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RE: UPDATED TALLY +++ BALLOT: Interim Meeting Agreement

Not my day. Please disregard the last update.
PASSED: 7-3-0, with Howard not voting.
Howard Frazier -
Bob Grow - Do Not Approve
Paul Nikolich - Approve
Buzz Rigsbee - Approve
Vic Hayes - Approve with Comment
Tony Jeffree - Approve
Geoff Thompson - Do Not Approve
Bob Love - Do Not Approve
Stuart Kerry - Approve
Bob Heile - Approve
Roger Marks - Approve
Jim Carlo - Chair

Stuart Kerry, who is here with me at the moment in the Netherlands has also
approved this motion. After the November 2000 motion the original wireless
hosts for dot11, dot15 and dot16 (ParkerVision and Intersil) have not moved
forward with hotel and meeting facilities vbecause they were convinced that
802 was taking care of the organization and liability issues. Vic Hayes

I vote conditionally approve based on 802.17 being added to the list of
working groups to meet in Orlando.  Otherwise I must vote NO.  This motion
failed to capture the spirit of the email discussion that directly preceeded
it.  The previous e-mail suggests that 802.17 prefers Orlando to Sacramento,
directily contradicting Note 3.  Will all those that have already voted in
support of this motion please send an e-mail to the reflector stating that
you support my requested change? Thank you. Bob Love

If I were to vote now, it would have to be negative.  It looks like the
urgency of booking the meeting is driving us to bad decisions. What happens
now if 802.3 decides it wants in on the meeting?  While there was initial
802.3 antipathy toward Orlando, the essence of the 802.3
discussions on the Sacramento meeting is that:
1. many don't like the Memorial Day conflict;
2. date is more important than venue;
3. the preference for meeting week is 21 May first, 14 May second and 28 May
last.--Bob Grow

In the current form I vote DISAPPROVE. I cannot support such a
discriminatory allocation of funds, i.e. to the group consisting of
and excluding
If a more equitable arrangement is offered I would be more inclined to
support it. Geoff

Issue Date: 29Nov2000 Closing Date: 3Dec2000
Moved By: Buzz Rigsbee
Move: Approve that IEEE 802 financially back-up the commitment for the
following Working Groups to hold their interim meeting in Orlando on
14-18May. The plan is this meeting will run on a break even financial basis.



1) 802.11, 802.15, 802.16 are committed to attend this meeting.

2) Bob Grow an I will need to have a financial report of this interim
meeting, to be prepared and presented at the SEC in July. Will work out the
details in March.

3) This note is not part of the motion, and outside the scope of 802 SEC.
However, 802.3, 802.1, 802.17 currently plan to hold a separate meeting,
hosted by Intel in Sacramento during the week of May 28 - June 1. Note that
this is Memorial Day weekend. Note also that this motion does not have any
commitment on this meetings, just a possible plan, that might and probably
will change.

Jim Carlo( Cellular:1-214-693-1776 Voice&Fax:1-214-853-5274
TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
Vice Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board
Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee