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Reminder – D1.1 review closes today. Please submit any comments today following the instructions below.
On 12/12/16, 10:48 AM, "Mark Nowell (mnowell)" <mnowell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A reminder about the 802.3cd D1.1 Task Force recirculation review that is open right now. The review period closes this Friday. Please have your comments submitted before the deadline.
Details below on how to access the draft and submit comments.
On 12/2/16, 11:24 AM, "Mark Nowell (mnowell)" <mnowell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This email is announcing the availability of P802.3cd D1.1 for the first recirculation of the Task Force Review.
The D1.1 Task Force Review period will close on Friday Dec 16th AOE. As always in Task Force Review, our goal is to achieve a technically complete document so please focus your review on the key issues and gaps in the document (e.g. TBDs). As discussed during the Task Force meeting at the November plenary, we have annotated many of the values considered to be TBDs in the document with a magenta font. If after this recirculation, any of these magenta items have failed to be commented on or modified, the editorial team will change them to a regular font and they will no longer be considered TBDs. They will obviously still be in scope for commenting and modifications in future reviews and recirculations.
Thank you for your time and effort in reviewing the updated draft.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
*** DETAILS ***
Instructions for accessing the draft and submitting comments are below. Please take a moment to review these instructions, as following them will help the editors respond more efficiently.
The scope of the review is the entire IEEE P802.3cd D1.1 Draft.
REVIEW OPEN: Friday, Dec 2, 2016
REVIEW CLOSE: Friday, Dec16, 2016 AOE
HOW TO ACCESS THE DRAFT
The draft is posted for Task Force review purposes only, and neither the draft nor access information should be copied or redistributed to others in violation of document copyrights.
Draft 1.1 may be downloaded from:
Password: distributed at meetings – contact Chair (mnowell@xxxxxxxxx) if you need it.
(The 802.3 common username/password will work)
Please submit comments against the above draft.
A comparison file between IEEE P802.3cd D1.0 and D1.1 is also provided to both focus and ease your review. Please DO NOT comment on this comparison document. This draft may be downloaded from:
HOW TO SUBMIT COMMENTS
Acceptable comment types:
E = Editorial
T = Technical
1. Prepare your comments in one of the following three ways. You are STRONGLY REQUESTED to use either the comment tool or spreadsheet. A comment entry tutorial is available at http://ieee802.org/3/ballots/p802d3_comment_entry_tutorial_v1p0.pdf.
a. Access the comment tool at the URL (last updated 16th September 2015):
To use the tool, extract all components into a folder and do not move any component from that folder as this will cause the executable to not work correctly. The tool is:
b. Access the comment spreadsheet at the URL:
c. To submit comments in text (ASCII) form, please use the form below. This will make it possible for the editor to properly record and track all submissions. Make as many copies of the template as necessary and submit as an ASCII text file or as part of your e-mail. Please use this method only if the previous two methods are not practical.
PLEASE NOTE: The ASCII method involves a manual transcription, hence you are recommended to check your comments to ensure accurate transcription when the comment file is made available.
Please use one of the comment tools above if possible.
------CUT AND PASTE TEXT BELOW THIS LINE ONLY PLEASE--------
CommentID: (Leave Blank)
CommentType: (E, or T)
--------------------end comment template------------------
2. Send your comments to:mnowell@xxxxxxxxx and mbrown@xxxxxxx
and paste into the subject line: IEEE P802.3cd 50Gb/s, 100 Gb/s, and 200 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force Review D1.1 comments
Thank you for your participation in this review and careful review of the draft.
Mark Nowell, Chair, IEEE P802.3cd 50Gb/s, 100 Gb/s, and 200 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force
Matt Brown, Chief Editor, IEEE P802.3cd 50Gb/s, 100 Gb/s, and 200 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force