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Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Get IEEE 802(tm) program recommendation


I think we should continue the program as is for another year (ie 6 months 
hold back not 12).  That will give a much better picture of what the real 
revenue picture is.

At 08:12 AM 4/26/02 +0000, Paul Nikolich wrote:

>Dear SEC,
>This is an SEC email ballot on a recommendation to be made by the IEEE 802
>SEC to the IEEE-SA regarding the Get IEEE 802(tm) program as moved by Geoff
>Thompson, seconded by Bill Quackenbush.
>The email ballot opens on Friday April 26 9AM EDT and closes Friday May 3rd
>As a result of the extensive discussions between representatives of the SEC
>(Nikolich, Thompson, Frazier) and IEEE-SA staff (mostly Jerry Walker) and
>with some participation by Jim Carlo (who is on the BoG) I propose the
>following motion:
>802 SEC Motion
>Moved by:       Geoff Thompson, 1st Vice Chair
>Second by:      Bill Quackenbush
>That the following choice be offered to the IEEE-SA regarding the "Get IEEE
>802 (tm)" program:
>1) Extend the program as per the original agreement until the next annual
>review date (May 15, 2003). The following adjustment to the original terms
>would not negate this choice: Change of the new standard hold-back period
>from 6 months to 12 months.
>802 approves continuation of ongoing support for the program on a year by
>calendar year basis at the original rate of $75 per person per 802
>2) Terminate the program as of the annual review date (May 15, 2002). 802
>would cease payment of support funds.
>Paul Nikolich
>Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Project
>cell:    857.205.0050
>mail:   18 Bishops Lane, Lynnfield, MA 01940

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