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[802.3_DMLT] FW: [STDS-802-3] IEEE P802.3br Interspersing Express Traffic initial Sponsor ballot results

Dear IEEE 802.3br colleagues,

In case you didn't read David's message below, we were successful in the 1st Sponsor ballot. There were some additional comments received that we have to decide to be considered.
See you in Macao and I wish you a safe trip.

Mit freundlichen Gruessen / With best regards,
Ludwig Winkel

  Chair of the IEEE P802.3br Task Force

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-----Original Message-----
From: Law, David [mailto:dlaw@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Donnerstag, 3. März 2016 20:04
To: STDS-802-3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [STDS-802-3] IEEE P802.3br Interspersing Express Traffic initial Sponsor ballot results

Dear Colleagues,

The initial Sponsor ballot on the amendment IEEE P802.3br Interspersing Express Traffic closed successfully on 2nd March 2016. The ballot exceeded the required 75% for consensus to approve the draft. The March 2016 IEEE P802.3br Task Force plenary week meeting <> will consider the 106 comments submitted and determine changes to the draft as appropriate. The availability of the comment database will be announced on the IEEE P802.3br Task Force reflector.

An additional 11 comments were received after the ballot closed, these comments will be marked as 'late' in the comment report and will be considered by the IEEE P802.3br Task Force if, based on a vote if necessary, there is no objection to do so.

The ballot statistics are:

 143 Voters
 102 Approve
   5 Disapprove
  11 Abstain
 118 Ballots returned

 82.52% Response Rate (>= 75% required)
  9.32% Abstain Rate (< 30% required)
 95.33% Approval Rate (>= 75% required)

Thank you to all that participated in this ballot.

David Law
Chair, IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group

Ludwig Winkel
Chair, IEEE P802.3br Interspersing Express Traffic  Task Force