Timing for Electronic ballots
I believe that Howard makes a good point. While I would not object to a
short turnaround electronic vote where time is critical, and the late vote
is not due to negligance on the part of the interested parties, I would like
to see a general policy implemented of allowing for at least a two week
period for votes where it is not absolutely critical to have a result
earlier. Three or four days before the ballot closes seems like the right
time frame for sending out a reminder that votes are still outstanding.
Howard, can you put the topic of electronic balloting timing on the agenda
for the Monday morning opening SEC meeting? Thank you.
Robert D. Love
President, LAN Connect Consultants
7105 Leveret Circle
Raleigh, NC 27615
Phone: 919 848-6773
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----- Original Message -----
From: Howard Frazier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, September 15, 2000 2:09 PM
Subject: Re: PASSED:+++ PAR Approval for 802.11g
> I note that Frazier, Grow, Love and Thompson did not vote on
> this motion.
> This is probably because all four of us were at an interim
> meeting in New Orleans, and we had no idea that this
> ballot was coming.
> I feel that the time for the ballot was far too short.
> Since when do we conduct email ballots that are open
> for only 4 business days from time of mailing to
> close of ballot?
> I object to the this process, and wish to be recorded
> as a no vote.
> Howard Frazier