Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC Ballot: Medallion Awards
Sorry; I didn't know what this was. I found a description at
http://standards.ieee.org/sa/aw/medallion.html and see that the full
name is "IEEE-SA Standards Medallion".
I vote "Approve".
At 8:05 AM -0500 01/06/02, Jim Carlo wrote:
>SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/1June2001
>Issue Date: 1Jun2001Closing Date: 11Jun2001
>Moved By: Jim Carlo
>Move: Support the nomination of the following candidates for IEEE Medallion
>Bob Grow - For leadership and technical contributions to high speed
>networking standards over the past two decades including FDDI, token bus,
>token ring and gigabit Ethernet.
>Bob O'Hara - For leadership and technical contributions on LAN/MAN wireless
>networking standards over the past decade.
>David Law - For leadership and technical contributions to high speed
>Ethernet networking standards over the past two decades.
>Paul Nikolich - For leadership and technical contributions on LAN/MAN
>networking standards over the past two decades including Ethernet, Cable
>Modem, Wireless networking and IEEE 802 strategic directions.
>1) I have found my notes on nominations for medallion awards and have made a
>proposed selection for the following to be nominated to the IEEE for this
>award. Other top candidates were nominated, but my view is that an awardee
>needs to still be an active member of 802 and someone who contributes to the
>organizational items as well as the technical standards. Note that others
>need to be nominated (particularly in the wireless activitites). I WOULD
>EXPECT THAT ANY CONCERNS WITH THESE CANDIDATES BE SENT TO ME PRIVATELY.
>2) Previous Award Winners were:
>Jim Carlo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Cellular:1-214-693-1776
>TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
>Vice Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board
>Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee