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Dylan ( comp.lang.dylan )
 
From [email protected] Fri Nov 13 07:59:16 1992
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From: [email protected] (Jim Meehan)
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.dylan
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
----------------------

NAME:
	comp.lang.dylan

STATUS:
	unmoderated

CHARTER:
	For discussion of the Dylan language. The newsgroup would be
	gatewayed with the mailing list [email protected]

COMMENTS:
Dylan(TM) is a new object-oriented language, described in a book
published by Apple Computer in April 1992.  Many people have expressed
interest in the language since then, and prototype implementations are
now appearing.

In September, Apple created four public mailing lists for discussions 
of Dylan; the one called info-dylan is used for discussing any and 
all aspects of the language.  In just over a month, the volume of 
mail on info-dylan has reached the point where a newsgroup would 
be more useful than a mailing list; indeed, some subscribers have 
already removed their names from the list because of the high volume.  
Apple will maintain a gateway with the mailing list so that current 
subcribers to info-dylan who lack newsgroup access will still be 
able to participate in the discussions. 

DISCUSSION:
Comments about this proposal should be sent to news.groups.

SCHEDULE:
The discussion period will end December 4, 1992.  If there is a consensus at 
that time, a Call For Votes will be posted.

[[ This is the first time this proposal has been "officially" brought up.
    We're sorry for any confusion a prior call for votes may have
    caused some people.  Jim did not realise his posting had not
    really gone to news.announce.newgroups because the group was
    not marked moderated at his site.  -- tale ]]

From [email protected] Sun Nov 15 15:56:17 1992
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From: [email protected] (Jim Meehan)
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.dylan
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
----------------------

NAME:
	comp.lang.dylan

STATUS:
	unmoderated

CHARTER:
	For discussion of the Dylan language. The newsgroup would be
	gatewayed with the mailing list [email protected]

COMMENTS:
Dylan(TM) is a new object-oriented language, described in a book
published by Apple Computer in April 1992.  Many people have expressed
interest in the language since then, and prototype implementations are
now appearing.

In September, Apple created four public mailing lists for discussions 
of Dylan; the one called info-dylan is used for discussing any and 
all aspects of the language.  In just over a month, the volume of 
mail on info-dylan has reached the point where a newsgroup would 
be more useful than a mailing list; indeed, some subscribers have 
already removed their names from the list because of the high volume.  
Apple will maintain a gateway with the mailing list so that current 
subcribers to info-dylan who lack newsgroup access will still be 
able to participate in the discussions. 

DISCUSSION:
Comments about this proposal should be sent to news.groups.

SCHEDULE:
The discussion period will end December 4, 1992.  If there is a consensus at 
that time, a Call For Votes will be posted.

[[ This is the first time this proposal has been "officially" brought up.
    We're sorry for any confusion a prior call for votes may have
    caused some people.  Jim did not realise his posting had not
    really gone to news.announce.newgroups because the group was
    not marked moderated at his site.  -- tale ]]

From [email protected] Tue Nov 17 14:52:49 1992
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From: [email protected] (Jim Meehan)
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.dylan
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
----------------------

NAME:
	comp.lang.dylan

STATUS:
	unmoderated

CHARTER:
	For discussion of the Dylan language. The newsgroup would be
	gatewayed with the mailing list [email protected]

COMMENTS:
Dylan(TM) is a new object-oriented language, described in a book
published by Apple Computer in April 1992.  Many people have expressed
interest in the language since then, and prototype implementations are
now appearing.

In September, Apple created four public mailing lists for discussions 
of Dylan; the one called info-dylan is used for discussing any and 
all aspects of the language.  In just over a month, the volume of 
mail on info-dylan has reached the point where a newsgroup would 
be more useful than a mailing list; indeed, some subscribers have 
already removed their names from the list because of the high volume.  
Apple will maintain a gateway with the mailing list so that current 
subcribers to info-dylan who lack newsgroup access will still be 
able to participate in the discussions. 

DISCUSSION:
Comments about this proposal should be sent to news.groups.

SCHEDULE:
The discussion period will end December 4, 1992.  If there is a consensus at 
that time, a Call For Votes will be posted.

[[ This is the first time this proposal has been "officially" brought up.
    We're sorry for any confusion a prior call for votes may have
    caused some people.  Jim did not realise his posting had not
    really gone to news.announce.newgroups because the group was
    not marked moderated at his site.  -- tale ]]

From [email protected] Fri Dec  4 21:32:28 1992
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Subject: CFV: comp.lang.dylan
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CALL FOR VOTES
--------------

NAME:
	comp.lang.dylan

STATUS:
	unmoderated

CHARTER:
	For discussion of the Dylan language. The newsgroup would be
	gatewayed with the mailing list [email protected]

COMMENTS:
Dylan(TM) is a new object-oriented language, described in a book
published by Apple Computer in April 1992.  Many people have expressed
interest in the language since then, and prototype implementations are
now appearing.

In September, Apple created four public mailing lists for discussions
of Dylan; the one called info-dylan is used for discussing any and all
aspects of the language.  In just over a month, the volume of mail on
info-dylan has reached the point where a newsgroup would be more
useful than a mailing list; indeed, some subscribers have already
removed their names from the list because of the high volume.  Apple
will maintain a gateway with the mailing list so that current
subcribers to info-dylan who lack newsgroup access will still be able
to participate in the discussions.

NOTE:   There was a previous Call For Votes on this newsgroup, but 
        it wasn't valid, and all those votes have been discarded, so 
        even if you voted before, you need to vote again.  

HOW TO VOTE:
	All votes should be mailed to [email protected]

	To vote in favor, use "comp.lang.dylan YES" as the Subject.
	To vote against, use "comp.lang.dylan NO" as the Subject.
	
	(These are only suggestions. I'll actually read the messages.)


SCHEDULE:
	The voting period will end at 23:59 GMT, December 30, 1992.

--Jim

From [email protected] Mon Dec  7 13:22:26 1992
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From: [email protected] (Jim Meehan)
Subject: CFV: comp.lang.dylan
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CALL FOR VOTES
--------------

NAME:
	comp.lang.dylan

STATUS:
	unmoderated

CHARTER:
	For discussion of the Dylan language. The newsgroup would be
	gatewayed with the mailing list [email protected]

COMMENTS:
Dylan(TM) is a new object-oriented language, described in a book
published by Apple Computer in April 1992.  Many people have expressed
interest in the language since then, and prototype implementations are
now appearing.

In September, Apple created four public mailing lists for discussions
of Dylan; the one called info-dylan is used for discussing any and all
aspects of the language.  In just over a month, the volume of mail on
info-dylan has reached the point where a newsgroup would be more
useful than a mailing list; indeed, some subscribers have already
removed their names from the list because of the high volume.  Apple
will maintain a gateway with the mailing list so that current
subcribers to info-dylan who lack newsgroup access will still be able
to participate in the discussions.

NOTE:   There was a previous Call For Votes on this newsgroup, but 
        it wasn't valid, and all those votes have been discarded, so 
        even if you voted before, you need to vote again.  

HOW TO VOTE:
	All votes should be mailed to [email protected]

	To vote in favor, use "comp.lang.dylan YES" as the Subject.
	To vote against, use "comp.lang.dylan NO" as the Subject.
	
	(These are only suggestions. I'll actually read the messages.)


SCHEDULE:
	The voting period will end at 23:59 GMT, December 30, 1992.

--Jim

From [email protected] Wed Jan  6 21:02:50 1993
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Subject: RESULT: comp.lang.dylan passes 349:11
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The final vote on comp.lang.dylan is 349 in favor, 11 opposed.

Opposed:

[email protected] (Andrew Finkenstadt)
[email protected] (Dave Carr)
Charles Shub <[email protected]>
"Eric J. Olson" <[email protected]>
Marc Moorcroft <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Marco Antoniotti)
Mark Verber <[email protected]>
[email protected]
[email protected] (Bill Owens)
[email protected] (Murray Nesbitt)
Scott Draves <[email protected]>


In favor:

[email protected]
[email protected] (Tim Dierks, software saboteur)
Alexander Shendi <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Dennis Allison)
[email protected] (Russell G. Almond)
[email protected] (Andrew LM Shalit)
[email protected] (Amit J. Patel)
[email protected] (Anders Myren)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (Paul Ashdown)
[email protected] (b77201020)
[email protected] (Stefan Bamberger)
[email protected] (jwahar r. bammi)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (Bob Congdon)
[email protected]
[email protected]
Bengt Larsson <[email protected]>
bernhard pfahringer <[email protected]>
[email protected] (George Beshers)
[email protected] (Brian Harvey)
[email protected] (Robert Hutchison)
Bill Campbell <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Bill St. Clair)
[email protected] (Bill Martin)
[email protected] (Bill Walburg)
B.J.  07-Dec-1992 0951 <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Brent McPherson)
Bob Jackson <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Bob McQueer)
[email protected] (Bob Erickson)
[email protected] (Tom Bonura)
[email protected] (Ed Hill)
[email protected] (Bart Botma)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Brad Yearwood)
[email protected] (Brent W. Benson)
Brian Hayes - Sigma Xi <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Michel briand)
[email protected] (edward g. briggs)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Brian Rowe)
[email protected] (Robert E. Brown)
[email protected] (Paul DuBois)
"Carl L. Gay" <[email protected]>
[email protected]
[email protected] (Charles Allen)
[email protected] (Jerome Chailloux)
[email protected] (Ping Chou)
"Chris Haynes" <[email protected]>
Christian Queinnec <[email protected]>
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[email protected] (Les Clowney)
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coganman@soda.berkeley.edu (Andrei Cogan)
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creon@nas.nasa.gov (M. Creon Levit)
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Hartmut Kocher <kocher@nvdv.e-technik.uni-stuttgart.dbp.de>
"Haydn Huntley" <huntley@gable.cs.indiana.edu>
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Jaakko Hollmen <d37623d@taltta.hut.fi>
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"James A. Cadwell" <cadwell@seattleu.edu>
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jbm@hal.com (Brad Might)
jcg@newton.apple.com
jdev@andante.mn.org (John N. Alegre)
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jeffh@apple.com (Jeff Holcomb)
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Jim Tubman <jbtubman@skyler.arc.ab.ca>
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jordan@uniblab.aero.org (Larry M. Jordan)
josher@leland.stanford.edu
joswig@informatik.uni-hamburg.de (Rainer Joswig)
Juergen Christoffel <jc@slim.gmd.de>
jump@paola.dei.unipd.it (Giampaolo Lauzzana)
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"Mario O. Bourgoin" <mob@Think.COM>
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