RE: [802SEC] March Tutorial slots -- filled
Howard is correct. We all promised including you that Thursday wouldn't become another night for 802 wide activities. Please remember that some working groups don't meet on Wednesday and most of their people have left the building by Thursday night.
From: Howard Frazier [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [802SEC] March Tutorial slots -- filled
As much as I'd like to watch another episode of the Karen and Judy show
(I only get to see it every three months), I am opposed to holding any
evening sessions on Thursday. When we decided to move the closing
SEC meeting to Friday, it was with the explicit promise that Thursday
evening WOULD NOT be used for any organized 802-wide meetings.
Our plenary week meeting schedules are quite full already, and many
of us are truly burned out by Thursday night, and need the time
to either hold WG meetings, catch up on email, relax and unwind, or
simply get to sleep early. Please don't give us another 802-wide session
Instead, I suggest that we grant the staff one of the tutorial slots at
the July meeting.
Paul Nikolich wrote:
>It appears that the Monday and Tuesday tutorial slots will be filled in
>March (in no particular order) :
> - 802 handoff- -Roger Marks
> - mesh networking- -Stuart Kerry
> - security- -Tony Jeffree
> - ultra wide band- -Bob Heile
>I have also had a request from the IEEE-SA staff (Judy Gorman and Karen
>Rupp) to give an Overview of the IEEE-SA (see abstract below).
>Since the tutorial slots are full, would anyone object to allocating
>6:30PM-8:00PM on Thursday March 13th for this presentation? Do you think a
>reasonable number of people would attend?
>IEEE Standards Association Overview ABSTRACT
>With the aim of giving the IEEE 802 Plenary a useful and comprehensive view
>of the full range of activities and responsibilities of the IEEE Standards
>Association (IEEE-SA), the tutorial will:
>q Set the context for IEEE 802 within the IEEE and the IEEE-SA
>q Review the volunteer and staff organization of the IEEE-SA
>q Articulate and explain the IEEE-SA mission and key strategies
>q Describe scope of programs: membership, technical, governance, etc.
>q Explain the fundamentals of our resource allocations
>q Present current and future goals
>q Encourage Q&A