Could you please check it out and see whether you have received the email below? If not, and only if not, could you please forward it to all Summit attendees?
I’ve received an ‘uncaught bounce notification’ and so I’d like to make sure the people are informed.
Hope you have a good rest.
I hope you are enjoying the Summit and finding it all you thought it would be.
I am happy to inform you that, as a consequence of the permanent debate and discussion that are happening at the moment, we have had a significant number of requests for creating new WS and allocating them to the Dynamic Schedule. Please note that the new sessions created added to the previously existing ones can surpass our resources to provide schedule and logistic support.
That is to say that if you want your Dynamic session to be supported, please make sure you send Sarah B the info required as soon as possible. If not decided otherwise we will be using a ‘first come, first served’ criteria.
Please let me remind that we have also changed the fixed (!?) part of our flow chart and now both Working Sessions ‘Common structure and numbering for all guides’ and ‘OWASP Common vulnerability list’ come before the ‘Testing Guide’ one.
To conclude, I regret to inform that we are cancelling the WS ‘ESAPI for Ruby’ as unfortunately Paolo Perego had a last minute situation that has prevented him to be with us. Please look at his Working Session and try and find the cycles to give him feedback.