Re: [802SEC] IEEE 802.24 letter ballot #06 response time extended
The ballot has closed. The results are:
Return rate 62%
Approval ratio 96%
The motion passes.
The following people voted in the ballot:
Gilb James P K,
Gillmore Matthew Keith,
Heile Robert F ,
Kalke Jerome J ,
Kent Jeritt Edward,
Nikolich Paul ,
Rolfe Benjamin A. ,
Salazar Cardozo Ruben Emilio ,
Shah Kunal Pankaj,
Victor Dalton T ,
IEEE 802.24 TAG Chair
On 09/14/2014 10:39 PM, James P. K. Gilb wrote:
Dear 802.24 voters
The IEEE 802.24 Smart Grid TAG Letter Ballot #06 response time has been
extended until 15 September, 2014 anywhere on earth (AoE).
The list of voters who have responded is at the end of this email.
Motion is that IEEE 802.24 approves and the formation of a Internet of
Things (IoT) subgroup to write a proposed TG scope document for the IoT
application category (the current form is 24-14-0014-01).
To respond, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with
the subject line:
LB06-LAST NAME-FIRST NAME-VOTE
where VOTE shall be one of YES, NO, or ABSTAIN.
In the body of the email state your vote and affiliation.
Failure to follow the instructions will result in your vote not counting
as a valid response to the letter ballot.
If you don't receive an acknowledgement from the Chair within 24 hours,
please re-send your vote.
This is a mandatory letter ballot. According to the IEEE 802 WG P&P,
subclause "7.2.3. Loss":
Excepting recirculation letter ballots membership may be lost if two of
the last three WG letter ballots are not returned, or are returned with
an abstention for other than “lack of technical expertise.”
Chair IEEE 802.24 Smart Grid TAG
Gottlib , Elad
Heile , Robert
Kalke , Jerome
Kojima , Fumihide
Rolfe, Benjamin A.
Salazar Cardozo, Ruben
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