RE: *** SEC Motion to forward 1000BASE-T(IEEE 802.3ab) to REVCOM
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- Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 14:39:01 -0400
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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jim Carlo
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 1999 2:26 PM
To: IEEE 802 EXEC-REFLECTOR
Subject: *** SEC Motion to forward 1000BASE-T(IEEE 802.3ab) to REVCOM
SEC OFFICIAL EMAIL BALLOT 802.0/6May1999
Issue Date: 6May1999 Closing Date: 14May1999
Moved By: Geoff Thompson
Seconded By: Bob Grow
Move: Authorize forwarding 802.3ab (1000BASE-T) to RevCom for approval at
June1999 IEEE-SA Standards Board Meeting contingent on the approval of a
ballot motion from the voters of 802.3 scheduled to close May 10.
If you recall there was a quite contentious issue at the March meeting
regarding a request from some members to see a "proof of concept" before
authorized it to go forward. There was no motion to go forward passed at the
closing plenary of 802.3 in March.
There is currently a 30 day 802.3 Working Group letter ballot which closes
10 to approve the placement of 802.3ab on the REVCOM agenda. The current
of that motion is detailed below.
The Sponsor Recirculation Ballot for P802.3ab/D6.0 (1000BASE-T) closed on
5. The results of that ballot were:
60 Number of eligible people in Ballot Group
44 Affirmative votes
2 Negative votes (Frazier, Thaler)
1 Abstention vote
47 Votes = 78% Returned
46/48 95% Affirmative
There were comments from 3 voters during the recirculation
Thaler - Supports Seifert's proposal for "Trial-Use"
Seifert - Previous plus minor editorial (to be corrected during prep for
Booth - Minor editorial (to be corrected during prep for pub.)
(The complete comments are attached to this message as d60comments.doc))
With this the Sponsor Balloting process is complete. The draft has met all
the IEEE requirements for approval, consensus and recirculation. It is ready
go to REVCOM for approval by the IEEE Standards Board. There was no meeting
held to resolve comments as there were no "new negatives".
There is an 802.3 Working Group letter ballot motion currently being
by e-mail to place P802.3ab/D6.0 on the June REVCOM agenda.
The results to date (cob May 3) of the Working Group letter ballot motion to
75 Affirmative votes
1 Negative votes
4 Abstention vote
80 Votes = 53% Returned
75/80 98% Affirmative
This ballot closes on May 10.
The ballot has achieved the 75 votes returned by 802.3 voters that it needs
meet the quorum requirement. If the ballot does not pass then the matter of
forwarding the draft will be
on the agenda of the July meeting of 802.3. P802.3ab would then not be a
candidate for approval as an IEEE Standard until September 1999.
Jim Carlo(email@example.com) Cellular:1-214-693-1776 Voice&FAX
TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
Chair, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6 Telecom and Info Exchange Between Systems
Chair, IEEE 802 LAN MAN Standards Committee