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Dear EC members, During the November Plenary meeting I presented to the EC a motion on reciprocal voting rights. There was discussion of the motion and some edits were suggested. It was decided that there should be further work on the motion. That motion, now modified, is being submitted here for EC ballot. During the revision to the original motion it was considered that those with reciprocal voting rights would not be considered in determining quorums. After discussion that was dropped since it seemed to create a new class of voters. Next week's Joint Interim meeting will provide an opportunity for some of the EC to have face-to-face discussions of this motion and of course we can discuss it here. Next Tuesday evening will be the RR-TAG hosted meeting to determine if IEEE 802 will submit an input to ITU-R WP8F on IMT requirements. It is possible that IMT requirements may be the first of several IEEE 802 inputs to WP8F. If the work method involves developing the response(s) within individual TGs and bringing those results to the RR-TAG then having reciprocal voting rights should prove useful to that work. Motion: Moved by Mike Lynch, seconded by Steve Shellhammer The text of the motion is attached. Informative: This document informs ITU-R WP8F of a new project being started in IEEE. This ballot opens at midnight CT Friday 12 January and closes at 11:59 p.m. CT Monday 22 January 2007. Regards, Mike +1 972 814 4901 Mobile <<18-06-0077-r4-0000_RR-TAG_Reciprocal_Voting_Nov06.ppt>> ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.