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

From: Jim Lewis <jim_at_.....>
Date: Wed Aug 30 2006 - 09:40:47 PDT
> 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!

To be a voting member you must be a member of DASC and
vote in 2 of the last 3 votes.   In working toward
your voting membership, your first two votes will be
informative votes.

As chair, I have to follow the working group rules.

I have sent the password to all who have voted in the
past (voting members plus people who are currently working
to become voting members).

Also when I posted the draft, I stated I would send the
password to people if they made a committment to become
a working group member.  This means join DASC and commit
(promise) to vote in 2 of the next 3 votes.  To take me
up on this you must send me an email with the promise
to vote.

Note that currently the only votes we have done have been
via email so this permits a larger group of participation
than having phone or in person meetings.

Note that in its current relationship with Accellera, the
main things the VASG votes on are:
   1)  Approve ISAC bug fixes
   2)  Approve revisions (bug fixes) to the Accellera draft.
   3)  Approve the standard for balloting.

The main revisions/enhancements to the base standard are done
by the Accellera VHDL TC.

Best Regards,
Jim Lewis
Director of Training   
SynthWorks Design Inc. 

Expert VHDL Training for Hardware Design and Verification
Received on Wed Aug 30 09:41:01 2006

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