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OpenGL 3D ( comp.graphics.opengl )
 
From [email protected] Wed Jul  8 15:16:06 1992
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From: [email protected] (Buffalo Bill Glazier)
Subject: RFD: comp.graphics.opengl
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1992 17:51:54 GMT
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This is a Request For Discussion (RFD) concerning the creation of a new
newsgroup, comp.graphics.opengl.  This newsgroup will be unmoderated.
 
With the licensing of OpenGL to the computer industry and the formal
release of the OpenGL 1.0 specification and sample implementation, it is
appropriate to establish a newsgroup devoted to the discussion and analysis
of this 3D application programming interface.  

There is currently a good deal of discussion regarding the Graphics
Library, typically spread out among very general groups (comp.graphics),
vendor specific groups (comp.sys.sgi) and groups dedicated to discussing
other 3D technologies (comp.windows.x.pex).  A single forum for the
discussion of the technical and business issues related to this emerging 3D
industry standard is needed.    

Proposed Charter

comp.graphics.opengl will be a newsgroup for technical and business issues
surrounding the OpenGL API will be discussed.  The following is non
exhaustive list of the possible topics:

1) OpenGL API - Technical questions related to the OpenGL API and the 1.0
specification.  Discussion and analysis of the OpenGL Utility Library and
Conformance Test.  Comparison of OpenGL with earlier versions of the GL.
 Comments and suggestions for new features and modifications to OpenGL.

2) Vendor Product Plans - 20 PC and workstation companies have licensed
OpenGL.  Discussion of the product strategies and plans of the licensees.

3)  OpenGL Programming -  Discussions concerning programming tips and
techniques for software developers using the OpenGL for the first time, or
experienced developers porting to OpenGL from prior versions of the GL.
 

4)  OpenGL Window System Integration Issues - Technical explanations of the
integration of OpenGL into different window systems such as X Window and
Windows NT.  

5)   Technical and Market Comparison versus Alternative Graphics API's -
OpenGL versus PHIGS, PEXlib, GKS, Dore, Renderman, HOOPS.........

This newsgroup is designed to be multivendor in nature.

All replies should be directed to new.groups.

After the appropriate period of comment, I will proceed to a Call For Votes
(CFV).  

I look forward to your comments and suggestions.
-- 
Bill Glazier     [email protected]
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
The OpenGL Witch Doctor
415-390-1617

From [email protected] Mon Aug 31 21:21:03 1992
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From: [email protected] (Buffalo Bill Glazier)
Subject: CFV: comp.graphics.opengl
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
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GROUP:	comp.graphics.opengl

STATUS: Unmoderated

CHARTER:  This is the initial Call For Votes (CFV) on the proposed new
newsgroup comp.graphics.opengl. 

comp.graphics.opengl will allow for discussion regarding technical
and marketing issues surrounding the OpenGL 3D application programming
interface and its emergence as a multiplatform graphics standard for
distributed three dimensional graphics. 

Currently a great deal of net discussion takes place about OpenGL,
unfortunately spread out among either newsgroups which are too
general, vendor specific newsgroups, or newsgroups dedicated to
competing API's or graphics protocols.

A dedicated newsgroup will allow for:

1) Technical discussion of the OpenGL API, OpenGL Utility Library,
and GL/X Wire protocol:  Comparison versus prior releases
of the GL.  Input concerning desired enhancements or new features.
 
Programming issues and techniques.  Analysis of implementations
in different environments (Windows NT, Macintosh OS, Unix..).  Porting
to OpenGL.  

2) Marketing and Business Issues Analysis: Product plans of OpenGL
licensees.

Comparison versus other 2D and 3D graphics API's. Performance benchmarks
and competitive analysis.  

VOTING INSTRUCTIONS:


The voting period for this CFV is as follows:

    Start:  Tuesday,  September 1, 1992,  0000 GMT
    End:    Tuesday,  September 22, 1992, 0700 PST

In order to be counted, a vote must be **received** during the voting
period.

To vote, send electronic mail to:

If you wish to vote YES for comp.graphics.opengl
   - Send a message containing the words "Yes: comp.graphics.opengl"
to [email protected]

If you wish to vote NO for comp.graphics.opengl
   - Send a message containing the words "No: comp.graphics.opengl"
to [email protected]


DO NOT POST YOUR VOTE!  POSTED VOTES WILL NOT BE COUNTED!!
Do not send your vote directly back to me! It will not be counted!
All further discussion regarding this should be posted to news.groups.


RESULTS:

Shortly after the completion of the voting period, the vote tally and the
E-mail addresses and names of the voters will be posted on
comp.graphics, comp.sys.sgi, comp.windows.x.pex, news.announce.newgroups,
and news.groups.  The tally will include a detailed listing of how
each person voted so that the results can be verified.  After 
the voting results appear there will be a 5 day
waiting period during which readers will have a chance to correct any
errors in the voting lists or the voting procedure.
-- 
Bill Glazier                            415-390-1617
[email protected]
Graphics Technology Licensing
Silicon Graphics, Inc.


From [email protected] Wed Sep  9 20:33:30 1992
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From: [email protected] (Buffalo Bill Glazier)
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.graphics.opengl
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: asd.sgi.com
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 1992 21:42:21 GMT
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(Please note this is a second posting of the CFV for comp.graphics.opengl,
originally posted 9/1/92.  For those who have already responded there is no
need to respond or vote a second time)

GROUP:	comp.graphics.opengl

STATUS: Unmoderated

CHARTER:  This is the initial Call For Votes (CFV) on the proposed new
newsgroup comp.graphics.opengl. 

comp.graphics.opengl will allow for discussion regarding technical and
marketing issues surrounding the OpenGL 3D application programming
interface and its emergence as a multiplatform graphics standard for
distributed three dimensional graphics.

Currently a great deal of net discussion takes place about OpenGL,
unfortunately spread out among either newsgroups which are too
general, vendor specific newsgroups, or newsgroups dedicated to
competing API's or graphics protocols.

A dedicated newsgroup will allow for:

1) Technical discussion of the OpenGL API, OpenGL Utility Library,
and GL/X Wire protocol:  Comparison versus prior releases
of the GL.  Input concerning desired enhancements or new features.
 
Programming issues and techniques.  Analysis of implementations
in different environments (Windows NT, Macintosh OS, Unix..).  Porting
to OpenGL.  

2) Marketing and Business Issues Analysis: Product plans of OpenGL
licensees.

Comparison versus other 2D and 3D graphics API's. Performance benchmarks
and competitive analysis.  

VOTING INSTRUCTIONS:


The voting period for this CFV is as follows:

    Start:  Tuesday,  September 1, 1992,  0700 PST 
    End:    Tuesday,  September 22, 1992, 0700 PST 

In order to be counted, a vote must be **received** during the voting
period.

To vote, send electronic mail to:

If you wish to vote YES for comp.graphics.opengl
   - Send a message containing the words "Yes: comp.graphics.opengl"
to [email protected]

If you wish to vote NO for comp.graphics.opengl
   - Send a message containing the words "No: comp.graphics.opengl"
to [email protected]


DO NOT POST YOUR VOTE!  POSTED VOTES WILL NOT BE COUNTED!!
Do not send your vote directly back to me! It will not be counted!
All further discussion regarding this should be posted to news.groups.


RESULTS:

Shortly after the completion of the voting period, the vote tally and
the E-mail addresses and names of the voters will be posted on
comp.graphics, comp.sys.sgi, comp.windows.x.pex,
news.announce.newgroups, and news.groups.  The tally will include a
detailed listing of how each person voted so that the results can be
verified.  After the voting results appear there will be a 5 day
waiting period during which readers will have a chance to correct any
errors in the voting lists or the voting procedure.
-- 
Bill Glazier
[email protected]
Graphics Technology Licensing
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
415-390-1617

From [email protected] Thu Sep 24 18:20:47 1992
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From: [email protected] (Buffalo Bill Glazier)
Subject: RESULT: comp.graphics.opengl passes 299:62
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Organization: Silicon Graphics
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The proposed new newsgroup comp.graphics.opengl has passed, by a margin of
299-62.  Voting ended 9/22.  361 valid votes were cast.  82.9% of all votes
were in favor of establishment of the new group.  A plurality of 237 votes
in favor of the group was established.

Under the Guidelines for USENET new newsgroup creation, this group has
passed by the necessary margin.  There is now a five-day waiting period
for verification of the vote; if no major objections to the vote are
raised during that time, a newgroup creation message will be sent.

CHARTER: 

comp.graphics.opengl will allow for discussion regarding technical
and marketing issues surrounding the OpenGL 3D application programming
interface and its emergence as a multiplatform graphics standard for
distributed three dimensional graphics. 

Currently a great deal of net discussion takes place about OpenGL,
unfortunately spread out among either newsgroups which are too
general, vendor specific newsgroups, or newsgroups dedicated to
competing API's or graphics protocols.

A dedicated newsgroup will allow for:

1) Technical discussion of the OpenGL API, OpenGL Utility Library,
and GL/X Wire protocol:  Comparison versus prior releases
of the GL.  Input concerning desired enhancements or new features.
 
Programming issues and techniques.  Analysis of implementations
in different environments (Windows NT, Macintosh OS, Unix..).  Porting
to OpenGL.  

2) Marketing and Business Issues Analysis: Product plans of OpenGL
licensees.

Comparison versus other 2D and 3D graphics API's. Performance benchmarks
and competitive analysis.  


Valid YES votes:

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[email protected]          Allan Goulding
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[email protected]                 Alain Dumesny
[email protected]                      Alex Burnham - AutoCAD QA
[email protected]                       Allen "moriturus te saluto" Leibowitz
[email protected]              Jeff Allston
[email protected]                          Alan Amaral
[email protected]                      GOETTSCH,AMMO
[email protected]            Andras Salamon
[email protected]                  [email protected]
[email protected]                       Andrew Purshottam
[email protected]                     Anoosh Mostowfipour
[email protected]                    [email protected]
[email protected]                Andrew Cherenson
[email protected] Arie Rudich
[email protected]           Allan Schaffer
[email protected]                 [email protected]
[email protected]            Michael R. Balomiri
[email protected]                    Andrew Beers
[email protected]                     Bengt Larsson
[email protected]  Bernhard Ehrminger
[email protected]              [email protected]
[email protected]                       Bill Myers
[email protected]                John Blake
[email protected]              Frank Bonini
[email protected]                      Paul Bonneau
[email protected]               21-Sep-1992 0715
[email protected]                    Chris Bremser
[email protected]                 Brian Falardeau
[email protected]                      Bill Carson
[email protected]               [email protected]
[email protected]              Bruce McIntyre
[email protected]                  WILLIAMS
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[email protected]              Odilio J. Calima
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[email protected]          Catherine DELASALLE
[email protected]                    Jim Chandler
[email protected]                         Charles Boyd
[email protected]   Tang Chee Kin
[email protected]                   Chris Esposito
[email protected]              Dave Ciemiewicz
[email protected]                Chris R. Schoeneman
[email protected]           "C.Cartledge"
[email protected]                Chris Trimble
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[email protected]                    Daniel Green
[email protected]                   D T Morris
[email protected]             David Maxwell
[email protected]                       Mark Davies
[email protected]                Tom Davis
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[email protected]                   dave barrett
[email protected]                       David DeBry
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stevehsu@tpovc.enet.dec.com
steve@vail.nlm.nih.gov                  Steve Satterfield
stiehl@kpc.com                          Greg Stiehl
stoll@stress.asd.sgi.com                Bob Stoll
storm@apl.washington.edu                Mark Stoermer
swh7333@bcstec.ca.boeing.com            Steve Haffner
swildner@channelz.GUN.de                Sascha Wildner
swong@autodesk.com                      Steve Wong
tdn@piranha.esd.sgi.com                 Todd Newman
Ted.Schuh@Eng.Sun.COM                   Ted Schuh [CONTRACTOR]
terra@fritjof.nrsc.no                   Terra Orbit
thad@lever.asd.sgi.com                  Thad Beier
thomson@slovax.enet.dec.com             Mark Thomson - SLO - DTN 544-3195
tkennedy@scarlett.asd.sgi.com           Tara Kennedy
tony@nth.com                            Tony Tittle
"tpsws6::johnnyho"@tpovc.enet.dec.com   Johnny Ho
twa@autodesk.com                        Todd Anderson
twiz@atlas.corp.sgi.com                 Thomas Tenerowicz
uebersax@kris.dco.dec.com               Kris Uebersax
umeyer@cscs.ch                          Urs Meyer
uu4.psi.com!mdaeng!jrc                  John R. Chawner
vamsee@abgen.tamu.edu                   Vamsee Lakamsani
vazquez@iqm.unicamp.br                  Pedro A. M. Vazquez
vesper@2draw.enet.dec.com               vesper@2draw.enet.dec.com
vimal@forum.esd.sgi.com                 Vimal Parikh
vjamett@huemul.dcc.uchile.cl            Viterbo
v-mtoy@microsoft.com                    v-mtoy@microsoft.com
walford@public.btr.com                  Peter J. Walford walford@btr.com
wchwang@csie.nctu.edu.tw                Wei-Chung Hwang
webb@tsavo.HKS.COM                      Peter Webb
weinhous@alpha.hahnemann.edu            Martin S. Weinhous Ph.D.
weissman@pianoforte.esd.sgi.com         Terry Weissman
whs%magdalen.UUCP@DMC.COM               Bill Southworth
wicks@dcdmjw.fnal.gov                   Matthew Wicks
Wierse@rus.uni-stuttgart.de             Andreas Wierse
WILD@EMBL-Heidelberg.DE                 David Wild
wilk@autodesk.com                       Michael Wilk
wlw@cc.gatech.edu                       Wayne Wooten
wwlk@riscee.pko.dec.com                 wwlk@riscee.pko.dec.com
zemon@sto.dec.com                       Art Zemon - CEA Channels
zombie@voodoo.boeing.com                Mike York

Valid NO Votes:

Alan.Walendowski@Eng.Sun.COM            Alan Walendowski [CONTRACTOR]
ames.arc.nasa.gov!quake.sylmar.ca.us!jeff Jeff
andrewm@soda.berkeley.edu               Andrew MacBride
august@rolaren.space.swri.edu           David August
avatar@leland.stanford.edu              avatar@leland.stanford.edu
bob@iqsc.COM                            Bob Gleichauf
Bob.Mitton@Eng.Sun.COM                  Bob Mitton
bobp@hal.com                            Bob Pendelton
Carole.Coffland@Eng.Sun.COM             Carole Coffland
charette@cheetah.det.dec.com            Mark Charette
Chung.Chan@Eng.Sun.COM                  Louis Chan
Claude.Manoit@Eng.Sun.COM               Claude Manoit
claude@trc.mew.mei.co.jp                Claude Huss
clc8347@nigel.tamu.edu                  Cheryl Cato
cmaae50%cc.ic.ac.uk@ib.rl.ac.uk         cmaae50%cc.ic.ac.uk@ib.rl.ac.uk
cristy@brahms.udel.edu                  Cristy
cristy@eplrx7.es.duPont.com             Cristy
cush@cis.ohio-state.edu                 Michael Cush
Dan.Petersen@Eng.Sun.COM                Dan Petersen
Dave.Linder@Eng.Sun.COM                 Dave Linder
dwahl@aries.uthscsa.edu                 Denise Wahl
dwaters@afbs.pa.af.mil                  Durand C. `Randy' Waters
ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu                  "Eric J. Olson"
eleitao@us.oracle.com                   Ed Leitao
frank@darwin.sfbr.org                   Frank Lowe
ftp@bpdns.brooks.af.mil                 Shawn McDonald
gary@oncology.uthscsa.edu               Gary Micheal Clark
Grace.Wang@Eng.Sun.COM                  Ya-Jyun Wang
heinisch@uran.informatik.uni-bonn.de    Markus Heinisch
herzog@dobbs.Eng.Sun.COM                Brian Herzog
hollasch@kpc.com                        Steve Hollasch
James.Uyei@Eng.Sun.COM                  Jim Uyei
Jayarami.Reddy@Eng.Sun.COM              Jayarami Reddy
jposhea3@titan.tsd.arlut.utexas.edu     James O'Shea III
Kevin.Wu@Eng.Sun.COM                    Kevin Wu
Khanh.Doan@Eng.Sun.COM                  Khanh Doan
kooros@refuge.Colorado.EDU              "Paul T. Kooros"
lafont@aioh.ilab.toshiba.co.jp          Lafont Denis
Louis.Khouw@Eng.Sun.COM                 Louis Khouw
Marty.Hess@Eng.Sun.COM                  Marty Hess
mce@lancashire.East.Sun.COM             Mark Elgood - Sun BOS Software
merworth@hermes.chpc.utexas.edu         Boyd Merworth
Michael.Smerekanych@Eng.Sun.COM         Mike Smerekanych
montvill@rocke.electro.swri.edu         Bill Montville
Patrick.Maillot@Eng.Sun.COM             Patrick-Gilles Maillot
peterb@decum.enet.dec.com               Peter Beicht
peters@wetstring.UK                     Peter Small - Sun UK - Comms Consultant
PRESTON@VMSFE.MANCHESTER-COMPUTING-CENTRE.AC.UK Martin, Computer Graphics Unit
pseudo!mjn                              Murray Nesbitt
randall@wizards.dupont.com              Nick Randall
rom%shemesh.technion.ac.il@TAUNIVM.TAU.AC.IL Raphael Rom
rsk@gynko.circ.upenn.edu                Rich Kulawiec
Sean.Jiam@Eng.Sun.COM                   Sean Jiam
shawn_mikiten@biad23.uthscsa.edu        "shawn mikiten"
smarry@zooid.guild.org                  Marc Moorcroft
Steve.Johnson@math.tamu.edu             Steve.Johnson@math.tamu.edu
t31694c@kaira.hut.fi                    Tapani Lindgren
tadusa!jim                              Jim Thompson
ter@tqmsun2.msm.TRW.COM                 Terry Row
Uma.Sabada@Eng.Sun.COM                  uma
vancer@hatikva.sps.mot.com              Vance R. Fields
yuteh@stat.Berkeley.EDU                 Yuteh Theresa Cheng
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