RE: Rules Change Ballot; Addition of Scope Statement
Thanks for the reminder.
I approve the addition of the Scope Statement.
Regarding the comment from Geoff: As can be seen in the activities of 802.11
and 802.15, yes it is a part of our work to promote the standards by making
good press releases for instance.
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> From: Paul Nikolich[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: 27 September 2000 4:34 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Rules Change Ballot; Addition of Scope Statement
> Dear SEC,
> This is a reminder to those who haven't cast their ballot to do so. The
> ballot closes October 6. (Remember, the lack of a vote will count as a
> disapprove. So far I have responses from Carlo, Rigsbee, Jeffree and
> --Paul Nikolich
> Dear SEC,
> At the July 2000 plenary the 802 Sponsor Executive Committee (SEC) agreed
> to initiate a rules change ballot to add a scope statement to our
> operating rules.
> The scope statement:
> "The scope of IEEE LMSC is to develop, maintain, enable and promote, on a
> global basis, accredited networking standards and recommended practices"
> would be added as a separate paragraph to the end of section 1 Overview.
> The official SEC ballot period will open on August 8, 2000 5pm EDT and
> close on October 6, 2000 5pm EDT.
> As a member of IEEE Project 802 you are encouraged to carefully review the
> proposed rule changes and ask questions of, or forward any comments to me
> or any other representative on the LMSC SEC well before the closure of the
> SEC ballot. SEC members will carefully consider your comments and
> suggestions as part of the balloting process.
> Paul Nikolich
> IEEE Project 802 LMSC Vice Chair