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IEEE 2030

WG Meeting Information:
No P2030 Working Group meetings are currently scheduled.At the February 22-23, 2011 IEEE P2030 Working Group meeting in New Orleans, attendees unanimously approved (with no abstentions) that P2030 Draft 4.1 with minor edits, shall be submitted for IEEE ballot. The ballot is targeted to open soon after the ballot invitation closes on March 8, 2011. The minutes of the P2030 February 2011 meeting are posted on the public side of Mentor.

P2030 Task Force Groups:
The following task force groups have been established for the conduct of P2030 business:

  • Task Force 1 - Power Engineering Technology, led by Sam Sciacca and Tom Prevost
  • Task Force 2 - Information Technology, led by Bob Grow and Jeffrey Katz
  • Task Force 3 - Communications Technology, led by Howard Choe and Bob Heile
Task force groups generally meet the same week and location as the P2030 WG meetings and via webconference several times in between. To keep up with the activitites of a task force group, subscribe to its listserv.
IEEE P2030 Listserv:
The P2030 Working Group, Writing Group, TF1, TF2, and TF3 listservs are provided to inform the P2030 members and interested parties about meeting information and activities and to allow targeted, professional exchange of ideas and information for developing the P2030 draft standard guide.

The P2030 listservs are open to all members and interested parties. Information on how to subscribe to and self-maintain your listserv account can be found on the P2030 Listserv page.

Mentor Document Sharing System:

IEEE's Mentor Document Sharing System serves as a communication vehicle and document repository for the P2030 working group and associated task force groups.

Mentor Access: Public vs Private
The Mentor site contains both public and private access sites.

Mentor Public Access Site. The public area of Mentor is where non-members of the P2030 working group can find information on future and past meetings held by the P2030 working group and related task force groups.

Mentor Private Access Site. The private area of Mentor is restricted to active members of the P2030 working group. This is where working members collaborate by sharing document drafts and related industry information.

Access to the private side of Mentor is only granted to those meeting the P2030 membership requirements. If you have not met the membership requirements and request Mentor private-side access, your request will be denied.




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