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  1. SAB Sponsor Progress Report Joseph Gwinn POSIX: CS/Portable Applications Standards Committee (PASC) 6 November 2013

  2. CS/PASC Activity Summary (1) • Active Working Groups • The Austin Group has most of the activity • The Realtime Group is working on moving 1003.26 into 1003.1 • See Additional-Highlights slide • WG size: Austin Reflector has ~350 people; of which perhaps 10% generate most of the traffic, and the rest post only when a specific issue surfaces • Number of PARs approved YTD: 1 • Number of Stds sent to ballot: 1 • Number of Stds approved for publication: 1

  3. CS/PASC Activity Summary (2) • 1003.1-2008-Cor_1 Standard for Information Technology - Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) - Corrigendum 1 – was approved • This corrigendum corrects technical and other non-editorial errors made during the preparation of 1003.1-2008, latest version, which covers Portable Operating System Interfaces

  4. YTD Additional Highlights • CS/PASC intends to move the technical content of IEEE 1003.26R into the base POSIX standard, 1003.1 via The Austin Group • The request was submitted toThe Austin Group in August 2013 as bug # 729 • Policies and Procedures are being aligned with current P&P template • Working with AudCom on the details