EASC Issues to Date, 1. EASC submits requests for invited experts for working groups in September 2010; SASB disapproves list
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July 10, 2013
Part A: “Members of the International Sustainable Development Foundation (ISDF) Server Launch Oversight Group (SLOG) were evenly divided on whether to recommend IEEE or the National Sanitation Foundation for the server standard [1680.4]. (While the formal vote was 4-3, the one voting member who was unable to attend this group’s final meeting indicated in a public forum that his vote would have been in support of remaining with IEEE.) Therefore, there is clearly no consensus, let alone a mandate, among the members of this advisory group to switch the development of the server standard to the National Sanitation Foundation and consequently break apart the family of standards that exists under IEEE.”
Part B: “The issue voted on by the SLOG members was limited to the question of whether to launch the server standard within IEEE or within the National Sanitation Foundation. This external group was not charged with advising the EASC with regard to other product categories (e.g., PCs, printers and televisions), and stakeholders representing these other categories had virtually no opportunity to provide input into this group. “