Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC Rules Change Letter Ballot +++ Ballot on WG electronic voting
The text in 220.127.116.11.1 is not clear. It gives the impression that if 51% of
the Working Group membership returns a ballot then the ballot is valid.
That could be:
And the measure would pass.
I'm willing to have this sort of thing happen at a Plenary Meeting.
I'm not willing to have it happen by letter ballot on matters that should
be decided in a meeting.
If the text is changed such that non-returned votes are considered to be
negative on mail ballots then I will change my vote.
At 07:04 AM 4/1/02 -0500, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>Dear SEC members,
>Attached you will find the text for the SEC rules change letter ballot on WG
>Electronic Voting. (Note this is a resend of the March 17, 2002 letter
>ballot notice with the start time revised to 4/1/02 because we did not
>officially approve it for distribution until last night. Other than that it
>Scope: To permit voting by electronic means at the working group level.
>Purpose: To facilitate the WG consensus process.
>The ballot opens April 1, 2002 and closes June 8, 2002 12 midnight EDT
>(remember if you do not vote or abstain it is equivalent to a DISAPPROVE
>vote). Buzz, please ensure this gets sent to the 802-wide email list as
>well. WG chairs, if you haven't already done so, please invite your WG
>members to comment through you.
>Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Project
>mail: 18 Bishops Lane, Lynnfield, MA 01940