Re: [802SEC] Attendance Credit At LMSC WG Meetings
I also agree that #1 is the right interpretation. However, as chair I
feel you have a fair amount of discretion. I would first talk to the
person before making any decisions. Also, be prepared to back it up.
It is often difficult to say exactly what percentage of a particular
meeting period a person attended. If you can't back it up with
evidence, then I would error on the side of leniency and let things
slide. Either way you should talk to the person and make sure they are
aware of the attendance policies.
Matthew Sherman, Ph.D.
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Subject: [802SEC] Attendance Credit At LMSC WG Meetings
More experienced ones:
I'm seeking some advice on how to handle a claim of attendance at the
most recent plenary meeting. One person managed to sign-in for 75% of
the half-day sign-in slots for 802.17. However, said person was not
actually in attendance for more than a few minutes for some of those
What would you recommend we do in such a situation?
1. Strike the sign-ins for the periods when the person was in attendance
for only a few minutes, and notify them of the action?
2. Strike the sign-ins for the periods when the person was in attendance
for only a few minutes, without notifying them of the action?
3. Count this as a learning experience and institute tighter control on
the sign-in booklet in the future?
If you chose 3, how would you recommend preventing this abuse in the
Tony, I came in to the 802.1 meeting for our joint 802.1/802.17 meeting
just as you were finishing saying something about this to the 802.1
participants. I missed most of what you said. Could you repeat it here?
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