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From [email protected] Mon Aug  1 12:51:17 1994
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From: [email protected] (Peter G. Millard)
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Subject: RFD: comp.lang.basic.visual reorganizaion
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		REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION:
			Split of comp.lang.basic.visual

This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) on the subject of 
splitting the existing Usenet newsgroup, comp.lang.basic.visual, into a 
number of more focused moderated and unmoderated newsgroups.


RATIONALE/BACKGROUND:
---------------------
The rationale for the proposed split arises from the enormous growth in 
the rate of postings to the existing (and very general) newsgroup. It 
has become clear that postings are falling into well defined areas 
which do not necessarily have a large degree of overlap. 
Accordingly, the time is considered right to discuss a more focused 
approach to the newsgroup structure.   


PROPOSALS:
----------
The "straw" poll done on comp.lang.basic.visual a couple of weeks 
ago suggests that most people feel, that at a minimum, there should be a 
comp.lang.basic.visual.database group formed. This group would 
contain discussions about various database related programming 
issues using Visual Basic. This group would be un-moderated.

	- PROPOSED NAME: comp.lang.basic.visual.database


Another discussion has arisen recently concerning the formation of 
an information style moderated group. This group would be used for
posts of an "official" nature (like this RFD), FAQ postings, new
product announcements, and example source code. This would be a
moderated group.

	- PROPOSED NAME: comp.lang.basic.visual.announce 

Since the proposed splits would turn comp.lang.basic.visual into a
hierarchy, it is also strongly suggested that we change the name of
the current c.l.b.v group to a .misc sub-group of this hierarchy.

	- PROPOSED NAME: comp.lang.basic.visual.misc


OFFICIAL STUFF:
---------------
This RFD is being posted to news.announce.newgroups in accordance with
the _GUIDELINES FOR USENET GROUP CREATION_ which is posted to the
news. hierarchy and located on rtfm.mit.edu. All discussions should be
taken to the news.groups group. Discussions should take place until
approximately August 20th.


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From [email protected] (RonDippold) Wed Sep 21 18:35:29 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: CFV: comp.lang.basic.visual.{misc,database,3rdparty,announce}
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                          FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.misc
              unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.database
              unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty
               moderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.announce

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.basic.visual.misc	Visual Basic in general.
comp.lang.basic.visual.database	Database aspects of Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty	Add-ins for Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.announce	Commercial information on Visual Basic. (Moderated)

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

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be sent to
the mailing list VISBAS-L <[email protected]>

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Ian Piper <[email protected]> or Peter
Millard <[email protected]>


CHARTERS
--------
COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.DATABASE:
     This group will contain discussion about the various database
     programming issues using Visual Basic. Disucssions should be limited to
     topics pertaining only to database applications and tools.

     Discussions will not be limited in any way to specific database engines
     (however, the applications of the built-in JET engine will most like
     dominate).

     This will be an unmoderated group.

COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.ANNOUNCE
     It has become apparent that an "official" information group could
     benefit all participants in the various subgroups of the
     comp.lang.basic.visual hierarchy. Acceptable posts to this group would
     include FAQ posts, shareware announcements, other usenet administrative
     posts (like this entire discussion), etc...

     This will be a moderated group.
	 submission: [email protected]
	 contact:    [email protected]


 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.3RDPARTY
      The creation of a dedicated group to hold postings concerning various
      tools which add on to the basic Visual Basic product. These tools would
      include additional controls (VBX's), both commercial, shareware, and
      freeware. Discussions will also cover additional .DLL's and their
      applications in the Visual Basic environment. Note that discussion
      concerning API's should _NOT_ be posted to this group as they are
      inherent to the VB base product. Discussions about API calls should be
      taken up in the .misc group (see below). This group would also house
      discussions on various development tools (eg SPYWORKS, etc...) and their
      uses.

      This group will also contain questions and answers to people looking for
      various tools to accomplish specific tasks. Additionally, it is hoped
      that various commercial vendors that supply such tools would take part
      in discussions concerning their respective products as a forum for
      general tech support for those tools.

      This will be an unmoderated group.

 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.MISC
      The .misc group is required by Usenet guidelines, and will be a place
      for any discussions of topics which are not covered by the other three
      groups. Topics might include queries on Visual Basic methods, or API
      commands, applications of the standard set of controls, general use of
      the BASIC language, general discussion about programming techniques,
      general concepts of event-driven programming, etc...

      The .misc group would basically replace the current
      comp.lang.basic.visual discussion group where all of the above topics
      (and more) are being discussed daily. The split of the other groups
      should drastically reduce the amount of volume in this "catch all"
      group.

      This will be an unmoderated group.


 RATIONALE/BACKGROUND:
 ---------------------

 The rationale for the proposed split arises from the enormous growth in
 the rate of postings to the existing (and very general) newsgroup. It
 has become clear that postings are falling into well defined areas
 which do not necessarily have a large degree of overlap. Accordingly,
 the time is considered right to develop a more focused approach to the
 newsgroup structure.


HOW TO VOTE

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[         ]  comp.lang.basic.visual.database
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From [email protected] (RonDippold) Fri Sep 30 11:43:02 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.lang.basic.visual.{misc,database,3rdparty,announce}
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                          LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.misc
              unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.database
              unmoderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty
               moderated group comp.lang.basic.visual.announce

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.basic.visual.misc     Visual Basic in general.
comp.lang.basic.visual.database Database aspects of Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty Add-ins for Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.announce Commercial information on Visual Basic. (Moderated)

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

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be sent to
the mailing list VISBAS-L <[email protected]>

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Ian Piper <[email protected]> or Peter
Millard <[email protected]>


CHARTERS
--------
COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.DATABASE:
     This group will contain discussion about the various database
     programming issues using Visual Basic. Disucssions should be limited to
     topics pertaining only to database applications and tools.

     Discussions will not be limited in any way to specific database engines
     (however, the applications of the built-in JET engine will most like
     dominate).

     This will be an unmoderated group.

COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.ANNOUNCE
     It has become apparent that an "official" information group could
     benefit all participants in the various subgroups of the
     comp.lang.basic.visual hierarchy. Acceptable posts to this group would
     include FAQ posts, shareware announcements, other usenet administrative
     posts (like this entire discussion), etc...

     This will be a moderated group.
         submission: [email protected]
         contact:    [email protected]


 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.3RDPARTY
      The creation of a dedicated group to hold postings concerning various
      tools which add on to the basic Visual Basic product. These tools would
      include additional controls (VBX's), both commercial, shareware, and
      freeware. Discussions will also cover additional .DLL's and their
      applications in the Visual Basic environment. Note that discussion
      concerning API's should _NOT_ be posted to this group as they are
      inherent to the VB base product. Discussions about API calls should be
      taken up in the .misc group (see below). This group would also house
      discussions on various development tools (eg SPYWORKS, etc...) and their
      uses.

      This group will also contain questions and answers to people looking for
      various tools to accomplish specific tasks. Additionally, it is hoped
      that various commercial vendors that supply such tools would take part
      in discussions concerning their respective products as a forum for
      general tech support for those tools.

      This will be an unmoderated group.

 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.MISC
      The .misc group is required by Usenet guidelines, and will be a place
      for any discussions of topics which are not covered by the other three
      groups. Topics might include queries on Visual Basic methods, or API
      commands, applications of the standard set of controls, general use of
      the BASIC language, general discussion about programming techniques,
      general concepts of event-driven programming, etc...

      The .misc group would basically replace the current
      comp.lang.basic.visual discussion group where all of the above topics
      (and more) are being discussed daily. The split of the other groups
      should drastically reduce the amount of volume in this "catch all"
      group.

      This will be an unmoderated group.


 RATIONALE/BACKGROUND:
 ---------------------

 The rationale for the proposed split arises from the enormous growth in
 the rate of postings to the existing (and very general) newsgroup. It
 has become clear that postings are falling into well defined areas
 which do not necessarily have a large degree of overlap. Accordingly,
 the time is considered right to develop a more focused approach to the
 newsgroup structure.


HOW TO VOTE

Erase everything above the top "-=-=-=-" line and erase everything
below the bottom "-=-=-=-" line.  Do not erase anything between these
lines and do not change the group names.

Give your name on the line that asks for it. For each group, place a YES or
NO in the brackets next to it to vote for or against it.  If you don't want
to vote on a particular group, just leave the space blank.  Don't worry
about spacing of the columns or any quote characters (">") that your reply
inserts.

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

-=-=-=-=-=- Don't Delete Anything Between These Lines =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
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[Your Vote]  Group
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
[         ]  comp.lang.basic.visual.misc
[         ]  comp.lang.basic.visual.database
[         ]  comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty
[         ]  comp.lang.basic.visual.announce (moderated)
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votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal acknowledge-
ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several days, try again.
It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

Only one vote per person, no more than one vote per account.  Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.



comp.lang.basic.visual reorg Bounce List - No need to revote
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[email protected]                                                 Dan Champagne
[email protected]                                                 Jim Goddard
[email protected]                                                  muni savyon

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Fri Oct 14 13:15:19 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.lang.basic.visual reorganization passes
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                                    RESULT
	comp.lang.basic.visual reorg results - 218 valid votes

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 192   23 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.lang.basic.visual.misc
 188   28 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.lang.basic.visual.database
 183   32 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty
 192   22 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.lang.basic.visual.announce moderated
   1 invalid vote 

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.basic.visual.misc	Visual Basic in general.
comp.lang.basic.visual.database	Database aspects of Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty	Add-ins for Visual Basic.
comp.lang.basic.visual.announce	Commercial information on Visual Basic. (Moderated)

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Ian Piper <[email protected]> or Peter
Millard <[email protected]>


CHARTERS
--------
COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.DATABASE:
     This group will contain discussion about the various database
     programming issues using Visual Basic. Disucssions should be limited to
     topics pertaining only to database applications and tools.

     Discussions will not be limited in any way to specific database engines
     (however, the applications of the built-in JET engine will most like
     dominate).

     This will be an unmoderated group.

COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.ANNOUNCE
     It has become apparent that an "official" information group could
     benefit all participants in the various subgroups of the
     comp.lang.basic.visual hierarchy. Acceptable posts to this group would
     include FAQ posts, shareware announcements, other usenet administrative
     posts (like this entire discussion), etc...

     This will be a moderated group.
         submission: [email protected]
         contact:    [email protected]


 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.3RDPARTY
      The creation of a dedicated group to hold postings concerning various
      tools which add on to the basic Visual Basic product. These tools would
      include additional controls (VBX's), both commercial, shareware, and
      freeware. Discussions will also cover additional .DLL's and their
      applications in the Visual Basic environment. Note that discussion
      concerning API's should _NOT_ be posted to this group as they are
      inherent to the VB base product. Discussions about API calls should be
      taken up in the .misc group (see below). This group would also house
      discussions on various development tools (eg SPYWORKS, etc...) and their
      uses.

      This group will also contain questions and answers to people looking for
      various tools to accomplish specific tasks. Additionally, it is hoped
      that various commercial vendors that supply such tools would take part
      in discussions concerning their respective products as a forum for
      general tech support for those tools.

      This will be an unmoderated group.

 COMP.LANG.BASIC.VISUAL.MISC
      The .misc group is required by Usenet guidelines, and will be a place
      for any discussions of topics which are not covered by the other three
      groups. Topics might include queries on Visual Basic methods, or API
      commands, applications of the standard set of controls, general use of
      the BASIC language, general discussion about programming techniques,
      general concepts of event-driven programming, etc...

      The .misc group would basically replace the current
      comp.lang.basic.visual discussion group where all of the above topics
      (and more) are being discussed daily. The split of the other groups
      should drastically reduce the amount of volume in this "catch all"
      group.

      This will be an unmoderated group.


 RATIONALE/BACKGROUND:
 ---------------------

 The rationale for the proposed split arises from the enormous growth in
 the rate of postings to the existing (and very general) newsgroup. It
 has become clear that postings are falling into well defined areas
 which do not necessarily have a large degree of overlap. Accordingly,
 the time is considered right to develop a more focused approach to the
 newsgroup structure.


comp.lang.basic.visual reorg Final Vote Ack


                                       comp.lang.basic.visual.announce ------+
                                       comp.lang.basic.visual.3rdparty -----+|
                                       comp.lang.basic.visual.database ----+||
                                           comp.lang.basic.visual.misc ---+|||
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jvbacus@BIX.com                                            James V. Bacus YYYY
kappenman@carver.wa.com                                Brett A. Kappenman YYYY
karljo@imv.aau.dk                                   Karl Johan Guld Olsen YYYY
kevina@clark.net                                           Kevin Atkinson YYYY
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kosman!kevin@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU                           Kevin O'Gorman YYYY
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leifmy@ifi.uio.no                                   Leif Gunnar Erlandsen YYYY
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luke@smd.smd.sublink.org                                 Luciano Mannucci Y-YY
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mbn@teleport.com                                             Mike Northam YYYY
MC1258@mclink.it                                          Massimo Luciani YYYY
mcoleman@telerama.lm.com                                     Mike Coleman YYYY
mdean@melbpc.org.au                                          Malcolm Dean YYYY
me_cuss@stu.ust.hk                                      So Ka Shun Barney YYYY
mhatz@nyx10.cs.du.edu                                           Mike Hatz YYYY
Michael.Holmes@m.cc.utah.edu                            Michael E. Holmes YYYY
mike.epprecht@digitec.co.za                                 Mike Epprecht YYYY
mikeaver@prairienet.org                                  Michael Averbuch YYYY
mikeb@etecnw.com                                               Mike Bohan YYNY
millard@netcom.com                                       Peter G. Millard YYYY
mmclean@ipaedin.demon.co.uk                                Malcolm McLean YYYY
mmeltzer@Glue.umd.edu                                        Marc Meltzer YYYY
mmoore@snapper.bellahs.com                                  Michael Moore YYYY
mmt@RedBrick.COM                                            M Mike Taksar -NNN
motti@melbpc.org.au                                        Motti Grinberg YYYY
msattler@jungle.com                                       Michael Sattler YYYY
muni@CibaDiag.COM                                             muni savyon YYYY
nagy@turtle.apana.org.au                                      Robert Nagy YYYY
nff0347@sacfgw.dsac.dla.mil                              Michael Browning YYYY
nolan@Sparkle.pnl.gov                                          Anne Nolan YYYY
owebster@cris.com                                            Oren Webster YYYY
p00896@psilink.com                                    David W. Palmerston YYYY
pab@cnx.com                                                  Pab Sungenis NNNN
page@swap.incog.com                                              Bob Page YYYY
parker@barite.use.com                                        Scott Parker YYYY
pat@pharrow.demon.co.uk                                    Patrick Harrow YYYY
Paul.Wilson@werple.apana.org.au                    pb@werple.apana.org.au YYYY
peter@manorcon.demon.co.uk                                 Peter Sullivan YYYY
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philb@eccles.anu.edu.au                                         Phil Burg NNNN
pjs@ipaedin.win-uk.net                                      Peter J Smith YYYY
pl@lsi.usp.br                                 Pedro Luis Prospero Sanchez YYYY
poet@world.std.com                                                Ted Poe YYYY
PRANTANE@abo.fi                                           Patrik Rantanen YYYY
pso@ibid.gatech.edu                                         Paul O'Fallon YYYY
r.czerwonka@cowan.edu.au                                Richard Czerwonka YYYY
rchristi@sadis01.kelly.af.mil                      Randall J. Christilles YYYY
rdensmor@dsd1post.daytonoh.NCR.COM                           Bob Densmore YYYY
rdorgan@lookout.ecte.uswc.uswest.com                           tom dorgan YYYY
rew@moontarz.nuance.com                                      Ryan Waldron YYYY
Richard@whitney.demon.co.uk                                 Richard Mason YYYY
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                           Richard Miller NNYY
riensche@beta.tricity.wsu.edu                    Roderick Martin Riensche YYYY
ritsma@yu1.yu.edu                                           Daniel Ritsma YYYY
rlangbp@cc.curtin.edu.au                                Bradley Paul Lang YYYY
robert@ireq-ht.hydro.qc.ca                                 Robert Meunier YYYY
robertw@ief.itg.ti.com                                     Robert Wallace YYYY
robin@plato.ucsalf.ac.uk                                      Robin Bowes YYYY
ron@ora.com                                               Ronald Petrusha YYYY
rufinus@mbe.ece.wisc.edu                                       J. Rufinus YYYY
rxa1076@ultb.isc.rit.edu                                   Rohit Amarnath YYYY
S.Oakey@doc.mmu.ac.uk                                         Steve Oakey YYYY
shaunc@faceplant.gvg.TEK.COM                             High Octane Fuel NNNN
sianlip@iss.nus.sg                                           Sian-Lip Tan YYYY
sledge@hammer.oche.de                                   Thomas Bueschgens NNNN
sliberty@cnj.digex.net                                      Steve Liberty YYYY
sommers@oti-hsv.com                                         Brian Sommers NNNN
srogers@tps.mcs.eds.com                                       Steve Roges NNNN
steve.raulerson@cbis.com                                  Steve Raulerson YYYY
stolyars@jinr.dubna.su                                    Yuri Stolyarsky YYYY
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stu_maappler@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU                              Matthew Appler YYYY
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svachon@CAM.ORG                                            Sylvain Vachon YYYY
svaris@cs.joensuu.fi                                           Simo Varis YYYY
swebb@umich.edu                                             Scott R. Webb YYYY
sysmas@shoreline.ca                                      Richard Campbell YYYY
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taylor@saturn.brooks.af.mil                             William D. Taylor YYYY
tgm@netcom.com                                       Thomas G. McWilliams NNNN
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tmc141@skdad.usask.ca                                          Todd Cocks YYNN
todd@vmark.com                                                Todd Cooper NNNN
Tom.Tregilgas@InfoB.unisg.ch                                              YYYY
tomh@metrics.com                                             Tom Haapanen YYYY
torno@oslonett.no                                             Tor Nordahl YYYY
TRNMIC07@Uctvax.UCT.AC.ZA                             Michael-John Turner YYYY
tt17+@andrew.cmu.edu                                      Trevor Tompkins YYYY
ttanguay@nwu.edu                                           Tim L. Tanguay YYYY
tusk@daimi.aau.dk                                  Martin M|ller Pedersen YYNY
umheinri@CC.UManitoba.CA                             Matthew W. Heinrichs YYYY
"vidhu::prakash"@spezko.enet.dec.com                       Mayank Prakash YYYY
villalon@crl.com                                           Craig Villalon YYYY
wallacem@who.ch                                              Mark Wallace YYYY
wolfram@nummerzwei.in-berlin.de                             Wolfram Zeder YYYY
yadallee@gAlLiF.ersys.EDmonTON.Ab.Ca                Dave Shariff Yadallee YYYY
yzs2047@ddre.dla.mil            Jo Ann M. Schultz (jschultz@ddre.dla.mil) YYYY
zeta@tcscs.com                                         Gregory Youngblood YYYY
zondag@xs4all.nl                                                   zondag YYYY


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system@codewks.nacjack.gen.nz                                  Wayne McDougall
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