RE: [802SEC] +++ SEC Ballot: Forward IEEE 802.15.1 to Sponsor Bal lot
Likewise, I disapprove.
At 15:09 19/05/2001 +0200, you wrote:
>I have to disapprove the motion to forward the 802.15.1 draft to sponsor
>In addition to supporting Bob O'Hara's and Roger Marks views, I have 2
>1. the comment resolution file is too complicated for comprehending what the
> of the comments is
> The standard companion writes for recirculation ballots "Copies of
> negatives and the ballot review committee's responses to them with
> for rejecting the proposed changes"
> The actual file received is a trail many recirculation ballots. This
>is fine for the
> archive of the work. However, a reviewer for recirculation ballots
>needs to get a
> clear and simple representation of the outstanding negatives.
> The file presented as the file with unresolved negatives does not
>have a tab
> with "unresolved negatives". Taking the LB10 Comments as such a
> one have to make too many assumptions to understand the effects of
> with codes. Some of the comments are depicted as Accepted and Open.
> that mean that the comment is accepted and the resulting edits have
> been included in the draft?
>2. it appears to me that the draft going into Sponsor Ballot is a moving
> The comments marked as Accepted and Open, gives me the impression
> results of the comments are still to be made in the a future cycle.
> LB 10 comment number 9 has the following Editor's note:
> Editor Note: ICG the Editor-in-Chief will submit a comment in
> and submit a Bluetooth errata too that explicitly identifies the
>word usage in
> question both in the Std and the Spec - using each organizations
> paragraph referencing in their source documents - the BRC will
> comment prior to the completion of the Sponsor Ballot phase.
> Does "prior to the completion of the Sponsor Ballot phase" mean that
> Sponsor Ballot, comments from Working Group Ballots are introduced
>I appreciate that the synchronization of two organizations is difficult. The
>resulting time, needed to synchronize need to be taken, rather than starting
>a ballot with pending changes.
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> > From: Jim Carlo[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Reply To: email@example.com
> > Sent: 08 May 2001 13:24 PM
> > To: IEEE802
> > Subject: [802SEC] +++ SEC Ballot: Forward IEEE 802.15.1 to Sponsor
> > Ballot
> > RESEND TO CLARIFY WHAT ACTION WE ARE TAKING. SORRY FOR DUPLICATION. I HAVE
> > ALSO ADDED POINTERS TO DRAFTS, REMAINING COMMENTS, BALLOT RESOLUTION PER
> > VIC
> > HAYES REQUEST.
> > ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> > SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/8May2001
> > Issue Date: 8May2001 Closing Date: 19May2001
> > Moved By: Bob Heile Seconded By: Stuart Kerry
> > Move: Approve Forwarding to Sponsor Ballot: 802.15.1 (Draft Standard for
> > Part 15.1: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY)
> > specifications for Wireless Personal Area Networks(TM))
> > Notes:
> > 1) During the Recirculation Ballot, one additional No voter made eight
> > comments, these comments were resolved without Technical Changes to the
> > draft through discussions with the WG Ballot Resolution Group, and the No
> > voter has changed his vote to an approve. The original NO voter continued
> > to
> > vote NO with additional NO comments. Because of the additional No vote
> > received (even though resolved), a new SEC motion is required for approval
> > to move to Sponsor Ballot.
> > 2) During the IEEE 802 Plenary HH SEC Meeting on 15Mar01 the following
> > motion was approved:
> > "Move that the ExCom forward IEEE Draft 802.15.1/D1.0 to Sponsor ballot,
> > based on a successful completion of a WG re-circulation ballot.
> > Conditional
> > approval to expire at the beginning of the Portland Plenary Meeting"
> > 3) The final ballot count is:
> > 74 Working Group Voting Members
> > 56 Voting Approve
> > 1 Voting Do Not Approve (Disapprove comments circulated during last
> > recirculation ballot)
> > 1 Abstain
> > 4) The Draft can be found here:
> > http://ieee802.org/15/private/Draft/
> > 99000D10P802-15-1__Draft_Standard.pdf
> > Note: The username/password for the WG Web Site is: P802.15/way_cool
> > II. The unresolved negative comment Workbook can be found here:
> > http://ieee802.org/15/pub/LB10/01117r12P802-15_WG-LB8-Comment-Form.xls
> > III. The letters & reports on resolution can be found here:
> > http://ieee802.org/15/pub/LB10/Gilb-LB10-Decline-Letter.pdf
> > LB8-Reply-Comments_4May01.PDF
> > LB10-Comments_4May01.PDF
> > or all via:
> > http://ieee802.org/15/pub/LB10/LB10.html
> > Jim Carlo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Cellular:1-214-693-1776
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