Global Committee Assessment
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that the information of this questionnaire will be made public on the XX of July 2009 (i.e two weeks after the "request for answers").
1. What is your name and email address?
2. To which committee do you belong?
3. When did you join your committee?
4. What is the frequency that your committee meets?
Every 2 weeks
Every 3 weeks
5. How active (on average) is your committee ?
6. How frequently are you are able to make committee meetings?
Less then half
7. What work has your committee been engaged in? What contributions has it made to the OWASP community?
e.g. Created a ppt presentation for chapter meetings about membership, Commented on NIST Document 801-55, ...
8. What significant contributions have you made to the work of your committee?
e.g. Provided input on NIST Document 801-55, Update the committee Wiki page with summaries of our committees meetings, ...
9. What contributions have been made by other committee members?
If there are 3 other committee members: Alice, Bob and Charles, then you might enter the following: Alice: Found the venue and negotiated the contract for the next conference. Created the conference page. Bob: Unsure. Charles: Lined up the first of two keynote addresses for the conference. Modified the speaker agreement to account for the new venue.
10. How frequently do the other committee members make meetings?
Use the same scale as question 5 after each member's name where "Very often" = 1, "About half" = 3, and "Seldom" = 5 * e.g. If there are 3 other committee members: Alice, Bob and Charles, then you might enter the following “Alice 2, Bob 5, Charles 4”
11. Does your committee need more members? If so, how many?
12. What is your wish list for your committee? What would you like to see added, changed, removed or modified about your committee?
13. What could/should the OWASP board to help your committee with it work?
14. What can be improved about the Global Committees or your committee specifically? Please provide any suggestions of comments you may have.
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