Re: +++Interim Status:Ballot: Press Release for RPR (802.17)
Roger, thank you for taking the time to edit the draft press release. You
have certainly improved the text.
My particular biases would have me reject the proposed change from
"standard" to "project" in the sentence:
The new standard will use existing Physical Layer specifications and will
develop new PHYs where appropriate.
Other than that, I endorse the remainder of your suggestions. Thanks again.
Robert D. Love
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----- Original Message -----
From: Roger B. Marks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: IEEE802 <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2000 6:08 PM
Subject: Re: +++Interim Status:Ballot: Press Release for RPR (802.17)
> I vote to approve, with the attached recommended edits.
> In addition:
> *The release asks people to "visit http://www.ieee802.org/17 ". That
> site is currently empty. It should contain something before you tell
> people to check it out.
> *I disagree with Buzz's comments about deleting reference to new
> PHYs. That's because the PAR title (which probably ought to be
> mentioned in the release) is "Resilient Packet Ring Access Method &
> Physical Layer Specifications". However, I think it's confusing to
> say, in the first paragraph, "to create a new MAC layer standard for
> Resilient Packet Rings" and then later start talking about PHYs.
> >I am responding in the affirmative although I think the statement about
> >"developing new PHYs as necessary" should be deleted. If a new PHY is
> >required, a separate PAR will be submitted for approval and should be
> >announced at that point in time. We don't want to give the
> >impressions that they have license to create new PHYs without a separate
> >justification and approval cycle. Thanx, Buzz
> >SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/28Nov2000
> >Issue Date: 10Nov2000 Closing Date: 6Dec2000
> >Moved By: Jim Carlo
> >Move: Approve (in principal) the Attached Press Release for 802.17
> >The Standards Board is expected to approve the Project for Resilient
> >Rings on 7December2000. This notice is intended to be released at this
> >so I ask your indulgence for a speedy ballot. I will send out a ballot
> >updated tally on Friday.
> >1) This press release was discussed on the 802.17 reflector. A final
> >of members of the reflector, after several rewordings was 18-0-0.
> >2) Note that I expect IEEE-SA to reword, so this is approved "in