RE: [802SEC] More on ArrayComm - another slide
Carl, I fail to see how the last statement mitigates anything, and I'm now concerned that promising "future standardization" may be another violation.
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From: Stevenson, Carl R (Carl) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2003 11:39 AM
Subject: [802SEC] More on ArrayComm - another slide
Ms. Wilson has accused me of "attacking her personally" by "taking the slide (I sent from her presentation) out of context."
Her response to my sending what I considered to be text making inaccurate claims to the EC has been to threaten to complain to my employer. My position is that as a member of the EC, I have a fiduciary-like duty to 802, even though this matter does not directly involve funds.
She stated the view that the last statement on the last slide of her presentation mitigates what I (and apparently others) believe to be inaccurate claims as to ArrayComm's technology being "... standards-based (IEEE 802.20) ..."
In the interest of fairness, I am attaching the last slide from her presentation with the closing statement that she believes mitigates the text from slide 16 that I sent earlier.
I disagree with her assertion that that either or both the last statement on the last slide and her verbal "clarification" in response to my question during the Q&A following her presentation "cures all ills" ... and I have told her that that is my personal view.