Re: [802SEC] +++ LMSC P&P Revision Ballot +++ Ballot on Executive Committee Title
You may be right.
I need to look into it in terms of documentation.
My experience has always been (at the IEEE level) that they look to The
Sponsor, the person, as being ultimately responsible rather than as a
representative of a governing body.
If this is the case then our procedures should be structured so that our
leadership organization is recognizable to higher powers, as well as have
the structure that we wish it to have.
That's all. No ulterior motive, just want the system to be able to hold up
under stress should it ever arrive.
At 02:25 PM 5/14/2003 -0500, Roger B. Marks wrote:
>Can you explain what you mean when you say that the Computer Society and
>IEEE-SA "don't recognize anything other than 'Sponsor', the person
>(Nikolich)"? My understanding is that the sponsor of 802 standards
>projects is the LMSC, not the LMSC Chair.
>The IEEE-SA Standards Board Bylaws (5.2.2) says "Sponsors of IEEE
>standards projects are committees" and provides a lot more detail.
>The RevCom submittal form asks the question:
> "4. SPONSOR (Full name of society/committee)"
>The PAR form asks:
> "Name of Sponsoring Society and Committee"
>So I think that the Sponsor is not a person.
>At 11:48 AM -0700 03/05/14, Geoff Thompson wrote:
>>I support the Nikolich comment regarding the introduction of yet another
>>new term "EC" (In my mind, the term "EC" is stuck at the name for
>>"Educational Comics", the original name of the entity that published MAD
>>Further, I am uncertain that the shuffling that this does reflects the
>>actual organization that is required of us by the Computer Society and
>>IEEE-SA. It is my understanding that they don't recognize anything other
>>than "Sponsor", the person (Nikolich). This fact (or lack thereof) needs
>>to be explained in all of this.