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Thank you, Val.
I echo your compliments to the group. I trust our editorial team will complement that work. (sorry, I just couldn’t resist). If there are any questions I can help with, please don’t hesitate to contact me as well. Getting to draft 1.0 is a big deal for us. The review we undertake in task force review should be designed to ring out the technical issues first and foremost (not that fixing editorial issues isn’t). Our goal is getting to working group ballot. That means “technically complete”.
To be technically complete, we need to vet out our direction and work to fill in the TBDs. Remember, we have adopted ‘baselines’ – we need to work them, fill in and build consensus on the parts where we don’t have it yet, and adjust where necessary.
Hopefully on the next few months and our Geneva meeting will continue the great progress that we’ve had to date.
George Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Chair, IEEE P802.3cg 10 Mb/s Single Twisted Pair Ethernet Task Force
President & Principal
CME Consulting, Inc.
Experts in Advanced PHYsical Communications
Dear P802.3cg Task Force members,
Please accept my complements for the productive week of meetings that pushed our draft towards Task Force Review. Kindly be reminded of our November 20th deadline for technical content from baselines to be submitted for incorporation into developing P802.3cg draft 1.0. References to approved baselines can be found in the draft Motions and Straw Polls link.
Please submit editable files to me in Word, FrameMaker 10, or FrameMaker MIF 7.0 format and be sure to include all necessary text, figures, drawings, tables, and code. Let me know if I can assist by providing source clause text.
Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Valerie Maguire, BSEE