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Re: [802SEC] EC Action Items Status Update


The 802.20 Withdrawal Sponsor Ballots have opened and will close on 25 February 2018.


Jonathan Goldberg
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On Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 1:47 PM, John DAmbrosia <> wrote:


Below is list of action items from Nov Plenary, and status update based on emails. Please review the list below and provide any necessary updates.


John DAmbrosia

Recording Secretary, IEEE 802 LMSC

Nov 2017 Opening

·       Item 5.011 - Goldberg to resolve if declaration of affiliation is necessary for pre-PAR activities.

o       Per Goldberg - For PAR Study Groups, yes Declaration of Affiliation is required as per Sponsor Baseline P&Ps 5.4.1 

·       Item 5.011 - Goldberg - Determine if IMAT is not sufficient to collect information required.

o       Per Goldberg

§        As of now, IMAT can only record a single affiliation based on the user record in myProject.

§       However, myProject does allow for multiple affiliations to be captured in a user's profile

§       All affiliations may be captured by accessing the individual's Account area in myProject, following the Affiliation Information link and entering all affiliations separated by a semicolon

·       Item 5.011 - Goldberg to update presentation before giving to other WGs this week, based on issues raised in EC.

o       Per Goldberg

§       The requirements are Name and Affiliation(s) (Employer is to ALWAYS be considered an affiliation)

§       Sign-in sheets should include Name, Employer and any of other Affiliation(s)

·       Item 5.011 - Goldberg to create document to educate chairs on requirements.

o       Per Goldberg - Staff will work on creating a minimum Declaration of Affiliation requirements document to be shared with 802 Chairs

·       Item 5.012 - Goldberg to ensure International Version of standards that are withdrawn are correctly noted in the IEEE SA database as such and to ensure they are withdrawn from ISO/IEC/JTC1 as appropriate.

o       Per Goldberg

§       IEEE does not inform other SDOs of withdrawn standards

§       Currently, there is no obligation for international SDOs to inform IEEE of IEEE adoptions that have been withdrawn

§       IEEE checks intermittently for withdrawn standards and updates the database of standards

·       Item 5.012 - Goldberg : Determine if the SASB rules state that  there are three types of inactive standards status as reflected in the IEEE-SA FAQ

o       Per Goldberg - IEEE-SA FAQs have been updated with the latest categories of standards.

·       Item 5.12 -     Stephens to review results of pseudo ballot on guidelines related to detecting dominance with Gilb to see what, if any, changes to rules are necessary.

·       Item 6.04 -     Canchi to work with Goldberg to initiate sponsor ballot to withdraw 802.20.

Nov 2017 Closing

·       Item 4.04      

o       Gilb - update P&P using new baseline (plus dominance remedy text)

o       Gilb - update OM (ICAID and Public Statement)

·       Item 7.021      Mody -  Postpone “IEEE 802.22b Response to the China NB for the ISO/IEC/JTC1 FDIS Ballot to EC email ballot. 

·       Item 8.01       Stephens - to be the single point of contact for interacting with Newman on next gen myballot/tools

·       Item 8.031      Myles to withdraw 8802-1/2001, 15802-1/1996, 15802-3/1998, 802.5 based standards from ISO/IEC/JTC1

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