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Re: [802SEC] 802 workshop Saturday 12 March


Sunday afternoon is a bad time fir a number of reasons.  It's ok if you can't make it, we'll make do with whoever can participate. 

I'm very sure we'll hold the workshop and sat pm is the best time.  Thanks. 


On Jan 24, 2011, at 1:10 PM, "Pat Thaler" <> wrote:

> Paul,
> My flights have already been purchased for arrival around midnight on Saturday 12 March. I could change them for a change fee, but from what you say below, the meeting is not firm. When do you expect to know? Would it be possible to hold this on Sunday afternoon instead? 
> I haven't decided whether attending this session is worth the change fee, but in any case, I wouldn't want to commit to changing the flight unless the plans are firm. On Friday, I was told that it looked like there was plenty of availability on my fare for the earlier flight but that could change.
> Regards,
> Pat
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ***** IEEE 802 Executive Committee List ***** [] On Behalf Of Paul Nikolich
> Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2011 3:53 PM
> Subject: [802SEC] 802 workshop Saturday 12 March
> Dear EC members,
> Question: I'd like to see how many of you will be in Singapore on Saturday 12 March and would be willing to participate in an "802 Workshop" for the local IEEE members.  The objective of the workshop would be to give attendees a high level understanding of the IEEE, the IEEE Standards Association, the "802-well-oiled-machine-style" standards development process, and a summary of the current standards and projects in each of your WGs and TAG.
> So--who will be in Singapore on Saturday and be willing to participate in a workshop.  As a starting point, I'm thinking it should be less than 4 hours long, probably in the afternoon between 1pm and 5pm with one 15 minute break.
> Possible agenda:
> 1) Welcome--Paul, 5 min
> 2) IEEE, IEEE-SA Overview--Paul, Bob Grow 10 min
> 3) 802-style standard dev process overview--Pat, Jon 10 min
> 4) SA/802-policy and procedure--Mat 10min
> 5) 802 Architecture--JamesG/Tony 10min
> 6) 802.1 overview--Tony   (all of these WG updates will be about 10min on average)
> 7) 802.3 -- David
> 8) 802.11 --Bruce
> 9) 802.15 --Bob
> 10) 802.16--Roger
> --break--15min
> 11) 802.17--John
> 12) 802.18--Mike
> 13) 802.19--Steve
> 14) 802.20--Mark
> 15) 802.21--Subir
> 16) 802.22--Apurva
> 17) 802.23--Geoff
> 18) Wrap up--Paul
> I'll put this on the agenda for our interim EC meeting call 1FEB too, but if you have input before then, please share it on the EC reflector.
> Regards,
> --Paul
> --Paul
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