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Since I may not be available for our ad hoc tomorrow, I wanted to make a few remarks by reflector.
We have now entered the task force review stage. While working-group ballot and sponsor ballot are governed by fairly formal rules on recirculation times and scopes, the task force review is less regulated. You should see it as an opportunity to get used to the ballot process if it is new to you.
As Chair, I’d like to see the group focused, and I HIGHLY recommend using the spreadsheet comment tool. This way we can progress our work by reviewing solutions we’ve approved and corresponding text, and by providing solutions to problems we find.
I expect that the process will begin soon, with the posting of d1p0 to the private area.
Please ignore the “Must be satisfied” field for now. There are no ‘required’ comments in task force review. Category can be Technical, Editorial, or General. It is up to you to determine which category your comment falls into. The important thing is to identify where the text is, if possible, quote the text that needs revision in your comment area, and write a proposed change. If the change is long enough or complex enough that you need to make a presentation with technical backup, please note that in the proposed change field as well as at least a short description of your proposal.
Valerie will give you her best estimates of the timeframes. PLEASE, respect her request for when to get comments in.
The meetings will proceed best when our editorial team has had a chance to review and consider the comments and provide suggested responses.
For the simple ones (typos, etc.) we’ll classify comments as ‘EZ’ or into technical buckets. In my mind, ‘EZ’ is a clear typo, technical or editorial error where the solution is obvious. I almost never do a proposed reject in an EZ comment unless it’s an obvious mess up on the commenters part.
When an issue is technical and more involved, I expect we’ll get a lot of presentations in the remedies. Please indicate that in your comments and try to present and build consensus in advance. Remember to use the reflector and our ad hocs.
George Zimmerman, Ph.D.
President & Principal
CME Consulting, Inc.
Experts in Advanced PHYsical Communications