Re: [802SEC] 802.11 revision PAR
Before you do as Dr. Glib proposes,
I would suggest that you consult with the other wireless chairs on a naming scheme that gives each of the wireless LAN standards a distinguished name. His suggestion is no more appropriate than "Standard for LANs" or "Standard for Wired LANs" would have been for 802.3.
> On Jan 25, 2017, at 8:11 PMPST, James Gilb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I would submit the following suggestions for consideration by the 802.11 WG during the March plenary:
> 1) I suggest that the 802.11 WG consider changing the standard's title. Most of the words in the title were required many years ago, but are not required now (IEEE 802.3, for example, has the official title of "Standard for Ethernet"). I would suggest:
> "Standard for Wireless LAN"
> 2) RevCom asks for standards referenced in the text to have the full title in 8.1. Hence, I would suggest adding the full names for IEEE 802.11ah-2016 and IEEE 802.11ai-2016 to 8.1.
> James Gilb
> On 01/24/2017 11:43 PM, Adrian Stephens wrote:
>> Dear EC members,
>> The feedback to my proposal to solicit approval of the 802.11 revision par on
>> the EC telecon was negative.
>> I shall therefore follow the usual 802 EC approval route, and pre-submit to
>> NesCom for its March meeting.
>> This is notification that I will seek approval of the PAR in
>> during the March 2017 802 plenary.
>> The PAR was approved by motion in WG11:
>> It is necessary because we have two published amendments to IEEE Std 802.11-2016
>> and a further 7 active amendment projects.
>> Best Regards,
>> Adrian Stephens
>> IEEE 802.11 Working Group Chair
>> Phone: +1 (971) 203-2032
>> Skype: adrian_stephens
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