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Re: [802SEC] Proposal for Electronic Nov 2020 Plenary

hi John, 
we didn't get to done with all the questions (including the one you address below) with the TAG (.18) though have some polls ready to go for next week. for this one some of the focus was more on how long (how many days) than when. 

however one good input was to be sure to use or at least start with the originally planned week (which you did) as there are many organizations that coordinate their schedules including us.  actually i think IETF is the week after our planned dates, i think they meet 16-20th, though that should be confirmed and if so considered in picking our dates. 

i do agree with George's email and what i believe you brought up, we need to pick the dates soon as many need to plan for it, could we get it settled by the EC closing? 
(and what time zone will we use....) 

a couple of things,

From: John D'Ambrosia <>
Date: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 2:29 PM
Subject: [802SEC] Proposal for Electronic Nov 2020 Plenary
To: <>  


At last week’s meeting I had proposed a motion to hold the Nov Plenary meeting electronically, which was subsequently tabled.


Here is link to presentation with proposed motions on suspension of rules to enable November electronic meeting and how to address PARs / ICAIDs for Nov Plenary.  This plan is based on what was done for July.


Key dates of the proposal are as follows –

  • 9 October 2020 –             PAR Announcement
  • 6 November 2020 -          802 EC Opening Mtg
  • 08 November 2020 -       Submit comments against PARs
  • 17 November 2020 -       Post responses to submitted comments against PARs
  • 19 November 2020          802 EC Closing Mtg (Consider PARs)


Please consider these dates and proposal and share your thoughts on reflector.




John D’Ambrosia

Recording Secretary, IEEE 802 LMSC


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