Re: [EFM] News and Updates
Hi all, It appears that there had been a e-restructure of the IEEE website
and as a result the links contained in the following email are obsolete.
It appears that the top level URL for the EFM study group is now:
http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/efm instead of the former:
Therefore the URL for the July meetings presentation material becomes:
July tutorial material:
And correct may meeting minutes:
Time to update those book marks!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Howard Frazier" <millardo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 10:24 AM
Subject: [EFM] News and Updates
> Dear members of the IEEE 802.3 EFM Study Group,
> A press release announcing the 802.3 Working Group
> and 802 LMSC approval of the 802.3ah PAR for EFM
> can be found at:
> I have updated our web site with the final versions
> of the presentation materials from the July meeting:
> The meeting minutes for the July meeting are available
> at the URL:
> My thanks to JC Kuo and his co-workers at Alloptic for
> producing the minutes in record time!
> I have also placed the tutorial materials from the July meeting
> at the URL:
> And last, but not least, a corrected version of the minutes from
> the May, 2001 meeting has been placed on the web at:
> My thanks once again to all of you for participating in
> and supporting the work of the IEEE 802.3 EFM Study Group.
> It has been an honor for me to serve as your chairman.
> The work of the study group has been completed, and the
> IEEE 802.3 Working Group has authorized the formation of the
> 802.3ah EFM Task Force to carry out the job of producing a
> standard, pending the approval of the IEEE-SA Standards Board.
> We will continue to use this email reflector and web URL,
> at least for the time being, to avoid confusion. I have asked
> the IEEE Electronic Services staff to set up some additional
> email reflectors for each of our 4 technical sub groups, and I
> will send out the reflector addresses and subscription information
> in a few days.
> We will be posting the information about the upcoming meeting
> in Copenhagen in the near future.
> Congratulations Team!
> Howard Frazier
> Former Chairman, IEEE 802.3 EFM Study Group