Thursday, 05 January 2006
- John Curran, Chair
- Scott Bradner, Secretary
- Lee Howard, Treasurer
- Bill Manning, Trustee
- Ray Plzak, President
- Bill Woodcock, Trustee
- Therese Colosi, Recording Secretary
- Stephen Ryan
- Paul Vixie
The President called the meeting to order at 4:03 p.m. EST. The presence of a quorum was noted via roll call, and the President welcomed everyone.
2. Election of the Chair
Scott Bradner nominated John Curran and this was seconded by Lee Howard. John accepted the nomination. There were no other nominations. The motion carried with 5 in favor for John Curran as Chair, and 1 abstention (John Curran).
3. Agenda Bashing
The Chair called for any comments. There were no comments.
4. Election of the Secretary
Lee Howard nominated Scott Bradner. Bill Manning nominated Lee Howard. There were no other nominations. Scott and Lee accepted their nominations.
The Chair called for any comments before voting. Bill Manning stated that he felt Lee would make an excellent Secretary, and acknowledged Scott's exemplary work as Secretary. Scott Bradner interjected that he would decline the position of Treasurer, if so nominated, because he felt he did not have the required expertise.
Hearing no further comments, the Chair asked for any objections to conducting a roll call vote vs. a private vote. There were no objections to conducting a roll call vote, the results of which were 5 in favor for Scott as Secretary, with 1 abstention (Scott Bradner).
5. Election of the Treasurer
Scott Bradner nominated Lee Howard. There were no other nominations. Lee accepted the nomination. The motion carried with 5 in favor for Lee Howard as Treasurer, and 1 abstention (Lee Howard).
6. Any Other Business
The Chair called for any other business. The President confirmed that all Board members had indicated that they would be attending their next face-to-face meeting in Dallas, Texas on February 12, 2006.
The Chair entertained a motion to adjourn at 4:10 p.m. EST. Lee Howard moved to adjourn, and this was seconded by Bill Manning. The motion passed unanimously.