Re: [802SEC] 802.20 Sponsor Ballot Results Report
The IEEE SA Operations Manual governs the way the results ratios are computed
A DISAPPROVE without comment is lower in impact that an ABSTAIN
An ABSTAIN (if there are enough of them) can cause a ballot to fail
A DISAPPROVE ballot without comment only goes to satisfaction of the the
ballot return ratio, nothing else. I am not particularly wild about this,
but it is the rules for 802.20 and 802.17 too.
At 04:37 PM 1/22/2008 , J Lemon wrote:
>I find it odd that SASB approved calculations that include Nn votes for
>ReturnRate and AbstainRate but not ApproveRate. If Nn votes are invalid
>votes, then they should not be included in ReturnRate and AbstainRate. If
>Nn votes are valid votes, then they should be included in ApproveRate. I
>suppose it's too late to change the process, but still felt the need to
>express this thought.
>On 1/22/2008 4:09 PM, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>>Dear EC members,
>>The initial sponsor ballot of 802.20 closed last week. The results are
>>Nc = number of nc blocs voting Disapprove with
>>Nn = number of nn blocs voting Disapprove without Comment 01
>>Y = number of y blocs voting
>>A = number of a blocs voting
>>B = number of blocs of the approved Sponsor Ballot
>>ReturnRate = (Nc + Nn + Y + A ) /
>>B (11+1+39+8)/70 = 0.843
>>ApproveRate = Y / (Nc +
>>AbstainRate = A / (Nc + Nn + Y +
>>A) 8/(11+1+39+8) = 0.136
>>The ballot is in the comment resolution process now in preparation for
>>See the attached document for details on the process used to derive the
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