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IEEE 802 SEC Editions Meeting
13 November 2002
1. The terms used during the discussion were defined.
Edition: Document that basically cleans up accumulated material by
rolling in all the
amendments and corrigenda into the base. The document contains NO NEW
(no new work). This idea is to make WG review of the document easier.
edition is a WG tool.
Revision: Basically, a revision allows the entire document to be
to comments and
changes during ballot. Revisions usually contain technical changes.
Reaffirmation: A standard that is balloted for an up or down vote by
the document still reflects state-of-the-art technology and DOES NOT
or erroneous information. During the ballot, changes are not
can be referred back to the WG for consideration during the next
revision or amendment.
2. The rules governing amendments were discussed. Rules for amendments
in 8.1.2 of the IEEE-SA Standards Board Operations Manual.
INTERPRETATION OF AMENDMENT RULES
You can have as many amendments as you would like within two years of
IEEE-SA Standards Board approval as a new or reaffirmed standard.
Beyond the two years,
if the standard has two or more amendments, the standard (base PLUS
amendments/corrigenda) MUST be revised or reaffirmed.
Note: WG chairs are responsible for managing documents, and
should track when a revision or reaffirmation is required. RevCom can
approval of any additional amendments if the requirements are not
3. The policy for editions was outlined in greater detail as given
POLICY FOR EDITIONS
Editions may be created to assist WGs during standards development.
will be created on a case-by-case basis, and at a slower pace. In
words, as a second priority to the creation of new standards or
An edition will be sold as a draft until the WG reviews the entire
The source file of the consolidated document will be made available
the technical editor and WG Chair. This document will not be made
or uploaded to WG private sites. Editions DO NOT supersede the
will not be included in the GET IEEE 802(TM) program. They are not
work, so awards
are not issued.
Chairs can discuss with the Publishing Manager whether an edition is
Yvette Ho Sang
Manager, Standards Publishing Programs
IEEE Standards Activities
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