Re: [802SEC] +++updated IEEE P802.11.2 news release+++
With consideration of Bob Grow's good suggestion, the group that is tasked
to do the work is TGt, and therefore respectfully the release should be
edited accordingly to state that 802.11 / Task Group t is the responsible
group for this effort. With this late edit included, my vote is still
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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Grow, Bob
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: [802SEC] +++updated IEEE P802.11.2 news release+++
I believe the edits have helped, but I am still stuck on the 802.11t
thing. So, I'll leave my vote at disapprove just because it looks to me
like mass confusion waiting to happen.
I don't have a copy of Mr. O'Hara's comments nor can I find them in the
archive, so I don't understand the rationale for 802.11t. But, looking
at the 802.11 web site, the proper form would be TGt or 802.11/TGt, not
802.11t (Quick Guide, Activities Graphic).
Perhaps 802.11 has already decided to do what I will now request (since
802.11.2 was approved after 802.11s), if you intend to identify the task
group as 802.11t please don't submit a PAR for the next project as
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>Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 3:41 AM
>Subject: [802SEC] +++updated IEEE P802.11.2 news release+++
>Dear EC members,
>Please use the attached version of the press release when
>reviewing it in
>the context of the 802.11.2 press release motion.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 8:55 PM
>Subject: IEEE P802.11.2 news release
>> Hi Paul,
>> I edited the IEEE P802.11.2 release to incorporate the
>> Bob Grow, Bob O'Hara and Carl Stevenson. Since there seemed to be a
>> difference on how to handle the task group name (between Bob
>Grow and Bob
>> O'Hara), I took the liberty of consistently referring to the
>task group as
>> "task group 802.11t."
>> My apologies for not catching the placement of the "P" when
>> the IEEE P802.11.2 project--how I missed the "P" preceding
>the "IEEE" vs
>> the project number is beyond me.
>> Thanks for the use of the 802 EC eagle eyes!
>> (See attached file: PR_802112_V4.doc)
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