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802.17 WG attendees, At some point in the future, we will likely start using the IEEE attendance software. Accordingly, at some point in the future, you will likely need an IEEE WebID. Should you wish to look into this now, feel free to sign up for a free WebID. However, since use of the IEEE attendance software is not certain, and is at least several months away, there is no pressing need to deal with this now. John Lemon 802.17 WG Chair -------- Original Message -------- Subject: [802SEC] Instructions for getting a WebID Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 21:07:36 -0700 From: James Gilb <gilb@IEEE.ORG> Reply-To: James Gilb <gilb@IEEE.ORG> To: STDS-802-SEC@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG Dear Chairs of 802 WGs Please pass on the following information to your working groups. I have also attached a .doc format description of the process as well. The new attendance server software will require that attendees get an IEEE WebID - You do not have to be an IEEE member to get a WebID - There is no charge for getting a WebID To get a WebID, the attendees will need to have an IEEE Web Account. There are two types of IEEE Web Accounts: - IEEE Member Web Account- this web account is associated with your IEEE or SA Membership account. Remember, only those who are SA Members (or paid a per ballot fee can participate in Sponsor Balloting). Join the IEEE and/or IEEE SA www.ieee.org/web/membership/join/join.html - IEEE Guest Web Account – this web account is used by those who are not IEEE or SA Members (nor plan to in the future). If you do want to participate in Sponsor Balloting you will need to pay the per ballot fee (with a Guest Web Account). Participation in WG and TG balloting only requires paying the registration fees for meetings for which the participant is attending, neither IEEE nor SA membership is required. Get your Web Account: 1) Go to: www.ieee.org/web/web/accounts click, "Register for an IEEE Web Account" 2) Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the IEEE Web Account enrollment. Instructions for Registering Your Activity Areas of Interest in myProject You are now ready to log onto myProject and register for Activity Areas of interest, as follows: 1) Go to Standards Development Online: http://development.standards.ieee.org/my-site and Enter your IEEE Web Account username and password. 2) Click the Announcements link to review any new announcements that may have been posted. 3) If this is the first time logging into myProject you will be prompted for contact and employer information as well as an optional secondary email address. 4) Click on "Manage Activity Profile." 5) Expand the Activity Area tree from Society to Sponsor to Working Group to Project as desired by clicking on the “+” at each level 6) Place a checkmark beside each Project in which you wish to participate and appear on its roster as an Interested Party. This action will place you on a list to receive future emails regarding the Sponsor Ballot for the project. Note that you must select each project in which you intend to appear on its roster, and potentially gain voting rights within the committee through active participation or if you are interested in participating in the Sponsor Ballot for the project. 7) If you are generally interested in the scope of work for a specific Working Group which may have many projects, then select the Working Group level as well. If you are generally interested in the scope of work and all Working Groups and projects beneath a specific Sponsor, then select the Sponsor level as well. Thanks James Gilb ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.