|Thread Links||Date Links|
|Thread Prev||Thread Next||Thread Index||Date Prev||Date Next||Date Index|
Thankyou for your analysis. Please see my response below.
Best Regards, Adrian Stephens IEEE 802.11 Working Group Chair mailto: email@example.com Phone: +1 (971) 203-2032 Skype: adrian_stephens
On 29/11/2016 18:06, Pat Thaler wrote:
You are right. I'd managed to overlook this.
The WG chair can determine to keep somebody a voter for whatever reason. So you could view my interpretation as an exercise of this license.
In my mind it is natural justice. We should not penalize somebody for lack of exercise of a vote that probably (individually) has no effect.
I agree. This is something I have given thought to. If there are a substantial number of folks in special measures
when the ballot ends, the ballot could well fail. In my mind, this isn't hugely significant. What does matter is we
get due diligence paid to the draft, and the bulk of the comments written on the first draft. These would be resolved
before going to a ballot on D2.0.
---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.