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Pop11 and Plug ( comp.lang.pop )
 
From ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk Mon Aug 24 11:04:39 1992
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From: ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk (Ian Rogers)
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.pop
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Followup-To: news.groups
Summary: darn sight better than Lisp :)
Keywords: AI programming
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This is a request for discussion on a new group 'comp.lang.pop'.

The group would serve for discussions on the programming language Pop11, and
related environments and libraries.

Relevant topics, in this group, would cover all aspects of Pop11 programming
(from novice questions to expert efficiency issues) and the current BSI
standards effort (Pop9x).

Also relevant would be conversations about the Poplog programming environment
and its libraries. Eg.

    OOP in Pop11 Flavours, or objectclass etc.
    X windows hacking in Pop11
    Mixed language programming (eg. between Lisp/Pop11/Prolog/ML/C etc.) that
    is supported in Poplog but isn't relevant for discussion in other, pure
    language, groups
    Techniques for Artificial Intelligence programming (it is an AI language
    after all :)

and so on.

These sorts of discussions have so far been supported by a mailing list. But
the list is now far too unwieldy (>400 members). Universities are a constant
hassle for the mailing list, with students leaving and joining all the time. A
news group would serve these people much better.

Bandwidth is quite low.

The group would be gatewayed, at Univ. of Sussex, onto the mailing list for
the industrial members with no internet access.

We seem to have done things backwards. We have a user group (Plug), an archive
server, conferences and a standards effort, but no news group. I hope to
rectify this :-)
-- 
             Ian Rogers - Research Fellow type dogsbody person :)
     School of Cognitive Science, Sussex University, Falmer, Brighton, UK
             "Deep in the fundamental heart of mind and Universe,"
           said Slartibartfast, "there is a reason" - Douglas Adams

From ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk Thu Sep 24 18:20:28 1992
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From: ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk (Ian Rogers)
Subject: CFV: comp.lang.pop
Message-ID: <Bv3147.Co@uunet.uu.net>
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Summary: darn sight better than Lisp :)
Keywords: AI programming
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This is a Call For Votes on a new group 'comp.lang.pop' (unmoderated).

The RFD was posted on August 24. There has been support in both news.groups
and the popforum mailing list.

The only discussion has been about the name. comp.lang.pop has been
retained (as opposed to c.l.pop11 or c.l.poplog) as this gives the group a
more general coverage.

The only change to the group description has been to extend it to cover
"Pop11 like" languages (the full charter is included below).

In accordance with guidelines, votes should be unambiguous and should only
address this single issue. Two separate aliases have been set up for the vote
taking process.

        YES votes should be of the form:

To: pop-yes@cogs.susx.ac.uk
Subject: I vote YES to comp.lang.pop

        NO votes should be of the form:

To: pop-no@cogs.susx.ac.uk
Subject: I vote NO to comp.lang.pop

Voting is now open and will finish at 12 midnight (GMT), Saturday 24th October

Ian Rogers
Plug Treasurer


---- comp.lang.pop Charter ----------------------------------------------

The group would serve for discussions on the programming language Pop11, and
related environments, libraries, languages and the Plug User Group.

Relevant topics, in this group, would cover all aspects of Pop11 programming
(from novice questions to expert efficiency issues) and the current BSI
standards effort (Pop9x), and how it relates to other languages of this type
(e.g. GLOW, Pepper).

Also relevant would be conversations about the Poplog programming environment
and its libraries. Eg.

    OOP in Pop11 Flavours, or objectclass etc. and how they relate to other
        OOP languages (C++, CLOS etc.)
    X windows hacking in Pop11
    Mixed language programming (eg. between Lisp/Pop11/Prolog/ML/C etc.) that
        is supported in Poplog but isn't relevant for discussion in other,
        pure language, groups
    Techniques for Artificial Intelligence programming (it is an AI language
        after all :)

and so on.

The group would be gatewayed, at Univ. of Sussex, onto the mailing list for
the industrial members with no internet access.
-- 
             Ian Rogers - Research Fellow type dogsbody person :)
     School of Cognitive Science, Sussex University, Falmer, Brighton, UK
             "Deep in the fundamental heart of mind and Universe,"
           said Slartibartfast, "there is a reason" - Douglas Adams

From ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk Tue Oct 13 12:51:06 1992
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From: ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk (Ian Rogers)
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.lang.pop
Keywords: AI programming
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This is the 2nd Call For Votes on a new group 'comp.lang.pop' (unmoderated).

The RFD was posted on August 24. The 1st CVF was posted on September 24th.

Voting is still open and ends at 12 midnight (GMT), Saturday 24th October

In accordance with guidelines, votes should be unambiguous and should only
address this single issue. Two separate aliases have been set up for the vote
taking process.

        YES votes should be of the form:

To: pop-yes@cogs.susx.ac.uk
Subject: I vote yes to comp.lang.pop

        NO votes should be of the form:

To: pop-no@cogs.susx.ac.uk
Subject: I vote no to comp.lang.pop


---- comp.lang.pop Charter ----------------------------------------------

The group would serve for discussions on the programming language Pop11, and
related environments, libraries, languages and the Plug User Group.

Relevant topics, in this group, would cover all aspects of Pop11 programming
(from novice questions to expert efficiency issues) and the current BSI
standards effort (Pop9x), and how it relates to other languages of this type
(e.g. GLOW, Pepper).

Also relevant would be conversations about the Poplog programming environment
and its libraries. Eg.

    OOP in Pop11 Flavours, or objectclass etc. and how they relate to other
        OOP languages (C++, CLOS etc.)
    X windows hacking in Pop11 and the Poplog widget set.
    Mixed language programming (eg. between Lisp/Pop11/Prolog/ML/C etc.) that
        is supported in Poplog but isn't relevant for discussion in other,
        pure language, groups
    Techniques for Artificial Intelligence programming (it is an AI language
        after all :)

and so on.

The group would be gatewayed, at Univ. of Sussex, onto the mailing list for
the industrial members with no internet access.


--- Vote Acknowledgement ----------------------------------------------

Thank you to those who have taken an interest so far:

    Andy Holyer <andyh@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Chris Thornton <christ@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Giancarlo Succi <Giancarlo.Succi@dist>
    Richard Dallaway <richardd>
    Simon Nichols <simonn>
    "Angela.Gilham" <amg@mari.co.uk>
    "Dom Fox, Civ Eng Research, x 2404" <FOXD@CSOVAX.PORTSMOUTH.AC.UK>
    "Eric J. Olson" <ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu>
    "Helen Clinch, Cranfield Computer Centre" <CC026@VAXA.CCC.CRANFIELD.AC.UK>
    "Koen De Bosschere (32)91/64.34.06" <KDB@LEM.RUG.AC.BE>
    "T. Kurt Bond, Adminisoft, Inc. 304/472-9520" <tkb@mtnet2.wvnet.edu>
    (Ted Rofe) "A.Rofe" <A.Rofe@unsw.edu.au>
    Aaron Sloman <A.Sloman@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    Admin <A.Williams@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    Adrian Howard <adrianh@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Alan Montgomery <alan@integ.uucp>
    Alistair Law <MI044@MACAULAY-LAND-USE.SCOT-AGRIC-RES-INST.AC.UK>
    Andreas Schoter <asch@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
    Andrew Casson <andrewc@aiai.ed.ac.uk>
    Ben Rabau <benr@integ.uucp>
    Bernhard Rumpe <rumpe@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>
    Bill Kinnersley <billk@hawk.cs.ukans.edu>
    Calum Gordon <calum@clu.cardiff.ac.uk>
    Ceri Hopkins <C.A.Hopkins@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    Chris Brew <chrisbr@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
    Chris Dollin <kers@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Clark Morton <clark@integ.uucp>
    Colin Shearer <colin@integ.uucp>
    David Allport <dea@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    David Beasley <David.Beasley@cm.cf.ac.uk>
    David S Young <davidy@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Edmund Shing <E.Shing@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    Giancarlo Succi <Giancarlo.Succi@dist>
    Ian Rogers <ianr@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    J C Flack <julien@scs.leeds.ac.uk>
    James Goodlet <jamesg>
    Jiashu Wu <ucet50a@ucl.ac.uk>
    Jim Ault <aultj@rpi.edu>
    Jocelyn Paine <popx@vax.ox.ac.uk>
    John Gibson <johng@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    John Williams <johnw@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Jonas Wallgren <jwc@ida.liu.se>
    Jonathan Meyer <jonm@integ.uucp>
    Julian Clinton <julianc@integ.uucp>
    Karen Osborne <karen@integ.uucp>
    Kevin Busby <kevinb@syma.susx.ac.uk>
    Kieran Turner <kierant@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Luc Beaudoin <L.P.Beaudoin@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    MATTHEW WELLS <MI116@MACAULAY-LAND-USE.SCOT-AGRIC-RES-INST.AC.UK>
    Martin Merry <mjm@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Mike Beech <mpb@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Mike Burton <mike@psychology.nottingham.ac.uk>
    N D Silver <nik@scs.leeds.ac.uk>
    Patrick Goldsack <pcg@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Patsie Hughes <path@integ.uucp>
    Paul Vickers <pav@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Richard Caley <rjc@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
    Richard Kirby <rbk@aiai.ed.ac.uk>
    Rob Zanconato <rz@camcon.co.uk>
    Robert.Smith%sharp@prg.oxford.ac.uk
    Roger Evans <rogere@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Roger Sinnhuber <rogers@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Roly Lishman <jrl@computing-science.aberdeen.ac.uk>
    Samuel J Eaton <samuele@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
    Stefek Zaba <sjmz@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Steve Knight <sfk@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    Steve Pitchers <pitchers@prl.philips.co.uk>
    Tim Read <T.M.Read@cs.bham.ac.uk>
    Tom Khabaza <tomk@integ.uucp>
    add@aber.ac.uk
    adw@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Anthony Worrall)
    austin@franklin.com (Austin G. Hastings)
    brent@amber.ssd.csd.harris.com (Brent W. Benson)
    cjp@aber.ac.uk
    claude@trc.mew.mei.co.jp (Claude Huss)
    dada@us-es.sel.de
    david@indetech.com (David Kuder)
    drp@aber.ac.uk
    dyer@tull.sharebase.com (Scot Dyer)
    emcguire@intellection.com (Ed McGuire)
    eopa21@castle.ed.ac.uk
    farquhar@cs.utexas.edu (Adam Farquhar)
    jadwa@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (James Anderson)
    jjc@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk
    jjh@aber.ac.uk
    jlc@bmtech.uucp (Jonathan Cunningham)
    jonr@bmtech.uucp (Jonathan Rowe)
    jpff@maths.bath.ac.uk
    kave eshghi <kave%com.hp.hpl.hplke@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
    ked01@juts.ccc.amdahl.com (Kim DeVaughn)
    kevinm@icsbelf.co.uk (Kevin Mooney)
    kr1@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Kevin Richards [METOFF])
    lemoine@tls-cs.cert.fr (Michel Lemoine)
    linimon@lonesome.com (Mark Linimon)
    lynch@ils.nwu.edu
    mcmanus@wpi.WPI.EDU (Pat McManus)
    mhpower@stan.mit.edu
    michaell@cogs.susx.ac.uk (Michael Lazarou)
    nrp@csug3.cs.reading.ac.uk ("Educated bags" Neilski)
    nwh@aber.ac.uk
    piersb@cogs.susx.ac.uk (Piers Beckley)
    pop <pop%rabbit@cs.umass.edu>
    ray@philips.ca (Ray Dunn)
    richard@mrcvax.ed.ac.uk
    rogopp@rogopp.Auto-trol.COM (Roger Opperman)
    ruman@maemaster.eng.uci.edu (ruman)
    ruvan@clu.cardiff.ac.uk (Ruvan Weerasinghe)
    scott@asd.com (Scott Barman)
    scottw@bmtech.uucp (Scott Wheeler)
    srf@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk
    srogers@tad.eds.com (Steve Rogers)
    stu@valinor.mythical.com (Stu Labovitz)
    thomas@cs.uwa.edu.au (Thomas E NIELSEN)
    tim@crash.canon.co.uk (Tim F O'Donoghue)
    txh@philabs.Philips.Com (Teun Hendriks)

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From: ianr@syma.sussex.ac.uk (Ian Rogers)
Subject: RESULT: comp.lang.pop passes 174:17
Keywords: AI programming
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Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
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The proposal for the unmoderated group comp.lang.pop has passed 176:17

The following names were taken from the "From:" field of the vote message.

No votes 17:
------------

"Eric J. Olson" <ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu>
E S Atwell <csc6ea@sun.leeds.ac.uk>
Geoffrey.V.Bronner@Dartmouth.EDU
Jacques Noye <Jacques.Noye@ecrc.de>
Jim Ault <aultj@rpi.edu>
Jon Lin <jwlin@soda.berkeley.edu>
austin@franklin.com (Austin G. Hastings)
barrett@cc.gatech.edu (James Barrett)
claude@trc.mew.mei.co.jp (Claude Huss)
d9bertil <d9bertil@dtek.chalmers.se>
dws@cseg03.uark.edu (David W. Summers)
jpff@maths.bath.ac.uk
ked01@juts.ccc.amdahl.com (Kim DeVaughn)
mhpower@stan.mit.edu
rogopp@rogopp.Auto-trol.COM (Roger Opperman)
scott@asd.com (Scott Barman)
srogers@tad.eds.com (Steve Rogers)

Yes votes 174:
--------------

"A.J.Kightley - Silly hat wearer & Proud" <adamjk@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
"Angela.Gilham" <amg@mari.co.uk>
"Dom Fox, Civ Eng Research, x 2404" <FOXD@CSOVAX.PORTSMOUTH.AC.UK>
"Helen Clinch, Cranfield Computer Centre" <CC026@VAXA.CCC.CRANFIELD.AC.UK>
"Koen De Bosschere (32)91/64.34.06" <KDB@LEM.RUG.AC.BE>
"T. Kurt Bond, Adminisoft, Inc. 304/472-9520" <tkb@mtnet2.wvnet.edu>
(Ted Rofe) "A.Rofe" <A.Rofe@unsw.edu.au>
Aaron Sloman <A.Sloman@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Admin <A.Williams@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Adrian Howard <adrianh@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Ajay Gupta <ag@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Alan Montgomery <alan@integ.uucp>
Alistair Law <MI044@MACAULAY-LAND-USE.SCOT-AGRIC-RES-INST.AC.UK>
Andreas Schoter <asch@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
Andrew Casson <andrewc@aiai.ed.ac.uk>
Andy Holyer <andyh@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Andy Norman <ange@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Andy Wood -- British Antarctic Survey <U_OBP@VAXC.NERC-BAS.AC.UK>
Arif Abidi msce@cs.bham.ac.uk
Bei Yu - CADC RA on CADC CONFIG project <bei@cad.strath.ac.uk>
Ben Rabau <benr@integ.uucp>
Bernhard Rumpe <rumpe@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>
Bill Kinnersley <billk@hawk.cs.ukans.edu>
Bruce Leigh <brucel@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Calum Gordon <calum@clu.cardiff.ac.uk>
Caroline Knight <cdfk@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Ceri Hopkins <C.A.Hopkins@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Chris Brew <chrisbr@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
Chris Dollin <kers@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Chris Jobling <eechris@pyr.swan.ac.uk>
Chris Preist <cwp@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Chris Thornton <christ@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Claire Budden <claire@integ.uucp>
Clark Morton <clark@integ.uucp>
Colin Shearer <colin@integ.uucp>
D L O'Brian <dlo@scs.leeds.ac.uk>
Dave Stevenson <d_steven@edrc.ac.uk>
David Allport <dea@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
David Beasley <David.Beasley@cm.cf.ac.uk>
David Hobley <davidh@muppet.british-telecom.co.uk>
David S Young <davidy@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Dermot McIntyre <dermotm@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Dr. A.H.B.Duffy - CADC Staff <alex@cad.strath.ac.uk>
Edmund Shing <E.Shing@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Gary Polhill <gary@cs.st-andrews.ac.uk>
Giancarlo Succi <Giancarlo.Succi@dist>
Gihan P Seneviratne <Gihan.P.Seneviratne@cm.cf.ac.uk>
Gordon Watson <gordon@dcs.exeter.ac.uk>
Graham Higgins <gjh@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Ian Craw <igc@maths.aberdeen.ac.uk>
Ian Rogers <ianr@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
J C Flack <julien@scs.leeds.ac.uk>
J M Lake <jmlake@lees.cogsci.uiuc.edu>
James Goodlet <jamesg@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Jiashu Wu <ucet50a@ucl.ac.uk>
Jocelyn Paine <popx@vax.ox.ac.uk>
John Gibson <johng@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
John Postoyko <john@integ.uucp>
John Williams <johnw@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Jonas Wallgren <jwc@ida.liu.se>
Jonathan Meyer <jonm@integ.uucp>
Jordan Henderson <jhenders@SEI.CMU.EDU>
Julian Clinton <julianc@integ.uucp>
K.A.Marlow@cs.bham.ac.uk
Karen Osborne <karen@integ.uucp>
Kevin Busby <kevinb@syma.susx.ac.uk>
Kieran Turner <kierant@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Leila Burrell-Davis <leilabd@syma.susx.ac.uk>
Linda Montgomery <linda@integ.uucp>
Lord Yak Da Hairy <johny@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Luc Beaudoin <L.P.Beaudoin@cs.bham.ac.uk>
MATTHEW WELLS <MI116@MACAULAY-LAND-USE.SCOT-AGRIC-RES-INST.AC.UK>
MSC B <M.B-COG2@cs.bham.ac.uk>
MSc C <M.C-COG2@cs.bham.ac.uk>
MSc D <M.D-COG2@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Mark Foster <markfo@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Martin Merry <mjm@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Martin Shiels <shiels@prl.philips.co.uk>
Mike Beech <mpb@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Mike Burton <mike@psychology.nottingham.ac.uk>
Munib A Qutaishat <Munib.A.Qutaishat@cm.cf.ac.uk>
N B Idris <Norbik.B.Idris@cm.cf.ac.uk>
N D Silver <nik@scs.leeds.ac.uk>
Nicholas A Ross <nross@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Patrick Goldsack <pcg@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Patsie Hughes <path@integ.uucp>
Paul Eccleson <pbe@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Paul Vickers <pav@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Pauline Jones <paulinej@integ.uucp>
Peter Hickman <peterhi@syma.susx.ac.uk>
Peter Williams <peterw@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Petya Anguelova Nestorova <sfpa1@central.susx.ac.uk>
Phillip Allen <pga@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Prof. K.J.MacCallum - CADC Director <ken@cad.strath.ac.uk>
Richard Caley <rjc@cogsci.ed.ac.uk>
Richard Dallaway <richardd>
Richard Hull <rh@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Richard Kirby <rbk@aiai.ed.ac.uk>
Rob Duncan <100013.2562@CompuServe.COM>
Rob Simpson <robs@cx.plym.ac.uk>
Rob Zanconato <rz@camcon.co.uk>
Robert John Duncan <robd>
Robert.Smith%sharp@prg.oxford.ac.uk
Roger Evans <rogere@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Roger Sinnhuber <rogers@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Roly Lishman <jrl@computing-science.aberdeen.ac.uk>
Rudi Lutz <rudil>
Sam Munro <samm@integ.uucp>
Samuel Hutton <samh@syma.susx.ac.uk>
Samuel J Eaton <samuele@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Simon Nichols <simonn>
Stefek Zaba <sjmz@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Steve Knight <sfk@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
Steve Lang <sml@psychology.nottingham.ac.uk>
Steve Pitchers <pitchers@prl.philips.co.uk>
Thomas Young <thomasy@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Tim Read <T.M.Read@cs.bham.ac.uk>
Tom Khabaza <tomk@integ.uucp>
Tor Houghton <torh@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Wolfe <markro@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
add@aber.ac.uk
adw@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Anthony Worrall)
anderson@sapir.cog.jhu.edu
bernied@ncsa.uiuc.edu (Bernhard Damberger)
brent@amber.ssd.csd.harris.com (Brent W. Benson)
calvin@imux123.mgt.ncu.edu.tw (Calvin)
cen6maw@sun.leeds.ac.uk
chris@clu.cardiff.ac.uk (Chris Dyer)
cjp@aber.ac.uk
dada@us-es.sel.de
david@indetech.com (David Kuder)
djd@csg.cs.reading.ac.uk (David J Dawkins)
drp@aber.ac.uk
dyer@tull.sharebase.com (Scot Dyer)
emcguire@intellection.com (Ed McGuire)
eopa21@castle.ed.ac.uk
farquhar@cs.utexas.edu (Adam Farquhar)
gds@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Geoff Sullivan)
ivan@boole.une.edu.au (Ivan Fris)
jadwa@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (James Anderson)
jiashu@transport.ucl.ac.uk (J. Wu x2085)
jjc@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk
jjh@aber.ac.uk
jlc@bmtech.uucp (Jonathan Cunningham)
jonr@bmtech.uucp (Jonathan Rowe)
kave eshghi <kave%com.hp.hpl.hplke@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk>
kevinm@icsbelf.co.uk (Kevin Mooney)
kr1@isg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Kevin Richards [METOFF])
lemoine@tls-cs.cert.fr (Michel Lemoine)
linimon@lonesome.com (Mark Linimon)
liny@clu.cardiff.ac.uk (Yuen Lin)
lynch@ils.nwu.edu
mcmanus@wpi.WPI.EDU (Pat McManus)
michaell@cogs.susx.ac.uk (Michael Lazarou)
nrp@csug3.cs.reading.ac.uk ("Educated bags" Neilski)
nwh@aber.ac.uk
piersb@cogs.susx.ac.uk (Piers Beckley)
pop <pop%rabbit@cs.umass.edu>
ray@philips.ca (Ray Dunn)
richard@mrcvax.ed.ac.uk
rjb@csg.cs.reading.ac.uk (Ryszard Boryna)
roberto@DXCERN.CERN.CH
ruman@maemaster.eng.uci.edu (ruman)
ruvan@clu.cardiff.ac.uk (Ruvan Weerasinghe)
scottw@bmtech.uucp (Scott Wheeler)
shaun@scs.leeds.ac.uk
shen@scs.leeds.ac.uk
simon@lia.di.epfl.ch (Simon Leinen)
srf@hpl.hewlett-packard.co.uk
stu@valinor.mythical.com (Stu Labovitz)
thomas@cs.uwa.edu.au (Thomas E NIELSEN)
tim@crash.canon.co.uk (Tim F O'Donoghue)
txh@philabs.Philips.Com (Teun Hendriks)
vaillant@POOL.informatik.rwth-aachen.de

 
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