SIG Governing Board Motions - FY'99

Motion: Move to approve the minutes of the February'98 SIG Chairs Meeting.

Soffa, Johnson
(Unanimous)

Motion: Move that the SGB formally express interest in pursuing the IFIP proposal presented by Joe Turner and work on implementation.

Cunningham, Levitan
(Unanimous)

Motion: Move to endorse the SIGLINK name change to SIGWEB and forward to ACM EC for approval.

Levitan, Martin
(Unanimous)

Motion: Move to recommend that the SGB EC further review the viability of SIGCAPH.

Johnson, Levitan
(38,36,0)

Motion: Move that SIGARCH retain their status as a multi-service SIG.

Levitan, Soffa
(Unanimous)

Motion: Move that SIGMICRO retain their status as a conference SIG.

Belkin, Soffa
(Unanimous)

Motion: Move that SIGPLAN retain their status as a multi-service SIG.

Baer, Levitan
(Unanimous)

Motion: Decertify SIG3C as an active ACM SIG and refer to SGBEC for discussion and decision on how to compensate and serve current SIG3C members.

Furuta, L. Johnson

Motion: Move that SIGAda retain their status as a multi-service SIG with a program review in two years.

Cunningham, Levitan

Motion: Move that SIGCPR retain their status as a multi-service SIG.

Baer, Belkin

Motion: Move to refer SIGBIO status to the SGB EC for discussion and decision.

Cuningham, L. Johnson

Motion: Move that the viability of SIGAPL be referred to the SGB EC for discussion and decision.

Snodgrass, Furuta

Motion: Move that SIGSIM retain their status as a conference SIG.

Soffa, Cunningham

Motion: Move that SIGWEB retain their status as a multi-service SIG.

Soffa, Belkin

Motion: Move that the SGB EC constitute a committee to provide recommendations on what the SGB should do with regard to conference management software.

Snodgrass, Levitan

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