Re: [802SEC] FW: [802SEC] UC-EC email ballot regarding forwarding 802.20 to RevComm
Actually, on further review, your change of vote as part of the Recirc2 is
Your comment 38 in Recirc1, a technical comment tied to your Recirc1
disapprove vote, covering the matter addressed by Max, was part of the
Recirc2 recirculation. This comment deals with the same matter, in general,
that Max identifies in his comment. The resolution of this comment can be
used as the basis for Max's comment. The fact that you changed your vote as
part of Recirc2 does not remove your comment 38 from the Recirc2 ballot
package, and comments in Recirc2 can be made based on the resolution of your
comment 38 from Recirc1.
In any event, your comment 38 references Geoff Thompson's comment 451, and
Geoff is still a disapprove voter, so Max's comment can be equally tagged to
[mailto:owner-stds-802-sec@LISTSERV.IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of Tony Jeffree
Sent: Friday, May 09, 2008 12:01 AM
To: Phillip Barber
Subject: Re: [802SEC] FW: [802SEC] UC-EC email ballot regarding forwarding
802.20 to RevComm
If you are going to use my votes and comments (or anyone else's for
that matter) to bolster your argument, then you will need to be
accurate. I have no outstanding disapprove comments - my vote on the
most recent recirculation ballot was "approve".
At 05:30 09/05/2008, Phillip Barber wrote:
>While I do not disagree that text in that section may not have changed
>during the most recent recirculation, I can say that at least outstanding
>disapprove comments by Tony Jeffree are also directed to this same general
>matter. So Max's comment is open and relevant to outstanding disapprove
>comments. Disallowing this comment, and especially converting Max's vote to
>'Abstain' from 'Disapprove' is improper and irregular.
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