RE: [802SEC] March Tutorial slots -- filled
Paul, The slots are NOT full until we receive the official request forms and they are filled on a first-come first-served basis, so since Tony already has two slots on Monday someone is going to come up short unless all three remaining requests would be willing to take 1-hour slots on Tuesday and we do 3 back-to-back. Another possibility would be to extend the time for Tuesday evening to accommodate all three requests, but some folks won't want/attend a late night slot. Suggest we try 6-7:30, 7:30-9, and 9-10 in that case. We'll do our best to accommodate all requests, but it would obviously help if folks could indicate if they could get by with a 1-hour slot.
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From: Paul Nikolich [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 6:50 AM
To: email@example.com; Roger B. Marks
Subject: [802SEC] March Tutorial slots -- filled
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