Re: [802SEC] [802SEC] ex-officio request
I agree with Tony ... Ex officio means "non-voting."
My only concern with granting Paul voting rights in my WG is that he
normally doesn't attend interims and would count against quorum absent some
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> Paul -
> I don't believe there is a problem granting you voting membership in
> each WG/TAG - the current P&P allow Chairs to do that. However,
> current P&P don't have a concept of an "ex-officio member" or what
> properties might be associated with it.
> At 18:17 17/07/2007, Paul Nikolich wrote:
> >Some of you have asked what my motivation to be given ex-officio
> >status in your group is. My motiviation is as follows--my duties as
> >802 Chair do not allow me to attend WG sessions on a regular enough
> >basis to acheive membership status the usual way, hence I am not a
> >member of any group. Does this mean I am not a member of LMSC? An
> >odd situation I'm trying to resolve via the ex-officio
> >mechanism. Also I wish to have the ability to vote on WG or TAG
> >matters when I do have the time to understand the issue under
> >consideration and weigh in on via a vote.
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