RE: [802SEC] Draft News Bulletin Link
I'm pursuing getting this in a password protected area and will be meeting
with the IEEE webmaster this morning to get this going. If we go this
route, reviewers will need to remember the password--which we will provide.
I'll keep you posted!
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Subject: RE: [802SEC] Draft News Bulletin Link
03/11/2003 01:22 AM
I had already sent an e-mail to Karen during today's SEC meeting to speak
to the IT about putting it in a truly private area. I have not yet heard
back from her
From: Roger B. Marks [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 6:20 PM
To: Mark Klerer
Subject: Re: [802SEC] Draft News Bulletin Link
I'm uncomfortable in having the draft bulletin posted on the
Internet. It could be found by an IEEE (or other) search, or by
people thumbing through the SEC reflector archive. Those people could
easily be misled by the speculative nature of the information.
I have copied the page to the local 802.16 server, which is available
on the LAN:
I'm not so worried about having it exposed this way. Not so many
people have access to this LAN, and the files won't be found by a
I suggest that the draft bulletin be deleted from the IEEE server.
If people think that the LAN version should also be deleted, let me know.
>Thanks for your cooperation in getting this effort going. As I
>mentioned I would hope to get your final input as to what happened
>this session by Tuesday 3/18/03 so that we can work with the PR
>staff in polishing this and getting it out in time.
>The link to the draft bulletin is: