Re: [802SEC] +++ECmail ballot(closes no later than 27April2007 +++Motion to Affirm
Based on your previous announcement
I am under the impression that I have been prohibited from
participating in such a ballot. I would presume that this would
preclude me from making or seconding such a motion, or voting on it.
The situation in murky, however, and other EC members seem to
perceive the situation differently.
I request your clarification.
On Apr 14, 2007, at 05:45 PM, Paul Nikolich wrote:
> Dear EC members,
> I'm forwarding this on behalf of Arnie Greenspan. Please cast your
> vote promptly.
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> +Motion to Affirm
>> The chair has delegated the conduct of this EC ballot to me. The
>> ballot opens
>> 16 April 2007 and closes 27 April 2007.
>> Mr. Mark Klerer and Mr. Jim Mollenauer volunteered to be Vice-
>> Chairs for
>> 802.20. They have been approved by the IEEE Standards board and then
>> subsequently unanimously approved by the 802.20 Working Group. The
>> motion to the EC is the final step in the approval process.
>> It is moved that Mr. Mark Klerer be affirmed as Procedural Vice-
>> Chair and Mr
>> Jim Mollenauer be affirmed as Liaison Vice-Chair of 802.20
>> Moved by Arnie Greenspan
>> Second by Matt Sherman
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