As Brad pointed out in a previous thread regarding this subject, the
discussion and Mr. Gottfried's presentation were captured in the 802.3
closing minutes. Mr. Gottfried also emailed me a copy of his
presentation and I can add it as an attachment with a link to it from
the 802.3 minutesas we treat closing reports and liaison presentations.
This will be, as Brad pointed out, in the usual .3 area where we cover
the plenary minutes.
Booth, Bradley wrote:
I cannot post something that I do not have
nor can I link to something that is not there. :-) Gottfried is more
than welcome to share a PDF of his presentation on the Task Force
reflector. Until then, there isn't much I can do. Sorry.
Since the presentation is germane to the subject matter of 10GBASE-T, I
would suggest that you put a link to it on the Atlanta TF page (I
For that matter, I believe that it would also be helpful to put a link
to your report to the closing plenary of 802.3 on that page also.
At 09:44 PM 3/29/2005 -0800, Booth, Bradley wrote:
I stated that I would
request that Gottfried's presentation be added to the 802.3 minutes as
the presentation was made during the 802.3 closing plenary. The
presentation was made after the 802.3an Task Force close of business;
therefore, it cannot be recorded in the Task Force minutes.
P802.3an Task Force
- From: Eric Wang [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 5:48 PM
- To: STDS-802-3-10GBT@listserv.ieee.org
- Subject: Gottfried's presentation
- I rembered that in a previous email you said that
Gottfried's presentation at March meeting will be posted with the
minutes. I did not find it in the minutes, so I am just wondering
whether you forget to post it. Thanks.
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Wael William Diab
Secretary, IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Working Group (Ethernet)