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RE: [EFM] Next Meeting

Hi Dan,

I received an e-mail from Mario who is the meeting organizer for the September
meeting informing me that he had contacted their service provider in Copenhagen
about the meeting registration page in relation to the problem you had seen. It
seems that there was a spurious dot at the end of the URL on our web page that
was referencing the registration site. While this dot did not prevent the
registration site from being accessed it did stop the page from being submitted
once the information had been entered. I have now corrected this problem on the
IEEE web site but just in case the URL for the registration page is

 David Law

Dan Romascanu <dromasca@xxxxxxxxx> on 25/07/2001 08:54:46

Sent by:  Dan Romascanu <dromasca@xxxxxxxxx>

To:   "'Howard Frazier'" <>,
cc:    (David Law/GB/3Com)
Subject:  RE: [EFM] Next Meeting


I tried to follow the Web registration and reservation procedure for the
Copenhagen meeting. After going through all the steps, when I chose
'reconfirm registration' at what seems to be the last page I receive an HTTP
500 Server Error message. I have no clue if my request was admitted and
entered in the system or not. Did somebody else encounter this problem? Any

Thanks and Regards,


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Howard Frazier [mailto:millardo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 1:59 AM
> To:
> Subject: [EFM] Next Meeting
> The first meeting of the IEEE 802.3ah EFM Task Force will
> take place in Copenhagen, Denmark from September 17-19th,
> at an interim meeting hosted by Intel.  See the announcement at:
> I have submitted the PAR for 802.3ah to the IEEE-SA Standards Board
> for consideration at their September 13th meeting.  We have gone
> ahead and planned the interim meeting in the hope and expectation
> that the Standards Board will approve the PAR.
> Also, it appears that the "great move of '01" in the IEEE Electronic
> Services department has been completed, and that is
> back in action.
> Howard Frazier
> (former) Chairman, IEEE 802.3 EFM Study Group