RE: [802SEC] Wednesday deadline for 802 News Bulletin info
I believe that we got closure with Karen on a news brief
on the new 802.18 RR-TAG prior to last Wed. ...
If there is something else you need, please let me know
and I'll accomodate ASAP.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger B. Marks [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 1:42 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: [802SEC] Wednesday deadline for 802 News Bulletin info
> Here is an update on the 802 News Bulletin:
> *The deadlines of last Monday and last Wednesday are well behind us.
> *To me knowledge, only 802.1 and 802.16 have contributed 802 News
> Bulletin input.
> *No one else has said anything (e.g., "I'll send something"; "I won't
> send something", ...)
> *802.15 identified Jim Meyer the Working Grop point of contact.
> >So far, I have information for the 802 News Bulletin only from Tony,
> >and no one has given me a Working Grop point of contact.
> >Per the note below, Karen needs everything by Wednesday.
> >Let me remind you of the details of my request:
> >>As PR Point of Contact, I agreed to solicit news items for the next
> >>802 News Bulletin.
> >>Please format items along the lines of the last News Bulletin:
> >> http://standards.ieee.org/802news/IEEE_SA2.html
> >>Assume that the audience is not made of specialists in your field.
> >>Send them to Michael Bratnick <firstname.lastname@example.org>, with a
> >>copy to me. Please try and get your material submitted by this
> >>weekend. The Bulletin will be delayed by the delay of a single
> >>Working Group. I have agreed to hound-dog the Working Group chairs
> >>until they respond. If you plan to submit no material, please let
> >>me know so I can stop pestering you. Also, if you name a PR contact
> >>for your group, I can start bugging that person and leave you alone.
> >>Thanks for the information. It's helpful. We are
> particularly interested in
> >>the formation of the 802.18 Radio Regulatory Technical
> Advisory Group. This
> >>may warrant a separate press release. We will be following
> up for more
> >>Unfortunately, to date we have not received news
> items/information from the
> >>802 working group chairs or designated points of contact.
> Per Roger's email
> >>of 14 March to "stds-802-sec"--that asked for the chairs to
> try to get us
> >>their news items by this past weekend--we anticipated
> having a portion if
> >>not all of the information needed to begin work on the 802
> News Bulletin
> >>I realize moving forward, we are working on putting in
> place an improved
> >>process to get the information in advance of the meetings
> so we can begin
> >>to draft the news bulletin and specific press releases, and
> I will be
> >>providing a plan to 802 that addresses this shortly.
> However, in light of
> >>our current situation, in order for us to get the next
> edition of the
> >>bulletin (covering the recent March 802 Plenary) within the
> next two weeks,
> >>we need to have all working group activity information by
> Wed, 20 March.
> >>Thanks so much!
> >>Karen McCabe
> >>Senior Marketing Manager, IEEE Standards
> >>445 Hoes Lane, PO Box 1331
> >>Piscataway NJ 08855 USA
> >>PH: +1 732 562 3824
> >>email: email@example.com
> >>>I have attached a top level summary of the non-working
> group activities for
> >>>Project 802 that can be used in the IEEE press release.
> See attached.
> >>>Please review and forward to Karen McCabe.