Re: [802SEC] Report from Ad-hoc on request to SASB for rule changes
I did not attend the meeting because between 2:00 and 2:05 when I signed into the meeting multiple times WebEx said there was no meeting.
If the meeting organizer cannot light up the meeting by the start time that person should make arrangements for someone else to start it on time or preferably at least 5 minutes ahead of time.
> On Mar 25, 2020, at 6:21 PMPDT, James P. K. Gilb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Meeting started at 2:05 pm, PDT
> Gilb reminded everyone to check the participation slides on the IEEE 802 website
> Gilb presented ec-20-0058-00-00EC with an additional slide based on an email from Bob Grow
> Group reviewed IEEE 802 LMSC P&P to see if there were any items related to the plenary that might need to be changed or suspended.
> The consensus was that at this point there is no pressing issue in the IEEE 802 LMSC P&P that required an immediate change.
> There will be an effort in the following weeks to propose text that might be inserted in our draft P&P to handle instances where face to face plenaries cannot be held.
> The OM and WG P&P currently state that they can only be changed at a plenary meeting.
> Some suggested that the Standards Committee (LMSC) can vote to change this provision via electronic ballot. Others disagreed.
> Text for three potential requests to SASB to explicitly allow the LMSC to change these documents was covered (found in ec-20-0058-01-00EC).
> AudCom and SASB have been made aware of our issue and will work expeditiously with the LMSC to resolve it.
> Gilb encouraged people who are interested to proposed specific text for a potential EC motion regarding this issue.
> Updated presentation uploaded to Mentor
> Meeting was adjourned at 3:05 pm, PDT.
> Attendees - Affiliations
> Jonathan Goldberg - IEEE
> John D'Ambrosia, Futurewei, U.S. Subsidiary of Huawei
> Steve Shellhammer (Qualcomm)
> Benjamin A. Rolfe, Blind Creek Associates
> George Zimmerman, employer: CME Consulting, affiliations: Analog Devices, Cisco Systems, CommScope, Marvell, SenTekSe
> Joseph Levy, InterDigital
> Roger Marks (EthAirNet Associates)
> Paul Nikolich - Self, YAS BBV, Huawei, Intel, Itron, UNH BCoE, octoScope, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
> James Gilb - General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc., and University of San Diego
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