Re: SEC reflector membership
I don't recall being asked to add the adminstrative withdrawal of 802.12
to the agenda. Should it go on the Monday agenda as an II, and the
Thursday agenda as an ME?
> What about non-voting emeritus members like working group chairs from
> working groups
> that have withdrawn their standards? 802.12 is up for administrative
> withdrawal in December
> and, since the products aren't being produced, the right thing to do is to
> let it happen. Are you
> guys going to kick me off the reflector?
> PS. to Howard, Did Jim ask you to put the withdrawal of 802.12 on the
> agenda? I think
> he wanted the Exec to approve that course of action. PAT
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Geoff Thompson [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 5:05 PM
> To: Paul Nikolich
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: SEC reflector membership
> At 09:24 AM 10/25/00 -0400, Paul Nikolich wrote:
> Let's answer these questions (my initial thoughts are below the questions):
> 1) Who shall be permanent member of the SEC reflector?
> - all formal SEC members (whether voting or not)
> Please add to this:
> - Working Group Vice Chairs
> - IEEE staff supporting 802 standards development
> - 802 plenary meeting coordinators/staff
> 2) Who can be a temporary member of SEC reflector (on a meeting-to-meeting
> basis) as determined by the 802 chair or SEC?
> - any other party that might help conduct SEC/802 business (e.g. Don
> from Microsoft who is helping set up networking service for the Nov meeting)
> I would say that:
> 1) Generally we don't do it.
> 2) It is easy to do and there is wide latitude for members of the
> SEC to be able to do it.
> 3) Who can monitor SEC mail via the archive
> - anyone who is interested
> 4) Who can post to the SEC Reflector
> - anyone who is a member of the reflector
> Who can not post to the reflector
> - anyone who is not a member of the reflector
> p.s. clearly Mike Takefman should be on the reflector--Howard, can you add
> him (email@example.com) immediately?