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Page 1Version 2.1 Request for conditional approval Information required to support request for conditional approval to forward a draft standard IEEE 802 LMSC Operations Manual Clause 12
Page 2Version 2.1 Request for conditional approval Ballot close date and results 1.Date the ballot closed: 2.Vote tally including Approve, Disapprove and Abstain votes Please replace with project, draft number, date and time of close Comments received: __ Count % Status ActualRequire Abstain__ < 30PASS/FAIL Disapprove with comment__ --- Disapprove without comment__ --- Approve__ ≥ 75PASS/FAIL Ballots returned __ Sponsor/WG ≥ 75/>50 Delete as required PASS/FAIL Voters __---
Page 3Version 2.1 Unresolved negative comments 3.Comments that support the remaining disapprove votes and Working Group response. Where a voter has accepted some comment resolutions and rejected others, only the comments of which the voter has not accepted resolution should be presented. Request for conditional approval Instruction: Delete this help text and replace with unresolved negative comments in the slide and supplemental slides, of if prefer in a separate comment report.
Page 4Version 2.1 Unresolved negative comments (Con’t) Request for conditional approval If required make as many copies as required …
Page 5Version 2.1 Future schedule 4.Schedule for recirculation ballot and resolution meeting. Request for conditional approval Instruction: Delete this help text and replace with schedule. For each cycle (maximum of two) include: Estimated recirculation ballot open date Estimated recirculation ballot close date Proposed interim meeting date Estimated recirculation ballot open date Estimated recirculation ballot close date Proposed interim meeting date Notes:  A maximum of two recirculations permitted under conditional approval. ‘If a new valid disapprove comment/vote is received as a result of the 'initial conditional recirculation ballot', the Working Group Chair may issue one 'subsequent conditional recirculation ballot' in an attempt to meet the conditional approval conditions. If the conditions are not met by the 'subsequent recirculation ballot', the 'conditional approval' terminates.’ (See ‘802 Chair's interpretation of 'substantially complete' as used in conditional approval procedure 14’, http://www.ieee802.org/secmail/msg13174.html).http://www.ieee802.org/secmail/msg13174.html  One of the conditions, should conditional approve be granted, is that the recirculation ballot and resolution should occur in accordance with the schedule presented at the time of conditional approval. Hence if two recirculations are expected include them, as needing only one is fine.
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