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"Bob O'Hara" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Stuart Kerry/SVL/SC/PHILIPS@AMEC
Subject: RE: [802SEC] Further Info re. 802.11g to Sponsor Ballot
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 8:30 AM
Subject: [802SEC] Further Info re. 802.11g to Sponsor Ballot
Dear SEC members,
I am writing to provide further clarification on the status of 802.11g
The recirculation of Draft 6.1 closed on Tuesday, February 4, 2003.
Note that there was an error in the e-mail below, where this date was
As a results of the recirculation ballot, we have NO new disapprove
votes. There are also NO new valid disapprove comments.
The results of the original balloting (Draft 5.0) and the
recirculation ballot (Draft 6.1) are as follows:
Voting Pool: 321
Ballots returned: 308 96.0%
Affirmative: 256 88.3%
Negative: 34 11.7%
The results of the recirculation are as follows:
Voting Pool: 321
Ballots returned: 310 96.6%
Affirmative: 285 97.6%
Negative: 7 2.4%
Of the seven negative votes, six of them are carried forward due to
lack of response (multiple attempts have been made). One of the seven is a reaffirmed negative vote from
Carl Temme, who indicated that he wanted to see the draft move to
Sponsor Ballot despite his NO vote. There were 27 voters that changed
there vote from negative to affirmative during the recirculation.
No technical changes have been made to Draft 6.1. The IEEE editorial
staff has requested approximately two editorial changes such as making
sure the footer of the document has the most up-to-date copyright
language. These changes are editorial in nature only, and the 802.11g
editor has made these changes, updated the draft to Draft 6.2 and
provided this draft to the IEEE SA staff.
We plan to forward Draft 6.2 to Sponsor ballot, as all conditions of
Procedure 10 have been met. The IEEE SA staff intends to issue the
802.11g Sponsor Ballot today, Thursday, February 6, 2003.
Stuart J. Kerry
On Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at 10:31 PM, email@example.com
> Dear SEC members:
> This message is intended to confirm we have met all the requirements of
> LMSC Procedure 10 for forwarding of IEEE 802.11g Draft 6.1 to Sponsor
> A. All conditions (1-6) of Procedure 10 have been met.
> B. In reference to Procedure 10 Condition 7 which states, "The Working
> Chair shall immediately report the results of the ballot to the SEC
> including: the date the ballot closed, vote tally and comments
> with any remaining disapproves (valid and invalid), the Working Group
> and the rationale for ruling any vote invalid." The following
> information applies:
> The recirculation of Draft 6.1 of IEEE 802.11g closed on February 7,
> 2003. The vote tall was as follows:
> Voting Pool: 321
> Ballots returned: 310 96.6%
> Affirmative: 285 97.6%
> Negative: 7 2.4%
> Abstentions: 18
> C. A spreadsheet is attached that contains the remaining
> disapproves and the Working Group response.
> It is the intention of the WG and the IEEE staff to start the IEEE
> Sponsor Ballot on February 6th, 2003 with a 30 day window closing
> March 8th, 2003 as approved under the recent SEC motion for 802.11g
> Conditional Approval to Forward to Sponsor Ballot.
> Best regards,
> Stuart J. Kerry
> Chair, IEEE 802.11 WLANs WG
> Philips Semiconductors, Inc.
> 1109 McKay Drive, M/S 48A SJ,
> San Jose, CA 95131-1706,
> United States of America.
> Ph : +1 (408) 474-7356
> Fax: +1 (408) 474-7247
> Cell: +1 (408) 348-3171
> eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> <802.11g-NO-Comments-SEC Proc 10 Condition.xls>
Stuart J. Kerry
Chair, IEEE 802.11 WLANs WG
Philips Semiconductors, Inc.
1109 McKay Drive, M/S 48A SJ,
San Jose, CA 95131-1706,
United States of America.
Ph : +1 (408) 474-7356
Fax: +1 (408) 474-7247
Cell: +1 (408) 348-3171