Re: [802SEC] Call for Comments on 802.23 draft
I see that the Commentary download page has the following statement on it:
"Notice: Commentary 2 is provided by the copyright owner solely for use by
the IEEE 802.16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access."
I therefore believe that your request that we make use of this tool is an
encitement for us to breach Roger's copyright.
On 13 June 2011 05:52, Geoff Thompson <email@example.com> wrote:
> In my last e-mail to you (attached below) I announce the availability of
> the first public version of the 802.23 draft. In that e-mail, I said that I
> would formally solicit comments to be considered and incorporated into the
> draft at our next meetings during the 802 Plenary Week in San Franciso the
> week of July 17.
> Please review the draft and record your comments using (the older version
> of) the 802.16 commenting tool, "Commentary 1.55".
> The tool does allow you to accumulate comments over multiple review
> Commentary is a standalone application that has both MAC and PC versions.
> Downloadable files are available at:
> Please use "802.23 Ballot 1" as the fill-in for the field labeled "Letter
> Ballot Number or Ballot Code"
> Please mail the resulting comment file to me at:
> With the subject line:
> Comments on 802.23/D0.9
> This is a 30 day comment period so please get your comments to me by
> midnight, July 13 AoE
> I will bring the assembled comments to the meeting
> Comments are welcome from any interested or materially interested party.
> If you have any question please get in touch with me directly
> Best regards,
> Geoff Thompson, 802.23 WG Chair
> Subject: 802.23 Initial Public draft posted
> Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 14:11:00 -0700
> From: Geoff Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Reply-To: email@example.com
> To: 802-23 Emergency Services <
> CC: 802 EC <stds-802-sec@IEEE.ORG>
> I am happy to report that 802.23 had a successful meeting in King of
> Prussia, PA. Although we did not have any more attending the meeting
> than normal, we had a very productive meeting with the help of Richard
> Barnes who helped shake out out concepts with respect to operation and
> inter-layer relationships. We reviewed my initial cut at a draft and
> refined and simplified our concepts. In the time since the meeting we
> have generated a new version of the draft which we are making available
> for public review.
> The draft is available at the following URL:
> or alternatively at:
> You may also retrieve the draft by going to the 802.23 document site
> and selecting [Download] for 2011 DCN 13
> We are happy to accept comments from all interested parties as Observer
> comments. All comments will be considered.
> I would appreciate your review.
> I expect to post commenting tools and ask for formally submitted
> comments to be submitted for review at our Working Group meeting
> (Tues/Wed/Thurs AM) at the next 802 Plenary in San Francisco.
> Best regards,
> Geoffrey O. Thompson
> Chair, IEEE 802.23 Emergency Services Working Group
> GraCaSI Standards Advisors
> 158 Paseo Ct.
> Mountain View, CA 94043-5286
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