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We discussed during the EC teleconference whether posting a pointer to PARs on the IETF new-work reflector is a liaison statement which requires a motion or not. Some felt strongly that it does and others equally strongly that it doesn’t. We have a similar request from another standards body (was it ITU?).
The form of email would be something like:
The following Project Authorization Requests are under consideration for the <month> <year> IEEE 802 Plenary:
A list of <designation>-<title>
The PARs can be found at http://ieee802.org/PARs.shtml.
Any comments on a proposed PAR should be sent to the Working Group chair identified in the PAR to be received by <date of Tuesday of the plenary> 1700 <time zone of meeting>.
At this point, I can see two courses of action –
A motion to give blanket approval to a regular liaison mailing of the information above to IETF (and possibly include the other body)
A motion to acknowledge that the above communication is not a formal liaison and doesn’t require approval.
I’d like input on which would be preferred.