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Re: [802SEC] Motion to return 802.20 to individual voting rights

John -

I would personally like to see them tabulated both ways. Where that gets us if they differ wildly in their point of view then becomes an interesting question - however, I believe in that case the prevailing view should be that expressed by the block tabulated result.

As for your second question, I believe that this exercise is aimed at discharging the remaining reason for the UC-EC to exist, and therefore allowing it to become a non-entity. I detect from Paul's recent mails that the mechanism here is that the UC-EC would vote to become a non-entity at the upcoming Plenary. (Of course, some might argue that that has already happened...;-) )


At 14:38 26/06/2008, John Hawkins wrote:
I tend to agree w/ Tony in his recent emails concerning the nature of
the mandate given to 802.20 (it wasn't to do entity based voting, and we
aren't "returning" to individual voting rights - we never left) and the
way forward (we should poll them before acting to change the mandate).

Two questions:

If we poll 802.20, how should that poll be tabulated? By voting blocks,
by individuals, both?

Does this action have any effect on the UC-EC? That's the "entity" I'd
like to get rid of *if* the time has come. Has it, in effect, already
been disbanded by virtue of the standard being finalized? I'd be happy
to turn in my UC-EC union card at the earliest opportunity...

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