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From [email protected]ythos.ucs.indiana.edu Sun Apr 19 21:38:01 1992 Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:2200 news.groups:48456 comp.dcom.lans.fddi:212 comp.dcom.lans.misc:206 comp.multimedia:2109 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.dcom.lans.fddi,comp.dcom.lans.misc,comp.sys.cisco,comp.multimedia Path: uunet!uunet!bounce-back From: Allen Robel <[email protected]> Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK:  comp.dcom.cell-relay Message-ID: <[email protected]> Followup-To: poster Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence) Organization: UUNET Communications Services Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1992 16:25:03 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 259  This is the 2nd CFV to create the newsgroup comp.dcom.cell-relay. Included are the original CFV and an acknowledgement of votes received as of 8:10 EST, April 9, 1992.  NAME:             comp.dcom.cell-relay  STATUS:           unmoderated   DESCRIPTION:  	  Forum for discussion of Cell Relay based networks   CHARTER:       To provide a forum for the submission of articles and inquiries dealing with networks using Cell Relay as a transport; including local, metropolitan, and wide area networks.  For the purposes of this group, the term "cell" is taken to mean a small, fixed-sized, information-bearing unit that provides the foundation for transport and multiplexing of a wide range of user traffic types; each of which may require varying grades of service (e.g. bounds on delay variance). Examples of user traffic that might be accomodated by a Cell Relay network include voice (sound), video, and data.  A specific example of a cell-based technology is Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).  Examples of networks or services that will use Cell-Relay based technology include Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN), Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB), Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS based on DQDB).  In addition, it is expected that "raw" ATM-based local area networks will become widespread.  The inclusion of "cell-relay" in the group's name was purposeful in that it is intended to distinguish this technology from that used in other high-speed networks e.g. FDDI, 45Mb/s Frame-Relay.  Posts of the following types are expected:  o  Any and all questions concerning these technologies o  User experiences with Cell Relay based networks o  Announcements of conferences, conventions, etc. o  Product descriptions o  Applications made possible by this technology o  News of public service offerings o  Research findings o  Conjecture as to the future of Cell Relay based technology    (e.g. time frames, projected costs, etc.)  though this is not intended to be an exhaustive list.  This list is not intended to be a forum in which standards are developed, though it seems reasonable to relate news pertaining to the progress of recognized standards bodies.  It is fully expected that the range of discussion will quickly result in the need for an expanded hierarchy under comp.dcom.cell-relay.  We will cross that bridge when we get to it and use experience gained in this forum to proceed.  VOTES: -----  ONLY VOTES RECEIVED BY MAY 1, 23:59 Central Standard Time WILL BE COUNTED  TO VOTE YES: send mail to [email protected] with a subject line or message body that reads "I vote YES to   comp.dcom.cell-relay."  TO VOTE NO: send mail to [email protected] with a subject line or message body that reads "I vote NO to   comp.dcom.cell-relay."  Only votes mailed to the above addresses will be counted.  Ambiguous votes or votes with qualifications ("I would vote yes for comp.dcom.cell-relay provided that...") will not be counted.  In the case of multiple votes from a given person, only the last will be counted.  If you have questions about or want to cancel your vote, you can send mail to [email protected]  Actual votes mailed to that address will not be counted.  OTHER -----  Since I am acting both as the proposer and vote-taker for this group, and since there has been discussion in news.groups on appropriate behavior of someone in my position, I hereby give notice that until the end of the voting period I will not engage in any discussion of comp.dcom.cell-relay that requires me to express my opinions, nor will I send any mail campaigning for votes to be sent other than the periodic repetitions of this post that will be sent during the voting period.  I do intend to send this CFV as a direct mailing to all persons I am aware of who have expressed either support or opposition to this group during the discussion period.  This Call For Votes, along with acknowledgements of votes received will be posted several times throughout the voting period.  Acknowledgement of votes received as of 8:10 EST, April 9, 1992. ----------------------------------------------------------------  Both YES and NO votes are combined and sorted below.   - Sites that arrived via UUCP should scan the list for their    path to me. e.g.   [email protected]      will appear under the lowercase "r" section of the list.   - Be mindful of the the various header formats when scanning the    list for your vote.  You may not be listed where you expect to be.    "(Andre Wiesel)" <[email protected]> "Albert E. Schindler" <[email protected]> "Gerard V. Talatinian"  <[email protected]> "Jacob Levanon - Network Applications/812 855-2598"   <[email protected]> "Larry Hughes" <[email protected]> (Albert Steiner) [email protected] Amalendu Parasnis <[email protected]> Andrew Schmidt <[email protected]> Andy Malis <[email protected]> Barry (B.) Hagglund <[email protected]> Bengt Larsson <[email protected]> [email protected] Carl Rigney <[email protected]> Carl Symborski <[email protected]> Christopher Johnson <[email protected]> Claudia Jordan <[email protected]> Clive Carter <[email protected]> Geoffrey McKim <[email protected]> Greg Brewster <[email protected]> Harald Nordgard-Hansen <[email protected]> [email protected] J Paul Holbrook <[email protected]> [email protected] Jerry Scharf <[email protected]> Jim Frimmel <[email protected]> [email protected] John G Dobnick <[email protected]> Jon Saunders <[email protected]> Juha Heinanen <[email protected]> Ken (K.G.) Hayward <[email protected]> Ken (K.G.) Smith <[email protected]> [email protected] (Kjetil Otter Olsen) [email protected] Lance Speelmon <[email protected]> Lup Houh Ng  <[email protected]> Maxime Taksar <[email protected]> Michael Unneb{ck <[email protected]> Noelan Olson <[email protected]> Richard T Wurth <[email protected]> Ron Rusnak <[email protected]> Ronnie Kon <[email protected]> [email protected] (Geoff Peck) Steinar Kj{rnsr|d <[email protected]> Thomas Brunner <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (John Wilson) [email protected] (Asit Trivedi) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Torsten Braun,   Institute of Telematics, University of Karlsruhe) [email protected] (Brian Smithson) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Chris A. Wilcox) [email protected] [email protected] (CHEDLEY_AOURIRI) [email protected] (Chip Rosenthal) [email protected] (C. Harald Koch) [email protected] [email protected] (cjrivera) [email protected]nynexst.com (Clare Chu Ayala) [email protected] (Craig Hansen) [email protected] (Iqbal Husain) [email protected] (Christian Schneider) [email protected] (Christopher Ward) [email protected] (Laurent Dairaine) [email protected] (Donald H. Locker) [email protected] [email protected] (Dominique DUBOIS) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Steve Elias) [email protected] [email protected] (George Marshall) [email protected] (Grenville Armitage) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (James Flowers) [email protected] (James Watt) [email protected] (Jan B Larsen) [email protected] (Jose Diaz-Gonzalez) john stigall <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] (Rolf Hahn) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Larry Pearlstein) [email protected] (Line Steinbakk) [email protected] (Albert Mak) malexand%[email protected] (Michael Alexander) [email protected] [email protected] (Athar Mian) [email protected] (Mike Curry) [email protected] (Matthew S Nelson) [email protected] [email protected] (Mark Reardon) [email protected] [email protected] (Paul Wilson(Toronto)) [email protected] (Ram Ramachandran) [email protected] (Bobby Krupczak) [email protected] (Roger D. Roles) [email protected] (Karen Reid) [email protected] [email protected] (Roger H. Brown) [email protected] (Richard H. Miller) [email protected] [email protected] (Robert Teisberg) [email protected] (Dave   Roberts) [email protected]iana.  edu (Charles Dyer) [email protected]na.ed  u (Des Young) [email protected] (Jon Sadler) [email protected] [email protected] (The Shaman) [email protected] (Scott Loftesness) [email protected] [email protected] stelios pavlides <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] (Don Proctor) [email protected] (Tetsu Takekoshi) [email protected] (Tim Moors) timo sinkkila <[email protected]> [email protected] (Thomas A. Maufer) [email protected] (Tone Ingvaldsen) [email protected] (Bill Turner) [email protected] [email protected] (William E. Price) [email protected] (Yoram Rimoni) --  Allen Robel                         [email protected]  University Computing Services       [email protected]  Network Research & Planning         voice: (812)855-7171 Indiana University                  FAX:   (812)855-8299  From [email protected] Fri Apr 24 13:58:50 1992 Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:2256 news.groups:49624 comp.dcom.lans.fddi:262 comp.dcom.lans.misc:279 comp.multimedia:2257 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.dcom.lans.fddi,comp.dcom.lans.misc,comp.sys.cisco,comp.multimedia Path: uunet!bounce-back From: Allen Robel <[email protected]> Subject: 3rd CFV and VOTE ACK:  comp.dcom.cell-relay Message-ID: <[email protected]> Followup-To: poster Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence) Organization: University Computing Services, Indiana University Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1992 14:40:23 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 296  3rd AND FINAL CALL FOR VOTES AND VOTE ACK for comp.dcom.cell-relay ------------------------------------------------------------------  This is the 3rd and final CFV to create the newsgroup   comp.dcom.cell-relay.  Included are the original CFV and an   acknowledgement of votes received thus far.  NAME:             comp.dcom.cell-relay  STATUS:           unmoderated   DESCRIPTION:  	  Forum for discussion of Cell Relay based networks   CHARTER:       To provide a forum for the submission of articles and inquiries dealing with networks using Cell Relay as a transport; including local,  metropolitan, and wide area networks.  For the purposes of this group, the  term "cell" is taken to mean a small, fixed-sized, information-bearing  unit that provides the foundation for transport and multiplexing of a wide range of user traffic types; each of which may require varying  grades of service (e.g. bounds on delay variance).  Examples of user traffic that might be accomodated by a Cell Relay network include voice (sound),  video, and data.  A specific example of a cell-based technology is  Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).  Examples of networks or services that will use Cell-Relay based technology include Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN), Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB), Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS based on DQDB).  In addition, it is expected that "raw" ATM-based local area networks will become widespread.  The inclusion of "cell-relay" in the group's name was purposeful in that it is intended to distinguish this technology from that used in other high-speed networks e.g. FDDI, 45Mb/s Frame-Relay.  Posts of the following types are expected:  o  Any and all questions concerning these technologies o  User experiences with Cell Relay based networks o  Announcements of conferences, conventions, etc. o  Product descriptions o  Applications made possible by this technology o  News of public service offerings o  Research findings o  Conjecture as to the future of Cell Relay based technology    (e.g. time frames, projected costs, etc.)  though this is not intended to be an exhaustive list.  This list is not intended to be a forum in which standards are developed, though it seems reasonable to relate news pertaining to the progress of  recognized standards bodies.  It is fully expected that the range of discussion will quickly result in  the need for an expanded hierarchy under comp.dcom.cell-relay.  We will cross that bridge when we get to it and use experience gained in this forum to proceed.  VOTES: -----  ONLY VOTES RECEIVED BY MAY 1, 23:59 Central Standard Time WILL BE COUNTED  TO VOTE YES: send mail to [email protected] with a subject line or message body that reads "I vote YES to comp.dcom.cell-relay."  TO VOTE NO: send mail to [email protected] with a subject line or message body that reads "I vote NO to comp.dcom.cell-relay."  Only votes mailed to the above addresses will be counted.  Ambiguous votes or votes with qualifications ("I would vote yes for comp.dcom.cell-relay provided that...") will not be counted.  In the case of multiple votes from a given person, only the last will be counted.  If you have questions about or want to cancel your vote, you can send mail to [email protected]  Actual votes mailed to that  address will not be counted.  OTHER -----  Since I am acting both as the proposer and vote-taker for this group, and since there has been discussion in news.groups on appropriate behavior of someone in my position, I hereby give notice that until the end of the  voting period I will not engage in any discussion of comp.dcom.cell-relay that requires me to express my opinions, nor will I send any mail campaigning for votes to be sent other than the periodic repetitions of this post that will be sent during the voting period.  I do intend to send this CFV as a direct mailing to all persons I am aware of who have expressed either  support or opposition to this group during the discussion period.  This Call For Votes, along with acknowledgements of votes received will  be posted several times throughout the voting period.  Acknowledgement of votes received as of April, 20th 11:15 CDT -------------------------------------------------------------  Both YES and NO votes are combined and sorted below.   - Sites that arrived via UUCP should scan the list for their    path to me. e.g. [email protected]      will appear under the lowercase "r" section of the list.   - Be mindful of the the various header formats when scanning the    list for your vote.  You may not be listed where you expect to be.    "(Andre Wiesel)" <[email protected]> "Albert E. Schindler" <[email protected]> "Gerard V. Talatinian"  <[email protected]> "Jack Holloway" <[email protected]> "Jacob Levanon - Network Applications/812 855-2598" <[email protected]> "Larry Hughes" <[email protected]> "Olav Ingar Lien" <[email protected]> (Albert Steiner) [email protected] Adam Glass <[email protected]> Amalendu Parasnis <[email protected]> Andrew Schmidt <[email protected]> Andrew Schmidt <[email protected]> Andy Lim <[email protected]> Andy Malis <[email protected]> Barry (B.) Hagglund <[email protected]> Bengt Larsson <[email protected]> [email protected] Carl Rigney <[email protected]> Carl Symborski <[email protected]> Christopher Johnson <[email protected]> Claudia Jordan <[email protected]> Clive Carter <[email protected]> Geoffrey McKim <[email protected]> Greg Brewster <[email protected]> Harald Nordgard-Hansen <[email protected]> [email protected] Heinzmann Peter <[email protected]> [email protected] J Paul Holbrook <[email protected]> JJ Lee <[email protected]> [email protected] Jerry Scharf <[email protected]> Jim Frimmel <[email protected]> [email protected] John G Dobnick <[email protected]> Jon Saunders <[email protected]> Juha Heinanen <[email protected]> Ken (K.G.) Hayward <[email protected]> Ken (K.G.) Smith <[email protected]> Khanh Ly <[email protected]> [email protected] (Kjetil Otter Olsen) [email protected] Lance Speelmon <[email protected]> Lars Kristian Vognild <[email protected]> Lup Houh Ng  <[email protected]> Mark McCutcheon <[email protected]> Maxime Taksar <[email protected]> Michael Unneb{ck <[email protected]> [email protected] Noelan Olson <[email protected]> [email protected] (Venemans P.H.A.) Peter Desnoyers <[email protected]> Richard T Wurth <[email protected]> Ron Rusnak <[email protected]> Ronnie Kon <[email protected]> [email protected] (Geoff Peck) Steinar Kj{rnsr|d <[email protected]> Thomas Brunner <[email protected]> Tom Limoncelli <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] (Alan Gilbertson) [email protected] [email protected] (John Wilson) [email protected] (Asit Trivedi) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Bob Olsen) [email protected] (Torsten Braun, Institute of Telematics, University of   Karlsruhe) [email protected] (Brian Smithson) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Chris A. Wilcox) [email protected] [email protected] (CHEDLEY_AOURIRI) [email protected] (Chip Rosenthal) [email protected] (C. Harald Koch) [email protected] (Chris Horne) [email protected] [email protected] (cjrivera) [email protected] (Clare Chu Ayala) [email protected] (Craig Hansen) [email protected] (Iqbal Husain) [email protected] (Christian Schneider) [email protected] (Charles Tarzian) [email protected] (Christopher Ward) [email protected] (Dirk Van Achter) [email protected] (Laurent Dairaine) [email protected] [email protected] (Donald H. Locker) [email protected] [email protected] (Dominique DUBOIS) [email protected] (David Wong) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Steve Elias) [email protected] [email protected] (Serge FDIDA) [email protected] (George Marshall) [email protected] (Grenville Armitage) [email protected] (Webb Roberts) [email protected] [email protected] (Herbert Almus) [email protected] [email protected] (Terrence W. Holm) [email protected] (James Flowers) [email protected] (James Watt) [email protected] (Jan B Larsen) [email protected] (Jose Diaz-Gonzalez) [email protected] (Karttunen Jari Juha) [email protected] (John Loiacono IV) [email protected] (Joe Smith) john stigall <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] (Rolf Hahn) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (Larry Pearlstein) [email protected] (Line Steinbakk) [email protected] (Albert Mak) malexand%[email protected] (Michael Alexander) [email protected] [email protected] (Athar Mian) [email protected] (Mike Curry) [email protected] (Matthew S Nelson) [email protected] [email protected] (Mark Reardon) [email protected] (Ola Holmberg) [email protected] [email protected] (Phil Pavarini Jr.) [email protected] (Paul Wilson(Toronto)) [email protected] (Ram Ramachandran) [email protected] (Bobby Krupczak) [email protected] (Roger D. Roles) [email protected] (Karen Reid) [email protected] [email protected] (Roger H. Brown) [email protected] (Richard Brehove) [email protected] (Richard H. Miller) [email protected] [email protected] (Juergen Roethig) [email protected] (Ronald H Davis +1 708 979 1720) [email protected] (Robert Teisberg) [email protected] (Dave Roberts) [email protected]iana.edu (Charles Dyer) [email protected]na.edu (Des Young) [email protected] (Jon Sadler) [email protected] sg04%[email protected] (Yechezkal Shimon Gutfreund) [email protected] (The Shaman) [email protected] (Scott Loftesness) [email protected] [email protected] (Steve Rogers) [email protected] stelios pavlides <[email protected]> [email protected] [email protected] (Don Proctor) [email protected] (Tetsu Takekoshi) [email protected] (Matt Thomas) [email protected] (Tim Moors) timo sinkkila <[email protected]> [email protected] (Thomas A. Maufer) [email protected] (Tom Albrecht) [email protected] (Tone Ingvaldsen) [email protected] (Bill Turner) [email protected]u.cc.tut.fi (Mika Uusitalo) [email protected] (Wiljo Heinen) [email protected] [email protected] (William E. Price) [email protected] (Ming - Yin 093527 ccC614) [email protected] (Yoram Rimoni) --  Allen Robel                         [email protected]  University Computing Services       [email protected]  Network Research & Planning         voice: (812)855-7171 Indiana University                  FAX:   (812)855-8299  From [email protected] Tue May  5 12:07:04 1992 Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:2291 news.groups:50334 comp.dcom.lans.fddi:296 comp.dcom.lans.misc:332 comp.multimedia:2345 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.dcom.lans.fddi,comp.dcom.lans.misc,comp.sys.cisco,comp.multimedia Path: uunet!bounce-back From: Allen Robel <[email protected]> Subject: RESULT:  comp.dcom.cell-relay passes 220: 11 Message-ID: <[email protected]> Followup-To: news.groups Sender: tale[email protected] (David C Lawrence) Organization: University Computing Services, Indiana University Date: Tue, 5 May 1992 15:54:55 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 268  Voting on the proposed creation of comp.dcom.cell-relay has   ended as of 5/1/92.     Voting Summary:     YES   NO                     ---   ---                     220   11  According to the Usenet criteria, both a 2/3 majority and 100 more yes votes   than no votes are required for group creation.  Using these criteria, this forum has passed and should be created.  I have inspected the votes to the best of my ability and found four duplicate   YES votes, which have been removed. No one changed their mind and switched   votes.  After the 5 day waiting period, barring serious objection,   comp.dcom.cell-relay should be newgrouped and appear at your site.  Many thanks to all who participated.  YES votes ---------  1 	"(Andre Wiesel)" <[email protected]> 2 	"Albert E. Schindler" <[email protected]> 3 	"Bill Bergman" <[email protected]> 4 	"Gary J. Minden" <[email protected]> 5 	"Gerard V. Talatinian"  <[email protected]> 6 	"Jack Holloway" <[email protected]> 7 	"Jacob Levanon - Network Applications/812 855-2598"   <[email protected]> 8	"Larry Hughes" <[email protected]> 9 	"Michael A. Pagels" <[email protected]> 10	"Olav Ingar Lien" <[email protected]> 11	(Albert Steiner) [email protected] 12	Adam Glass <[email protected]> 13	Amalendu Parasnis <[email protected]> 14	Andrew Schmidt <[email protected]> 15	Andy Lim <[email protected]> 16	Andy Malis <[email protected]> 17	Ashim Roy G'town x 5649 <[email protected]> 18	[email protected] 19	Barry (B.) Hagglund <[email protected]> 20	Bengt Larsson <[email protected]> 21	[email protected] 22	Bruce Orchard <[email protected]> 23	Carl Symborski <[email protected]> 24	Christophe Wolfhugel <[email protected]> 25	Christopher Johnson <[email protected]> 26	Claudia Jordan <[email protected]> 27	Clive Carter <[email protected]> 28	Craig Partridge <[email protected]> 29	Danny Padwa <[email protected]> 30	Derek McAuley <[email protected]> 31	[email protected] (Don Deal) 32	[email protected] 33	Evan Gamblin <[email protected]> 34	Geoffrey McKim <[email protected]> 35	George (G.D.) Stuart <[email protected]> 36	Greg Brewster <[email protected]> 37	[email protected] 38	Heinzmann Peter <[email protected]> 39	[email protected] 40	[email protected] 41	J Paul Holbrook <[email protected]> 42	JJ Lee <[email protected]> 43	[email protected] 44	Jerry Scharf <[email protected]> 45	Jim Frimmel <[email protected]> 46	[email protected] 47	Jon Dunn <[email protected]> 48	Jon Saunders <[email protected]> 49	Juan Martins <[email protected]> 50	Juha Heinanen <[email protected]> 51	Ken (K.G.) Hayward <[email protected]> 52	Ken (K.G.) Smith <[email protected]> 53	Khanh Ly <[email protected]> 54	[email protected] (Kjetil Otter Olsen) 55	Klaus Fosmark <[email protected]> 56	[email protected] 57	Lance Speelmon <[email protected]> 58	Lars Kristian Vognild <[email protected]> 59	Lup Houh Ng  <[email protected]> 60	MCV Subramaniam <[email protected]> 61	Maarten van Wijk <[email protected]> 62	Marc Gumbold <[email protected]> 63	Mark McCutcheon <[email protected]> 64	Martin Hunt <[email protected]> 65	Maxime Taksar <[email protected]> 66	Michael Unneb{ck <[email protected]> 67	[email protected] 68	Mike Goguen <[email protected]> 69	Noelan Olson <[email protected]> 70	[email protected] (Venemans P.H.A.) 71	Peter Desnoyers <[email protected]> 72	Richard T Wurth <[email protected]> 73	[email protected] (Rod Holland - Sun BOS Software) 74	Ron Rusnak <[email protected]> 75	Ronnie Kon <[email protected]> 76	[email protected] (Geoff Peck) 77	Sanderson_Don <[email protected]> 78	Stan Adams <[email protected]> 79	Steinar Kj{rnsr|d <[email protected]> 80	[email protected], Inc. <[email protected]> 81	Thomas Brunner <[email protected]> 82	Tom Limoncelli <[email protected]> 83	Tracy Mallory <[email protected]> 84	[email protected] 85	[email protected] (Alan Gilbertson) 86	[email protected] 87	[email protected] 88	[email protected] (John Wilson) 89	[email protected] (Asit Trivedi) 90	[email protected] (Arto Urataipale) 91	[email protected] 92	[email protected] (Bui Anh Jonathan Banh) 93	[email protected] 94	[email protected] 95	[email protected] (Bob Tykulsker) 96	[email protected] (Bob Olsen) 97	[email protected] (Torsten Braun, Institute of   Telematics, University of Karlsruhe) 98	[email protected] (Brian Smithson) 99	[email protected] (Joe Massery @fs000) 100	[email protected] 101	[email protected] 102	[email protected] (Chris A. Wilcox) 103	[email protected] 104	[email protected] (CHEDLEY_AOURIRI) 105	[email protected] (Chris Horne) 106	[email protected] (Tim Christensen) 107	[email protected] 108	[email protected] (cjrivera) 109	[email protected] (Clare Chu Ayala) 110	[email protected] (Craig Hansen) 111	[email protected] (Iqbal Husain) 112	[email protected] (Christian Schneider) 113	[email protected] (Charles Tarzian) 114	[email protected] (Dirk Van Achter) 115	[email protected] (Laurent Dairaine) 116	[email protected] 117	[email protected] (Donald H. Locker) 118	[email protected] 119	[email protected] (Dominique DUBOIS) 120	[email protected] (David Wong) 121	[email protected] 122	[email protected] 123	[email protected] (Steve Elias) 124	[email protected] 125	[email protected] (Serge FDIDA) 126	[email protected] (George Marshall) 127	[email protected] (Grenville Armitage) 128	[email protected] (k1io, FN42jk) 129	[email protected] (Jack Holloway) 130	[email protected] 131	[email protected] (Herbert Almus) 132	[email protected] 133	[email protected] (Terrence W. Holm) 134	[email protected] 135	[email protected] (James Flowers) 136	[email protected] (James Watt) 137	[email protected] (Jan B Larsen) 138	[email protected] (Jose Diaz-Gonzalez) 139	[email protected] (Chuck Jerian) 140	[email protected] (Karttunen Jari Juha) 141	[email protected] (Jon Kay) 142	[email protected] (John Loiacono IV) 143	[email protected] (Joe Smith) 144	john stigall <[email protected]> 145	[email protected] (John D. Cavanaugh) 146	[email protected] (prashant joshi) 147	[email protected] 148	[email protected] (Jingdong Ye) 149	[email protected] (Rolf Hahn) 150	[email protected] 151	[email protected] 152	[email protected] (Larry Pearlstein) 153	[email protected] 154	[email protected] (Kurt J. 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