[VIM] bye milw0rm?!
dennis.groves at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 21:44:20 UTC 2009
I am glad to see the resource remain - it is really a very generous
and important contribution to the field of security. Thank you.
Perhaps you could automate the task, and/or open up the site to
volunteers (you trust) to validate and approve issues for the site to
help with the backlog and allow you to step away when it gets
Dennis Groves // dennis.groves at gmail.com // +44 07878 390162
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lessons the hard way. When looking back years later, you know
everything happened for the best. “That every event is the right one.
Look closely and you’ll see. Not just the right one overall, but
right. As if someone had weighed it out with scales.” –Marcus Aurelius
On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 9:18 PM, WebAPP<webapp at web-app.org> wrote:
> That's a great idea and how I have been doing it for the past couple years
> at my Web Directory. There are just too many to keep up with on a steady
> basis. 10,000 pending? Haha I don't think so but I try to keep up where I
> Anyways I'm glad to hear you are staying with the site str0ke. It's a great
> resource as well as you being an important contributor to the security
> community and the Web Development world in general.
> Thanks for all you have done.
> Jos Brown
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "security curmudgeon"
> <jericho at attrition.org>
> To: "Vulnerability Information Managers" <vim at attrition.org>
> Sent: Thursday, July 09, 2009 12:32 PM
> Subject: Re: [VIM] bye milw0rm?!
>> On Thu, 9 Jul 2009, str0ke wrote:
>> : I guess I'll take the many. Way to many people unhappy with me over the
>> : idea of closing shop. I just needed help which I have alot of people to
>> : choose from now. Damn box died yesterday from the hits and I didn't
>> : have a stable internet connection to login to reboot it :(
>> Just make it clear. You get submissions, you handle them as you can, on
>> your schedule. =)
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