Re: REMINDER!!!IEEE 802 Rules Change Ballot--closes March 9 2001
yes to 1
no to 2 (I agree with geoff's and jim's comments)
At 01:43 PM 3/5/01 -0500, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>Attached on the following pages you will find the text for two proposed
>LMSC rules changes for SEC letter ballot (as approved at the November 2000
>- The first proposed rules change broadens the rules to permit the use of
>802 funds to support the publication and dissemination of 802 standards.
>- The second proposed rules change resolves ambiguity in 5.1.3 with respect
>to the definition and use of the terms 'members' (have achieved voting
>status) and 'observers' (individuals who are registered attendees at a
>plenary meeting that are NOT members).
>This letter ballot is open from January 10, 2001 to March 9, 2001.
>Please review the changes, submit your comments and cast your ballot.
>Remember, not voting is equivalent to a disapprove vote.
>Results to date are:
> Change#1 Change#2
> Publication Funding Member Definition
>1 Jim Carlo app dis
>2 Paul Nikolich app dis
>3 Buzz Rigsbee
>4 Howard Frazier dnv dis
>5 Bob Grow dnv dis
>6 Vic Hayes
>7 Tony Jefferee dnv dis
>8 Geoff Thompson app dis
>9 Bob Love app app
>10 Stuart Kerry
>11 Bob Heile
>12 Roger Marks
>13 Mike Takefman (pending SEC voting rights achievement)
> app=4 app=1
> dis=0 dis=6
> abs=0 abs=0
> dnv=8 dnv=5
>Documents\Documents\Email_temp_storage\November 2000 rules change ballot
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