Re: [802SEC] Schedule for 802.24 upcoming meetings
Max prefers <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Regarding the proposal, I think it's worth considering as a suggestion, but we need to consider other factors as well. I agree that the TAGs and the current ECSG are "cross-802" groups to some degree, and all have interest overlapping with the membership of the WGs. However, the same can be said of other WGs as well. 802.19 is a clear example, but not the only one.
The philosophy of limiting schedule overlap among 802.18, 802.24, and OmniRAN is, I guess, based on the presumption that there are a lot of participants who want to attend all three. Personally, I can't think of anyone in that category, because the technical topics are pretty diverse. For example, I attend 802.18 sometimes, but I don't recall seeing anyone else in an 802.18 meeting who was also in a meeting of the 802.16 HetNet SG (which carried the OmniRAN activity). I do know that there has been some common interest between 802.18 and 802.24, but that probably depends on the specific agendas.
I think that the key to successful OmniRAN scheduling is to limit overlap with the activities in the WGs that look upward toward Layer 3.
On 2012/11/20, at 03:05 PM, James P. K. Gilb wrote:
> That sounds like a good idea. I will coordinate with Mike and Max.
> Roger, can you send me Max's email so we can pick times that don't conflict among 802.18, 802.24 and the new ECSG?
> James Gilb
> On 11/19/2012 05:01 PM, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>> Per our discussion Friday evening, it will best if the other cross-802
>> groups interleave their schedules with yours to permit maximum
>> availability to those 802 participants interested in those cross-802
>> activities. Please try to work out the details with your colleagues.
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>>> 802.24 will have an ad-hoc meeting in Vancouver in conjunction with
>>> the Wireless Interim meeting, The meeting dates and times will be: 14
>>> Jan 2013: Mon. 16:00-18:00 15 Jan 2013: Tue. 16:00-18:00 16 Jan 2013:
>>> Wed. 16:00-18:00
>>> 802.24 will have its next regular meeting during the IEEE 802 plenary
>>> session in Orlando. The meeting dates and times will be: 18 Mar 2013:
>>> Mon. 16:00-18:00 19 Mar 2013: Tue. 16:00-18:00 20 Mar 2013: Wed.
>>> James Gilb IEEE 802.24 Smart Grid TAG Chair
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