Re: Cost Discussions
Tricky, isn't it. I'm afraid that's the "price" you pay for being a
At 17:40 23/03/2001 -0500, Mike Takefman wrote:
>I hate to sound stupid my first time out, but isn't one person's
>cost the previous person's price ? So I cannot talk about optics
>module costs, or ASIC costs since I purchase those components at a price.
>What rule can I use as chair to determine whether people are
>truely talking about the cost of something?
>Geoff Thompson wrote:
> > Jim-
> > As far as I am concerned, it has been a "Chair's Guideline" ever since it
> > was put up by Don Loughry in 1988. I have the original slide and have been
> > using it for years when the occasion is appropriate. The only difference is
> > that David has transcribed the slide verbatim and posted it on our web
> > I guess the problem is that even though it has been there all along no one
> > else knew/remembered it.
> > Geoff
> > At 12:34 PM 3/23/01 -0600, Jim Carlo wrote:
> > >Steve Carlson referred his task force to a note below. Should we make
> this a
> > >Chair's guideline?
> > >
> > >Jim Carlo(firstname.lastname@example.org) Cellular:1-214-693-1776 Voice&Fax:1-214-853-5274
> > >TI Fellow, Networking Standards at Texas Instruments
> > >Vice Chair, IEEE-SA Standards Board
> > >Chair, IEEE802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee
> > >