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This Participant Roster indicates those participants who signed the Group Participation Agreement (GPA) for the UMA Work Group. Habitual non-attenders of meetings are at risk of being declared non-voting (sometimes called being an "observer"). Participants who wish to re-establish voting rights may do so simply by attending a meeting and stating this preference. Participants of all stripes always have mailing-list posting privileges.
As of 25 Apr 2013 (post-meeting)16 May 2013, quorum is 5 6 of 910. This table tracks voting participants of the UMA Work Group, and also voting participant attendance at recent "all-hands" meetings in which the WG's goal is to attain quorum. (Participation in ad hoc and "focus" meetings – most of our regular weekly meetings at this point -- is not formally tracked. See individual meeting notes to see who attended.) Since participants may move between voting and non-voting status, and are moved to the second table when they become non-voting (thus removing their record), the attendance record columns do not necessarily reflect actual attendance at any one meeting. Rather, they are a tool to help the chair manage quorum over time. The "q(n)" designation means quorum was reached, with n being the minimum number of voting participants required.
|Participant||Organization||GPA||101-25 (8)11-29 (31 q(6)||122-20 28 q(6)||13-31 28 q(6)2||4-28 25 q(6)3||5-28 30 q(6)|
|Dobrinic. , Mark||Cozmanova||2013-05-16||0|
|Hazelton, Keith||U of Wisconsin-Madison||2012-10-17||10||1||1||0||1||1|
|Mohammed, Alam||Fraunhofer AISEC||2009-07-22||1||0||1||11||0||10|
This table tracks non-voting participants of the UMA Work Group.