) attend all Working Sessions, in terms of discussion, each Working Session Chair may choose from two available options:
- "Everybody is a Participant",
- "Participants + Attendees".
- The Working Session must be lead by its chair accordingly to the Roberts Rules of Order.
- Working Sessions will produce Motions of OWASP Initiatives, Statements, and Decisions.
- All Motions will be approved by Simple Majority of the participants.
- The Secretary must write down all approved Motions.
- OWASP Board Reserves Veto and Tabling Authority.
Working Session Promotion
- The chair is responsible for promotion of their working session, describing its specific purpose and goals in order to recruit attendees and garner publicity.
- Chairs will need to make sure their working group page is managed
- Working sessions that are under 7 attendees may be removed from the Summit agenda.