Re: [802SEC] Should all IEEE 802 drafts coming for sale be a CLEAN file or should they be offered as they come (in the recirculation case, with changes marked)????
I would offer the following refinement:
Once a draft has been offered for sale, then IEEE-SA does not need to
confirm with the WGC any longer, if the draft will be made available for
sale, but instead, this
will be a default process, meaning that every time a new or revised draft
is posted it will be put up for sale.
[Leads to the following question: Posted where?]
My suggestion as to which version would be that the purchase item be a zip
file that contains both.
At 02:49 PM 4/14/2003 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>In our efforts to keep improving the process to make IEEE-802 drafts
>available for sale, there are some things that need clarification.
>Therefore, I will like to raise the following question:
>I understand from Jerry Walker that we do not need to confirm with the WGC
>any longer, if the draft will be made available for sale, but instead, this
>will be a default process, meaning that every time a new or revised draft
>comes, we will make these drafts available for sale.
>With that in mind, I would like to get input from all of you as to which is
>the right thing to do in this case. Hence, please let me know if the
>drafts we will make available for sale, are to be **as they come** (with
>the changes marked) when it comes to recirculations, or if we should make
>*only clean drafts* (without changes marked* available for sale.
>Please let us know as we are streamlining this process, of making IEEE-802
>drafts available for sale in a timely manner, especially since this process
>is so important for all of us, especially for our customers.
>Please keep in mind that the prompt input from every WGC, regarding drafts
>coming for recirculations, is needed and very much appreciated.
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