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  1. 802.11 July 2009 Closing Plenary Reports Authors: Date: 2009-07-17 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

  2. Abstract • This document is a digest of the closing reports of all 802.11 sub-groups for presentation at the July 2009 closing plenary meeting. Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation

  3. 802.11 WG Editor’s Meeting (July 09) Date: 2009-07-12 July 2009 Authors: Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 1 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  4. Abstract This document contains a agenda/minutes/actions/status as recorded at the IEEE 802.11 Editors’ Meeting July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 2 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  5. Agenda for 2009-07-14 Roll Call / Contacts / Reflector Go round table and get brief status report Review action items from previous meeting Numbering Alignment process Amendment Ordering / ANA Status / Draft Snapshots MB (87% approval) discussion 15 mins Conference Calls July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 3 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  6. Roll Call – 2009-07-14 Editor’s Present P802.11mb Amendment (REVmb) – Adrian Stephens P802.11n Amendment (HT) – Adrian Stephens P802.11p Amendment (WAVE) – Wayne Fisher P802.11u Amendment (IW) -- Necati Canpolat P802.11v Amendment (WNM) – Emily Qi P802.11w Amendment (SEC) – Nancy Cam-Winget P802.11y Amendment (CBP) – Peter Ecclesine P802.11z Amendment (TDLS) – Menzo Wentink P802.11aa Amendment (VTS) – Hang Liu Also present: Bill Marshall IEEE Staff present: Michelle Turner – staff editor for 802, m.turner@ieee.org 802.11 Editor’s Not Present P802.11s Amendment (MESH) –Kazuyuki Sakoda (until end ‘09) IEEE Staff not present and always welcome! Kim Breitfelder – manager publishing, k.breitfelder@ieee.org? Michael Kipness – our staff liaison, m.kipness@ieee.org? Note: editors request that an IEEE staff member should be present at least during Plenary meetings Michelle Turner is present at this plenary meeting July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 4 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  7. Volunteer Editor Contacts TGn – Adrian Stephens – adrian.p.stephens@intel.com TGp – Wayne Fisher – wfisher@arinc.com TGs – Temporary: Kazuyuki Sakoda - KazuyukiA.Sakoda@jp.sony.com TGu – Necati Canpolat – necati.canpolat@intel.com TGv – Emily Qi – emily.h.qi@intel.com TGw – Nancy Cam-Winget – ncamwing@cisco.com TGz – Menzo Wentink– mwentink@qualcomm.com TGmb – Adrian Stephens – adrian.p.stephens@intel.com (TBC) TGaa – Hang Liu – hang.liu@thomson.net Editor Emeritus: TGk – Joe Kwak– joekwak@sbcglobal.net TGr – Bill Marshall – wtm@research.att.com TGy – Peter Ecclesine – pecclesi@cisco.com July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 5 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  8. Round table status report TGp – Current D7.01. Hope to go to recirc this week. Tgaa – Current D0.01. Internal review TGv – Current D6.01. Hope to go to recirc this week TGn – Sources of D11 have gone to Michelle! TGmb – D1.0 has 730 comments. Bill M and Lee A will edit as well. TGu – Current D7.0 and hope to receive Conditional Approval Michelle has completed the 802.11 MECs in a very timely manner, and Terry C will do the publication coordination July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 6 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  9. Round Table Status Report (2) Michelle says to get the files to her as soon as possible after the final SB recirculation TGz – Current D5.0, hope to recirc this week and receive Conditional Approval TGw – Current D11.0, files have been sent to Michelle! July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 7 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  10. Summary of actions – 2009-07-14 Necati email to Michelle list of issues with templates July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 8 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  11. Reflector Updates • Each editor is expected to be on the reflector and current. • If you didn’t receive the meeting notice from the reflector, please send email to adrian.p.stephens@intel.com • To be updated: • None July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 9 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  12. IEEE Publication Status IEEE 802.11-2007 published and for free download with Get802 Published in June 2007 Combines all existing amendments and includes maintenance work by TGma Publications completed for 802.11k, 802.11r and 802.11y, 11k now available with Get802 11r now available with Get802 11y now available with Get802 July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 10 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  13. MEC Status P802.11pD7.0 has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination in June 2009 See 11-09-0659-00-000p-P802-11pD7 Mandatory Editorial Coordination MEC.doc P802.11uD6.0 has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination in July 2009 See 11-09-0788-00-000u-P802-11uD7 Mandatory Editorial Coordination MEC.doc P802.11vD6.0 has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination in July 2009 See 11-09-0801-00-000u-P802-11vD6 Mandatory Editorial Coordination MEC.doc P802.11zD5.0 has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination in July 2009 See 11-09-0810-00-000u-P802-11zD5 Mandatory Editorial Coordination MEC.doc July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 11 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  14. Alignment Process for 802.11/p/v The 08/0644r8 Numbering Spreadsheet has all changes from publication of 11k and 11r and 11y (and 11n D7.03, 11p D7.0, 11vD6.01 and 11w D7.0) 11w and 11n have to be updated, Adrian and Nancy to check. Next will be 11u July 2009 Slide 14 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 12 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  15. Amendment & other ordering notes Editors define publication order independent of working group public timelines: Since official timeline is volatile and moves around Publication order helps provide stability in amendment numbering, figures, clauses and other numbering assignments Editors are committed to maintain a rational publication order Numbering spreadsheet 08/0644: Succeeding amendments to do their respective updates Must match the official timeline after plenaries July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 13 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  16. ANA Announcements Current ANA announced to group is 802.11-09-0031r5. (6/6/2009) See https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/file/08/11-09-0031-05-0000-ana-database-assigned-numbers.xls All new requests received by end of meeting will be uploaded and announced via 802.11 WG reflector Procedure for ANA is contained in 07/0827r0. See http://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/public/07/11-07-0827-00-0000-assigned-number-authority-ana-mechanisms.ppt Editorial Guidance ANA assignments should be done before the time of moving from WG LB to Sponsor ballot. If a resource number is not in the ANA Database, please use <ANA> in drafts! Editors to replace any ANA controlled resources numbers with <ANA> upon incorporation of material into drafts. July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 14 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  17. Amendment Ordering July 2009 Amendment numbering is editorial! No need to make ballot comments on these dynamic numbers! • Data as of July 2009 • See http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 15 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  18. Email Your Draft Status Updates Each editor, please send update for next page via the editor’s reflector no later than Thursday am2 to update table on next page! July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 16 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  19. July 2009 Draft Development Snapshot Changes from last report shown in red. Most current doc shaded green. Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 17 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  20. MB discussion Document 11-09-0706-00-000m-revmb-wg-ballot-comments.xls – the comments themselves MIB comments Annex removal comments PHY removal comments Late renumbering allows voters to track folding in recent amendments Renumbering before Sponsor means SB voters only see one numbering throughout time Wednesday PM2 of REVmb comment resolution - Editors discussion July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 18 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  21. Conference Calls Are they of any value? Next Meeting: September 20-25, Waikoloa Cancel a week in advance if no agenda items. 7 September noon EDT (t-2 weeks), three editors of eight will go to Waikoloa July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 19 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  22. Reference Material July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 20 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  23. Editorial Streamlining Focus is on consistency across all TGs: Completed Streamlined ANA processes – 07/0827r0 Consistent format for REDLINE contributions across TGs – 07/0788r0 Consistent process for editorial comment resolution across TGs (WG & Sponsor) – 07/2050r0 Guideline for technical vs. editorial, sample editorial comment responses Format for comment reporting across TGs (WG & Sponsor) – 07/1990r0 (tool in 07/2116r0) Stable numbering method (See 07/2810r0) Consistent naming of redlines (See 07/2810r0) Draft templates for FRAME (no Word) to help train new editors more rapidly Under Construction(in priority order) Revise the editor’s guideline Mentoring program – Name a mentor for each new editor Request in future Plenary sessions Mondays 7:30pm Frame surgery MIB element numbering and compiling – publish a rolled-up MIB of k/r/y Guideline on non-technical front matter Guideline describing expected editorial development and maturity of draft through stages in 802.11 for consistency across TGs Guidelines for primitives – ARC to consider July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 21 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  24. Numbering of Annexes and Clauses • Proposal: TGMb will fix the ordering of annexes • Ample bad precedent set by 11k • Bibliography should be the final annex per IEEE Standards Style Guide • Clause numbering has similar issue during rollup • TGn clause 3a, 11r clause 11a, 11y clause 11.9a • REVmb numbering will stay using “Amendment style” numbering until the very last possible moment. July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 22 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  25. Draft naming convention Drafts and redlines are .pdf files Syntax: Draft <project>_<draft> [Redline [Compared to <project>_<draft>]].pdf Examples: Draft P802.11n_D8.0.pdf Draft P802.11n_D8.0 Redline.pdf Draft P802.11n_D7.04 Redline Compared to P802.11n_D7.03.pdf Please use this convention for all drafts posted on the 802.11 website. July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 23 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  26. Publication Work PlanNote: to be included in the editor’s operations manual Here is the workflow we have used for a number of years with IEEE staff on publication of 802.11 publications:  • Editors provide FRAME source and any freestanding graphics (Powerpoint, Visio. TIF) to staff at time of REVCOM submission. • Editors provide a list of requests editorial corrections no later than REVCOM approval date. • Staff prepares a publication draft and highlights changes they have made and questions they need addressed or confirmed. This draft is sent to Task Group Editor and the Working Group Technical Editor (me). This typically occurs about 2-3 weeks after approval for publication, since the preparation work is usually (but not always) begun ahead of approval. This is also typically the draft peer reviewed by IEEE staff. • The Task Group Editor responds to all questions on domain specific questions, with copy to Working Group editor (me). This typically takes about 3-5 days. • The Working Group Technical Editor reviews responses from the Task Group editor, completes any responses, and provides a list of WG officers and voting members valid for the document as of the opening day of the Sponsor ballot. This typically only takes one additional day from the prior step as most of the work is done in parallel by the two editors. • Final draft is submitted by the IEEE staff to Working Group Technical Editor and Task Group Editor for sign-off. Any changes from the responses or IEEE peer review are highlighted and explained. This typically takes only one or two days more after the responses are received from the editors. • Task Group Editor gives final approval. No changes are expected. This usually occurs within 24 hours. • Working Group Technical Editor signs off and provides draft to Working Group Chair. No changes are expected. This usually occurs within 24 hours and in parallel with the previous step. • Working Group Chair sends email to sponsor and IEEE staff letting them know the Working Group has signed off on the publication process. July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 24 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  27. Terry Cole on Changes to MIB elements You can incrementally add to a MIB element without deprecation at any level. That is, add new values and meaning pairs. You can change the description of a MIB element without deprecation at any level. That is add new text clarifying or even changing the meaning of the element to keep up with the standard. I would advise deprecation when changing the definition of some value of a MIB from one thing to another. However, I don't know of any rules requiring this. July 2009 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 25 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  28. Publications: lessons learned When quoting baseline text inaccurately, the baseline text is changed whether or not the changes were marked. The IEEE staff will actually do the appropriate changes as if the task group had actually intended to change the baseline. Drafts can minimally quote baseline text to minimize such changes Should revisit the decision to include full context during insertion Full Annex titles have to be shown in the amendment; more importantly included “normative” vs. “informative” TGk inadvertently changed Annex A to be fully informative TGr battled to fix Annex A but caused ripples TGy 08-1215r1 has brief review of significant things changed for publication In editor’s operations manual and during balloting, should comment that Annexes should be fully titled with good reason to vote “No” in balloting July 2009 Slide 28 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 26 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  29. Publications: lessons learned (cont’d) Acronym rules are inconsistent Styleguide doesn’t include definitions Every document is treated as standalone, thus first acronym reference must be spelled out. Even though, other amendments or baseline may have defined and used the acronym earlier. Goal should be to have as few changes between the final balloted amendment and final published amendment. How do we deal with subjective decisions made by the IEEE copy editors as their styles vary? Booleans should be capitalized: TRUE and FALSE when “set to” Booleans should be lower case: is true and is false (raise the issue with Style Guide update) July 2009 Slide 29 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 27 of 11-09/0753r2 by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems)

  30. WNG SC Agenda Date: 2009-07-17 Authors: Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 1 of 11-09/0897r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semi

  31. Abstract Closing report for Wireless Next Generation (WNG) Standing Committee (SC) for July 2009, San Francisco, California Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 2 of 11-09/0897r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semi

  32. Session 1 (Tuesday AM1) 1 - 802.11 Energy Consumption and Policy - Nordman 2 - QoS for Management Frames – Montemurro 11-09/0817r0 3 - 802.11 in TVWS – Kennedy 11-09-0749-01-0wng-802-11-in-the-tvws.ppt Session 2 (Wednesday PM1) 4 - Enhancement Technology for vehicular communications – Cho 11-09-0832-02-0wng-enhancement-technology-for-vehicular-communications.ppt 5 - WLAN Public Easements – Paine 11-09-0830-01-0wng-public-easements-for-802-11.ppt 6 - Enhanced Security for 802.11i – Harkins 11-09-0315-04-0wng-enhanced-security.ppt 7 - Broadband V2I Access for High Speed Transportation – Morioka 11-09-0111-03-0wng-broadband-v2i-access-for-high-speed-transportation.ppt Presentations Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 3 of 11-09/0897r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semi

  33. Request approval by IEEE 802 LMSC to form an 802.11 Study Group to Address QoS for Management Frames [as described in doc 11-09/0817r1] with the intent of creating a PAR and five criteria. By: Michael Montemurro Second: Cam-Winget [WNG Result: 34 – For; 3 – Against; 14 – Abstain.] July 2009 Motion Slide 33 Slide 33 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 4 of 11-09/0897r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semi

  34. Motion Moved: Because of its suitability as a primary candidate for a TVWS technology, and in the expectation that the FCC and Ofcom will clarify their requirements for the database in the interim, the 802.11WG should begin a Study Group to develop PAR and 5 Criteria documents for approval by the EC at the Atlanta Plenary in November 2009 By: Rich Kennedy Second: Harry Worstell YES: 39 NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 15 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 5 of 11-09/0897r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semi

  35. IEEE P802.11 Architecture Committee 802.11 Plenary Report for July 2009 sessions Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 1 of <no doc number> by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

  36. Project Status - General • Economic conditions are limiting project progress • Key volunteers/contributors have been unable to attend for multiple sessions • Participant’s job demands are preventing significant effort between F2F sessions • The original SC intention was to work on tasks between sessions • as the projects are not geared to “apply effort for 2 hours every 2 months” • … however, this is where manpower has been most seriously impacted. • Available manpower best matches participation needed for smaller, specific tasks • Ex: MIB recommendation Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 2 of <no doc number> by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

  37. ARC Future Activities & Sessions • SC Chair & WG Chair have decided to “hibernate” the ARC SC… • until industry conditions improve, or • a specific focused task is requested of the SC for which the is sufficient volunteer interest Therefore, ARC SC will not be scheduling formal sessions in Sept • If you have a topic that you would like ARC SC assistance with, contact the SC chair and we’ll see what we can do. Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 3 of <no doc number> by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

  38. Planning for Sept 2009 • No Sept F2F sessions planned • ARC SC will schedule teleconferences • Conf Calls • Tues Aug 4th, Tues Sept 1st • 12:00 ET Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 4 of <no doc number> by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

  39. July 2009 TGmb Closing Report Authors: Date: 2009-07-17 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 1 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  40. Abstract Closing report for TGmb for July 2009 interim meeting in San Francisco, California, USA. Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 2 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  41. TGmb Status (now with a double-digit number of comments resolved…) Photo credit: Luc Bollen (fatboyke on Flickr); used with permission http://www.flickr.com/photos/fatboyke/2668411239/ Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 3 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  42. Accomplishments • No interpretation requests received • Defined process for handling commments • Discussed major issues • Process for deprecating features • Criteria for removing text • Major editorial issues requiring WG-level coordination • Approved resolutions for 13 comments Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 4 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  43. Onward to September • No change to plan of record • Requesting weekly teleconferences every Friday for 90 minutes at 11 am ET • Goal: Recirculation letter ballot in September Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 5 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  44. Current TGmb Plan of Record • May 2008 – Issue Call for Comment/Input • July 2008 – begin process input and old Interpretation requests Acknowledge previous Task Group referrals • Sept 2008 – PAR revision process started • Nov 2008 – close receipt of new input • Nov 2008 – WG/EC approval of PAR Revision • Dec 2008 – NesCom/SASB approval PAR Revision • May 2009 – First WG Letter ballot • (includes All published Amendments as of May 2009) • Sep/Nov 2009 – Recirc start • January 2010 – Form Sponsor Pool (45 days) • March 2010 – Sponsor Ballot Start • (Include all published amendments as of March 2010) • July 2010 – Sponsor Recirc • March 2011 – WG/EC Final Approval • June 2011 – RevCom/SASB Approval Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 6 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  45. References • Agenda: 11-09/0732r7 • Minutes: 11-09/0777r0 • Motions: 11-09/0861r0 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 7 of 11-09/0870r1 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

  46. Name Company Address Phone email bkraemer@ marvell .com Bruce Kraemer Marvell +1 - 321 - 4 27 - 4098 TGn Closing Report - July 16 ‘09 Authors: Date: 2009-July-09 5488 Marvell Lane, Santa Clara, CA, 95054 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 1 of 11-09/0775r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

  47. Status Summary Comment Resolution Complete Balloting Complete EC presentation package complete Preparing for July 31st submissions in preparation for Sept 9,10,11 PatCom,RevCom, Standards Board meetings Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 2 of 11-09/0775r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

  48. TGn - Sponsor Ballot Recirc #5 • IEEE P802.11n 10 day Recirculation Sponsor Ballot #5 asked the question “Should  P802.11n  Draft 11.0 be forwarded to RevCom?” • Ballot Opening Date:  Tuesday  June 23 , 2009 - 23:59 ETBallot Closing Date:     Friday       July 03, 2009 - 23:59 ET  • RESPONSES:277 eligible people are in this ballot group.199  affirmative votes   19  negative votes     17 abstention votes ======= 238 votes received  =  86 % valid returns                                 =   7 % valid abstentionsAPPROVAL RATE:199  affirmative votes       =      91.3 % affirmative  19  total negative votes  =      8.7  % negative Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 3 of 11-09/0775r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

  49. Primary San Francisco Meeting Documents • SB #0-5 Comment Composite 11-09- 0024 r16 • July Meeting Report 11-09- 0659 r1 • Closing Report 11-09- 0775 r0 • May Meeting Minutes 11-09- 0565 r0 • SB#3 Telecon minutes 11-09- 0681 r0 • SB#4 Telecon minutes 11-09- 0693 r0 • SB#5 Telecon minutes 11-09- 0738 r0 • TGn Draft 11.0 • EC presentation 11-09-0674 r2 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 4 of 11-09/0775r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell

  50. July Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov 2009 Timeline – July EC Unconditional Prelim EC package Wed Jun 17 EC review Fri Jul 17 RevCom Package Fri Jul 31 RevCom Meeting Thu Sep 10 StdsBd Meeting Fri Sep 11 Oct Jul Aug Sep 40 days 13-17 09 10 11 31 Oct Nov Dec 16-20 50 days 09 7 8 9 Adrian Stephens, Intel Corporation from slide 5 of 11-09/0775r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell