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From [email protected] Tue Dec 14 14:20:30 1993
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From: [email protected] (Roy Smith)
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Subject: RFD: comp.binaries.newton moderated
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It is proposed that a new newsgroup be created for posting Newton software.
What follows is a formal Request For Discussion.


Name of proposed new group
--------------------------
comp.binaries.newton


Status
------
moderated


Proposed moderator
------------------
[email protected] (Roy Smith)


History
-------
A small group of folks from comp.sys.newton.misc have been pre-discussing
this for a short time by email.  The intent wasn't to shut anybody out of
the process, it just seemed easier to manage.  This RFD is largely similar
to, but somewhat different from, an earlier draft circulated via email to
that group.


Charter
-------
Comp.binaries.newton is to be used for posting Newton software, both
runnable applications and source code.  Free software, shareware, and
demoware are all suitable (by demoware, I mean demo versions of commercial
applications which are artificially limited in functionality in some way).
Software might include applications, Newton Books, databases, or other
Newton-related non-textual material which, in the opinion of the moderator,
is of general interest to the Newton community.  This will not include
product announcements or items of a strictly promotional nature, but it
might include upgrades, patches, and the like.  The moderator will also
maintain ftp and gopher archives of all c.b.n postings.

The moderator will not pass judgement on the quality or usefulness of the
software.

By submitting an item for posting on comp.binaries.newton, the submitter
agrees to allow the item to be freely redistributed, including being placed
in an archive with unrestricted access, and which may very well be mirrored
on other archives beyond the control of the moderator.

Final details of the posting format have not yet been worked out, but a
clear and essential aim is to have a format which is equally useful to both
Mac/Newton and Windows/Newton users.  The current suggestion is to use
binhexed Package files for applications (there seems to be fairly good
agreement on this) and binhexed StuffIt 1.5.1 archives for source projects
(there is less firm agreement on this, pending figuring out just how useful
a format this will be for Windows-based Newton Toolkit developers).  There
are supposedly existing tools for handling binhex and StuffIt formats on a
Windows platform.

If future developments make it apparent that a change in posting format will
enable the postings to be useful to a wider audience, or more useful to the
same audience, the moderator may change the format.


Additional Information
----------------------
The Newton, at least in its current stage of development, requires the use
of either a Macintosh or a Windows PC to develop and/or download software,
and the comp.binaires.newton audience will span both communities.  The
proposed moderator lacks Windows experience, and is grateful that Matthew S
Krawitz, [email protected], has volunteered his assistance, in
this area.

The Hippocrates Project of NYU Medical Center (the proposed moderator's
employer) has a serious professional interest in Newton and is committed to
the effort and hardware resources necessary to ensure a well run and stable
newsgroup and archive.  I.e. this isn't just a project being done on the
side, while the boss isn't watching. :-)


Discussion
----------
Discussion ofthis proposed group will take place on news.groups starting at
the time of this posting and lasting until about January 15, 1994.


Vote
----
Assuming a productive result of the discussion period, a Call For Votes
will be conducted by neutral third parties in January.  No votes will be
accepted prior to the official CFV.  Ron Dippold ([email protected]>
will be in charge of running the vote.


Crossposting
------------
news.announce.newgroups
news.groups
comp.sys.newton.programmer
comp.sys.newton.misc
comp.sys.mac.misc
comp.sys.ibm.pc.misc
comp.sys.pen
-- 
Roy Smith <[email protected]>
Hippocrates Project, Department of Microbiology, Coles 202
NYU School of Medicine, 550 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
"This never happened to Bart Simpson."

From [email protected] Sat Jan 22 17:58:09 1994
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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                      1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                 Moderated group comp.binaries.newton
 
Newsgroups line:
comp.binaries.newton	Binaries, sources, books, etc. (Moderated)

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 12 Feb 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Roy Smith 
<[email protected]>.


MODERATION INFO
---------------

The moderator will be Roy Smith, [email protected]

The moderator will not pass judgement on the quality or usefulness of the
software.  By submitting an item for posting on comp.binaries.newton, the
submitter agrees to allow the item to be freely redistributed, including
being placed in an archive with unrestricted access, and which may very well
be mirrored on other archives beyond the control of the moderator.

Posting format will be up to the discretion of the moderator.  Current
plans are to use binhex and/or Stuffit 1.5.1 format archives.


CHARTER
-------

Comp.binaries.newton is to be used for posting Newton software, both
runnable applications and source code.  Free software, shareware, and
demoware are all suitable (by demoware, I mean demo versions of commercial
applications which are artificially limited in functionality in some way).
Software might include applications, Newton Books, or other Newton-related
non-textual material which, in the opinion of the moderator, is of general
interest to the Newton community.  This will not include product
announcements or items of a strictly promotional nature, but it might
include upgrades, patches, and the like.  The moderator will also maintain
ftp and gopher archives of all c.b.n postings.


HOW TO VOTE
-----------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

Just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming you are
reading this using standard newsreader software.  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.binaries.newton
      I vote NO on comp.binaries.newton
      I ABSTAIN on comp.binaries.newton
      I CANCEL my vote on comp.binaries.newton

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
comp.binaries.newton will count as a vote.

Neither ABSTAIN nor CANCEL messages are counted as votes; they serve
only to cancel any previous vote.  Abstentions are noted in the final
vote list, whereas CANCEL removes your vote from that list entirely.
(This is the only difference between the two.)

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  It is your
responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  If you attempt multiple votes or 
other vote fraud, all your votes may be canceled and your name published.


RESULT
------

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

There will then be a five-day period during which the published vote
list may be corrected and any irregularities addressed.  The 
requirements for group creation are 100 more YES votes than NO votes,
and 2/3 of all counted votes being YES. 
-- 
Mark James  <[email protected]> 
Dialogic Corporation, 300 Littleton Road    | "Wherever people feel free to
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.                 |  smoke, I feel free to fart."
+1 201 334 1268 ext 438  Fax +1 201 334 1257|  -- J-M DuFerre, chef, 1891

From [email protected] Fri Feb  4 16:18:06 1994
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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                      2nd CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                 Moderated group comp.binaries.newton
 
Newsgroups line:
comp.binaries.newton	Binaries, sources, books, etc. (Moderated)

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 12 Feb 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Roy Smith 
<[email protected]>.


MODERATION INFO
---------------

The moderator will be Roy Smith, [email protected]

The moderator will not pass judgement on the quality or usefulness of the
software.  By submitting an item for posting on comp.binaries.newton, the
submitter agrees to allow the item to be freely redistributed, including
being placed in an archive with unrestricted access, and which may very well
be mirrored on other archives beyond the control of the moderator.

Posting format will be up to the discretion of the moderator.  Current
plans are to use binhex and/or Stuffit 1.5.1 format archives.


CHARTER
-------

Comp.binaries.newton is to be used for posting Newton software, both
runnable applications and source code.  Free software, shareware, and
demoware are all suitable (by demoware, I mean demo versions of commercial
applications which are artificially limited in functionality in some way).
Software might include applications, Newton Books, or other Newton-related
non-textual material which, in the opinion of the moderator, is of general
interest to the Newton community.  This will not include product
announcements or items of a strictly promotional nature, but it might
include upgrades, patches, and the like.  The moderator will also maintain
ftp and gopher archives of all c.b.n postings.


HOW TO VOTE
-----------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

Just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming you are
reading this using standard newsreader software.  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.binaries.newton
      I vote NO on comp.binaries.newton
      I ABSTAIN on comp.binaries.newton
      I CANCEL my vote on comp.binaries.newton

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
comp.binaries.newton will count as a vote.

Neither ABSTAIN nor CANCEL messages are counted as votes; they serve
only to cancel any previous vote.  Abstentions are noted in the final
vote list, whereas CANCEL removes your vote from that list entirely.
(This is the only difference between the two.)

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  It is your
responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  If you attempt multiple votes or 
other vote fraud, all your votes may be canceled and your name published.


RESULT
------

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

There will then be a five-day period during which the published vote
list may be corrected and any irregularities addressed.  The 
requirements for group creation are 100 more YES votes than NO votes,
and 2/3 of all counted votes being YES. 


BOUNCED VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
----------------------------

Vote acknowledgment messages to the following addresses have bounced.
(The votes have been counted.)

[email protected]
[email protected] (D. J. Hacker)
[email protected] (Steven Moriarity)
[email protected] (Guido Hoss)
[email protected] (John Sinteur)
[email protected] (Walter Bischofberger)
Reston,[email protected] (Mike Leavitt)
-- 
Mark James  <[email protected]> 
Dialogic Corporation, 300 Littleton Road    | "Wherever people feel free to
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.                 |  smoke, I feel free to fart."
+1 201 334 1268 ext 438  Fax +1 201 334 1257|  -- J-M DuFerre, chef, 1891

From [email protected] Tue Feb 15 18:36:13 1994
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.binaries.newton moderated passes 310:18
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                               VOTE RESULT

                   Moderated group comp.binaries.newton


Voting closed on 12 February at 23:59:59 GMT.  The results are:


 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 310   18 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.binaries.newton


This margin is adequate for newgroup creation.  There will now be a
five-day period during which corrections to the vote count may be
made.  Barring serious controversy about the vote, the group will 
be created shortly thereafter.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  

Vote-taker: 		Mark James <[email protected]>
Group proponent: 	Roy Smith <[email protected]>

Newsgroups line:
comp.binaries.newton	Binaries, sources, books, etc. (Moderated)


MODERATION INFO
---------------

The moderator will be Roy Smith, [email protected]

The moderator will not pass judgement on the quality or usefulness of the
software.  By submitting an item for posting on comp.binaries.newton, the
submitter agrees to allow the item to be freely redistributed, including
being placed in an archive with unrestricted access, and which may very well
be mirrored on other archives beyond the control of the moderator.

Posting format will be up to the discretion of the moderator.  Current
plans are to use binhex and/or Stuffit 1.5.1 format archives.


CHARTER (as printed in the Call for Votes)
-------

Comp.binaries.newton is to be used for posting Newton software, both
runnable applications and source code.  Free software, shareware, and
demoware are all suitable (by demoware, I mean demo versions of commercial
applications which are artificially limited in functionality in some way).
Software might include applications, Newton Books, or other Newton-related
non-textual material which, in the opinion of the moderator, is of general
interest to the Newton community.  This will not include product
announcements or items of a strictly promotional nature, but it might
include upgrades, patches, and the like.  The moderator will also maintain
ftp and gopher archives of all c.b.n postings.


VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-------------------

These lists are sorted in alphabetical order by login name, as taken
>from the "From:" line.  Note that certain UUCP addresses are mangled 
somewhat in order to sort nicely.


YES votes were received from the following people:

[email protected] (Dave Lacey)
[email protected] (Alfred Lorber) 
[email protected] (A.C. Polit) 
[email protected] (Steven Meece) 
[email protected] (Alan Glover) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Alexander Forst) 
[email protected] (ANAPRA Computer Consultants) 
[email protected] (Andy Latto)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Stefan Arentz) 
[email protected] (Jason Asbahr)
[email protected] (Asif Taiyabi) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (MacGyver)
[email protected] (Andy Young)
[email protected] (Bart Calder) 
[email protected] (Walter Bischofberger) 
[email protected] (B.J. Herbison)
[email protected] (_MullMan_) 
[email protected] (Robert Lawton)
[email protected] (Barbara Matthews) 
[email protected] (BRAD MCCARTY) 
[email protected] (Bob Cunningham)
[email protected] (David Bogartz) 
[email protected] (David A. Boulton) 
[email protected] (Jeff Brace) 
[email protected] (Brad HUGHES)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Bruce Barr)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Bill Cooper) 
[email protected] (Carl Higashionna) 
[email protected] (Carsten Klapp)
[email protected] (Chad Blomquist)
[email protected] (Huw Davies)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (LAA) 
[email protected] (christopher williams)
[email protected] (Chris Hanson) 
[email protected] (Dave Charlesworth)
[email protected] (Chris Christensen) 
[email protected] (Kimberly Churchwell)
[email protected] (Daniel C. Clark) 
[email protected] (Collin Forbes) 
[email protected] (Conor O'Neill)
[email protected] 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Dean Cookson)
[email protected] (Craig Richmond) 
[email protected] (Craig Kloeden) 
crutch@sartre.ads.com (Ol' Doc Widget)
Curt.Harpold@East.Sun.COM (Curt Harpold-Sun-Vienna VA-Systems Engineer) 
daniel@qdeck.com (Daniel Aharonoff)
Daryl_Spitzer@mindlink.bc.ca (Daryl Spitzer) 
davec@eskimo.com (David M. Cotter) 
daver@cs.iastate.edu (Dave Royer)
david-bourne@uokhsc.edu (David Bourne) 
David_K._Ferguson@onenet-bbs.org (David K. Ferguson) 
dbeavers@research.ksc.nasa.gov (Dan Beavers) 
dboothro@nyx10.cs.du.edu (David Boothroyd) 
ddunham@radiomail.net (David Dunham)
ded2530@atc.boeing.com (Dale Dey)
dfm@dcs.ed.ac.uk 
dgm@cs.sfu.ca (Dennis Michaelson)
dgoldst%somasf.unm.edu@triton.unm.edu (Dave Goldstein) 
Dirk.Husemann@informatik.uni-erlangen.de (Dirk Husemann)
django@ccs.neu.edu (Robert Leslie)
djhacker@cs.nyu.edu (D. J. Hacker)
dlosen@shell.portal.com (David - Losen)
dlthom@netcom.com (David L Thompson) 
dogcow@ccs.neu.edu (Tom 'moof' Spindler)
don@newton.apple.com (Don Schneider) 
donp@hood.uofport.edu (Donald Park) 
doug@se.com (Doug Swallow)
dram@netcom.com (David R. Ramirez) 
drayer@minerva.cis.yale.edu (Rebecca Drayer) 
drew@lethe.gts.org (Drew Sullivan) 
dwd@genrad.com (Derek W. Dongray) 
ebido@bio.vu.nl (Etienne Bido)
ed@joker.fdn.org (Erik Dasque) 
elliston@osf.org 
Eric.W.Tiffany@williams.edu (Eric W. Tiffany)
erica@cc.gatech.edu (Erica Liebman Sadun) 
farber@linc.cis.upenn.edu (David Farber)
fedor@manana.enet.dec.com (Dave Fedor 24-Jan-1994 1047)
fisk@cvdv99.mayo.edu (Tom Fisk | 2D-337 STM | 5-4341)
forbes@ihlpf.att.com 
frank@internode.com.au (Frank Falco)
freeman-eric@CS.YALE.EDU (Eric Freeman) 
friedman@netcom.com (Greg Friedman) 
FSCHMITT@VM1.ulaval.ca (FRANCK SCHMITT) 
galcik@oasys.dt.navy.mil (Greg Galcik) 
galtons@eclipse.sheridanc.on.ca (Starfleet Command) 
garrettv@apple.com (Van Garrett) 
garylang@netcom.com (Gary Lang) 
ggw@acpub.duke.edu (G. Wolfe Woodbury) 
gjrl@wimsey.com (Greg Lypowy) 
gkm@pos.com (Gavin K Maxwell) 
gottlb@rpi.edu (Ben Gottlieb)
graham@cs.man.ac.uk (Graham Gough)
GREENY@srp.wiu.bgu.edu (Greeny)
gs@statlab.uni-heidelberg.de (G. Sawitzki) 
hall@mv.us.adobe.com (Ed Hall) 
harp@netcom.com (Gregory O. Harp) 
harris@grizzly.nrl.navy.mil (Kevin Harris)
hashem@netcom.com (Basil Hashem) 
hcs@yoruba.slip.cs.cmu.edu (Henry C. Schmitt)
heilmayr@math.berkeley.edu (Stephan Heilmayr) 
helmy@bnr.ca (dia-edin (d.e.) helmy)
heroii@aol.com 
hipoyhon@cc.helsinki.fi (Harri I Poyhonen)
hoford@magnol.image.chop.edu (John Hoford) 
honce@sewp.nasa.gov (Jhon Honce) 
hoss@bernina.ethz.ch (Guido Hoss)
howajoh@elof.acc.iit.edu (John Howard)
howie@clark.net (Howard Michalski) 
hundledm@ucunix.san.uc.EDU (David M. Hundley II)
ian@monty.demon.co.uk (Ian Piper)
ian@stormont.demon.co.uk (Ian Robinson) 
iceburg@cellar.org 
j@MBnet.MB.CA (J. Waschuk)
jason@writer.yorku.ca 
jcscott@world.std.com (John C Scott) 
jdunning@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (John Alan Dunning)
jebg9667@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu (Johann E. Beda)
jeff@sco.COM 
jeff@ursa-major.spdcc.com (Jeff Fabijanic) 
jeremy@suite.sw.oz.au (Jeremy Fitzhardinge) 
jerryg@netcom.com (Jerry Goldstein) 
jester@apple.com (Jesse Devine) 
jet@eskimo.com (James Thiele) 
jgregoire@citi.doc.ca (Jean Gregoire) 
jhbauer@panix.com (Jonathan Bauer) 
jimb@rcx1.ssd.csd.harris.com (Jim Burmeister) 
jimp@cognos.COM (Jim Patterson) 
JLARSEN@che1.che.umn.edu (Jay Larsen)
jlh@netcom.com (Jeff Holcomb) 
jmd1240@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu 
joel@math.toronto.edu (Joel Chan)
John.F.Mansfield@umich.edu (John F. Mansfield) 
johnny@unlisys.in-berlin.de (Johnny Haeusler) 
John_Covele@smtp.esl.com (John Covele) 
jokim@eis.calstate.edu (Joon Y. Kim)
JONATHAN@UNCVX1.OIT.UNC.EDU 
jonathon@jonathon.uunet (Jonathon Doig)
jonki@microsoft.com (Jon Kimmich)
jordan@tanagra.pnl.gov (Randy Jordan) 
jph19@columbia.edu (Josh P Hendrix)
jrufinus@students.wisc.edu 
jsam@heruka.cs.adelaide.edu.au (Sam Bushell)
jwbaxter@olympus.net (John W. Baxter) 
kcary@pepperdine.edu (Kim Cary - Instructional Technologist) 
kchan@mundil.cs.mu.OZ.AU (Kevin CHAN) 
Ken.Hauck@Corp.Sun.COM (Ken Hauck) 
kent@cs.ualberta.ca (Kent McPhee) 
kentborg@world.std.com (Kent Borg) 
kfh@cbnewsf.att.com 
khoub-s@cedar.buffalo.edu (Siamak Khoubyari)
kluivers@knoware.nl (Ruud Kluivers) 
Knee@pyxis.pharos-tech.com (Jeff Knee) 
koch@capsogeti.fr (Kai-Hoger Koch)
krader@sequent.com (Kurtis D. Rader)
kzl@morgan.com (Adrian Kunzle) 
L.Slack@cornell.edu (Larry Slack) 
Laurent.Buniet@loria.fr (Laurent Buniet)
laurent@planon.qc.ca (Laurent Daudelin) 
lawrence@snoopy.tdr.tas.gov.au (Lawrence Howson)
lawson@zeus.fasttax.com (Chuck Lawson) 
loch@autodesk.com (Eugene Loch) 
lonadar@judy.indstate.edu (Lonadar the Wanderer) 
lwm@vuse.vanderbilt.edu (Lloyd W. Massengill) 
LYLE@Camosun.BC.CA (Ross Lyle)
macia@brutus.navsses.navy.mil (Harland Macia) 
magnusr@cogs.susx.ac.uk (Magnus Ramage) 
mane@simplework.octagon.de (Mane Wuehr)
manzoor@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu (Manzoorul Hassan)
map@ct.picker.com (Michael A. Peterson) 
Mark=Raidt%Data%SDE@Phoenix.osrhe.edu 
martinp@France.Sun.COM (Martin Patterson - SunConnect ICNC) 
Matthew.Barritt@umich.edu (Matthew Barritt)
matty@cs.su.oz.au (James Matthew Farrow) 
matwood@peruvian.cs.utah.edu (Mark Atwood) 
mau@sun1.ema.com!aix3 (Mark Underwood) 
mbg@MIT.EDU 
mcb@remarque.berkeley.edu (Michael C. Berch) 
mcoleman@telerama.lm.com 
mfuortes@med.cornell.edu (Michele Fuortes) 
Michael.Qvortrup@zh014.ubs.ubs.ch 
mick@chel.demon.co.uk (Mick Dundon)
Mike.Kubicar@Eng.Sun.COM (Mike Kubicar) 
mike@wv.MENTORG.COM (Mike Walsh) 
mikek@netcom.com (Michael L. Koszykowski) 
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