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Re: FW: +++ BALLOT: Interim Meeting Agreement

In the current form I vote DISAPPROVE

I cannot support such a discriminatory allocation of funds, i.e. to the 
group consisting of
and excluding

If a more equitable arrangement is offered I would be more inclined to 
support it.


At 04:39 PM 12/1/00 -0600, Jim Carlo wrote:

>Howard Frazier -
>Bob Grow -
>Paul Nikolich - Approve
>Buzz Rigsbee - Approve
>Vic Hayes - Approve with Comment
>Tony Jeffree - Approve
>Geoff Thompson -
>Bob Love - Do Not Approve
>Stuart Kerry - Approve
>Bob Heile - Approve
>Roger Marks - Approve
>Jim Carlo - Chair
>Stuart Kerry, who is here with me at the moment in the Netherlands has also
>approved this motion. After the November 2000 motion the original wireless
>hosts for dot11, dot15 and dot16 (ParkerVision and Intersil) have not moved
>forward with hotel and meeting facilities because they were convinced that
>802 was taking care of the organization and liability issues. Vic Hayes
>I vote conditionally approve based on 802.17 being added to the list of
>working groups to meet in Orlando.  Otherwise I must vote NO.  This motion
>failed to capture the spirit of the email discussion that directly preceeded
>it.  The previous e-mail suggests that 802.17 prefers Orlando to Sacramento,
>directily contradicting Note 3.  Will all those that have already voted in
>support of this motion please send an e-mail to the reflector stating that
>you support my requested change? Thank you. Bob Love
>Issue Date: 29Nov2000 Closing Date: 3Dec2000
>Moved By: Buzz Rigsbee
>Move: Approve that IEEE 802 financially back-up the commitment for the
>following Working Groups to hold their interim meeting in Orlando on
>14-18May. The plan is this meeting will run on a break even financial basis.
>1) 802.11, 802.15, 802.16 are committed to attend this meeting.
>2) Bob Grow an I will need to have a financial report of this interim
>meeting, to be prepared and presented at the SEC in July. Will work out the
>details in March.
>3) This note is not part of the motion, and outside the scope of 802 SEC.
>However, 802.3, 802.1, 802.17 currently plan to hold a separate meeting,
>hosted by Intel in Sacramento during the week of May 28 - June 1. Note that
>this is Memorial Day weekend. Note also that this motion does not have any
>commitment on this meetings, just a possible plan, that might and probably
>will change.
>Jim Carlo( Cellular:1-214-693-1776 Voice&Fax:1-214-853-5274
>TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
>Vice Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board
>Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee