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Thanks Adrian for pointing this out.
For clarification, would it be safe to define "non-trivial" as an amendment or revision that does NOT alter the format or content of an address field? For example an amendment that added only new PHY capabilities but had no MAC changes (which might not otherwise be considered trivial), or a an amendment with additional MAC features that do not alter in any way the addressing fields (e.g. add Information Elements but no new frame formats).?
Or should we just always assume "yes" and let the RAC know, just to be safe?
On 1/3/2018 2:17 AM, Adrian Stephens wrote:
Dear EC members,
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