RE: SONET/Ethernet clock tolerance
Thank you for your sensitivity. My recent comment to Rich and Ben WAS NOT an
indirect slap at you. It was a sincere compliment to them.
During the course of their dialog they might have attacked each other
personally. They didn't. The might have made disparaging comments about each
others assumptions, logic, and conclusions. They didn't. They focused on
gaining a common understanding of each others reasoning and perspectives in
a truly dignified and respectful way.
Regarding your "ayes and nays" comment, no it would probably not be
effective to ask for a vote on the reflector. On the other hand, it is
completely reasonable to ask for feedback.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Osamu ISHIDA [mailto:ishida@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Sunday, April 02, 2000 7:34 AM
> To: Paul Bottorff; Jonathan Thatcher; stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: SONET/Ethernet clock tolerance
> Dear Paul, Jonathan, and All,
> Please accept my sincerely apologies for my un-necessarily offensive
> wording in my recent contribution to this reflector. I admit to my
> wrong attitude of mind to make discussion.
> Paul, very sorry and I hope you kindly allow me to discuss with you
> in another thread that I will re-start here after a while.
> Jonathan, thank you very much for your timely alarm indication.
> I am ashamed of losing my composure due to my impatience.
> All, it would be greatly appreciated if you let me know your own
> impression on the topics of my recent contributions to this
> reflector. I am a newcomer to this community and hence I eager
> to know how you think and feel. To date I have little response
> (my thanks to Rich, Bruce, and Seto) that indicate my point
> is clearly
> recognized regardless of their ayes and nays. I saw one mysterious
> reaction that suggests me the existence of something like the
> gag law.
> I feel very ISOLATED to this community and I am afraid I may speak
> different language (yes, this is not Japanese). This leads
> me to feel
> too impatience to disgrace myself.
> As you know, my company NTT has already invested in 10Gb SDH and
> hence he may not welcome my contribution to this community. However
> I myself believe that 802.3ae should be optimized to the lowest cost
> solution, and hence made 10GENIE proposal in Albuquerque.
> Please let me know your personal perspective on this matter by
> direct e-mail to me (since I'm not sure that this kind of ayes
> and nays is suitable to this reflector). Of cource if you
> have any additinal information, please do it here in reflector.
> Thanks in advance,