Re: [802SEC] Five day approval process
As I responded to Carl, we had an enabling motion from the July Plenary
to conduct business without an interim. I'll be happy to provide that to
you. As I understand it that is how my predecessor was able to conduct
business at an interim meeting.
Since there seems to be a precedent, and those who have participate in
.18 under the previous chair felt that we had met the same requirement,
I presume that .18 was able to function normally at an interim.
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From: Jerry1upton@aol.com [mailto:Jerry1upton@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 09:31
To: Lynch, Michael [RICH1:2H50:EXCH]; STDS-802-SEC@listserv.ieee.org
Subject: Re: [802SEC] Five day approval process
Did 802.18 have quorum at the Interim this week?
If there was no quorum, I vote disapprove.
It is my understanding that all motions for approving documents or any
other official business conducted at an Interim without quorum requires
a reaffirmation vote at a Plenary. A TAG or Working Group cannot waive
the quorum requirement. The members cannot only approve work items for
the Interim or conference calls in advance that will need an affirmation
vote later. I believe Stuart clarified this for 802.11 members at the
May interim also.
However, you want a final ruling on this from Mat and Paul.
In a message dated 9/19/2005 10:03:49 AM Central Standard Time,
Please find enclosed 802.18's comments in response to the European
Commission 2.6 GHz consultation. The comment period closes 15 September
but the membership believes it is beneficial to file a response. This
was approved by unanimous consent.
I would like to be able to forward this the European Commission on 25
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