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From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:16:34 1992 Flags: 000000000211 To: [email protected] Path: watserv1!mims-iris.waterloo.edu!tom From: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.os.os2,comp.binaries.ibm.pc.d Subject: comp.binaries.os2 :  CALL FOR VOTES Date: 20 Feb 90 15:52:53 GMT Sender: [email protected] Reply-To: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Distribution: world Organization: WATMIMS Research Group, University of Waterloo Lines: 57 Keywords: posted     CALL FOR VOTES:   Create comp.binaries.os2 (moderated).  VOTING PERIOD:    Feb. 21 1990 to Mar. 14 1990.  MODERATOR:	  Tom Haapanen ([email protected])  CHARTER:  This moderated group will be used for distribution of binaries for the OS/2 operating system.  The moderation will consist primarily of limiting postings to binaries only, and weeding out any discussion.  The moderator will ensure that binaries are suitably packaged, but will not, in general, do any testing of the submissions.  Commercial software and demos will not be posted.   HOW TO VOTE:  Votes must be sent VIA E-MAIL to one of the following adresses:  If you wish to vote YES:     Internet:		[email protected]     UUCP:		..!uunet!watmath!mims-iris!yes-vote If you wish to vote NO:     Internet:		[email protected]     UUCP:		..!uunet!watmath!mims-iris!no-vote  The vote taker is Tom Haapanen at University of Waterloo ([email protected]).  Clearly indicate whether the vote is for (YES) or against (NO) the proposal, preferably by adding the vote to the subject line.    Voting relates to comp.binaries.os2 as proposed and nothing else; if you disagree on the proposed name or charter, vote NO or abstain - conditional votes like "YES if ..." or "NO unless ..." will be considered void and invalid.  The identity of the voters (E-mail & name) will be extracted from the letters containing the votes by looking at (1) the Reply-To: line if present, or (2) the From: line if it looks OK, or (3) the signature (hopefully this won't be necessary)  The received votes will not be acknowledged individually; rather, mass acknowledgements will be posted in the appropriate newsgroups.  ----                                         \tom haapanen "now, you didn't really expect          [email protected]  my views to have anything to do        watmims research group  with my employer's, did you?"          university of waterloo  "I don't even know what street Canada is on"  -- Al Capone   From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:18:39 1992 Flags: 000000000201 From: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.os.os2,comp.binaries.ibm.pc.d Subject: comp.binaries.os2 :  CALL FOR VOTES Date: 27 Feb 90 03:04:45 GMT Reply-To: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Distribution: world Organization: WATMIMS Research Group, University of Waterloo Keywords: posted  CALL FOR VOTES:   Create comp.binaries.os2 (moderated).  VOTING PERIOD:    Feb. 27 1990 to Mar. 20 1990.  MODERATOR:	  Tom Haapanen ([email protected])  CHARTER:  This moderated group will be used for distribution of binaries for the OS/2 operating system.  The moderation will consist primarily of limiting postings to binaries only, and weeding out any discussion.  The moderator will ensure that binaries are suitably packaged, but will not, in general, do any testing of the submissions.  Commercial software and demos will not be posted.  NOTE ON THE TIMING OF THE VOTE:  The discussion period has indeed exceeded well over four weeks, but I was first absent for two weeks (from Feb. 2nd though 16th), and didn't want to run a vote in absentia.  Subsequently, I posted a call for votes on the 20th of February, but it appears to have been lost in the Big Bit- Bucket in the Sky.  So, contrary to the letter of the guidelines, but conforming to the spirit of the same, here is the Call for Votes.   HOW TO VOTE:  Votes must be sent VIA E-MAIL to one of the following adresses:  If you wish to vote YES:     Internet:		[email protected]     UUCP:		..!uunet!watmath!mims-iris!yes-vote If you wish to vote NO:     Internet:		[email protected]     UUCP:		..!uunet!watmath!mims-iris!no-vote  The vote taker is Tom Haapanen at University of Waterloo ([email protected]).  Clearly indicate whether the vote is for (YES) or against (NO) the proposal, preferably by adding the vote to the subject line.    Voting relates to comp.binaries.os2 as proposed and nothing else; if you disagree on the proposed name or charter, vote NO or abstain - conditional votes like "YES if ..." or "NO unless ..." will be considered void and invalid.  The identity of the voters (E-mail & name) will be extracted from the letters containing the votes by looking at (1) the Reply-To: line if present, or (2) the From: line if it looks OK, or (3) the signature (hopefully this won't be necessary)  The received votes will not be acknowledged individually; rather, mass acknowledgements will be posted in the appropriate newsgroups.  ----                                         \tom haapanen "now, you didn't really expect          [email protected]  my views to have anything to do        watmims research group  with my employer's, did you?"          university of waterloo  "I don't even know what street Canada is on"  -- Al Capone   From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:36:59 1992 Flags: 000000000201 From: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups Subject: comp.binaries.os2 PASSES Date: 21 Mar 90 06:02:19 GMT Reply-To: [email protected] (Tom Haapanen) Distribution: world Organization: WATMIMS Research Group, University of Waterloo Keywords: posted   234 valid votes were received by the end of the voting period (until midnight March 20).  There were 203 YES votes, and 31 NO votes (86.8% YES).  Thus, the group passes according to the Usenet guidelines.  I will await five days for a huge influx of unrecorded NO votes, and if none such appears, the group will be created on March 26.  Russ Nelson of Clarkson University will archive the postings (thanks, Russ!); any other archive sites would be welcome as well.  Please let me know! OS/2 sources should be posted in comp.sources.misc; Brandon Allbery will welcome them there.  Out of interest, I classified the voters by domain: here they are: 	170	.uucp 	 75	.edu 	 34	.com 	 11	.bitnet 	 15	.uk (United Kingdom) 	 11	.fi (Finland) 	  9	.ca (Canada) 	  4	.nl (Netherlands) 	  3	.au (Australia) 	  2	.se (Sweden) 	  1	.be (Belgium) 	  1	.de (Germany) 	  1	.dk (Denmark) 	  1	.nz (New Zealand)  Thanks for your interest!  (This was the easy part; now for moderating...) A list of voters is attached.  [ \tom haapanen -- university of waterloo -- [email protected]    ] [ "i say what i say, but i say it for myself and myself only" -- me        ] [ "i don't even know what street canada is on"                -- al capone ]  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------  NO votes (31) ------------- Andreas Luik		[email protected]> Andrew F. Covie		 Andy Toy		<[email protected]> Arthur David Olson	<[email protected]> Bill Sommerfeld		<[email protected]> Bill Wisner		<[email protected]> Bob Weissman		<[email protected]> Carl Rigney		<[email protected]> Chip Rosenthal		<[email protected]> Cliff Tuel		<[email protected]> Curtis Popoff		<[email protected]> David Hayes		<[email protected]> Evan Leibovitch		<[email protected]> gnf3e			<[email protected]> Greg A. Woods		<[email protected]> Greg Davis		<[email protected]> Ian Dickinson		[email protected]> Jeff Anton		<[email protected]> Jeffrey Carpenter	<[email protected]> John F. Haugh II	<[email protected]> Leonard Peirce		<[email protected]> Pekka Riiali		<[email protected]> Ron Heiby		<[email protected]> Ronald S H Khoo		<[email protected]> Ronnie Kon		<[email protected]> Russ Nelson		<[email protected]> ssbell Admin		<[email protected]> Systems Staff		<[email protected]> tanner			 Todd L. Masco		<[email protected]> Wilber			<[email protected]>  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------  YES votes (203) --------------- Aaron Wallace		<[email protected]> Akira Hatakeyama	<[email protected]> Alan Ballard		<[email protected]> Albert Ho		<[email protected]> Alex Jenkins		<[email protected]> Alfred Kayser		<[email protected]> Alfredo Delgado Garza	<[email protected]> Alistair		 Alok C. Nigam		<[email protected]> Andrea Morris		<[email protected]> Andy Field		<[email protected]> Andy Greenshaw		<[email protected]> Aron Roberts		<[email protected]> B. Scott Henderson	<[email protected]> Barry Jaspan		<[email protected]> Bengt Larsson		<[email protected]> Bill Davidsen		<[email protected]> Brad Turner		<[email protected]> Brady Orand		<[email protected]> Brian Irvine		<[email protected]> Brian Kaisner		 Brian Moore		<[email protected]> Brian Onn		 Brian Vanlandingham	<[email protected]> Bruce Kitchin		<[email protected]> C. Titus Brown		<[email protected]> C.J.Adie		<[email protected]> Carlos Rimola		 Cave Newt		<[email protected]> Charlie Turner		<[email protected]> Chip Salzenberg		 Chris Lang		<[email protected]> Chris Pikus		<[email protected]> Conrad			<[email protected]> Craig Bennett		<[email protected]> Craig Bosworth		<[email protected]> Craig Jackson 		<#[email protected]> D G Booth		 Dan Veditz		 Daniel Lee Thompson	<[email protected]> Darrell Shively		 Dave Gobran		<[email protected]> David Brown		 David Cornell		<[email protected]> David Edgerton		<[email protected]> David Morandi		 david nugent		 David Rees		<[email protected]> David Tholen 		<[email protected]> Dennis R. Spexet II	<[email protected]> Derek Baum		<[email protected]> Devin E. Ben-Hur	 Dick Spellman		<[email protected]> dkb			<[email protected]> Don Meyer		<[email protected]> Don Pelton		<[email protected]> Dwaine VanBibber	<[email protected]> E. Heinonen		<[email protected]> Ed A.F.			<[email protected]> Edmund Reinhardt	<[email protected]> fff			 Frederick F. Freeland	 Frederick K. Ho		<[email protected]> Geoff Arnold		<[email protected]> George Browning		<[email protected]> George Harvey		<[email protected]> Gerolamo Segetti	<[email protected]> Gil Pilz		<[email protected] > Gilmore			<[email protected]> Greg H.			 Greg J.			 Greg Miller		 Greg Philmon		<[email protected]> Gregory Bollella	<[email protected]> Hannu Kulokari		<[email protected]> Harish Pillay		<[email protected]> Ian Farquhar		<[email protected]> Ian Stewartson		<[email protected]> Irwin M. Fargo		<[email protected]> Ivan			<[email protected]> James Wanderer		<[email protected]> Jan van Oorschot	<[email protected]> Jeff M.			 Jerry Porter		<[email protected]> Jim Held		<[email protected]> Jim Kunzman		<[email protected]> John B. "JB" LaRue	<[email protected]> John Keys		 John Popp		<[email protected]> Jon Marinello		 jonka			 Joseph D. Shapiro	 JP Koivisto		<[email protected]> Judge Dredd		<[email protected]> Juha I. Seppala		<[email protected]> Kai Herbing		<[email protected]> karel Van der Haegen	<[email protected]> Kari Likovuori		<[email protected]> Kasey S. Osborn		<[email protected]> kathryn m sloan		<[email protected]> Keith Ericson		<[email protected]> Keith Weir		<[email protected]> Kennedy David		<[email protected]> Kevin Lowey		<[email protected]> Kevin R.		 Kevin Tomasek		<[email protected]> Kurt Olender		<[email protected]> Kyle Peltonen		 Larry Enos		 Lee F.			 Leif Olsen		<[email protected]> Leila Burrell-Davis	<[email protected]> Lenox H. Brassell	<[email protected]> Lewis Bruck		<[email protected]> Manfred Kremer		<[email protected]> Mark Johns		 Mark Lewin		 Mark Z. Smith		<[email protected]> Martin Marshall		<[email protected]> Martyn Legge		<[email protected]> Massimo Carnevali	<[email protected]> Matt Harding		<[email protected]> Maurice Thaler		<[email protected]> Michael B. Williams	<[email protected]> Michael Vartanian	<[email protected]> Michel Biedermann	<[email protected]> Mike McCann		<[email protected]> Mike O'Carroll		<[email protected]> Mike O'Reilly		<[email protected]> mke			<[email protected]> Moderator OS/2 Forum	<[email protected]> Morten Larsen		 Nick Paizis		<[email protected]> Nigel Aylott		<[email protected]> Nigel Sharples		<[email protected]> notes administrator	<[email protected]> O Morgan		<[email protected]> Olli Blackburn		<[email protected]> Pasi 'PJo' Jokela	<[email protected]> Patrik Skottsborg	<[email protected]> Paul Downing		<[email protected]> Paul Grous		<[email protected]> Paul H. Wong		<[email protected]> Paul Verket		<[email protected]> Pean Lim		<[email protected]> Peter Jaspers-Fayer	<[email protected]> Peter Rauch		<[email protected]> Prof. Alberto Gambi	<[email protected]> R. Dru Henke		<[email protected]> Ralph Yozzo		 Randall Atkinson	<[email protected]> Randall McCaskill	<[email protected]> Randy D.		 Randy N.		 Ray Dunn		<[email protected]> Rene Baart 		<[email protected]> Richard A. Schafer	<[email protected]> Richard B. Edelman	<[email protected]> Richard H. Miller	<[email protected]> Richard Oppenheimer	<[email protected]> Robert Kennewick	<[email protected]> Robertson John MAJ	<[email protected]> rocks			<[email protected]> Roland Schock		<[email protected]> Roland Wroblewski	<[email protected]> Samuel Lam		<[email protected]> Sandy			 Sang Shin 		<[email protected]> Scott Heyano		<[email protected]> Sean Fitts		<[email protected]> Sebastian Rahtz		<[email protected]> Shijong Kuo		<[email protected]> Sigurd Andersen		<[email protected]> Simon A Reap		 smeans			 Srinivasan Seshan	<[email protected]> Stephane Desmarais	<[email protected]> Steve Ackerman		<[email protected]> Steve H.		 Steve Hoole		 Steve Schonberger	 Steven Mackey		<[email protected]> Tapani Tarvainen	<[email protected]> Teemu Mottonen		<[email protected]> Terence Davis		<[email protected]> Tim Forsyth		<[email protected]> Tim Henrion		<[email protected] > Timo T Hakulinen	<[email protected]> Timothy Smith		<[email protected]> Todd Fincannon		 Todd Greenwald		<[email protected]> Tom Dinger		<[email protected]> Tom Haapanen		<[email protected]> Tony Olejnik		<[email protected]> W Christopher Martin	<[email protected]> Wayne Chin		<[email protected]> Wayne Davison		 Wayne Johnson		 Wayne Nichols		<[email protected]> WHP_vHulzen		<[email protected]> Wilf			<[email protected]> William C. Marsh	<[email protected]> Wolfgang Strobl		<[email protected]>   
 
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