RE: [802SEC] +++ SEC Rules Change Letter Ballot +++ Ballot on TAG changes
Would it be acceptable, in your view, if the SEC
ballot ended sufficiently early to allow the matter
to be determined at the November plenary?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger B. Marks [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 10:24 AM
> To: Matthew Sherman
> Cc: 'IEEE802'
> Subject: Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC Rules Change Letter Ballot +++ Ballot on
> TAG changes
> Excuse me if I am misinterpreting the rules, but it seems to
> me as if your ballot deadline (Nov. 10) is such that this
> rules change can't be considered at the November plenary. Do
> you agree?
> I am working from the rule that says "an Executive Committee
> letter ballot shall be conducted, to close thirty (30) days
> prior to the next Plenary Session." I interpret this to mean
> at least 30 days prior.
> At 3:26 AM -0400 02/09/10, Matthew Sherman wrote:
> >Dear SEC members,
> >Attached you will find the text for an SEC rules change
> letter ballot on
> >Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs). This letter ballot was
> approved at the
> >July 2002 plenary session.
> >The scope and purpose of the changes being balloted is as follows:
> >Scope: To improve the responsiveness of Technical Advisory
> Groups (TAGs)
> >Purpose: To improve the operation of TAGs with IEEE 802.
> >The ballot opens September 10, 2002 and closes November 10,
> 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 "802ALL"
> email list as
> >well. WG chairs, if you haven't already done so, please
> invite your WG
> >members to comment through you.
> >Matthew Sherman
> >Vice Chair, IEEE 802
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