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Folks, As a reminder we will hold the usual LMSC P&P review meeting this Sunday night. Attached is a proposed resolution to comments on the AudCom ballot as a starting point for discussions on Sunday. The primary agenda item for Sunday will be to come to consensus on a resolution for the AudCom ballot. If you can't make the meeting and have comments on the proposed resolution please forward them to the reflector for discussion. I will consider all comments circulated during the Sunday P&P review. Also, please be prepared to discuss the issues on the Chair's Guide as well on Sunday. We will discuss that topic as time allows after we complete discussions on the AudCom revision ballot. As much as possible, I have accepted the comments people made. In some cases, I tried to improve upon the desired changes a bit. In a few cases, I did not accept the requested change as I did not beleive with the rationale provided was valid. Here is a short list of the comment sets and key differences in my proposed resolutions: Stuart's comments - Fully incorporated Steve's comment - I disagree that EC cannot make technical decisions. I adopted your other changes. Added Parliamentarian as non-voting, but that may make Bob O'Hara want to reconsider being parliamentarian... I snuck in emeritus. Perhaps it is time that we officially recognize Geoff's non-voting status.... John Lemon's comments - Adopted all except I believe it is common parliamentary practice for the chair not to make motions Roger's comments Once again, yes, the EC CAN DEAL WITH TECHNICAL ISSUES! See 7.1.1 Function 'Provide procedural and, if necessary, technical guidance to the Working Groups and Technical Advisory Groups as it relates to their charters.' Non members can't formally be entitled to have things considered. But I agree on right of Appeal for everyone Pat's comments Again, we can deal with technical issues! Since some 'procedural votes' such as call the question are 66%, let's just reference Roberts Rules. Your thoughts on appointed positions not voting conflicts with other EC members For now I've gone with the other view point I don't understand your comment on moving Vice Chairs serving as Chairs. Tony's comments See alternate resolutions based on comments from other EC members Mike Lynch See Alternate resolutions Thanks and Regards to all, Mat Matthew Sherman, Ph.D. Engineering Fellow BAE Systems - Network Systems (NS) Office: +1 973.633.6344 Cell: +1 973.229.9520 email: email@example.com ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.