Re: FW: [802SEC] 3/14 LMSC Exec. Comm. Minutes
Please disregard my comment number five on the minutes. Mark Klerer explained the differences on the slides.
In a message dated 7/25/2003 3:42:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> 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.
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> From: Jerry1upton@aol.com [mailto:Jerry1upton@aol.com]
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> 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