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Thank you for the correction. Your editorials have always been positive and the sentence structure that you have pointed out will be corrected once all editorial comments have been received.
As regards the signature, and therefore who actually files this with the FCC, I'll let Paul make that decision. Why? Going back to 2005 when I first became the .18 chair it seems that Paul had me put his and my signature on outgoing filings. At some point, the date isn't clear, it became my signature only. I believe that was a verbal instruction received at a Plenary. Of course the EC would have either voted approval or, in some cases, had a review period for every document so he would be aware of what filings and contributions were being submitted. In any case even when Paul's signature was present he never did the actual filing nor was listed as the PoC (ITU-R) or author (FCC). So again my point is whatever Paul decides in Orlando is what I will do. However, as James has pointed out in the .24 case, if Paul's signature alone is on the document then Paul should do as he did with the .24 document, and that is file it himself.
I hope this explanation of how we got to where we are is useful.
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Subject: Re: [802SEC] FW: [802SEC] FW: +++Corrected Update - 10 Day EC Ballot - Reply Comments to the FCC's Incentive Auction Proposal - Docket No. 12-268 +++
My vote is recorded incorrectly below. I haven't voted yet.
I'll vote Approve as long as the editorials are corrected, including revising the signature block to show that it is issued the Sponsor Chair.
On 2013/03/06, at 07:03 PM, Michael Lynch wrote: