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+++ SEC Rules Change Ballot+++


Many of us are delinquent (myself included) in casting our votes on the
rules change ballot issued by Bill Lidinsky in November (see below).

Please review the suggested rules change and cast your ballot immediately.

The following members of the SEC have already voted:  Bob Love (dis), Roger
Marks (dis), Geoff Thompson (dis)--everybody else, please vote!!!


>Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 04:05:17 -0600
>From: Bill Lidinsky <>
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>Subject: +++ SEC Rules Change Ballot
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>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:
> Chair's Function
> 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
>  Rights
>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
>          630-840-8067