RE: [802SEC] Virtual closing plenary reports
Howard, That would have been a good plan if there were equal demand for both types of
documents. But it seems like everybody wants the summaries, and maybe 2% want the
SEC minutes, so you seem to have the proverbial tail wagging the dog. :-)
PS: What happened with the LCD Projector replacement ???
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> From: Howard Frazier[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 6:12 PM
> To: Geoff Thompson
> Cc: Bob O'Hara; 802sec (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [802SEC] Virtual closing plenary reports
> I started the practice of appending them to the SEC minutes, figuring
> that giving people one less file to find and download was a good thing.
> Geoff Thompson wrote:
> > Bob-
> > I don't think they should go in the minutes.
> > In the spirit of "Vitualizing" the Closing Plenary Meeting of the past they
> > should have a web page of their own.
> > Geoff
> > At 03:37 PM 7/30/01 -0700, Bob O'Hara wrote:
> > >I have not yet received closing plenary reports from the following groups:
> > >802.11
> > >802.15
> > >802.16
> > >802.17
> > >Please forward your reports to me ASAP, in order to have them included in
> > >the minutes. Thanks.
> > > -Bob
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