I see that JoAnn Hackos has voted for DocBook 4.5
in the name of ComTech.
But JoAnn Hackos is also listed as the voting
principle for Society for Technical Communication
which is listed as not voting.
I submit that OASIS makes this too confusing, and
that if JoAnn voted for it for ComTech, she certainly
meant to vote for it for STC, so we should also count
STC as voting in favor of this ballot.
JoAnn, if you read this email before midnight Saturday
and can figure out how to cast a vote for STC, please
From: Mary McRae [mailto:mary...@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, 2006 September 29 15:34
To: 'Norman Walsh'; docb...@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: RE: [docbook-tc] It looks like DocBook V4.5 will pass!
Please note that Kavi calculation is not accurate -- 15% of
357 is 52.05,
meaning that you need 53 votes ... I did mention on the TAB
call earlier today
that two ballots were in jeopardy of failing due to
insufficent votes and urged
any voting members to vote ...
From: Norman Walsh [mailto:nd...@nwalsh.com]
Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 3:53 PM
Subject: [docbook-tc] It looks like DocBook V4.5 will pass!
Mary has to make the final announcement, of course, and I
53 or more companies could suddenly vote "no", but it seems
likely that with 52 members voting yes (15% of the
membership) and no members voting no as of 15:51 EDT, our
ballot for DocBook V4.5 will pass.
Be seeing you,
Norman Walsh <nd...@nwalsh.com> | Extinction, n. The raw material
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | out of which theology
created the Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | future