T11-2019-00211-v000


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from:

Steve Wilson<steve.wilson@broadcom.com>

to:

"Rodgers, David" <David.Rodgers@teledyne.com>,
Henry.Poelstra@teledyne.com,
Douglas.Lee@teledyne.com

cc:

"Porter, Rachel" <rporter@itic.org>,
"Barra, Lynn" <lbarra@itic.org>,
"Craig W. Carlson (Marvell)" <craig.carlson@marvell.com>,
Patty Driever <pgd@us.ibm.com>,
Steve Wilson <steve.wilson@broadcom.com>

date:

Jul 9, 2019, 2:09 PM

subject:

Notification of T11 Letter Ballot Jeopardy, August 2019

 

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Document:

T11-2019-00211-v000

 

Date:

July 9, 2019

 

Ref. Doc: 

INCITS Organization, Policies and Procedures (http://www.incits.org/)

 

To:

Dave Rodgers

Henry Poelstra

Douglas Lee

David.Rodgers@teledyne.com

Henry.Poelstra@teledyne.com

Douglas.Lee@teledyne.com

 

 

cc:

Rachel Porter
Lynn Barra

Patty Driever

Craig Carlson

Steven Wilson

 

Reply to: 

Steven Wilson
Broadcom
1320 Ridder Park Dr.
San Jose, CA 95131
steve.wilson@broadcom.com

 

Subject:

Notification of T11 Letter Ballot Jeopardy, August 2019

 

As Chairman of T11, I am informing by email the following voting member organizations that the letter balloting records of Technical Committee T11 show that none of the designated representatives below have cast a vote in at least two of the last three non-accelerated letter ballots.

 

Those ballots were:

 

07/03/2019 T11 Ballot FC-PI-7/AM 1, Project Approval

03/06/2019, T11 Ballot FC-SW-7 for 1PR

08/05/2018, T11 Ballot FC-NVMe/AM 1 for 1PR


The following company(s) are therefore in jeopardy of losing their voting membership if they do not vote on the next letter ballot:

 

Company

Type

Representative

EMs

Teledyne-LeCroy

P

A

A

Dave Rodgers

Henry Poelstra

Douglas Lee

David.Rodgers@teledyne.com

Henry.Poelstra@teledyne.com

Douglas.Lee@teledyne.com


Your participation in the work of the committee is appreciated and we look forward to your continued participation in the future. However, please note that unless at least one of the designated representatives casts a vote on the next ballot, the organization will lose voting status membership in the committee.

 

For details regarding open or closed ballots, you can:

 

* Contact the committee Chair,

* Visit the group page at www.incits.org.

 

Note: All ballots are emailed to members when they open. Email reminders are sent to members that have not cast a vote.

 

For reference, the rules under which the committee operates are documented in the INCITS Organization, Policies and Procedures document stating the following:

 

3.8.4 Termination of Membership

 

3.8.4.2 Technical Committees, TGs, and SGs

 

Voting Members of the TCs, TGs and SGs shall be warned in writing upon failure of the organization to:

 

1. attend two out of three successive meetings. If they are not represented at the next meeting, the organization is converted to Advisory status; or

 

2. return two out of three successive non accelerated LBs. If the next non accelerated LB (identified by LB number) after the warning is not returned, the organization is converted to Advisory status.

 

Voting and advisory memberships shall be canceled by the INCITS Secretariat for failure to pay appropriate service fees within the time specified by the INCITS Secretariat.

 

An organization that has had its voting membership converted to Advisory status or terminated may re-establish membership in accordance with Sections 3.7, Application for Membership, and 3.8, Categories of Membership. If this membership is re-established within the same billing period and the organization has paid its fee, no new service fee shall be assessed.

 

An organization that has had its voting membership terminated may re-establish membership in accordance with the INCITS Organization, Policies and Procedures. If this membership is re-established within the same billing period and the organization has paid its fee, no new service fee shall be accessed.

 

Section 3.8.1.3 TCs, TGs, and SGs

 

An organization may be a member of a particular TC or a TG without regard to membership in any other IOE.

 

Voting membership in TCs, TGs, and SGs is open to all directly and materially affected parties that meet attendance and voting requirements and pay the designated service fee(s).

 

A representative of a prospective voting member shall initially attend a meeting of the TC, TG, or SG without voting privileges and reaffirm interest in the work of the TC, TG, or SG. Voting privileges become effective with attendance at one of the next two successive meetings and receipt by the Secretariat of the applicable fees for the membership year. For a new TC, TG, or SG, all attendees at the formation meeting or second meeting shall be considered voting members, subject to the rules in Section 3.8.2, Limits on Voting Membership.

 

An organization with voting membership shall appoint one and only one principal representative and may appoint one or more alternate representatives.

 

In order to comply with ANSI requirements, while all parties may participate in a discussion of U.S. positions, only those organizations which are a U.S. National Interested Party may vote to establish a U.S. position on TAG matters.

 

The complete copy of the INCITS Organization, Policies and Procedures can be found at: www.incits.org


Sincerely,

Steven Wilson

INCITS TC T11 Chairman

Director, Technology and Standards

Broadcom

emailsteve.wilson@broadcom.com