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From pjensen@husc8.harvard.edu Tue Dec 14 14:22:20 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: pjensen@husc8.harvard.edu (Peter Jensen)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.mac.oop.misc
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.prograph
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 13 Dec 1993 14:53:32 -0500
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This is the first formal Request For Discussion (RFD) for the creation of
a new Usenet news group, comp.lang.prograph.  Per the newsgroup creation
guidelines, discussion of this proposal should occur in news.groups.  This
proposal will be discussed for two weeks, and then a second RFD will go
out, incorporating suggestions gleaned from the first discussion.  Granted
enough support, two weeks later a CFV (Call for Votes) will be sent out,
to determine whether the group shall be created.  We will be using a
Usenet Volunteer Votetaker for the vote count. 
 
Name: comp.lang.prograph (unmoderated)
 
Charter:  Any and all discussion about Prograph, a unique visual
object-oriented dataflow programming language.
 
What is Prograph?:  Prograph is a programming language/environment that
uses visual elements to describe objects and functions -- there is no
textual syntax -- and it has its own interpreter and compiler.  After over
five years of availability on the Apple Macintosh, Prograph is moving
cross-platform with versions for Windows (NT and 3.1) and several Unices
currently in testing.  The most recent version of Prograph, Prograph CPX,
contains a cross-platform application framework class library and
high-level GUI builder.  Prograph will also have the ability to generate
C++ code which will be compilable under gcc linked to a set of
compatibility classes on a wide variety of platforms. 
 
Rationale:  There is significant demand among Prograph users for an area of
discussion on Usenet.  Much of the discussion has taken place in
comp.lang.visual and comp.sys.mac.oop.misc, and non-Prographer readers of
those groups have complained about the load.  With Prograph imminently
becoming a cross-platform development system, the time is right for the
creation of a separate comp.lang.prograph group.
 
Please reply to this RFD with your ideas, suggestions, criticism, and
support. 

Thanks,
Peter Jensen
jensen@biosun.harvard.edu

From pjensen@husc8.harvard.edu Wed Jan 12 20:21:47 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: pjensen@husc8.harvard.edu (Peter Jensen)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.mac.oop.misc,comp.lang.visual
Subject: 2nd RFD: comp.lang.prograph
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 12 Jan 1994 18:28:37 -0500
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Summary: 2nd Request for Discussion for new Prograph newsgroup
Keywords: RFD Prograph CPX Visual Language
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4470 news.groups:91765 comp.sys.mac.oop.misc:1160 comp.lang.visual:1571

   This is the second Request For Discussion (RFD) for the creation of a
new Usenet news group, comp.lang.prograph.  Per the newsgroup creation
guidelines, discussion of this proposal should occur in news.groups.  This
proposal will be discussed for two weeks, and granted enough support, a
CFV (Call for Votes) will be sent out, to determine whether the group
shall be created.  We will be using a Usenet Volunteer Votetaker for the
vote count. 
 
Name: comp.lang.prograph (unmoderated)
 
Charter:  Any and all discussion about Prograph, a unique visual
object-oriented dataflow programming language.
 
What is Prograph?:  Prograph is a complete programming language and
environment that uses visual elements to describe objects and functions --
there is no textual syntax -- and it has its own interpreter and compiler. 
After over five years of availability on the Apple Macintosh, Prograph is
moving cross-platform with versions for Windows and several Unices
currently in testing.  The most recent version of Prograph, Prograph CPX,
contains a cross-platform application framework class library and
high-level GUI builder.  Prograph will also have the ability to generate
C++ code which will be compilable under gcc linked to a set of
compatibility classes on a wide variety of platforms. 

Rationale:  There is significant demand among Prograph users for an area
of discussion on Usenet.  Much of the discussion has taken place in
comp.lang.visual and comp.sys.mac.oop.misc, and non-Prographer readers of
those groups have complained about the load.  With Prograph imminently
becoming a cross-platform development system, the time is right for the
creation of a separate comp.lang.prograph group. 

What about Prograph Source Code?:  Prograph source code should not be 
loaded onto the usenet system, as it tends to be large.  Instead, there 
is a Prograph file archive maintained at ftp.iup.edu in the info-prograph 
directory where files can be uploaded and downloaded via anonymous ftp.  
For those without ftp access, an info-prograph-sources mailing list can 
be established.  alt.sources.mac also lists Prograph code as one of its 
legal posting types.

Please reply to this RFD with your ideas, suggestions, criticism, and/or
support.  Please make sure your followups go to news.groups.
 
Thanks,
Peter Jensen
jensen@biosun.harvard.edu

From rdippold@qualcomm.com (RonDippold) Tue Jan 25 19:25:38 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: rdippold@qualcomm.com (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.visual,comp.sys.mac.oop.misc,comp.sys.mac.programmer,comp.sys.mac.oop.tcl,comp.programming
Subject: CFV: comp.lang.prograph
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		     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
		 unmoderated group comp.lang.prograph

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.prograph	Prograph, a Visual OOP Dataflow Programming Language.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 15 February 1994. 

After the CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be posted to
the Info-Prograph mailing list <info-prograph@grove.iup.edu>.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact rdippold@qualcomm.com.  For questions about the
proposed group contact Peter Jensen <pjensen@biosun.harvard.edu>.


CHARTER

Any and all discussion about Prograph, a unique visual object-oriented
dataflow programming language.
 
What is Prograph?: Prograph is a complete programming language and
environment that uses visual elements to describe objects and
functions -- there is no textual syntax -- and it has its own
interpreter and compiler.  After over five years of availability on
the Apple Macintosh, Prograph is moving cross-platform with versions
for Windows and several Unices currently in testing.  The most recent
version of Prograph, Prograph CPX, contains a cross-platform
application framework class library and high-level GUI builder.
Prograph will also have the ability to generate C++ code which will be
compilable under gcc linked to a set of compatibility classes on a
wide variety of platforms.

Rationale: There is significant demand among Prograph users for an
area of discussion on Usenet.  Much of the discussion has taken place
in comp.lang.visual and comp.sys.mac.oop.misc, and non-Prographer
readers of those groups have complained about the load.  With Prograph
imminently becoming a cross-platform development system, the time is
right for the creation of a separate comp.lang.prograph group.

What about Prograph Source Code?: Prograph source code should not be
loaded onto the usenet system, as it tends to be large.  Instead,
there is a Prograph file archive maintained at ftp.iup.edu in the
info-prograph directory where files can be uploaded and downloaded via
anonymous ftp.  For those without ftp access, an info-prograph-sources
mailing list can be established.  alt.sources.mac also lists Prograph
code as one of its legal posting types.

The group will be gatewayed to:
   Info-Prograph  <info-prograph@grove.iup.edu>



HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   voting@qualcomm.com
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on comp.lang.prograph
      I vote NO on comp.lang.prograph

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
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 and per account will be counted.  Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.

From rdippold@qualcomm.com (RonDippold) Fri Feb  4 16:18:10 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: rdippold@qualcomm.com (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.visual,comp.sys.mac.oop.misc,comp.sys.mac.programmer,comp.sys.mac.oop.tcl,comp.programming
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.lang.prograph
Supersedes: <comp.lang.prograph-CFV1@uunet.uu.net>
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                     LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
		 unmoderated group comp.lang.prograph

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.prograph	Prograph, a Visual OOP Dataflow Programming Language.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 15 February 1994. 

After the CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be posted to
the Info-Prograph mailing list <info-prograph@grove.iup.edu>.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact rdippold@qualcomm.com.  For questions about the
proposed group contact Peter Jensen <pjensen@biosun.harvard.edu>.


CHARTER

Any and all discussion about Prograph, a unique visual object-oriented
dataflow programming language.
 
What is Prograph?: Prograph is a complete programming language and
environment that uses visual elements to describe objects and
functions -- there is no textual syntax -- and it has its own
interpreter and compiler.  After over five years of availability on
the Apple Macintosh, Prograph is moving cross-platform with versions
for Windows and several Unices currently in testing.  The most recent
version of Prograph, Prograph CPX, contains a cross-platform
application framework class library and high-level GUI builder.
Prograph will also have the ability to generate C++ code which will be
compilable under gcc linked to a set of compatibility classes on a
wide variety of platforms.

Rationale: There is significant demand among Prograph users for an
area of discussion on Usenet.  Much of the discussion has taken place
in comp.lang.visual and comp.sys.mac.oop.misc, and non-Prographer
readers of those groups have complained about the load.  With Prograph
imminently becoming a cross-platform development system, the time is
right for the creation of a separate comp.lang.prograph group.

What about Prograph Source Code?: Prograph source code should not be
loaded onto the usenet system, as it tends to be large.  Instead,
there is a Prograph file archive maintained at ftp.iup.edu in the
info-prograph directory where files can be uploaded and downloaded via
anonymous ftp.  For those without ftp access, an info-prograph-sources
mailing list can be established.  alt.sources.mac also lists Prograph
code as one of its legal posting types.

The group will be gatewayed to:
   Info-Prograph  <info-prograph@grove.iup.edu>



HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   voting@qualcomm.com
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on comp.lang.prograph
      I vote NO on comp.lang.prograph

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
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 and per account will be counted.  Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.



unmoderated group comp.lang.prograph Bounce Ack List - no need to revote
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Sid@forsythe.stanford.edu
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From rdippold@qualcomm.com (RonDippold) Wed Feb 16 17:44:29 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: rdippold@qualcomm.com (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.visual,comp.sys.mac.oop.misc,comp.sys.mac.programmer,comp.sys.mac.oop.tcl,comp.programming
Subject: RESULT: comp.lang.prograph passes 269:12
Supersedes: <comp.lang.prograph-CFV2@uunet.uu.net>
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				RESULT
	  unmoderated group comp.lang.prograph passes 269:12

There were 269 YES votes and 12 NO votes, for a total of 281 valid votes. 
There was 1 abstain.

For group passage, YES votes must be at least 2/3 of all valid (YES and NO)
votes.   There also must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes. 

There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted.  If no
serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the moderator of
news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly thereafter.

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.prograph	Prograph, a Visual OOP Dataflow Programming Language.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact rdippold@qualcomm.com.  For questions about the
proposed group contact Peter Jensen <pjensen@biosun.harvard.edu>.


CHARTER

Any and all discussion about Prograph, a unique visual object-oriented
dataflow programming language.
 
What is Prograph?: Prograph is a complete programming language and
environment that uses visual elements to describe objects and
functions -- there is no textual syntax -- and it has its own
interpreter and compiler.  After over five years of availability on
the Apple Macintosh, Prograph is moving cross-platform with versions
for Windows and several Unices currently in testing.  The most recent
version of Prograph, Prograph CPX, contains a cross-platform
application framework class library and high-level GUI builder.
Prograph will also have the ability to generate C++ code which will be
compilable under gcc linked to a set of compatibility classes on a
wide variety of platforms.

What about Prograph Source Code?: Prograph source code should not be
loaded onto the usenet system, as it tends to be large.  Instead,
there is a Prograph file archive maintained at ftp.iup.edu in the
info-prograph directory where files can be uploaded and downloaded via
anonymous ftp.  For those without ftp access, an info-prograph-sources
mailing list can be established.  alt.sources.mac also lists Prograph
code as one of its legal posting types.

The group will be gatewayed to:
   Info-Prograph  <info-prograph@grove.iup.edu>


unmoderated group comp.lang.prograph Final Vote Ack
(Votetaker note:  I count ten @prograph.com votes)

Voted Yes
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01RABBIT@ac.dal.ca                                          Sean Webb, PA, ACS
100237.1162@CompuServe.COM                                         Mark Turner
15D@ZFN.UNI-BREMEN.DE                                         Martin Schroeder
1k1mgm@KUHUB.CC.UKANS.EDU                                     Christopher Gunn
a-lambert@adfa.oz.au                                            Andrew Lambert
aaronm@teleport.com                                               Aaron Munter
abw@crsa.bu.edu                                                  Al Wesolowsky
AHarris@VAX2.CSTP.UMKC.EDU                                      Anthony Harris
aimla!andyd@uunet.UU.NET                                           Andy Duncan
alexr@willow.login.qc.ca                                    Alexandre Rousseau
anger@acs.ucalgary.ca                                            John C. Anger
arenberg@etdesg.trw.com                                        Edward Arenberg
atjohnst@apple.com                                          Andrew T. Johnston
b-boesen@adfa.oz.au                                                           
B.Lanaspre@ecs.soton.ac.uk                                     Benoit Lanaspre
backman@archimedes.chinalake.navy.mil                              Ron Backman
balaji@aditya.csa.iisc.ernet.in                                      S. Balaji
bayme@sprcore.bih.harvard.edu                                    michael bayme
bdl6@columbia.edu                                                 Bryan D. Lee
beard@cs.ucdavis.edu                                          Patrick C. Beard
beuken@pcpm.ucl.ac.be                                Jean-Michel Beuken (3570)
bj@herbison.com                                                  B.J. Herbison
bmuepd@chbs.CIBA.COM                                      Dr. Peter D. Mueller
bpillow@pillowsoft.com                                             Brad Pillow
bruelhart@urz.unibas.ch                                       marcel bruelhart
budi@bison.mb.ca                                                 Budi Rahardjo
burnett@research.CS.ORST.EDU                                  Margaret Burnett
bush_phil@macmail1.csg.mot.com                                       Bush Phil
BUTTING@waikato.ac.nz                                                         
C523779@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu                                              John
C542203@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu                                       Bob Charron
campbell@brahms.udel.edu                                          L L Campbell
CCJOE@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu                                            Joe Heck
CCMIKEY@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu                                      Michael Hess
cfejm@eiu.edu                                                      John Miller
charlesworth@strider.andyne.on.ca                            Dave Charlesworth
chimp@teleport.com                                               Scott Flatman
chuckp@shiva.cac.washington.edu                                   Chuck Pliske
clinton@acs.ucalgary.ca                                            Tim Clinton
cnrt8@slc.mke.ab.com                                               James Coons
COOK5@AppleLink.Apple.COM                                         Cook, George
craigh@fullfeed.com                                            Craig A Heilman
creedont@ohsu.edu                                    Thomas A. Creedon at OHSU
cryan@prodigy.bc.ca                                                 Chris Ryan
CSCHICK@ucsvax.ucs.umass.edu                                                  
cue@apple.com                                                         Eddy Cue
D.Thomas@vthrc.uq.edu.au                                          Danny Thomas
darren@owlnet.rice.edu                                    Darren Keith Bolding
davec@netcom.com                                                  Dave Carlton
davisaa@tuns.ca                                                 Ashley A Davis
de19@umail.umd.edu                                                Dana S Emery
dgough@prograph.com    David C. Gough, Director, Eastern Region Sales, Prograp
dhoye@aol.com                                                                 
dickr@cs.umb.edu                                            Richard Rubinstein
dietmaie@fmechds01.tu-graz.ac.at                               Peter Dietmaier
djensen@energy.ota.gov                                                        
djm@jupiter.risc.rockwell.com                                      Dave Morley
DMILLER@zac.riv.csu.edu.au                                        Daryl Miller
dmorash@ug.cs.dal.ca                                              David Morash
doctor%gallif@ersys.edmonton.ab.ca                       Dave Shariff Yadallee
doug@mail.msen.com                                                            
doug@se.com                                                       Doug Swallow
dra@prubank.com                                                  David Ausburn
drayer@minerva.cis.yale.edu                                     Rebecca Drayer
dsabsay@aol.com                                                               
dshafer@netcom.com                                                  Dan Shafer
dwong@futon.SFSU.EDU                                               Daniel Wong
dziewawj@tuns.ca                                  Witold Dziewaltowski-Gintowt
ebpeders@okanagan.bc.ca                                       Erik B. Pedersen
Ed@imb.lan.nrc.ca                                              Dyer, Edward W.
EDE@AppleLink.Apple.COM                       Canada - Corp Development, M Ede
ednieto@netcom.com                                                    Ed Nieto
Edward.K.Shultz@Dartmouth.EDU                                 Edward K. Shultz
elkassas@eb.ele.tue.nl                                        sherif el kassas
epalmer@mad.adelaide.edu.au                                       Eddie Palmer
ericknapp@aol.com                                                             
erik@clark.net                                                     Erik Hanson
erik@til.com                                                   Erik Horstkotte
erion@cmu.edu                                                       Paul Erion
erl@aspen.cray.com                                                   Eric Lund
evans@jack-vance.mit.edu                                      Stephen W. Evans
FIXER@FAXCSL.DCRT.NIH.GOV                         Chris Mr. Tangerine Man Tate
fjb@newton.fb5.uni-siegen.de                                 Frank Brueggemann
francois@wais.com                                       Francois Schiettecatte
fw102@fim.uni-erlangen.de                                      Andreas Jaensch
G.A.Hutchings@ecs.southampton.ac.uk                             G.A. Hutchings
G.J.Hill@ecs.southampton.ac.uk                                       Gary Hill
Genco@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU                                        Steve Genco
gge@dl.ac.uk                                                      Gareth Baker
gisler@sstcx1.lanl.gov                                            Galen Gisler
gjb@luc.ac.be                                                    Geert Jan Bex
Glenn_Meter@GNOME.CS.CMU.EDU                                       Glenn Meter
goerner@VAX2.CSTP.UMKC.EDU                                        Alan Goerner
gordond@owl-uk.co.uk                                                          
gormar1@aol.com                                                               
greer@utdallas.edu                                               Dale M. Greer
Gregory_A_Welz@ccmail.Jpl.Nasa.Gov                                            
gum@CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU                                               Russell Gum
H.Glaser@ecs.soton.ac.uk                                           Hugh Glaser
haberlan@lrb.informatik.uni-dortmund.de                        Bernd Haberland
hamachi@mv.us.adobe.com                                         Gordon Hamachi
hamilton@appliedmicro.ns.ca                                      Neil Hamilton
Harrison.Jim@tmc.tulane.edu                                      Harrison, Jim
heaney@crl.com                                                  John S. Heaney
heavin@cgs.c4.gmeds.com                                          Philip Heavin
heilmayr@math.berkeley.edu                                    Stephan Heilmayr
hogg@ucs.ubc.ca                                                      John Hogg
ianr@cogs.susx.ac.uk                                                Ian Rogers
Ivan.C.Yen@williams.edu                                            Ivan C. Yen
J.Hale@latrobe.edu.au                                               James Hale
Jan.Docekal@telelogic.se                                           Jan Docekal
janee@world.std.com                                            Jane Eisenstein
jbell@garnet.berkeley.edu                                         John E. Bell
jerome_garcia@qm.claris.com                                      Jerome Garcia
Jerry.Wilcox@ucop.edu                                             Jerry Wilcox
jgarden@Prograph.Com                                               John Garden
jgr@di.uminho.pt                                           Jorge Gustavo Rocha
jimcl@sylvester.Works.ti.com                                 Jim Carlsen-Landy
jlaskey@cpx.Prograph.Com                                       James M. Laskey
jls@atglab.atg.com                                            Jerome Schneider
jmacneil@Prograph.Com                                        Technical Support
jmills@bnr.ca                                                john (j.f.) mills
johnny@iesl.mit.edu                                              Johnny Thomas
johnp@CSLI.Stanford.EDU                                          John Paolillo
JOHNSONA@cofc.edu                                                             
jon@medinfo.rochester.edu                                                     
jrboeke@uci.edu                                                Joseph R. Boeke
JRensch@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU                               Jeff Rensch 3-2530
jrufinus@students.wisc.edu                                                    
jsg@eng.clemson.edu                                            Joel Greenstein
jstyles@aivis.demon.co.uk                                          John Styles
Juergen.Kopp@gmd.de                                               Juergen Kopp
jullien@Engn.Uwindsor.Ca                                           Dr. Jullien
jwbaxter@olympus.net                                            John W. Baxter
kmoloney@iastate.edu                                                          
lankkd@tuns.ca                                                    Karen D Lank
lapsley@cpsc.ucalgary.ca                                        Andrew Lapsley
leigh@alexandria.com                                             Leigh Daniels
les.howie@Prograph.Com                                               Les Howie
MANUTTER@grove.iup.edu                              Mark Nutter, Apple Support
markc@cs.wisc.edu                                               Mark Callaghan
markv@isy.liu.se                                              Mark Vesterbacka
Mark_A._Millikan@lea.com                                      Mark A. Millikan
matwood@peruvian.cs.utah.edu                                       Mark Atwood
mcgratld@tuns.ca                                           Liann Donna Mcgrath
mcgregor@netcom.com                                          Scott L. McGregor
mcintyre@morgan.com                                             David McIntyre
mclean@archimedes.chinalake.navy.mil                              Steve McLean
mcm@ecs.southampton.ac.uk                    Microcosm Support and Development
mcwhirk@mail.auburn.edu                                           Bob Socrates
mgelman@orleans.ma30.bull.com                                Michael A. Gelman
mgx@ornl.gov                                               Michael D. Galloway
michael@wiz.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp                                     Michael Bjorn
michel_v@Prograph.Com                              Michel R. Vaillancourt; ACP
milton@procyon.cc.umanitoba.ca                                    David Milton
mjt@stubbs.ucop.edu                                           Michael Thwaites
mkane@CPX.Prograph.Com                                               Mark Kane
mkaufman@ecst.csuchico.edu                                                    
mkfrie@infi.net                                                  Mark Friedman
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu                                          Michael J Kovacs
mlevitt@slc.unisys.com                                             Mark Levitt
mltinc@aol.com                                                                
mmckinne@ogopogo.educ.sfu.ca                                     Mark McKinney
mmcmanus@Prograph.Com                                             Mark McManus
mmt@ben.dciem.dnd.ca                                                          
mposton@uci.edu                                                 Michael Poston
msrem01@nt.com                                         Richard (R.E.) Mcdonald
mulholla@UNIXHUB.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU                        Gregory A. Mulhollan
munet@netcom.com                                                      Labrynth
nagel@Rdatasys.COM                                                  Mark Nagel
ngwaiw@ecf.toronto.edu                                      NG WAI CHUNG BRUCE
noon@world.std.com                                              Ed s Bernstein
nsmith@bnr.ca                                                neil (n.f.) smith
oh@chem.bu.edu                                                              oh
ole@stat.washington.edu                                                       
omc@panix.com                                                     Owen Crowley
osborne@software.org                                              Skip Osborne
pal.kirkebo@usit.uio.no    =?iso-8859-1?Q?P=E5l?= =?iso-8859-1?Q?_?= =?iso-885
PALAIS@BINAH.CC.BRANDEIS.EDU                        NAME \"Richard S. Palais\"
pavlin@fmechds01.tu-graz.ac.at                                   Gregor Pavlin
pbrinton@netcom.com                                            Patrick Brinton
pcastine@prz.tu-berlin.de                                        Peter Castine
pdel@ads.com                                                  Peter Delevoryas
Per.Ejeklint@eua.ericsson.se                                      Per Ejeklint
perkins@spot.Colorado.EDU                                        Tyler Perkins
perobich@ingr.com                                               Paul Robichaux
Peter.Rohleder@gmd.de                                           Peter Rohleder
peterson@zork.tiac.net                                          K. M. Peterson
phillips@peaches.ph.utexas.edu                                  Perry Phillips
pjensen@netcom.com                                                Peter Jensen
pmac@fox.nstn.ns.ca                                             Peter Macaulay
podenski@atc.boeing.com                                       Patrick Podenski
power@ug.cs.dal.ca                                              Jennifer Power
psimpson@VAX2.CSTP.UMKC.EDU                                        Pat Simpson
psjovall@alchemy.chem.utoronto.ca                                Peter Sjovall
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
rajl@cpsc.ucalgary.ca                                              Lakshmi Raj
rdw@plaza.ds.adp.com                                              Robert Wynne
reid#m#_bill@msgate.corp.apple.com                                  Reid, Bill
reizes@datatools.com                                              Aaron Reizes
rgross@OREGON.UOREGON.EDU                                           Rick Gross
richards@acs.ucalgary.ca                                       Bill Richardson
richer@well.sf.ca.us                                               Mark Richer
rick.giles@acadiau.ca                                               RICK GILES
ritch@seas.ucla.edu                                                           
rjackson@alchemy.chem.utoronto.ca                                  Rob Jackson
rjacobs@supermac.com                                               JACOBS, RON
rlosey@inet.cos.mmc.com                                          Richard Losey
robert@ictv.com                                                  Robert Thille
roger@wrs.com                                                   Roger Rohrbach
rogerseh@cs.rpi.edu                                                           
roma@pe.chalmers.se                                             Robert Maglica
rrd@calgary.hp.com                                                 Ron Derynck
ryanpf@ssmd.mrl.dsto.gov.au                                         Ryan, Phil
SAAST8@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                                       
sachs@fid.morgan.com                                               Josef Sachs
SCHMUCKER1@AppleLink.Apple.COM                                 Schmucker, Kurt
schwenk@iexist.att.com                                         Mark A. Schwenk
scooter.heurikon.com!kah%heurikon.UUCP@cs.wisc.edu              Kenneth Heitke
scott_rifenbark@rainbow.mentorg.com                            Scott Rifenbark
selfstro@Engr.Trinity.Edu                                        Sean Elfstrom
SHAWN@mdli.com                                                  SHAWN@MDLI.COM
sheldon@netcom.com                                               Sheldon Simms
sholden@cod.nosc.mil                                              Steve Holden
Sid@forsythe.stanford.edu                                          Sid Conklin
skcgw!al_anderson@UUgw.umt.edu                                     Al Anderson
smedley@tuns.ca                                              Trevor J. Smedley
smiale@cs.indiana.edu                                             Steven Miale
sml@wdl.loral.com                                              Steve M Lazarus
squeegee@world.std.com                                      Stephen C. Gilardi
srjg7930@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu                                      johnson r scott
staylor@PE-Nelson.COM                                             Scott Taylor
Steven_Gaines@brown.edu                                                       
susan@fwi.uva.nl                                            Susan M. Uskudarli
swenson@netcom.com                                              Steven Swenson
swildner@channelz.gun.de                                        Sascha Wildner
szpak@Prograph.Com                                             Mark Szpakowski
tad1@cornell.edu                                                    Tom Dimock
tarnoff@cme.nist.gov                                          Nicholas Tarnoff
tgayley@wri.com                                                    Todd Gayley
thams@netcom.com                                                    Kurt Thams
Thomas.Kendelbacher@erno.de                                                   
Tim.Shawley@UC.Edu                                    Timothy Shawley 556-1659
tim@bruce.cs.monash.edu.au                                         Tim Shimmin
tkilshaw@ogopogo.educ.sfu.ca                                     Terry Kilshaw
tlegrady@cpx.Prograph.Com                                          Tom Legrady
tomdlux@acca.nmsu.edu                                                  TomDLux
tomkroon@hacktic.nl                                                   tomkroon
tonym@netcom.com                                                     Tony Mann
tonyrich@cs.wisc.edu                                                 Tony Rich
Tony_Valle@shsvsmtp.huntsville.sparta.com                           Tony Valle
treister@forsythe.stanford.edu                                   Adam Treister
trevor@adfa.oz.au                                                             
turner@wg.com                                                       Tim Turner
twistpair@aol.com                                                             
U12733%UICVM@UIC.EDU                                        the one and only  
ulbrikg0@seraph1.sewanee.edu                                   Karl G. Ulbrich
urban@fsl.noaa.gov                                                   Art Urban
v931024@si.hhs.nl                                               Gustav Rossner
wagner@cs.colorado.edu                                                        
waltcher@netcom.com                                              Jeff Waltcher
wcarpent@mitre.org                                              Wm A Carpenter
wilkins@cs.cofc.edu                                         James B. Wilkinson
wirth@newton.apple.com                                              Mike Wirth
yang@chert.CS.ORST.EDU                                             Sherry Yang
YIPJ@AppleLink.Apple.COM                                     Ernst & Young,CAS
yoda@okway.okstate.edu                                                        
yost@netcom.com                                                     David Yost
yznaga%jewel@sdsu.edu                                           Anthony Yznaga

Voted No
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aspgd21!dt07039%aspgd202@uunet.UU.NET                             Greg Stanton
cbaker@wam.umd.edu                                            C. Douglas Baker
crouchkp@flidh102.delcoelect.com                                              
davidp@qpsx.oz.au                                                 David Pascoe
fsspr@camelot.acf-lab.alaska.edu                                  Sean P. Ryan
jkfurr@eecs.umich.edu                                                Joel Furr
laura@ka2qhd.de.com                                                      Laura
mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS
mrw@welchgate.welch.jhu.edu                                      Marty Wachter
revu@midway.uchicago.edu                                      Sendhil Revuluri
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                       Marc Moorcroft

Abstained
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lonadar@judy.indstate.edu                                 Lonadar the Wanderer

 
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