RE: [vhdl-200x] Call for Vote: VHDL + VHPI (P1076c) - 060908

From: Alex Zamfirescu <azro_at_.....>
Date: Wed Aug 30 2006 - 00:10:55 PDT
Jim:How can a working group member become a voting member if the requirement to be a voting member is to vote, and you do not let them vote? Please clarify this for me!I would let all who wanted to vote, vote, and count more and more of the votes each time. I know,... then if they are too many, you have a problem with the chorum at the face meetings, but I do not think you stop some from voting this time to keep your group voting member number low. If not that, then what's the reason for such ..."membership mutilation attempt"?This was a good occasion to get people in (as voting members), and wanting to keep their voting status. Is there anything you can do to reverse the situationand work in that direction?Kind regards,Alex Z

-- Alex Zamfirescu azro_ f rom - email (650) 814-7514 - mobile (877) 332-0676 - voicemail/fax -----Original Message-----From: Jim Lewis Sent: Fri, 25 Aug 2006 08:14:22 -0700To: vhdl-200x_ f rom _server.eda.orgSubject: [vhdl-200x] Call for Vote: VHDL + VHPI (P1076c) - 060908Dear colleagues, This is a call for vote from IEEE P1076 WG members on the Accellera approved revision of VHDL that includes VHPI plus some ISAC revisions. The purpose of this revision is to make VHPI available as a standard. As such, it does not have the additional revisions that were just completed by the Accellera VHDL TC. Those revisions will be put forth later (Q1 2007?). This gives industry some time to tune up the revisions if necessary before they become an IEEE standard. This revision has been reviewed and approved by both the Accellera VHDL TC and the Accellera board. It has also been updated slightly. We have a separate PAR for this work (P1076c). The updated VHDL-VHPI draft for the P1076C can be found at: This copy of the draft is provide for members of the working group to evaluate the draft for its suitability for balloting. It is password protected. In a previous email I sent the password to all who have voted in the last 3 votes. Please forward votes to me by email (eg, by replying to this message) by 5pm US-PDT, Friday September 8, 2006. Approval in this case shall mean that we accept this revision to be the revision to send to IEEE for balloting. Potential votes: Approve, Negative with comment, Negative with no comment, Abstain Vote: Comment: Best Regards, Jim Lewis VASG/ IEEE 1076 WG Chair P.S. The ballot group formation will close today at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time. -- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jim Lewis Director of Training mailto:Jim_ f rom SynthWorks Design Inc. 1-503-590-4787 Expert VHDL Training for Hardware Design and Verification ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!

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