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Dear EC Members, .17 has been running two concurrent ballots on .17a. The P802.17a Sponsor Ballot has just completed (April 30th) with the following results: 70 Voters in the Sponsor Pool 58 Affirmative Votes (6 with comments) 0 Negative Votes 1 Abstention Return Rate = 84% and an Approve Rate = 100% We will be scheduling a teleconference to go over the small number of comments. The bad news is that in the course of sponsor ballot we realised that our PAR for .17a has us amending 802.1D 1998, which has been replaced with 802.1D 2004. Based on discussions with staff, Tony and Paul, it was determined that the change in PAR could not be slid in as an editorial change and that we would have to revise our PAR (change in title to match the new title of 802.1D 2004 and appropriate changes in scope) and submit to NesCom. Thus I initiated a 15 day 802.17 WG email ballot to request forwarding of the PAR to NesCom. (PAR is attached to this email). Motion: To request the Chair of 802.17 to request that the 802 EC forwards the revised 802.17a PAR to Nescom in time for the May 14th, 2004 submission deadline. The WG ballot will close tonight at midnight, but the current result is: 52 Voters in the WG 44 Affirmative Votes 0 Negative Votes 0 Abstention Votes Return rate = 84.6% Approve Rate = 100% (or counting lack of reponse/abstains as negatives Approve Rate = 84.6% > 50%) Therefore, I request the ECs indulgence to start a 10-day ballot May 1st on the following motion: Move to forward the revised 802.17a PAR to Nescom for the May 14th submission deadline. Moved: Takefman Second: ? thank you, mike -- Michael Takefman firstname.lastname@example.org Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Systems Chair IEEE 802.17 Stds WG 3000 Innovation Dr, Ottawa, Canada, K2K 3E8 voice: 613-254-3399 cell:613-220-6991 ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.