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1 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 1 WG Technical Editors Opening Report (July) Date: Authors:

2 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 2 Abstract Editors Opening Report for July 2007 Meeting: Goals Editors Announcements ANA Announcements Introduction to Common Processes for use in all TGs: Editorial Comment Resolution Process Ballot Reporting Process

3 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 3 Goals for July 2007 Meeting Establish two new common processes across all groups Editorial comment resolution Ballot comment reporting Meet with all editors Resolve ongoing numbering of items in drafts Update editor contacts and publish in closing report Update draft information and publish in closing report Update ANA database and publish

4 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 4 Editor Meeting Announcement Tuesday Morning, 7am.

5 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 5 ANA Announcements Current database is IEEE r8 –Detailed changes previously announced via the reflector. Updated and streamlined procedures for ANA located in IEEE r0. –ANA requests now allowed directly from editors to WGTE as well as in TG & WG. ANA assignments should be done at the time of moving from WG LB to Sponsor ballot. –Use to indicate placeholder number with appropriate editorial note

6 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 6 Common Editorial Comment Resolution Process Once a letter ballot reaches the 75% threshold, the WG Chair selects a Comment Resolution (CR) committee that is usually the Task Groups of that particular ballot. All groups within functioning as CR committees are expected to resolve WG and SB letter ballots comments using the following process starting from the opening session of the July meeting in San Francisco. The process is contained in doc: IEEE /2050r0.

7 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 7 Process Overview A common process for dealing with editorial comments is presented for use in all groups functioning as comment resolution committees. Guidance is provided for dealing with Must Be Satisfied, Technical, and Editorial labels. Guidance is provided for writing responses to all editorial comments. Guidance is provided for recirculation of comments. Brings alignment within and with IEEE SA Supported by the hierarchy of policies and procedures of and above Reviewed by IEEE REVCOM Secretary, CAC, and editors group The process is contained in doc: IEEE /2050r0

8 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 8 Must Be Satisfied Comments The IEEE-SA balloting rules are primarily concerned whether or not the comment was labeled as Must Be Satisfied and was attached to a Negative (Disapprove) vote. 1.Must Be Satisfied' is only meaningful if attached to a comment associated with a Disapprove vote or a comment from a mandatory coordination body (e.g., SCC10, SCC14, SA Editorial Staff, RAC). 2.Comments associated with Approve votes are left to the discretion of the CR committee. Attached to Disapprove Vote Marked Must Be Satisfied Attached to Approve Vote Obligation of CR committee If not marked Must Be Satisfied At discretion of CR committee

9 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 9 Editorial vs. Technical Comments The following guidelines are provided to help assess editorial vs. technical comments for use in : 1.The IEEE-SA balloting rules are unconcerned with labels such as Technical or Editorial. The only thing that matters is whether or not the comment was labeled as Must Be Satisfied and was attached to a Negative (Disapprove) vote. 2.Some things are clearly editorial. Some things are clearly technical. Other items are less clear. In some instances, what may appear as editorial to some may be technical to others. Marked Must be Satisfied NOT Marked Must be Satisfied Clearly Technical Clearly Editorial Middle Ground

10 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 10 Editorial Comment Resolution Marked Must be Satisfied NOT Marked Must be Satisfied Clearly Technical Clearly Editorial Middle Ground CR committee adopts resolution with response language in step 6, and the comment is delegated to editor for future document development. Editor drafts comment response and CR committee adopts resolution in step 7.

11 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 11 Editorial Comment Resolution Marked Must be Satisfied NOT Marked Must be Satisfied Clearly Technical Clearly Editorial Middle Ground Presented to voters once in subsequent recirculation ballot per step 8.

12 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 12 Common Ballot Comment Reporting Process All groups within functioning as CR committees are expected to summarize ballot comments for reporting using a common process. Used for reports to WG, ExCom & RevCom. The process must be initiated when a LB achieved 75% approval rate. The process is contained in doc: IEEE /1990r0.

13 doc.: IEEE /2079r0 Submission July 2007 Terry Cole, AMDSlide 13 Process Overview A common process for summarizing comments for reporting for use in all groups functioning as comment resolution committees Guidance is provided for … Brings alignment within and with IEEE SA Supported by the hierarchy of policies and procedures of and above Reviewed by … The process is contained in doc: IEEE /1990r0


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