Re: [802SEC] +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ Motion to authorize additional projectors
I support this motion.
At 15:10 14/10/2002 -0400, Paul Nikolich wrote:
>This is an SEC email ballot on making a determination on the below SEC
>motion to authorize the funds to purchase 2 additional LCD projectors,
>moved by Bill Quackenbush, seconded by Carl Stevenson.
>The email ballot opens on Monday October 14, 2002 5PM EDT and closes
>Monday October 21, 2002 5PM EDT.
>Please direct your responses to the SEC reflector.
>MOTION (Bill Q moves, Carl S. seconds):
>"That the 802 SEC authorized the purchase of two new lcd projectors, not
>to exceed $2500 each plus taxes and shipping, and the repair of
>projector #2, not to exceed $700 plus taxes and shipping."
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Stevenson,
>Carl R (Carl)
>Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 7:57 AM
>To: 'Bill Quackenbush'; IEEE 802 SEC
>Subject: RE: [802SEC] Motion to authorize additional projectors
>I second the motion.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Bill Quackenbush [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 6:46 PM
> > To: IEEE 802 SEC
> > Subject: [802SEC] Motion to authorize additional projectors
> > Members of the SEC,
> > Projector #2 began behaving badly in New Orleans during the
> > 802.1/.3/.17
> > interim meetings. (Don't think it was the food or the hurricane.) We
> > are looking into whether it is economic repairable, but do not have an
> > answer yet. In addition, Buzz tells me that even with a healthy
> > projection #2 we are still really one projector short. In
> > light of the
> > cost of renting lcd projectors, renting one or two makes no sense. If
> > #2 is economically repairable,, it will be provide a ready
> > spare in case
> > one of the other units takes a dive.
> > Therefore to ensure that we have enough projectors for Kauai
> > and future
> > meetings, I make the following motion.
> > "That the 802 SEC authorized the purchase of two new lcd
> > projectors, not
> > to exceed $2500 each plus taxes and shipping, and the repair of
> > projector #2, not to exceed $700 plus taxes and shipping."
> > Thanks,
> > wlq