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[STDS-802-3-MAINT] [802.3cq] comment files posted

All, the comment received have been processed by the editor and are now posted for your review in the comment area:


The process I use to resolve comments is that we default to the editor’s recommendation for the resolution. As you review, it is quite likely you will have some comments where you disagree with the proposed response. In those cases, in the interest of efficiency, I ask that you send an email to Dave Abramson, CC’ing me, with the comment number(s) of such comments, requesting that we place the comment(s) in the Task Force To Discuss (TFTD) bucket. While you are making this list, you know why you want a comment pulled. I request that you also provide that reasoning. This will be incorporated into the comment database and a new PDF will be provided so that people can prepare for the meeting. Many times in past meetings, time is wasted while trying to recall why a comment was pulled. Simply put, this is the main reason I request you provide explanation. Since this process is manual and since I want to get a file posted with time for review, I have set a deadline of Thursday May 16, 11:59pm AOE. This allows for the comment database to be updated and a new file posted for review prior to travelling to the meeting in Salt Lake.


The comments that do not get pulled into the TFTD bucket will not get discussed in the room. These comments will be bulk processed after resolving all the TFTD comments but stay open until the very end of comment resolution, allowing for sufficient time for interested parties to review the responses.


We have 46 comments to process and one day of meeting time, which should be sufficient time. See you in Salt Lake next week.




Chad Jones

Tech Lead, Cisco Systems

Chair, IEEE P802.3cq Task Force

Principal, NFPA 70 CMP3


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