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