Re: [802SEC] +++10 Day EC Email Ballot (Closes no later than 11 May 2007)+++Motion to approve Doc. 18-07-0026 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO [IMT.TECH]+++
The language used here regarding allowing the chair to make editorial
and format changes is of a boiler plate nature. In the current case it
allows the 802.18 chair to make those changes necessary to put the
document in the correct format for submission to ITU-R. It does not give
me license to make substantive changes to the document.
I presume that you are referring to Appendix 1 and 2 rather than tables.
In reviewing the minutes of the our meeting I can confirm that it was
decided to retain Appendix 1 and 2. It was also decided that a note be
included that states that IEEE 802 did not review them but that we do
not preclude ourselves from doing so in the future. The final paragraph
of the cover page text reserves IEEE 802's right to submit further
comments on the overall IMT.TECH document and Appendixes 1 and 2. In the
ITU-R manner of editing deletion of Appendix 1 and 2 would be taken to
mean that IEEE 802 is saying that they should be removed from the
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I am a bit concerned about the open ended nature of the motion. I
paticipated in the referenced telecom and voted to approve. What I voted
to approve was the document that had been discussed and agreed upon by
the task group. I have no idea what the editorial and format changes
will be. In fact It was recommended in the final tlecom that tables be
deleted as an editorial change. this suggestion was objected to by the
group. We do not know what other editorial changes may be made and if we
all agree that they are editorial or substantive. I am ready to reaffirm
my approval of the telom but not provide a blanket approval to as yet
> From: "Michael Lynch" <mjlynch@NORTEL.COM>
> Date: 2007/05/01 Tue AM 07:29:13 EDT
> To: <stds-802-sec@IEEE.ORG>
> Subject: [802SEC] +++10 Day EC Email Ballot (Closes no later than 11
> May 2007)+++Motion to approve Doc. 18-07-0026 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO
> Dear EC members,
> During the March Plenary meeting it was decided that 802.18 would work
> by conference call to develop an input on IMT Advanced requirements
> for the May meeting of ITU-R WP8F. To that end there were six
> conference calls held. The EC was provided summaries of each of those
> On 30 April 802.18 met by conference call to vote on the final
> The pool of eligible voters included the chairs of the participating
> WGs, and a quorum was present. A roll call vote was conducted and the
> document, 18-07-0026, was approved. The tally was 12/0/0.
> This document is not meant to be the only input from IEEE 802
> regarding IMT Advanced. It may be that there will be additional inputs
> to ITU-R WP8F on this topic and others.
> This input proposes changes to an existing ITU-R WP8F document. The
> normal format for submitting a document such as this to ITU-R is with
> the changes tracked. We realized that this can make review of the
> document more complicated. What 802.18 has done is to provide the EC
> with two versions of Doc. 18-07-0026; one with change bars and one
> without. Both are available at http://ieee802.org/18/, in the March
> 2007 meeting documents folder.
> As was agreed when this process was started there will be parallel
> ballots in the EC and in the WGs that participated. The 30 April
> meeting directed me to present 18-07-0026 to the EC for approval.
> Motion: Moved by Mike Lynch, seconded by Roger Marks
> To approve document 18-07-0026-00-0000 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO
> [IMT.TECH] as an 802 document, authorizing the chair of 802.18 to do
> necessary editorial and formatting changes and, using the document as
> a "template", create the appropriate input to ITU-R WP8F.
> Informative: This document provides ITU-R WP8F with the views of IEEE
> 802 on the topic of IMT Advanced requirements.
> This ballot opens at midnight CDT Tuesday 1 May and closes at midnight
> CDT Saturday 12 May 2007.
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