The Working Group Plenary Sessions are conducted THREE times a year as part of the IEEE P802 LMSC Plenary Session event. Occasionally Task Group (TG), Study Group (SG), Standing Committee (SC), or Ad-Hoc Meetings are scheduled during the Executive Committee meeting on Monday mornings, or even the weekend proceeding the Plenary start.
The Working Group Interim Sessions are conducted between Working Group Plenary Sessions. This is dependant upon the work load of the committee. Typically we have conducted THREE Interims a year. Occasionally Task Group (TG), Study Group (SG), Standing Committee (SC), or Ad-Hoc Meetings are scheduled in the evening optional slots, or even the weekend proceeding the Interim start.
The Online Tentative Session Agenda displayed is always subject to change, after review at the start of the Full Working Group session for each meeting, and may be revised during the week to incorporate any necessary work.
All Working Group sessions start promptly on time, as detailed in the session agenda.
As a courtesy to others, we ask all attendees to switch off their mobile phones, or utilize the vibration alert function.
Attendance registration is electronic using a local server at the meeting.
As we rely exclusively on Electronic File & Media Interchange, we do not make hard copies of papers or presentations for Session Attendees. Documents are available on the public documentation server throughout the meeting.
The following are highly recommended for the most efficient exchange of information between members.
A Laptop computer for use at the meetings supporting 802.11 b/g or a/b/g
An E-Mail address capable of handling large file attachments
The Working Group has its own Policies and Procedures (Operating Rules & Bylaws), and also adheres to Robert's Rules of Order for parliamentary procedures whilst running each session. Currently, we use the Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised (Latest Published Edition), by Henry M. Robert (Editor), Sarah Corbin Robert, and William J. Evans (Editor). Available in Paperback and Hardback books or in CD-ROM format. The WG does not solely recommend or exclusively endorse this book, or any supplier, other books on the subject are available commercially.
This page is maintained by Adrian Stephens. Comments are welcome.