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Subject: RE: [pki-guidelines] Potential dates/times for AGSC meeting
Hi Arshad, Please note that observers should *not* be considered as members of the TC. They are not allowed by our rules to contribute; only to monitor the ongoing email and teleconference discussions. Also, there is no difference in a subcommittee between a member and a voting member since subcommittees can only recommend to the main committee and all decisions must be approved within the larger committee body. Therefore, there is no need for a quorum per se. I'm glad to see that interest is picking up! Regards, Mary --------------------------------------------------- Mary P McRae OASIS Manager of TC Administration email: email@example.com web: www.oasis-open.org phone: 603.232.9090 cell: 603.557.7985 OASIS Symposium: The Meaning of Interoperability, 9-12 May, San Francisco http://www.oasis-open.org/events/symposium_2006/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Arshad Noor [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 8:15 PM > To: PKI Application Guidelines > Subject: [pki-guidelines] Potential dates/times for AGSC meeting > > It appears that the TPKI project is generating enough > interest to warrant holding regular meetings. I am, > therefore, canvassing for appropriate dates/times that will > work for the subcommitee members. > > I notice that we have the following demographics from the > OASIS AGSC roster: > > EU US-EST US-PST Total > -- ------ ------ ----- > > Voting Member 1 1 2 > Member 1 1 2 > Observer 1 1 1 3 > ----- > 7 > ===== > > I'm not sure what the quorum guidelines are, but it appears > that common-sense dictates, both voting members must be > available for an item to be brought to vote, and that at least > 3 of the 4 members (or should it be 4 of 7 > members+observers?) should be present to form a quorum. I > will clarify that with the administrative people at OASIS, > but in the meantime, lets try to find meeting times that work for us. > > I would recommend that we begin meeting starting in February 2006. > I propose the following dates and times; please let me know > which ones work for you on a monthly cycle. > > February 07, 2006 09:00am PST, 12:00 Noon EST, 17:00 GMT > February 08, 2006 09:00am PST, 12:00 Noon EST, 17:00 GMT > February 09, 2006 09:00am PST, 12:00 Noon EST, 17:00 GMT > > This will give us a chance to prepare the minutes and report > it to the TC meetings that are held the following week. > > Thank you. > > Arshad Noor > StrongAuth, Inc.