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Jon-This seems like a really bad idea.This will take out the last 30% of the normal business day for that "small" portion of the US networking industry on the West Coast that operates on Pacific Time.(As well as other areas of standards concern like Design Automation, Software, Semiconductor etc.)If IT staff isn't willing to do the work on the weekend or outside of US48 state business hours,then they should at least do the work early in the the business day so that are back up and the mail backlog is delivered by COB Eastern Time.The IEEE world doesn't operate on Piscataway staff time.Please do your best to advise them that this is a poor choice of time slots.Sincerely,Geoff Thompson802 EC Member EmeritusSenior Life MemberOn Feb 26, 2014, at 12:49 PM, Jon Rosdahl wrote:---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.Hello All,During my monthly IT Issues meeting with IEEE-SA staff today, it was noted that the IEEE corporate IT is working on preparing an official notification of a planned maintenance activity.
Possible Listserv Maintenance -- 5pm ET - Wednesday 5 March 2014 for 3 hrsE-mail will be delayed during the maintenance activity.
The maintenance activity may be delayed depending on the IEEE getting the official message prepared and sent out to all listserv owners. Watch for the official announcement and details to be sent directly to the listserv owners. The Corporate IT office is preparing the message and scheduling accordingly.
We (802 EC) are getting this early warning message as an artifact of my meeting with the IEEE-SA IT Staff on a monthly basis to discuss the open ticket items and planned IEEE-SA IT events.Regards,JonIEEE 802 Exec Secretary