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Posted By Bruce W. Vigon, Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Dear members,

  Here are a couple of clarifications on Mike's minutes from Long Beach:

  • The old SETAC Communities site is no longer active.  All communication, discussion, document uploading/sharing, and general business should be done through the GSAG webpage (http://www.setac.org/members/group.aspx?id=90703).  The features available (blogs, discussion forums, email to members, and messaging to members) are superior by far to what we had on Communities.
  • The old listserve address (csagna@lists.setac.net) is still usable but is now tied to the Your Membership database rather than our previous ACGI platform.  However, there is really no advantage to using that instead of the internal email/messaging capability within Your Membership.
  • For those who have not yet familiarized yourself with the navigation features, Jason Andersen has prepared a short video tutorial that may provide some useful site information:

http://youtu.be/ITV8LoitJh0

  • On the point about forming an ISO expert liaison commenting group, we would need a minimum of about a half dozen people who are interested.  In the past we have actually set up individual groups to comment on specific standards in development.  If someone is aware of a New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) or a recently formed workgroup on a standard, this could be the starting point for us to get organized.  Timing is everything.  If we get involved too late, then our potential impact is limited.

Bruce    

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