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Jonathan -while you're at it, could you make sure that staff fix the mixup on 802.3bz (2.5G/5GBASE-T) and 802.3br (traffic) - the labels and links are crossed up down in the get802 section.
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On Apr 29, 2017, at 3:51 PM, Jonathan Goldberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thank you for your excellent observation skills and sharing this information with us.
I agree that this is meant to refer to 802.21 and 802.21.1 and have shared this with the IEEE-SA Marketing staff for correction.
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On Apr 29, 2017 6:34 PM, "Geoff Thompson" <email@example.com> wrote:
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There needs to be a correction sent to the Standards Association regarding the recent mailing of the SA-Newswire.Given that it is an "all 802" error and the extent to which it is featured,I think the correction should come from you.
In the 3rd line it says:"This standard is part of the IEEE 802.2.1™ revision project"which, of course, it is not.There is no IEEE 802.2 standard, it has been withdrawn.There is not now, nor has there ever been an IEEE 802.2.1 standard,thus it is not being revised and (I assume) neither has the term "802.2.1" been trademarked.
I assume that this is the result of a typographical error and should have read:"This standard is part of the IEEE 802.21™ revision project"
(but I am not an 802.21 expert)
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