Re: [802SEC] BPL Project
I would encourage you to take it to ANSI. Speaking for myself, and not
the CAG, I feel it is within the bounds of what ANSI would deem
appropriate. I believe that there are many other organizations that
have similar policies; INCITS and ATIS being examples.
In any case, taking it to ANSI would give us a definitive answer. And,
if we are found to be in violation, we can fix it. Otherwise, I would
invite you to participate through your company; who, as you know, is a
From: Geoff Thompson [mailto:gthompso@NORTEL.COM]
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: [802SEC] BPL Project
I would like to note for the record that I consider the denial of access
802 to voting is denial of participation to a "materially interested
and thus potentially grounds for an appeal of the IEEE process to ANSI.
The IEEE needs to get this fixed. We have a legitimate interest in this
At 02:54 PM 7/22/2005 , Shellhammer, Steve wrote:
> Paul asked me to look into the possibility of 802 joining
>the broadband over power-line (BPL) sponsor ballot as an entity. This
>item is in the Information Items on today's agenda. Attached is a
>summary of the report which can be placed in the minutes.
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