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[10GMMF] October05 call for presentations



The 10GBASE-LRM committee will meet at the Radisson Hotel Corning, 125 Denison Parkway East, Corning NY 14830, USA, Monday – Wednesday 10th – 12th October 2005.

On Wednesday we will only meeting during the morning.


 The full IEEE 802 meeting notice can be found at:


The goals for the October meeting are:


To complete comment review of D2.3 and make final preparations for a last recirculation ballot before asking to go to Sponsor Ballot at the November Plenary meeting.


To ensure enough time for comment resolution a maximum of 20 minutes will be allocated to any one presentation, including question time.  Only succinct presentations focused on comment resolution of D2.3 or models used to develop the specification will be accepted on to the agenda.  The chair expects that every presentation will be in support of a planned motion, resolution of a comment or a proposed action of the group.  


In order to develop a draft agenda, requests for presentation time should be sent to David Cunningham ( by the end of Thursday 6th October please include the following information:


  •  Name of presenter


  •  Title of presentation


  •  Length of time requested (this should include time for questions and answers)


  •  Brief description of topic


Presentation Procedure

For this meeting we will use the procedure developed by David Law
with the following amendments.  Please make every effort to submit presentations by the end of Thursday 6th October 2005.  This will allow our web master to get them onto the website before the meeting.  However, as the ballot doesn’t close until Saturday the 8th October, presenters that have made a request for presentation by Thursday 6th will be allowed to bring the presentation to the meeting on a memory stick or equivalent.

Presenters please complete the PDF document information fields per the procedures for presenters, failure to do so may result in rejection of your presentation.


David Cunningham