SIG Governing Board Motions - FY'03

Motion: Move that SIGCOMM continue in its current status as a multi-service SIG for the next 4 years.

Gabow, Chesnais
Unanimous (9/21/02)

Motion: Move that SIGARCH continue in its current status as a multi-service SIG for the next 4 years.

Wolf, Sipior
Unanimous (9/21/02)

Motion: Adopt policy recommended by SGB for applying allocation to new SIGs

SGB EC
Motion carries (9/21/02)

Motion: Move that SIGCHI continue in its current status as a multi-service SIG for the next 4 years.

Chesnais, Niederman
Unanimous (9/21/02)

Motion: Move that SIGMICRO continue in its current status as a conference SIG for the next two years.

Berenbaum, Walker
Unanimous (9/21/02)

Motion: Move that SIGPLAN continue in its current status as a multi-service SIG for the next 4 years.

Feldman, Gabow
Unanimous (9/21/02)

Motion: Annually Distribute the SIG DL money directly to the SIGs in proportion to their respective downloads of newsletter and conference proceedings over the preceding fiscal year. For conferences with multiple ACM SIG sponsorship, downloads are subdivided according to financial risk taken in the most recent instance of the conference.

(Partridge, R. Walker)
Passed (3/16/03)

Motion: "Unassigned Money" to be divided equally among the SIGS

(Partridge, Schofield)
Passed (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGMIS as a multi-service SIG for the next 4 years.

(Chesnais, Haramundanis)
unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGSIM as a conference-only SIG for the next two years.

(Ozsu, Ebcioglu)
Unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to have SIGWEB remain in transition.

Unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGAPP's transitional status.

(R. Walker, Chesnais)
unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGAPL as a non-transitional conference only SIG.

(Haramundanis, Ozsu)
unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGCAPH's transitional status.

(Ozsu, Schofield)
unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGGROUP's transitional status.

(Ebcioglu, Chesnais) (3/16/03)

Motion: The SGB supports the recommendation of the SGB EC to continue SIGWEB's transitional status.

(Haramundanis, R. Walker)
unanimous (3/16/03)

Motion: A conference should not be given in-cooperation status if it will not or cannot make its published output available to the ACM Digital Library, without a waiver from the SGB EC

(Marks, Partridge)
Motion rejected (3/16/03)

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