Re: [802SEC] IEEE 802 WG and TG reflector policies
All IEEE 802.3 subgroups (Task Forces, Study Groups and longer term ad-hocs) have their own reflectors, subscription to these is open to all and they are archived. The archives are publicly available. In addition for Working Group discussion that are not directly related to the work of an IEEE 802.3 subgroup we have the IEEE 802.3 dialogue reflector. Again the subscription is open to all, the reflector is archived, and the archive is publicly available.
We also have a single IEEE 802.3 reflector who's membership is current and historic participants. The reflector is low traffic, moderated and used for announcements of items such as meetings and ballots that are sent to the subgroup reflectors. This reflector is archived and the archive is password protected.
From: ***** IEEE 802 Executive Committee List ***** [mailto:STDS-802-SEC@ieee.org] On Behalf Of Pat Thaler
Sent: 31 August 2012 01:17
Subject: [802SEC] IEEE 802 WG and TG reflector policies
This is another action item from the IETF/IEEE 802 leadership meeting.
There is a perception that at least some groups have restrictions on joining their reflectors that make it difficult for IETF participants to contribute without attending an IEEE 802 meeting. We agreed to look at our policies and see what could be done.
To start off, WG chairs, please send me your group's requirements for joining your WG and TG reflectors. I'll compile the results.
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