[802SEC] Fwd: [802SEC] Singapore plenary session tutorials
I think it is a good idea too.
My guess is that the loss of revenue would be about zero.
On 2 February 2011 10:21, Roger B. Marks <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm following up on Item (9) below:
> "use EC reflector to determine if there is consensus to make the Singapore
> plenary session tutorial slots open to interested parties at no charge"
> This was just an idea that popped into my head during the telecon, but I
> think it's worth considering. It would help connect us to the local
> technical community, acting as a kind of extension of the Saturday workshop.
> The marginal cost to us would be about zero, I think. We would lose out on
> some revenue that might have been generated from folks who would have
> attended only the tutorials, but I think it would be a good investment. I
> suppose another risk is related to the additional uncertainty regarding the
> number of seats we need. However, I suppose we have sufficient space to
> handle that.
> So, I support the idea. What about you?
> On 2011/02/01, at 01:21 PM, Paul Nikolich wrote:
> > Dear EC members,
> > The action items from the 1FEB2011 Interim ECtelconference are:
> > 1) Tricia Gerdon to obtain an executive summary of the Smart Grid
> initiative and circulate it to the EC members, ideally no later than
> > 2) GeoffT to circulate a draft of the 802 position on the New Model for
> IEEE Standards Maintenance in the next couple of days. EC members to work
> with Geoff on revising the position text so that an EC email ballot on the
> text can begin no later than 18FEB2010.
> > 3) Buzz to provide 802 Workshop invitation flyer to Fanny Su and David
> Law that includes an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
> > 4) James to post PDFs of 2009 Globecom 802 Workshop to www.ieee802.orgwebsite.
> > 5) David to provide source ppt files of 2009 Globecom 802 Workshop to EC
> members that ask for them.
> > 6) EC members to provide updated versions of 2009 Globecom 802 Workshop
> to James Gilb no later than 28FEB2011 for use in the Saturday PM 12MAR2011
> 802 workshop in Singapore
> > 7) EC members are expected to make a final decision on the MAR2012 venue
> by the end of the Singapore plenary session
> > 8) David to revise JTC1 ad hoc minutes and provide them to James for
> > 9) Roger to use EC reflector to determine if there is consensus to make
> the Singapore plenary session tutorial slots open to interested parties at
> no charge
> > 10) WG Chairs to provide Pat volunteers to run the 802 newcomer meetings
> > 11) Paul to work with Judy Gorman on the Service Level Agreement
> > 12) Paul to post action items to EC reflector
> > Regards,
> > --Paul
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