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From [email protected] Fri Sep 24 18:01:06 1993
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From: [email protected] (Marc P. Oburg)
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Subject: RFD: comp.databases.paradox
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I have noticed an interest for this group, so I would like to make a
request for discussion.  comp.databases.paradox would cover:

1) Discussion, questions, answers, and hints for any Paradox for DOS
product.

2) Discussion, questions, answers, and hints for Paradox for Windows.

I am not sure if this group would need to be moderated.  I think we
should follow the example of the other comp.database groups.  The reason
I am requesting this, is that there are already groups for specific
database software (MS-Access, Clipper, etc.) but none yet for Paradox.
Since Paradox for Windows is still fairly new on the market, there are
many question to be asked about how it works, and dealing with some bugs
that may still exist.  I had originally intended the group for PDOXWIN
only, but I had requests to include Paradox for DOS as well.

So, lets discuss it!

thanks,
Marc

From [email protected] Thu Oct  7 10:32:51 1993
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From: [email protected] (Marc P. Oburg)
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This is a request for discussion for the creation of a newsgroup for the
discussion of Paradox for DOS and Paradox for Windows.

Proposed Name:
--------------
comp.databases.paradox

Status:
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Unmoderated

Charter:
--------
comp.databases.paradox will be dedicated to the discussion and support
of Paradox for DOS and Paradox for Windows.  It will be a group for
questions, answers, hints, and general discussion of the Paradox
databases.

Discussion:
-----------
Discussion of this group will take place on news.groups until October
23, 1993.

Rationale:
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There is currently no group specifically for the discussion of the
Paradox products.  There are groups for several other database products
that are also widely used.  Since Paradox for Windows is new and Borland
charges for there Tech Support, many people are turning to the generic
comp.databases group.  A more specific group would help minimize the
specific Paradox question from the general comp.databases group.

Vote:
-----
The vote will be taken by a neutral third party starting on or about
October 24, 1993 and will last until November 24, 1993.  No votes will
be accepted prior to the CFV.

From [email protected] Fri Nov  5 22:10:23 1993
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From: [email protected] (Ian Jackson)
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Subject: CFV: comp.databases.paradox
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                            CALL FOR VOTES
 	           comp.databases.paradox unmoderated

This is a Call for Votes regarding the proposed creation of an
unmoderated newsgroup comp.databases.paradox.

Votes must be received by 23:59 GMT on the 27th of November 1993.
Please see below for voting instructions and contact information.

CHARTER
=======

comp.databases.paradox	Borland's database for DOS & MS Windows.

comp.databases.paradox will be an unmoderated group dedicated to the
discussion and support of Borland's Paradox for DOS and Paradox for
Windows.  It shall be for technical support, help, hints, solutions,
questions, answers, and general discussion of the Paradox databases.


VOTING INSTRUCTIONS
===================

YOUR VOTE WILL BE COUNTED BY A PROGRAM.  Please use the template below and
follow the instructions exactly.  If you do not do so your ballot may not be
understood and would then be returned to you with your vote uncounted.

Send a mail message to [email protected], containing this in the body:
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    vote comp.databases.paradox       {yes/no/abstain}
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You will receive a personal acknowledgement by email.

You may only vote from one account.  If you vote from several accounts in an
attempt at fraud all your votes may be discounted and your name published.

Your vote must be received by 23:59:59GMT on November the 27th 1993.
There will be one further Call for Votes.

You can request a copy of this Call for Votes by sending;
    start-parsing paradox
    send-cfv
    end-parsing


CONTACT INFORMATION
===================

This vote is being handled by Ian Jackson as a neutral third party.  Please
direct all questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems to
[email protected]  NOTE! Please send your *vote* to [email protected]
                                                         ^^^^
Please direct all questions regarding the proposed new groups to the proposer,
Marc P. Oburg <[email protected]>.
-- 
Ian Jackson acting on behalf of the Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
vote taker for comp.databases.paradox
votes to [email protected]     correspondance to [email protected]

From [email protected] Tue Nov 16 16:43:02 1993
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From: [email protected] (Ian Jackson)
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                         FINAL CALL FOR VOTES
                   comp.databases.paradox unmoderated

This is the 2nd and final Call for Votes regarding the proposed
creation of an unmoderated newsgroup comp.databases.paradox.

Votes must be received by 23:59 GMT on the 27th of November 1993.
Please see below for voting instructions and contact information.

CHARTER
=======

comp.databases.paradox  Borland's database for DOS & MS Windows.

comp.databases.paradox will be an unmoderated group dedicated to the
discussion and support of Borland's Paradox for DOS and Paradox for
Windows.  It shall be for technical support, help, hints, solutions,
questions, answers, and general discussion of the Paradox databases.


VOTING INSTRUCTIONS
===================

YOUR VOTE WILL BE COUNTED BY A PROGRAM.  Please use the template below and
follow the instructions exactly.  If you do not do so your ballot may not be
understood and would then be returned to you with your vote uncounted.

Send a mail message to [email protected], containing this in the body:
    start-parsing paradox
    name  {put your name here, *after* `name' - but not your email address}
    vote comp.databases.paradox       {yes/no/abstain}
    end-parsing

PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
* Delete and replace the {...} parts completely.  You must remove the { }'s.
* Everything must be spelled correctly, including the newsgroup name.
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* Do not insert any blank lines or line breaks.
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You will receive a personal acknowledgement by email.

You may only vote from one account.  If you vote from several accounts in an
attempt at fraud all your votes may be discounted and your name published.

Your vote must be received by 23:59:59GMT on November the 27th 1993.

You can request a copy of this Call for Votes by sending;
    start-parsing paradox
    send-cfv
    end-parsing


CONTACT INFORMATION
===================

This vote is being handled by Ian Jackson as a neutral third party.  Please
direct all questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems to
[email protected]  NOTE! Please send your *vote* to [email protected]
                                                         ^^^^
Please direct all questions regarding the proposed new groups to the proposer,
Marc P. Oburg <[email protected]>.


BOUNCED ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
========================

Only one acknowledgement or negative acknowledgement has been found to
be undeliverable as of 12:30 GMT on Monday the 15th of November, that of:
  [email protected]  (Helge Gunnarsli)      PARADOX11091205527074

If
 * you are not Helge Gunnarlsi,
 * you have voted and your ballot should have reached me by 12:30 on the 15th
 * and you have not received an acknowledgement of your ballot,
it may have been lost and you should vote again.
-- 
Ian Jackson acting on behalf of the Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
vote taker for comp.databases.paradox
votes to [email protected]     correspondance to [email protected]

From [email protected] Tue Nov 30 18:58:54 1993
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From: [email protected] (Ian Jackson)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.databases.paradox passes 264:8
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                                 RESULT
                         comp.databases.paradox

This is the report of the result of the proposal to create an
unmoderated newsgroup comp.databases.paradox.

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 264    8 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.databases.paradox

273 valid ballots were received and counted, including one abstention.

Accordingly comp.databases.paradox will be created after the 5 day
waiting period, barring serious objections.


CHARTER
=======

comp.databases.paradox  Borland's database for DOS & MS Windows.

comp.databases.paradox will be an unmoderated group dedicated to the
discussion and support of Borland's Paradox for DOS and Paradox for
Windows.  It shall be for technical support, help, hints, solutions,
questions, answers, and general discussion of the Paradox databases.


CONTACT INFORMATION
===================

This vote is being handled by Ian Jackson as a neutral third party.  Please
direct all questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems to
[email protected]

Please direct all questions regarding the proposed new groups to the proposer,
Marc P. Oburg <[email protected]>.


LIST OF VOTERS
==============

The following votes were received and counted in the totals above:

YES votes
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[email protected] (Barrett L. McCormick)
[email protected] (Alistair Gunn)
[email protected] (Andre McCurdy)
[email protected]  (Aahz)
[email protected] (Hajo Passon)
[email protected] (Owen Abbott)
[email protected]  (Adam Miller)
[email protected] (Pascal Joyeux)
[email protected]  (Erich L. Markert)
[email protected]  (Greg Flint)
[email protected] (Michael K. Netzband)
[email protected] (Aidan Humphreys)
[email protected] (Michael Bein)
[email protected]  (Andy Leoncavallo)
[email protected]  (alex ginzeburger)
[email protected]  (Andrew M. Dunn)
[email protected] (a m tirone)
[email protected] (Anders Ekeland)
[email protected]  (Andrew Kemp)
[email protected] (Arve Larsen)
[email protected] (John Lewis)
[email protected] (Kenneth R. Ballou)
[email protected] (bclegg)
[email protected]  (Bob Hetzel)
[email protected] (Ben Fried)
[email protected] (Greg Bindon)
[email protected] (B.J. Herbison)
[email protected] (Uri Blackman)
[email protected]  (Philip Bohannon)
"borgil::m_frazier"@csc32.ENET.dec.com (Mike Frazier)
[email protected]  (Bryan Mohr)
[email protected]  (Charles Bueche)
[email protected] (Frank Burleigh)
[email protected] (roger caldwell)
[email protected]  (Cameron Hutchison)
[email protected] (Carey Klenetsky)
[email protected] (Jim Cornell)
[email protected] (Henk van de Kamer)
[email protected] (Chris Emerson)
[email protected] (Chua Hak Lien)
[email protected] (Kim Clark)
[email protected] (Bob Clements, K1BC)
[email protected]  (cherry marks)
[email protected] (Andy Furlow)
[email protected]  (Dick Collier)
[email protected] (Robert Cooper)
[email protected] (Allyn Dimock)
[email protected] (Chris Seaman)
[email protected] (Chris Fales)
[email protected] (Clyde Ulmer)
[email protected]  (Daniel S. Lewart)
[email protected]  (Dovie Adler)
[email protected]  (David M Weintraub)
ddavis@osiris.cso.uiuc.edu (Dave Davis)
dede@hp750.dibe.unige.it (G. Desoli)
dhachey@bcm.tmc.edu  (David L. Hachey)
djacobow@moose.uvm.edu (David Jacobowitz)
dlkiehl@afterlife.ncsc.mil (Dana Kiehl)
dmandell@saintmarys.edu (Dan Mandell)
dmurphy@cwa.COM  (Dan Murphy)
doherty@bhnrc.usda.gov (Robert F. Doherty)
don.wang@anu.edu.au  (Don Wang)
donc@spock.dis.cccd.edu (Don Cock)
donna@nightingale.rutgers.edu (Donna Whitlinger)
DREBLOW@vax.cns.muskingum.edu (Lewis M. Dreblow)
DRPETE02@ULKYVX.LOUISVILLE.EDU (Dean R. Peters)
duanem@tcsegp1.pen.tek.com (Duane Moore)
duerdjw@cresrs02.cuug.ab.ca  (John Duerden)
dwwx@cbnewsk.att.com (David Wood)
ebugnion@inf.ethz.ch (Edouard Bugnion)
edv@naucse.cse.nau.edu  (Ernie DeVries)
eijis@sco.COM (Eiji Suzuki)
ekim@informatik.unibw-muenchen.de (michael maechtel)
epp@mala.bc.ca (Lorne Epp)
erasmus@erasmus.uni-muenster.de (Andreas Rotterdam)
eroethke@empros.com  (Earl Roethke)
etoaj@hisoy.etn.ericsson.se  (Are Joergensen)
etobkkc@hisoy.etn.ericsson.se  (Bjoern Karlsen)
EVANS@CRDH.Concordia.CA (Stephen Evans)
felicity@otto.bf.rmit.OZ.AU  (Felicity Jones)
fhsmith@cs.clemson.edu (Francis H. Smith, Jr.)
field@cs.pitt.edu  (Brian Field)
franklig@GAS.uug.Arizona.EDU  (Greg Franklin)
fulmerjo@pulua.hcc.Hawaii.Edu (fulmer, john)
fyoung@gssec.bt.co.uk  (Fraser Young)
G0DAENIKEN@sgcl1.unisg.ch (Eric von Daeniken)
g9ujrf@fnma.COM  (Joel Friedman)
garytko@csulb.edu (Gary Ko)
gee_whiz@welchlink.welch.jhu.edu (Gilbert Gee)
ghoward@hawk.depaul.edu (Gentry Howard)
gildfind@mundil.cs.mu.OZ.AU  (Andrew Gildfind)
GOMES@amc.uva.nl (Paul Gomes)
gordy@ritz.mordor.com (Robert W. Gordy)
h5b192@ugrad.cs.ubc.ca (Michael Velez)
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Holger.Schween@isst.fhg.de   (Holger Schween)
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hursey@cd.columbus.oh.us  (James Hursey)
ianst@qdpii.ind.dpi.qld.gov.au  (Ian Staples)
isc@panix.com (David Koosis)
J.HEDEMANN@UMWELT.comlink.de  (Jan Hedemann)
jak@zombie.oulu.fi  (Jukka Karlstrom)
janssen@wins.uia.ac.be  (Janssens Pascal)
jcc@casbah.acns.nwu.edu  (Jeremy Caplan)
jdlail@MamaClaus.OPUP.ORG (Jack D. Lail)
jdm@sequent.com (Jeff Maurer)
jgorman@romulus.cray.com  (joe gorman)
jhughes@teleport.com  (John Hughes)
jim@mycroft.rand.org (Jim Gillogly)
jimb@comtch.iea.com  (Jim Blizard)
jjfink@skcla.monsanto.com  (Joel Finkle)
JKWIAT@sbu.edu (Joseph Kwiatkowski)
jlevin@access.digex.net (Jed Levin)
john@cutler.com (John E. Babbitt, Jr.)
johnd@labra2.alko.fi (John Denslow)
joshua_lerner@csufresno.edu  (Joshua C. Lerner)
jot@teak.cray.com  (J.Otto Tennant)
jprice@cob.ohio-state.edu (Jeffrey R. Price)
jqw6056@maroon.tc.umn.edu (James Whitney)
jwhassel@hellcat.ecn.uoknor.edu (John William Hassell)
kaczmare@faw.uni-ulm.de (Janusz Kaczmarek)
kann@ra.alcbel.be  (Kris Annaert)
khansen@tfs.psych.umn.edu  (Kevin Hansen)
kosman!kevin@relay.EU.net  (Kevin O'Gorman)
ksmith@borland.com  (Kevin A. Smith)
kubicki@acs.ucalgary.ca (Maciej Kubicki)
kvp@citadm.nov.su (Vassili Kopyl)
L15D@ZFN.uni-Bremen.de (Martin Schr"oder)
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LFPESAD@cms.mcc.ac.uk (Alistair Dunn)
LFPESAM@cms.mcc.ac.uk (Alison Macfarlane)
lmcgarry@metz.une.edu.au (Linda McGarry)
lonadar@judy.indstate.edu  (Victor E Aldridge III)
louised@bcm.tmc.edu  (Louise Deretchin)
lucas@CC.UManitoba.CA (Brian Lucas)
M.Jackson@unsw.edu.au (Matthew Jackson)
m8butler@vnet.IBM.COM (Mik Butler)
macchi@virgo.inrets.fr  (Gerard Macchi)
madhavn@wv.MENTORG.COM  (Madhav Nerurkar)
MARWK@Levels.UniSA.Edu.Au (Raymond Kennington)
matthew@am.dsir.govt.nz (Matthew Hobbs)
mbszkara@acs.ucalgary.ca (Maria Szkaradzinska)
mcclell@julian.uwo.ca (Charles McClellan)
mccon@erim.org  (Joe McConnell)
mcdonald@aries.scs.uiuc.edu  (J. D. McDonald)
MCEDER@wasa.shh.fi (Ceder Mats)
mddk@dimacs.rutgers.edu (Mark D. Kandl)
mdw@srs.gov  (Michael Wright)
mechenb@doc.physi.uni-heidelberg.de  (mechenbier)
memorex@cats.ucsc.edu (Mathew Eliot)
mfreed@cs.clemson.edu (Michele Freed)
mhaar@cymbal.aix.calpoly.edu (Malcolm Haar)
mhav@ra.alcbel.be  (Michel D'Have)
MHOLLAND%esoc.BITNET@vm.gmd.de (Mike Holland)
Mike.Long@analog.com (Mike Long)
mike@seb.se (Michael Evans)
mike@seward.ccsn.edu  (Michael W. Reith)
mikruutu@utu.fi (Mikail Ruutu)
milonet!dave@netcom.com  (Dave Gardner)
mlsst27+@pitt.edu (Monika Schwartz)
MMILES.R2D2@law.mail.cornell.edu  (Michael Miles)
mmowens@panix.com (Maggie Owens)
moburg@cs.clemson.edu (Marc P. Oburg)
molder@DNRMAI.DNR.WISC.GOV (Robert Moldenhauer)
morrow@CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU (Walter W. Morrow)
mossako@uni-muenster.de (martin mossakowski)
mpk@mace.cc.purdue.edu  (Mike Kelley)
mpni@jytko.jyu.fi (Mika Nieminen)
msm@mcinc.com (Michael McIntyre)
mspal@fuw.edu.pl (Michal Spalinski)
mta@info.isbiel.ch (Alfred Martin)
nav@deakin.edu.au (Wayne Anthony Gurry)
nkolluru@isc.umr.edu (Nookaiah V. Kolluru)
nussbm@DNRMAI.DNR.WISC.GOV (Mitchell Nussbaum)
nzsm@spis.equinox.gen.nz (Les Chapman)
oprsfnx@gsusgi2.gsu.edu (Stephen F. Nicholas)
pats@crl.com (Patrick Sullivan)
pckim@dbserver.etri.re.kr  (Pyung-Chul Kim)
perinat@vax.ox.ac.uk (Hazel Ashurst)
peter%nzcdc@lan.lincoln.cri.nz  (peter weekes)
plancks@ohsu.edu  (Steve Planck)
plastic@mundil.cs.mu.OZ.AU  (Jason Lee)
pollak@informatik.unibw-muenchen.de (Armin Pollak)
POTTINGER@CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU (Sandy Pottinger)
psrc@pegasus.att.com  (Paul S. R. Chisholm)
PWAGNER@UWSTOUT.EDU (Paul Wagner)
pwood@Comp.VUW.Ac.NZ (Peter Wood)
pyle@CS.ColoState.EDU  (Alexander Pyle)
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Michael Quinn)
quist@thing1.sim.es.com  (Douglas B. Quist)
r-mcdonald@nwu.edu  (Robert McDonald)
R.Batten@ex.ac.uk (Robin Batten)
radi@f110.n143.z1.FIDONET.ORG  (Radi Shourbaji)
rasavila@utu.fi (Rami Savila)
rcl@equalizer.cray.com  (Robert Larson)
rcw@csn.org (Robert C. White, Jr.)
renee@hobo.toppoint.de  (Renee Rober)
RHALL%terra@lbs.lon.ac.uk (Richard Hall)
rhanus@ldsa.com  (Rosemarie Hanus)
Rich=Filakousky%InfoServices%District@banyan.cccd.edu (Rich Filakousky)
rich@nitehawk.win.net  (Richard Hull)
richo@frdsa.utc.sk (Richard Vanek)
rick@bcm.tmc.edu (Richard Miller)
rieder@kirk.msoe.edu  (Mary Rieder)
rissahe1@news.ougf.fi  (Heikki Rissanen)
rod@plaza.ds.adp.com  (Rod Barnes)
rod@regnjfs.sbi.com  (Rod Hartley)
royg@netcom.com  (Roy H. Gordon)
rpedersn@umaxc.weeg.uiowa.edu (Bob Pedersen)
rtaylor@yagaman.convex.com  (Ron Taylor)
RU@DRYCAS.CLUB.CC.CMU.EDU (Rudolph Zung)
rwoodwar@datlog.co.uk (Roger Woodward)
ryan.bayne@canrem.com  (Ryan Bayne)
rzschmid@fsrz1.rz.uni-passau.de  (Guido Schmidt)
saj@dsi.bc.ca  (Susan Johnso)
Salazar@CCIT.Arizona.EDU  (Gilbert Salazar)
sarahg@netcom.com  (Sarah Gray)
satflykm@utu.fi (Satu Flyktman)
savinen@hkkk.fi (Teppo Savinen)
savoia@sw.stratus.com (Rick Savoia)
scd@atria.com  (Stephen C. Daukas)
schel005@maroon.tc.umn.edu (Karen Scheltema)
schlauri@alcatel.ch  (Remo Schlauri)
seanm@bwc.org (Sean Molloy)
shane@spr.com (Shane Hartman)
shi@irus.rri.uwo.ca (Shi Sherebrin)
shirai@ed.shizuoka.ac.jp (Yasuto Shirai)
SI9_HG08989@DEBET.NHH.NO  (Helge Gunnarsli)
smb2@psp.att.com (shailesh m bhobe)
smurp@tibalt.supernet.ab.ca (Shawn Murphy)
srevets@uniwa.uwa.edu.au (Stefan A. Revetsname)
sslagle@matt.ksu.ksu.edu  (Stacy Slagle)
st91gr58@dunx1.ocs.drexel.edu (Carl Leiby)
starling@cs.man.ac.uk (Roger Starling)
stephan@linus.uni-muenster.de (Stephan Michel)
stevens@sirius.scubed.com  (Jeffry L. Stevens)
sti@po.CWRU.Edu  (Stephen T. Ingalls)
sveinuho@ifi.uio.no (Sveinung Holstad)
T0FG@UNB.CA (William Burrow)
tan@cs.wisc.edu  (chong-kwan tan)
thomas@vinga.trillium.se  (Thomas Olsson)
THOMASG@maroon.tc.umn.edu (Thomas Gasser)
thorsten@radar.mk.open.de  (Thorsten Kitz)
TIM@SRC.SBS.utah.edu (Tim Ma)
Timo.Rinne@hut.fi (Timo J Rinne)
tjioe@sfsuvax1.sfsu.edu  (Jong Tjioe)
todd@dino.qci.bioch.bcm.tmc.edu (Wm. Todd Smith)
tomas@u30003.rsv.svskt.se (Tomas Ruden)
vaaranie@cc.helsinki.fi (Sami Vaaraniemi)
veronika@Octalogic.SE  (Veronika Berglund)
vicki@ecs.educ.ubc.ca (Vicki L. Domansky)
vix@spis.equinox.gen.nz (Vicki Hyde)
WALKERK@ssvax1.ssd.loral.com (Kent Walker)
weissj@psd.gs.com  (Jeffrey Weiss)
williams@mosaic.uncc.edu  (Dewey R. Williams)
willy@pgsgent.be  (Willy Doolaege)
WOLF@CUA.EDU (Leah R. Wolf)
woyna@eid.anl.gov  (mark a woyna)
XMAC88@MACCVM.CORP.MOT.COM (David Dulfer)
yadallee@galcon.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca  (Dave Yadallee)

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arnstb@cuugnet.cuug.ab.ca  (Bradley Arnst)
dcameron@gssec.bt.co.uk  (David Cameron)
fsspr@camelot.acf-lab.alaska.edu (Sean P. Ryan)
jrm@globalvillag.com  (John MacWilliamson)
julian@bongo.tele.com  (Julian Macassey)
revu@midway.uchicago.edu (Sendhil Revuluri)
smarry@io.org  (Smarasderagd Draco)
srogers@tad.eds.com  (Steve Rogers)

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mmt@RedBrick.COM (Maxime Taksar)

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