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From smiale@cs.indiana.edu Fri Feb  4 16:13:40 1994
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From: smiale@cs.indiana.edu (Steven Miale)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.misc
Subject: RFD: comp.lang.python
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Request For Discussion: comp.lang.python

Purpose
-------

The newsgroup will be for discussion on the Python computer language.
Possible topics include requests for information, general programming,
development, and bug reports. The group will be unmoderated.


What is Python?
---------------

Python is a relatively new very-high-level language developed in
Amsterdam.  Python is a simple, object-oriented procedural language,
with features taken from ABC, Icon, Modula-3, and C/C++.

Its central goal is to provide the best of both worlds: the dynamic
nature of scripting languages like Perl/TCL/REXX, but also support for
general programming found in the more traditional languages like Icon,
C, Modula,...

Python may be FTP'd from the following sites:

	ftp.cwi.nl in directory /pub/python (its "home site", also has a FAQ)
	ftp.uu.net in directory /languages/python
	gatekeeper.dec.com in directory /pub/plan/python/cwi


Rationale
---------

Currently there is a mailing list with over 130 subscribers.
The activity of this list is high, and to make handling the
traffic more reasonable, a newsgroup is being proposed. We
also feel that comp.lang.misc would not be a suitable forum
for this volume of discussion on a particular language.


Charter
-------

Comp.lang.python is an unmoderated newsgroup which will serve
as a forum for discussing the Python computer language. The
group will serve both those who just program in Python and
those who work on developing the language. Topics that
may be discussed include:

	- announcements of new versions of the language and
	  applications written in Python.

	- discussion on the internals of the Python language.

	- general information about the language.

	- discussion on programming in Python.


Discussion
----------

Any objections to this RFD will be considered and, if determined
to be appropriate, will be incorporated. The discussion period
will be for a period of 21 days after which the first CFV will be
issued.

From smiale@copper.ucs.indiana.edu Wed Feb 16 17:44:17 1994
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From: smiale@copper.ucs.indiana.edu (Steven Miale)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.misc,comp.lang.icon,comp.lang.modula3,comp.lang.c,comp.lang.c++
Subject: 2nd RFD: comp.lang.python
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Date: 16 Feb 1994 14:34:17 -0500
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Second Request For Discussion: comp.lang.python

Purpose
-------

The newsgroup will be for discussion on the Python computer language.
Possible topics include requests for information, general programming,
development, and bug reports. The group will be unmoderated.


What is Python?
---------------

Python is a relatively new very-high-level language developed in
Amsterdam.  Python is a simple, object-oriented procedural language,
with features taken from ABC, Icon, Modula-3, and C/C++.

Its central goal is to provide the best of both worlds: the dynamic
nature of scripting languages like Perl/TCL/REXX, but also support for
general programming found in the more traditional languages like Icon,
C, Modula,...

Python may be FTP'd from the following sites:

	ftp.cwi.nl in directory /pub/python (its "home site", also has a FAQ)
	ftp.uu.net in directory /languages/python
	gatekeeper.dec.com in directory /pub/plan/python/cwi


Rationale
---------

Currently there is a mailing list with over 130 subscribers.
The activity of this list is high, and to make handling the
traffic more reasonable, a newsgroup is being proposed. We
also feel that comp.lang.misc would not be a suitable forum
for this volume of discussion on a particular language.


Charter
-------

Comp.lang.python is an unmoderated newsgroup which will serve
as a forum for discussing the Python computer language. The
group will serve both those who just program in Python and
those who work on developing the language. Topics that
may be discussed include:

	- announcements of new versions of the language and
	  applications written in Python.

	- discussion on the internals of the Python language.

	- general information about the language.

	- discussion on programming in Python.


Discussion
----------

Any objections to this RFD will be considered and, if determined
to be appropriate, will be incorporated. The discussion period
will be for a period of 21 days after which the first CFV will be
issued.

From asolovay@geoworks.com Thu Feb 24 17:55:02 1994
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From: asolovay@geoworks.com (Andrew Solovay)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.misc
Subject: CFV: comp.lang.python
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                     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                  unmoderated group comp.lang.python

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.python        The Python computer language.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 GMT, 17 March 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact asolovay@geoworks.com.  For questions about the
proposed group contact smiale@cs.indiana.edu (Steven Miale).

The vote-taker will post each CFV to the Python mailing list at
python-list@cwi.nl shortly after it is posted to
news.announce.newsgroups. He will send an abridged RESULT posting
(without the full list of voters) to the mailing list after voting
ends; the full RESULTs will be posted to all the newsgroups where the
CFV was posted.

CHARTER

  Comp.lang.python is an unmoderated newsgroup which will serve
  as a forum for discussing the Python computer language. The
  group will serve both those who just program in Python and
  those who work on developing the language. Topics that
  may be discussed include:

        - announcements of new versions of the language and
          applications written in Python.

        - discussion on the internals of the Python language.

        - general information about the language.

        - discussion on programming in Python.

RATIONALE

  Python is a relatively new very-high-level language developed in
  Amsterdam.  Python is a simple, object-oriented procedural language,
  with features taken from ABC, Icon, Modula-3, and C/C++.

  Its central goal is to provide the best of both worlds: the dynamic
  nature of scripting languages like Perl/TCL/REXX, but also support for
  general programming found in the more traditional languages like Icon,
  C, Modula,...

  Currently there is a mailing list with over 130 subscribers.
  The activity of this list is high, and to make handling the
  traffic more reasonable, a newsgroup is being proposed. We
  also feel that comp.lang.misc would not be a suitable forum
  for this volume of discussion on a particular language.

HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to: votes@geoworks.com 

Just "Replying" to this post should work if you are not reading this
on a mailing list, and if your newsreader honors the "reply-to" line.
Double-check the address before sending your ballot.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.lang.python
      I vote NO on comp.lang.python

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.

Each person may vote only once, no matter how many accounts he or she
may have. Also, only one ballot will be accepted from any account, no
matter how many people may share it. If more than one vote is received
>from any person or any account, only the last vote received will be
counted.

Addresses and votes of all voters will be published in the final
voting results list. All ballots received are kept in the UVV archives
(including "cancelled" and invalid ballots). The vote files are made
available to the moderator of news.announce.newgroups on request. They
may also, at the discretion of the UVV, be made more widely available
if there is a controversy concerning the vote.

From asolovay@geoworks.com Wed Mar  9 23:35:24 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: asolovay@geoworks.com (Andrew Solovay)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.lang.misc
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.lang.python
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                     LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                  unmoderated group comp.lang.python

Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.python        The Python computer language.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 GMT, 17 March 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact asolovay@geoworks.com.  For questions about the
proposed group contact smiale@cs.indiana.edu (Steven Miale).

The vote-taker will post each CFV to the Python mailing list at
python-list@cwi.nl shortly after it is posted to
news.announce.newsgroups. He will send an abridged RESULT posting
(without the full list of voters) to the mailing list after voting
ends; the full RESULTs will be posted to all the newsgroups where the
CFV was posted.

CHARTER

  Comp.lang.python is an unmoderated newsgroup which will serve
  as a forum for discussing the Python computer language. The
  group will serve both those who just program in Python and
  those who work on developing the language. Topics that
  may be discussed include:

        - announcements of new versions of the language and
          applications written in Python.

        - discussion on the internals of the Python language.

        - general information about the language.

        - discussion on programming in Python.

RATIONALE

  Python is a relatively new very-high-level language developed in
  Amsterdam.  Python is a simple, object-oriented procedural language,
  with features taken from ABC, Icon, Modula-3, and C/C++.

  Its central goal is to provide the best of both worlds: the dynamic
  nature of scripting languages like Perl/TCL/REXX, but also support for
  general programming found in the more traditional languages like Icon,
  C, Modula,...

  Currently there is a mailing list with over 130 subscribers.
  The activity of this list is high, and to make handling the
  traffic more reasonable, a newsgroup is being proposed. We
  also feel that comp.lang.misc would not be a suitable forum
  for this volume of discussion on a particular language.

HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to: votes@geoworks.com 

Just "Replying" to this post should work if you are not reading this
on a mailing list, and if your newsreader honors the "reply-to" line.
Double-check the address before sending your ballot.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.lang.python
      I vote NO on comp.lang.python

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.

Each person may vote only once, no matter how many accounts he or she
may have. Also, only one ballot will be accepted from any account, no
matter how many people may share it. If more than one vote is received
>from any person or any account, only the last vote received will be
counted.

Addresses and votes of all voters will be published in the final
voting results list. All ballots received are kept in the UVV archives
(including "cancelled" and invalid ballots). The vote files are made
available to the moderator of news.announce.newgroups on request. They
may also, at the discretion of the UVV, be made more widely available
if there is a controversy concerning the vote.

BOUNCE LIST (as of March 7, 1994)
===========

The following people sent valid EMail ballots to me, but my EMail
acknowledgement to them bounced. You need not resend your vote; your
ballot has been accepted. If you would like to double-check how you
voted, send EMail to <asolovay@geoworks.com>.

unmoderated group comp.lang.python Bounce Ack List
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From asolovay@geoworks.com Thu Mar 24 18:07:13 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: asolovay@geoworks.com (Andrew Solovay)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.lang.python passes 241:27
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				RESULT
	   unmoderated group comp.lang.python passes 241:27

There were 241 YES votes and 27 NO votes, for a total of 268 valid votes.

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.


Voting closed at 23:59:59 GMT, 17 March 1994.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.

Vote-taker's address:		asolovay@geoworks.com (Andrew Solovay)
Group proponent's address:	smiale@cs.indiana.edu (Steven Miale)


Newsgroups line:
comp.lang.python        The Python computer language.

CHARTER (culled from the Call for Votes):

  Comp.lang.python is an unmoderated newsgroup which will serve
  as a forum for discussing the Python computer language. The
  group will serve both those who just program in Python and
  those who work on developing the language. Topics that
  may be discussed include:

        - announcements of new versions of the language and
          applications written in Python.

        - discussion on the internals of the Python language.

        - general information about the language.

        - discussion on programming in Python.

comp.lang.python Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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aajackso@lehman.com                                              Aaron Jackson
ab@infoseek.com                                                    Andy Bensky
abragad@di.unipi.it                                                           
acc2g@holmes.acc.virginia.edu                                      AC Capehart
aki@bnlux1.bnl.gov                                                            
alan@vicorp.com                                                     Alan Morse
alf@lifac1.ens-cachan.fr                                         Olivier MARCE
allen@ksr.com                                                                 
allison@shasta.stanford.edu                                     Dennis Allison
amidon@hpcc103.corp.hp.com                                        Keith Amidon
amrit@xvt.com                                                       Consultant
andras@concave.cs.wits.ac.za                                    Andras Salamon
andre@wilt.aha.nl                                             Andre v.d. Vlies
andrew.mcparland@rd.eng.bbc.co.uk                             Andrew McParland
anthony.baxter@aaii.oz.au                                       anthony baxter
are@laphroig.mch.sni.de                                                       
arielf@mirage.nsc.com                                             Ariel Faigon
arnold@dstc.edu.au                                                            
Arthur.Chance@smallworld.co.uk                                   Arthur Chance
Arthur.Vanhoff@firstperson.com                                 Arthur van Hoff
baker@spk.hp.com                                                    Bill Baker
bet@std.sbi.com                                                   Bennett Todd
boes@rose.rsoc.rockwell.com                                          Greg Boes
brad@spartan.ac.brocku.ca                                          Brad Saxton
brent@travis.csd.harris.com                                       Brent Benson
brink@networx.com                                          Richard Brinkerhoff
bruce@pixar.com                                                   Bruce Perens
burnett@quark.phys.washington.edu                                 Toby Burnett
cbc0b@kudzu.acc.virginia.edu                                     Brian Cadieux
choffman@vicorp.com                                             Chris Hoffmann
choo-young-il@cs.yale.edu                                        Young-il Choo
clarsen@intruder.lbl.gov                                           Case Larsen
comeau@cuc.edu                                                      Don Comeau
connolly@hal.com                                            Daniel W. Connolly
conway@server.cs.virginia.edu                                                 
craig@chs.xyplex.com                                            Craig H. Smith
craign@telxon.mis.telxon.com                                     Craig Nirosky
dalease@idss.nwa.com                                               David Lease
darien@vicorp.com                                               Darien Gardner
dave53598@aol.com                                                             
David.Evers@cl.cam.ac.uk                                                      
david@camscan.co.uk                                               David Sansom
david@vicorp.com                                                 David Gibbons
davidb@tplrd.tpl.oz.au                                            David Bassin
degood@lf.hp.com                                                   John DeGood
dehwei@infoseek.com                            Ms. De-Hwei Maria O'Shaughnessy
Dik.Winter@cwi.nl                                                             
dingelde@igd.fhg.de                                                           
Dirk.Soede@cwi.nl                                                   Dirk Soede
dlchica@vicorp.com                                       Sebastian de la Chica
dlclark@socs.uts.edu.au                                           Dennis Clark
dmurphy@cwa.com                                                     Dan Murphy
don@eecs.umich.edu                                                  Don Winsor
don@vicorp.com                                                  Donald Beaudry
Doug.Landauer@eng.sun.com                                        Doug Landauer
drayer@minerva.cis.yale.edu                                     Rebecca Drayer
drew@sunrise.com                                                  Drew Jenkins
drh@cse.unl.edu                                               doug heisterkamp
dsiegel@panix.com                                                 David Siegel
dwwillia@iucf.indiana.edu                                       David Williams
ecco@ipx2.rz.uni-mannheim.de                                    Martin Sckopke
ed@infoseek.com                                                      Ed Miller
Eddy.Boeve@cwi.nl                                                   Eddy Boeve
eduard@htsa.aha.nl                                              Eduard Beijnes
edwarde@htsa.aha.nl                                          Edward van Egmond
emp@xgml.com                                                                  
Erasmus@cs.ufh.ac.za.                                          Stoffel Erasmus
es070@eng.warwick.ac.uk                                                       
ethtbe@duna.ericsson.se                                             Tamas Bene
fafnir!mckelvey@uu.psi.com                                   James W. McKelvey
ferdinan@htsa.aha.nl                                      Ferdinand de Bouvere
finieous@umiacs.umd.edu                               Phillip Iorio (Finieous)
fitch@virginia.edu                                                            
fkk@stasys.sta.sub.org                                            Frank Kaefer
fmicos!wieman@uunet.uu.net                                       Trevor Wieman
fnord@binkley.cs.mcgill.ca                                     Andrew KUCHLING
forrest@rose.rsoc.rockwell.com                                    Dave Forrest
Fraser@europarc.xerox.com                              Quentin Stafford-Fraser
fred@sunrise.com                                                    Fred Sells
friedric@rose.rsoc.rockwell.com                                Robin Friedrich
fsspr@camelot.acf-lab.alaska.edu                                  Sean P. Ryan
gaga50@udcf.gla.ac.uk                                              Tony J Ibbs
gbolcer@javel.ics.uci.edu                                  Gregory Alan Bolcer
george@vicorp.com                                              George Reynolds
gerry@camscan.co.uk                                             Gerry Stringer
gibbons@ozy.dec.com                                               John Gibbons
gilbert@marin.cc.ca.us                                           Tim L Gilbert
gnn@xaostools.com                                                             
golding@cello.hpl.hp.com                                       Richard Golding
gow@mr.med.ge.com                                         Ed Gow 4-6828 MR Sys
grissom@odin.icd.ab.com                                         Carmon Grissom
gspear+@cmu.edu                                                 Geoffrey Spear
guerra@rose.rsoc.rockwell.com                                      Mark Guerra
Guido.van.Rossum@cwi.nl                                                       
gum@hal.com                                                      John Gmuender
halbert@world.std.com                                         Daniel C Halbert
hanst@htsa.aha.nl                                                Hans Trompert
harrison@uhunix.uhcc.hawaii.edu                                Robert Harrison
heinau@chemie.fu-berlin.de                                         Vera Heinau
HEMR@hulaw1.harvard.edu                     Kurt Wm. Hemr (Harvard Law School)
hinsen@acds21.physik.rwth-aachen.de                              Konrad Hinsen
holzapfe@igd.fhg.de                                                           
hugh@cosc.canterbury.ac.nz                                       Hugh Emberson
hwy@soac.bellcore.com                                            Wen-yau Hsieh
hzsbg01!jbuhrma@hvgtw.att.com                                                 
Ian.Barratt@smallworld.co.uk                                       Ian Barratt
Irving_Wolfe@happy-man.com                                        Irving_Wolfe
Ivan.Herman@cwi.nl                                                 Ivan Herman
jaap@sequent.com                                         Jaap Vermeulen (jaap)
Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl                                                            
James.Gosling@firstperson.com                                    James Gosling
james@camscan.co.uk                                               James Dening
jand@htsa.aha.nl                                                   Jan Derriks
jarausch@igpm.rwth-aachen.de                                   Helmut Jarausch
jay@qabalah.cac.psu.edu                                          D. Jay Newman
jblaine@ciesin.org                                                 Jeff Blaine
jdavis@cs.arizona.edu                                                Jim Davis
Jerry.Wilcox@ucop.edu                                             Jerry Wilcox
jgd9e@henson.cs.virginia.edu                                   James G. Durbin
jke@u.washington.edu                                             Jon Eisenberg
jmp@inesc.inesc.pt                                             Jose M. Pereira
Joe.Klemmer@f370.n109.z1.fidonet.org                               Joe Klemmer
joe@decoy.uoregon.edu                                            Joe St Sauver
jonathan@ecn.purdue.edu                              Jonathan L Neuenschwander
Jost.Krieger@rz.ruhr-uni-bochum.de                                Jost Krieger
jpe@rose.chem.wesleyan.edu                                       John Ehresman
jredford@lehman.com                                                           
jrroma@beaker.monsanto.com                                          John Roman
jstepona@fox.nstn.ns.ca                                        Joe Steponaitis
jsw2y@holmes.acc.virginia.edu                                       Jeff White
jws@cs.mu.oz.au                                                               
kap1@tao.cpe.uchicago.edu                                       Dietrich Kappe
KEVANH@lsl.co.uk                                                         Kevan
kolb@crd.ge.com                                                   Mark A. Kolb
konkin@skdad.usask.ca                                              Doug Konkin
kph2q@ash.cs.virginia.edu                                     Kenneth Hinckley
L15D@zfn.uni-bremen.de                                        Martin Schroeder
lance@markv.com                                                               
larsen@wagner.imada.ou.dk                                         Soren Larsen
leendert@cs.vu.nl                                           Leendert van Doorn
liberte@ncsa.uiuc.edu                                         Daniel LaLiberte
lipp@networx.com                                                              
lrs@sewp.nasa.gov                                                             
lutz@kapre.com                                                       Mark Lutz
lvirden@cas.org                                                Larry W. Virden
lwall@netlabs.com                                                   Larry Wall
lynn@vicorp.com                                                     Lynn Smith
majid@inf.enst.fr                                                  Fazal Majid
mark@vmark.com                                                  Mark Baldridge
martin.a.green@hydro.on.ca                                        Martin Green
massing@hal.com                                                   Mike Massing
Mats.Lidell@eua.ericsson.se                                        Mats Lidell
mclay@eeel.nist.gov                                              Michael McLay
mcoleman@alps.qld.cnc.oz.au                                       Mark Coleman
merrill@rose.rsoc.rockwell.com                                 Richard Merrill
Michael.Guravage@cwi.nl                                       Michael Guravage
michael.shiplett@umich.edu                                    michael shiplett
mike@setanta.demon.co.uk                                           Mike Causer
mikem@telxon.mis.telxon.com                                     Michael Molnar
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us                                  David Muir Sharnoff
muysers@capsogeti.fr                                              Dirk Muysers
mvdvalk@pegasus.esprit.ec.org                             Martijn van der Valk
mw@ipx2.rz.uni-mannheim.de                                      Marc Wachowitz
narsu@styx.hks.com                                              Uttam M. Narsu
nauta@cs.utwente.nl                                                           
nclegg@io.com                                                  Nathan L. Clegg
neal@ctd.comsat.com                                                Neal Becker
neeri@iis.ee.ethz.ch                                        Matthias Neeracher
nefud-the-delirious@tamu.edu                                      Allan Bailey
Neil.Pawson@smallworld.co.uk                                       Neil Pawson
neilb@khoros.unm.edu                                               Neil Bowers
netwrk!ss3.magec.com!khhunt@uunet.uu.net                   Kevin H. Hunt x7343
nick@osg.saic.com                                               Nick Seidenman
Nicola.Terry@smallworld.co.uk                                     Nicola Terry
nicolew@htsa.aha.nl                                               Nicole Wajer
olivier@simob.cnet-pab.fr                                       Olivier Boulot
pasha@netcom.com                                              Robert J. Kelley
Per.Spilling@cwi.nl                                               Per Spilling
Peter.Bosch@pegasus.esprit.ec.org                                  Peter Bosch
peter@robots.ox.ac.uk                                                         
philip@cs.vu.nl                                                 Philip Homburg
pkoehnko@cube.net                                               Peter Koehnkow
pnh@clark.net                                                 Philip N. Hisley
pwm@aplcomm.jhuapl.edu                                   Miller Phil F1E x8335
quinn@phoenix.princeton.edu                                   Michael J. Quinn
rahardj@cc.umanitoba.ca                                                       
rawinney@dal.mobil.com                                            Randy Winney
rdc@netcom.duke.edu                                          Robert D. Currier
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
RMOILE@unca.edu                                                     Rick Moile
robertde@htsa.aha.nl                                            Robert Demming
roth@networx.com                                                Pete Rothermel
rwhitby@research.canon.oz.au                                        Rod Whitby
rws2v@virginia.edu                                                            
rxb@lion.eng.sun.com                                             Rafael Bracho
s4xmakm@lvas02.pacbell.com                                  Sukan Makmuri (01)
sdm7g@elvis.med.virginia.edu                                Steven D. Majewski
sdw@ioc.co.uk                                                  Simon Whiteside
se@mi.uni-koeln.de                                                Stefan Esser
seabrook@umbc.edu                                         Mr. Richard Seabrook
sean@camscan.co.uk                                                  Sean Lange
shaneh@netcom.com                                             K. Shane Hartman
shawnmac@vapsys.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca                                          
shiell@rpi.edu                                                                
shinmoe@camscan.co.uk                                             Shinmoe Than
sijben@pegasus.esprit.ec.org                                                  
simard@afterlife.ncsc.mil                                        Donald Simard
simon@aladdin.retix.com                                          Simon Michael
sims@ucrengr.ucr.edu                                                david sims
Sjoerd.Mullender@cwi.nl                                       Sjoerd Mullender
skalwani@brutus.ct.gmr.com                                Sharan Kalwani CT/90
SKoga@virginia.edu                                                            
smiale@cs.indiana.edu                                             Steven Miale
sr1@irz301.inf.tu-dresden.de                                      Sven Rudolph
Steve.Jankowski@eng.sun.com                                    Steve Jankowski
stewart@networx.com                                     Christopher A. Stewart
stk@infoseek.com                                                  Steve Kirsch
strombrg@hydra.acs.uci.edu                             Dan Stromberg - OAC-DCS
strow@umbc.edu                                               L. Larrabee Strow
sxm2002@hertz.njit.edu                                       Madduluri Sridhar
tandem@freeze.oslo.dnmi.no                       Adrian Phillips (Tandem User)
tcj@infoseek.com                                                     Todd Jonz
templon@paramount.nikhefk.nikhef.nl                            Jeffrey Templon
thor@ymir.atd.ucar.edu                                            Rich Neitzel
tibbs@dopey.si.com                                                  Mike Tibbs
tim@ksr.com                                                         Tim Peters
tnb2d@virginia.edu                                                            
tony@dstc.edu.au                                                Tony Ashburner
tozer@esseye.si.com                                                           
trey@gie.com                                                     Trey Boudreau
tsarna@endicor.com                                                    Ty Sarna
ullcall@public.lunetix.de                                     Ulrich Callmeier
verch@cedar.buffalo.edu                                            Jason Verch
waschke@networx.com                                               Marv Waschke
west@am.tsd.itg.ti.com                                              Roger West
wgm@santafe.edu                                                               
willemw@htsa.aha.nl                                                Willem Wals
woc8r@virginia.edu                                                Bill Carlson
xia@bnr.ca                                                      jay (j.x.) xia
Yadallee@gallif.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca                     Dave Shariff Yadallee
zth@infoseek.com                                                    Zara Haimo

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AKERMAN@antioc.antioch.edu                                          Ada Kerman
bbs@bbs.dsnet.com                                        Bulletin Board System
ckoenig@midway.uchicago.edu                                                   
claiborn@express.ctron.com                                Christian L Claiborn
crouchkp@flidh102.delcoelect.com                                              
d9bertil@dtek.chalmers.se                                        Bertil Jonell
DITTMAN@skitzo.dseg.ti.com                                        Eric Dittman
dst@hardy.u.washington.edu                                                Trif
HD0022%ALBNYVMS.bitnet@uacsc2.albany.edu                           Chip Dunham
james@socrates.demon.co.uk                                       James Bridson
jkfurr@eecs.umich.edu                                                Joel Furr
jshare@mit.edu                                                    Jordan Share
julian@bongo.tele.com                                          Julian Macassey
metamatic!ediger@csn.org                                                      
mmt@redbrick.com                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS
nim@ornette.uchicago.edu                                              Nim Sudo
oursler@kenyon.edu                                                       Miles
revu@midway.uchicago.edu                                      Sendhil Revuluri
rob@msc.cornell.edu                                                 Rob Vaughn
robs@mu.sans.vuw.ac.nz                                                    robs
srogers@tad.eds.com                                               Steve Rogers
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
sward+@cmu.edu                                               David Reeve Sward
sylvar@ufcc.ufl.edu                                              BEN OSTROWSKY
WARD@ernie.van.forintek.ca                                        Ward F. Bush
whostler@procy.gi.com                                             wade hostler
zoz@cs.adelaide.edu.au                                           The Iron Fist

 
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