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FW: [802SEC] 3/14 LMSC Exec. Comm. Minutes

Hi Everyone,

For those who don't have it I am forwarding Jerry's comments on the
minutes.  I would suggest if anyone does have objections they should be
expressed early rather than waiting for the next meeting to be surfaced.


Matthew Sherman 
Vice Chair, IEEE 802 
Technology Consultant 
Communications Technology Research 
AT&T Labs - Shannon Laboratory 
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Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2003 2:38 PM
Subject: [802SEC] 3/14 LMSC Exec. Comm. Minutes

The following are my proposed corrections/additions to the March 14,
2003 LMSC Executive Committee meeting minutes.

1. On page 10, you did not finish a sentence. You wrote "Desire to
continue with the current rules and declare a moratorium on" and the
line ends.

2. On page 10, during the discussion where the above sentence is
minuted, I make a statement as an observer. I stated that any proposed
action that would retroactively change the membership status of 802.20
people who left Dallas with a clear understanding that they were voting
members would be unfair and inappropriate.
3. On page 20, it should noted that when I cover my qualifications, I
did state I had given my support letter and biography to Paul before the
meeting. Also no committee members asked Paul if he had biographies or
letters from either of the two elected vice chairs.

4. On page 20, during the discussion on the large number of people
coming to the first 802.20 meeting, I stated my opinion was that the
publicity on the new work group created significant interest and that,
in my experience, many wireless companies do not send their experts or
very many people until it becomes clear that work will really start on a
new standard.

5. Regarding the 802.20 Report of Session #1 slides, my notes indicate
that the slides in minutes are not precisely the slides shown. For
accuracy of the minutes, it is appropriate to include the slides as
shown at the meeting without any cleanup.

Jerry Upton