Re: [802SEC] +++EC Email Ballot+++ Motion on all-802 Interims
I vote Disapprove on this motion, and would ask that the 802 Chair rule it
out of order for the reasons stated in Roger's response (this is attempting
to make P&P changes by a simple EC motion).
I can understand your frustration; however, at this point, we don't operate
in an autocracy in which the EC can ride roughshod over the wishes of
At 21:25 03/10/2006, Bob Heile wrote:
>Dear EC Colleagues
>At our chairs meeting at the Interim in Melbourne, the topic of the
>January 2007 Interim came up and the lack of support it was getting from
>some groups. In attendance were Stuart Kerry, Mike Lynch, Steve
>Shellhammer, Vivek Gupta, Carl Stevenson and myself.
>We unanimously agreed that we wanted to put forward the following motion
>for EC email ballot to encourage participation. These sessions are
>financially risky enough without adding the unknown attendance factor. If
>this motion passes, it will not necessarily fix that problem, but it is
>nudge in the right direction. Paul requested that I run the ballot.
>When the EC sponsors an all 802 Interim, that Interim shall be the only
>sanctioned Interim for that period. If a Working Group does not
>participate in the all 802 Interim and meets separately during that
>period, that Working Group's session can not be called an interim and can
>not be substituted for a Plenary for the purposes of gaining or
>maintaining voting rights.
>The ballot opens as of this email and closes 2359 AoE Friday October 20, 2006.
>Bob Heile, Ph.D
>Chairman, ZigBee Alliance
>Chair, IEEE 802.15 Working Group on Wireless Personal Area Networks
>11 Louis Road
>Attleboro, MA 02703 USA
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