Re: +++ SEC Rules Change Ballot
I think I am going to vote DISAPPROVE on this because it puts the creation
of a new project down to the TIC2 level. I don't think that was the
intention. In 802.3 the creation of a project has always been a technical
At 04:05 AM 11/12/99 -0600, Bill Lidinsky wrote:
>At the SEC meeting in Kauai on Thursday 11 November 1999 the SEC
>approved submitting this IEEE 802 Operating Rules change to ballot.
>The proposed Rules Change deals with changes to the process for voting
>procedures for a Working Group on procedural issues and technical
>issues at 802 Plenaries, interim Working Group meetings, and in
>between Plenary meetings. The changes involve the following sections:
>188.8.131.52 Chair's Function
>184.108.40.206 Voting on Technical Issues
>In addition there are minor changes to two other sections so that they
>refer to the above two sections correctly. These two other sections
>3.6.1 Initiation of Proposed Rules Changes
>Attached is a pdf file showing the relevant clauses of the latest P802
>Operating Rules (November 1998) with the changes indicated.
>Strikethrough text is deleted. Underlined text is added. All other
>text is as it exists in the current rules document. This text was
>presented and discussed at a P802 Operating Rules meeting on Sunday
>night, 7 November 1999 in Kauai at the beginning of the 802 Plenary.
>It was further iterated upon during the week of the plenary. This
>proposed rule change represents the output of this process.
>This ballot opens on 12 November 1999. It will close 30 days before
>beginning of the March 802 plenary (Friday 4 February 2000).
>For your reference the current 802 rules URL is
> Please vote early and often,
> Bill Lidinsky, 802.1 Chair
>Attachment Converted: "c:\eudora\attach\ProposedRuleChangeTry5forBallot.doc"
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