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Doc.: IEEE 802.11-09/0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 1 P802.11u Report to EC on Approval to go to Sponsor Ballot Date: Authors:

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1 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 1 P802.11u Report to EC on Approval to go to Sponsor Ballot Date: Authors:

2 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 2 Introduction This document contains the report to the IEEE 802 Executive Committee in support of a request for approval to send IEEE P802.11u Draft 8.0 to Sponsor Ballot. This document (11-09/xxxxrx) was approved during the closing plenary session of the working group on. –Passed in the Task Group –Passed in the Working Group

3 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide WG Letter Ballot Results – P802.11u Ballo tID Ballot Close Date TitleBallotTypePool Retu rn %Ret urn Abst ain %Ab stain Appr ove Dis ap pro ve %Appr ove July 2008Technical Letter Ballot for IEEE u_D3.0 Technical October 2008 Recirculation Letter Ballot for IEEE u_D4.0 Recirculation February 2009 Recirculation Letter Ballot for IEEE u_D5.0 Recirculation April 2009Recirculation Letter Ballot for IEEE u_D6.0 Recirculation June 2009Recirculation Letter Ballot for IEEE u_D7.0 Recirculation

4 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 4 (11n) Draft Text Stability

5 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 5 Comments by Ballot : Values Balloted LBnon-voterwithdrawnnot-requiredsatisfiedun-satisfiedtotal Total

6 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 6 Comments by Ballot : Key Non-Voter: comment accepted from a non-voter Withdrawn: comment formally withdrawn by voter Not Required: comment indicated as not required to satisfy voter Satisfied: comment required to satisfy voter that is indicated as satisfied either by the voter indicating satisfaction with the specific comment, or by voting yes in a subsequent ballot Unsatisfied: comment not meeting any of the above criteria – i.e., a comment that is indicated to be “required” by the voter, and the voter is maintaining a “no” vote, and the voter has not responded when asked about their satisfaction with the comment resolution or the voter has indicated they are unsatisfied with the comment resolution.

7 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 7 Unsatisfied Comments : Values Reason Status Balloted LBAcceptCounterRejectTotal Total

8 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 8 Unsatisfied Comments : Key The table shows the count of unsatisfied editorial comments and technical comments separately. The comments are then classified into: A – Accepted. The comment was accepted and the change indicated by the commenter was approved. C – Countered. The comment was accepted in principle, but a different change to the one indicated by the commenter was approved. R – Rejected. The comment was declined and no change to address the comment was approved.

9 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 9 (11n) Unsatisfied comments by commenter

10 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 10 You may want to include some analysis of the comments, such as summarizing/grouping by topic. However, it is probably better not to attempt to analyse individual comments, because any response/explanation from the comment resolution committee should be in the comment resolution, not this submission. The following pages give an example from TGn.

11 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 11

12 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 12 11n Topics – 1

13 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 13 11n Topics – 2

14 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide 14 Unsatisfied comments The composite of all unsatisfied comments and the resolutions approved by the comment resolution committee received during ballot may be found in document: A copy of this is attached. –Double click on the icon to the right to open this. A copy of this same data presented using MyBallot access database report format is attached. –Double click on the icon to the right to open this.

15 doc.: IEEE /0715r0 Submission July 2009 Stephen McCann (RIM) Slide EC Motion – Approval to send P802.11u to Grant, to forward P802.11u Draft.0 to Sponsor Ballot. P802.11u had a % approval on the last WG Recirculation Ballot. There were voters that had voted NO [, then of the NO voters changed to a YES vote]. –Task Group Vote on the Motion Passed: y, n, a –Working Group vote on the Motion Passed: y, n, a Moved: 2 nd : –Yes No Abstain It is critical that a properly formed motion be presented to the EC for consideration in the Friday afternoon session during the plenary when approval is requested. The wording of the motion used in the TG and then the WG does not need to be identical but complementary. Updates of the WG11 templates are needed.


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