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Re: [BP] IEEE P802.3ap status update


   Congratulations and thank you.  I along with others, enjoyed working 
in the constructive environment we had in the task force.  I think that 
your even handed leadership went a long way toward fostering that 


Healey, Adam B (Adam) wrote:

> Colleagues,
> A somewhat belated update on IEEE P802.3ap status...
> Following the comment resolution session at the January interim 
> meeting, Draft 3.3 was generated and a 15 day 3rd Sponsor 
> recirculation ballot was conducted. This recirculation ballot closed 
> February 13, 2007 with the following results:
> 103 of 124 ballots returned = 83.1% return rate
> 86 approve votes = 91.5% approval rate
> 8 disapprove votes
> 9 abstain votes = 8.7%
> No new comments or negative votes were received during this 
> recirculation, hence the IEEE P802.3ap Task Force has no cause to meet 
> during the upcoming IEEE 802.3 plenary week. I will be giving a report 
> at the opening plenary regarding IEEE P802.3ap interim activities.
> Per the conditional approval of the IEEE 802.3 Working Group, granted 
> at the closing plenary session in November, 2006, Draft 3.3 was 
> pre-submitted for RevCom consideration. Since the 3rd Sponsor ballot 
> recirculation completed successfully, the document will remain on the 
> March RevCom agenda. I will notify you regarding the status of the 
> document when the results of that meeting are known.
> I wanted to thank all of those who committed their time and a lot of 
> good, hard work to bring the project this to this significant milestone.
> Thank you,
> Adam Healey
> Chair, IEEE P802.3ap Task Force
> Agere Systems