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From [email protected] Wed May 11 14:58:55 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (George H. Bosworth)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix,comp.unix.misc
Subject: RFD: comp.org.uniforum
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Organization: UniForum Association
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                  REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

         Group Name:  comp.org.uniforum
             Status:  unmoderated
       Distribution:  world-wide
            Summary:  Newsgroup for announcements by and discussion
                      about UniForum Association
        Proposed by:  George Bosworth ([email protected])
                      UniForum member # 5069

This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) on the subject of
creating an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup comp.org.uniforum.

BACKGROUND

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association located in Santa
Clara, CA.  UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds
an annual UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a
monthly UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in '94 had over 1,600 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relation with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries. 

CHARTER

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters.  In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name of comp.org.uniforum
already.  The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will facilitate access to UniForum
information around the world.

This is NOT a call for votes. Barring a need for a second RFD, the
Call For Votes (CFV) will be posted approximately 21 to 30 days from
now. I intend to ask an independent third party to run the vote.

This RFD has been posted to news.announce.newgroups, news.groups,
comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, comp.org.usenix, and comp.unix.misc. Post
any discussion about this RFD to news.groups.

This RFD has been posted in accordance with the 'Requirements for
Group Creation' in 'Guidelines for Usenet Group Creation.' Its format
is based on those of several earlier RFDs.

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Tue May 31 16:08:15 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix,comp.unix.misc
Subject: CFV: comp.org.uniforum
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Date: 31 May 1994 15:51:08 -0400
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                          FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                     unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum

Newsgroups line:
Group name: comp.org.uniforum	Discussion of UniForum Association matters.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 21 Jun 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact George Bosworth <[email protected]>.


CHARTER

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters.  In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

RATIONALE

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association located in Santa
Clara, CA.  UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an
annual UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a
monthly UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in '94 had over 1,600 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relation with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name of comp.org.uniforum
already.  The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will facilitate access to UniForum
information around the world.


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
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.org.uniforum
      I vote NO on comp.org.uniforum

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.

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

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Tue Jun 14 14:40:58 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix,comp.unix.misc
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.org.uniforum
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                          LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                     unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum

Newsgroups line:
Group name: comp.org.uniforum   Discussion of UniForum Association matters.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 21 Jun 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact George Bosworth <[email protected]>.


CHARTER

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters.  In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

RATIONALE

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association located in Santa
Clara, CA.  UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an
annual UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a
monthly UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in '94 had over 1,600 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relation with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name of comp.org.uniforum
already.  The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will facilitate access to UniForum
information around the world.


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
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.org.uniforum
      I vote NO on comp.org.uniforum

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.

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



comp.org.uniforum Bounce List - No need to revote
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[email protected]                                       Brian Raymond
[email protected]                                          Michael S. Cross

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Fri Jun 24 11:08:21 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix,comp.unix.misc
Subject: RESULT: comp.org.uniforum fails 98:14
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				RESULT
	   unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum fails 98:14

There were 98 YES votes and 14 NO votes, for a total of 112 valid votes. 
There was 1 abstain and 2 invalid ballots.

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. 
Unless serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the group may
not be voted on again for six months.


Newsgroups line:
Group name: comp.org.uniforum   Discussion of UniForum Association matters.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact George Bosworth <[email protected]>.


CHARTER

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters.  In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

RATIONALE

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association located in Santa
Clara, CA.  UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an
annual UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a
monthly UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in '94 had over 1,600 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relation with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name of comp.org.uniforum
already.  The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will facilitate access to UniForum
information around the world.


comp.org.uniforum Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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[email protected]                                           Chuck Abrams
[email protected]                                        Anthony DeBoer
[email protected]                                                 Andras Salamon
[email protected]                                                     Ann Comey
[email protected]                                               Alene Kercheval
[email protected]                                                     Asa Romberger
[email protected]                                                    Jim Ault
[email protected]                                                         
[email protected]                                    Michael G. Beirne
[email protected]                                        
[email protected]                                               Beverly Winland
[email protected]                                                           Bikes
[email protected]                                               Bill Campbell
[email protected]                                               Bill Gunshannon
[email protected]                                       Shag Aristotelis
[email protected]                                                 B.J. Herbison
[email protected]                                             Doug Blair
[email protected]                                               Bob Piety
[email protected]                                     Brenda Lobb
[email protected]                                       Brian Raymond
[email protected]                                                              
[email protected]                                                             
[email protected]                                     Christopher Samuel
[email protected]                      Chris "Now uses a mac" Jackson
[email protected]                                         Chris Stamper
[email protected]                                    CONT C.T. Ward [Chris]
[email protected]                                                  Dan Smith
[email protected]                                                 David Conner
[email protected]                         Dean W. Bettinger (315/443-1070)
[email protected]                                                 Dick Shippee
[email protected]                                     Donald L. Ritchey
[email protected]                                                   Don Dugdale
[email protected]                                    Harold A. Driscoll
[email protected]                                                     
[email protected]                                                  Eric Beaudoin
[email protected]                                                 Ed Borkovsky
[email protected]                                                   Ellie Young
[email protected]                                  Julie K. Stahlhut
[email protected]                                                    Erni Wade
[email protected]                                    Scott Menter
[email protected]                                               Evan Brown
[email protected]                                                                
[email protected]                     Dave Shariff Yadallee
[email protected]                  the wireless terminal of Geoff Goodfellow
[email protected]                                          George H. Bosworth
[email protected]                                                 Paul Gerwitz
[email protected]                                                Georges Schild
[email protected]                                                    Jaci Wilson
[email protected]                                               J. B. Chambers
[email protected]                                          Joao Carlos Neves
[email protected]                                          Joseph Fortt
[email protected]                                               Jose M. daLuz
[email protected]                                                       
[email protected]                                             John Hine
[email protected]                                                            
[email protected]                                        Martin Schroeder
[email protected]                                         Laura Gillespie
[email protected]                                              Michael A. Casteel
[email protected]                                          Maggie Lee
mccalld@Sonoma.EDU                                                    CYBERMAN
mike.gruen@tophat.Pima.GOV                                          Mike Gruen
mike@sco.COM                                                    Michael Tilson
mosedale@genome.Stanford.EDU                                      Dan Mosedale
mrose@dbc.mtview.ca.us                                           Marshall Rose
mrstampe@mailbox.syr.edu                                   Marjorie R. Stamper
msc@ssihub.ssinc.com                                          Michael S. Cross
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us                                  David Muir Sharnoff
n8emr!pute!jwalp@trigger.MorningStar.Com                                      
odawa@well.sf.ca.us                                              Michael Odawa
othar@CS.berkeley.edu                                            Othar Hansson
PAUL@TDR.COM                                                     Paul Robinson
pcss!bdixon@uunet.UU.NET                                            Bill Dixon
pglenn@wci.com                                                   Patrick Glenn
phoffman@proper.com                                               Paul Hoffman
piggy@hilbert.maths.utas.edu.au                               La Monte Yarroll
pmarc@allanon.math.byu.edu                                      Paul M. Cardon
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
ray@isor.vuw.ac.nz                                                            
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
robertb@uniforum.org                                         Robert A. Boucher
roger@muenster.westfalen.de                                   Roger Schwentker
SAAST8@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                             THE PRINCE
saghari@ossi.com                                         Bahram Gorgon Saghari
sano@sra.co.jp                                             Motoyuki 'mos' Sano
scott@rusty.Kronos.COM                                                        
shirley@uniforum.org                                              Shirley Neve
siamak@kaiwan.com                                                Siamak Ansari
sidell@gene.com                                                     Ron Sidell
SIMONSC@RCWUSR.BP.COM                                                         
smoot@bugs-bunny.CS.Berkeley.EDU                                   Steve Smoot
sooz@uniforum.org                                               Susan Hoffmann
SZALEWSK@us.oracle.com                                  SZALEWSK.US.ORACLE.COM
t30rha@aetna.com                                                Robert Averack
tedl@netcom.com                                                      Ted Logan
tina@mcs.com                                                     Tina Sikorski
upulj@ossi.com                                                 Upul Jayasekera
verch@cedar.buffalo.edu                                            Jason Verch
vogelke@c-17igp.wpafb.af.mil                               Contr Karl E. Vogel

Voted No
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antersbe@informatik.tu-muenchen.de                         Stefan Antersberger
apolzer@cs.ucsd.edu                                             Andreas Polzer
condit@katie.ISRI.UNLV.EDU                                        Allen Condit
crouchkp@flidh102.delcoelect.com                                              
crp5754@erfsys01.boeing.com                                        Chris Payne
fsspr@camelot.acf-lab.alaska.edu                                  Sean P. Ryan
hson@ludd.luth.se                                              Roger H}kansson
j414@midway.uchicago.edu                                   mary-frances  jagod
jrm@globalvillag.com                                     John R. MacWilliamson
julian@bongo.tele.com                                          Julian Macassey
peterb@telerama.lm.com                                            Peter Berger
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                         Smarasderagd
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
WARD@ernie.van.forintek.ca                                        Ward F. Bush

Abstained
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mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS


Votes in error
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bbd@crj.cray.com                                                Bulletin Board
   ! Invalid address
sybase@ossi.com                                                         sybase
   ! Invalid address

From georgeb@netcom.com Fri Apr 14 17:41:21 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: georgeb@netcom.com (George H. Bosworth)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix
Subject: RFD: comp.org.uniforum
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 11 Apr 1995 18:05:45 -0400
Organization: netcom.com
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Xref: gs2.UU.NET news.announce.newgroups:6588 news.groups:144332 comp.org.ieee:3754 comp.org.sug:1335 comp.org.usenix:6153

                  REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

         Group Name:  comp.org.uniforum
             Status:  unmoderated
       Distribution:  world-wide
            Summary:  Newsgroup for announcements by and discussion
                      about UniForum Association
        Proposed by:  George Bosworth (georgeb@netcom.com)
                      UniForum member # 5069

This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) on the subject of
creating an unmoderated Usenet newsgroup comp.org.uniforum.

BACKGROUND

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association located in Santa
Clara, CA.  UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds
an annual UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a
monthly UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in '94 had over 1,600 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relation with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

CHARTER

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters.  In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name of comp.org.uniforum
already.  The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will facilitate access to UniForum
information around the world.

This is NOT a call for votes. Barring a need for a second RFD, the
Call For Votes (CFV) will be posted approximately 21 to 30 days from
now. I intend to ask an independent third party to run the vote.

This RFD has been posted to news.announce.newgroups, news.groups,
comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and comp.org.usenix. Post any discussion
about this RFD to news.groups.

This RFD has been posted in accordance with the 'Requirements for
Group Creation' in 'Guidelines for Usenet Group Creation.' Its format
is based on those of several earlier RFDs.

From jik@cam.ov.com Tue Jun  6 00:07:09 1995
Status: RO
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: jik@cam.ov.com (Jonathan I. Kamens)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix
Subject: CFV: comp.org.uniforum
Followup-To: poster
Date: 30 May 1995 16:33:38 -0400
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		     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
		 unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum

Newsgroups line:
comp.org.uniforum	UniForum Association activities.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 20 June 1995.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact Jonathan Kamens <jik@cam.ov.com> (the
votetaker).  For questions about the proposed group contact George
H. Bosworth <georgeb@netcom.com> (the proponent).

RATIONALE/ADDITIONAL NOTES

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name comp.org.uniforum
already. The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will faciliate access to UniForum information
around the world.  This CFV will be posted separately to
comp.org.uniforum so that readers of the bogus newsgroup are made
aware that it is bogus and that a vote is being conducted to make it
legitimate.

CHARTER

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association in Santa Clara CA.
UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an annual
UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a monthly
UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in 1995 has over 1,800 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relations with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters. In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
	vote comp.org.uniforum YES
	vote comp.org.uniforum NO


IMPORTANT VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES

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.  You should receive an automatic acknowledgement of your vote
within three days.  If you do not, contact the votetaker about the
problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.

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

Duplicate votes will be resolved in favor of the most recent valid
vote.

Anonymous votes will not be accepted.  Votes mailed by WWW/HTML/CGI
forms are considered anonymous votes.  (The vote must be mailed
directly from the voter to the votetaker.)

In cases where voting fraud is determined to have occurred, it is
standard operating procedure to delete ALL votes submitted by the
violator.

If you give anyone a copy of the CFV, it must be whole and unmodified.

When in doubt, ask the votetaker.


OFFICIAL SOURCES OF THE CFV

The only official sources for copies of this CFV are the UseNet
newsgroups to which it is posted by the votetaker, including
news.announce.newgroups, and the votetaker.

-- 
Jonathan Kamens  |  OpenVision Technologies, Inc.  |   jik@cam.ov.com

From jik@cam.ov.com Mon Jun 12 13:33:56 1995
Status: RO
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: jik@cam.ov.com (Jonathan I. Kamens)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.org.ieee,comp.org.sug,comp.org.usenix
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.org.uniforum
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		     SECOND CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
		 unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum

Newsgroups line:
comp.org.uniforum	UniForum Association activities.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 20 June 1995.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact Jonathan Kamens <jik@cam.ov.com> (the
votetaker).  For questions about the proposed group contact George
H. Bosworth <georgeb@netcom.com> (the proponent).

RATIONALE/ADDITIONAL NOTES

Some sites carry a bogus newsgroup by the name comp.org.uniforum
already. The official creation of comp.org.uniforum according to
agreed Usenet procedures will faciliate access to UniForum information
around the world.

The first CFV for this group said that it would be posted separately
to comp.org.uniforum so that readers of the bogus newsgroup are made
aware that it is bogus and that a vote is being conducted to make it
legitimate.  However, I (i.e., the votetaker) did not do that
reposting because I discovered that I would have had to repost the CFV
to some other widely circulated group for it to propagate to sites
that carry comp.org.uniforum, and because further research indicated
that the number of sites carrying comp.org.uniforum is apparently very
low.

CHARTER

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association in Santa Clara CA.
UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an annual
UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a monthly
UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in 1995 has over 1,800 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relations with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters. In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.

HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
	vote comp.org.uniforum YES
	vote comp.org.uniforum NO


IMPORTANT VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES

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.  You should receive an automatic acknowledgement of your vote
within three days.  If you do not, contact the votetaker about the
problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.

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

Duplicate votes will be resolved in favor of the most recent valid
vote.

Anonymous votes will not be accepted.  Votes mailed by WWW/HTML/CGI
forms are considered anonymous votes.  (The vote must be mailed
directly from the voter to the votetaker.)

In cases where voting fraud is determined to have occurred, it is
standard operating procedure to delete ALL votes submitted by the
violator.

If you give anyone a copy of the CFV, it must be whole and unmodified.

When in doubt, ask the votetaker.


OFFICIAL SOURCES OF THE CFV

The only official sources for copies of this CFV are the UseNet
newsgroups to which it is posted by the votetaker, including
news.announce.newgroups, and the votetaker.

-- 
Jonathan Kamens  |  OpenVision Technologies, Inc.  |   jik@cam.ov.com

From jik@cam.ov.com Thu Jun 22 00:21:09 1995
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Subject: RESULT: comp.org.uniforum passes 470:18
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				RESULT
	  unmoderated group comp.org.uniforum passes 470:18

There were 470 YES votes and 18 NO votes, for a total of 488 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.

Newsgroups line:
comp.org.uniforum	UniForum Association activities.

Voting closed at 23:59:59 UTC, 20 June 1995.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact Jonathan Kamens <jik@cam.ov.com>.  For
questions about the proposed group contact George H. Bosworth
<georgeb@netcom.com>.


CHARTER

The following charter was written by the proponent of the group.

UniForum, The International Association of Open Systems Professionals,
is a large Unix-related professional association in Santa Clara CA.
UniForum has over 39,000 paid and trial members, holds an annual
UniForum trade show, publishes a bimonthly UniNews and a monthly
UniForum Monthly, and publishes an annual Open Systems Product
Directory, which in 1995 has over 1,800 pages.  UniForum has 13
affiliate SIGs in U.S. cities, and affiliate relations with Unix or
Open Systems organizations in 19 countries.

The proposed unmoderated newsgroup comp.org.uniforum will be used for
announcements by UniForum staff, questions and answers about UniForum
affairs of any kind, and discussion of UniForum-related events and
matters. In operation, comp.org.uniforum will be similar to other
comp.org.* newsgroups, such as comp.org.ieee, comp.org.sug, and
comp.org.usenix.


comp.org.uniforum Final Vote Ack

The lists of voters below are alphabetized in a case-insensitive
manner by E-mail address.  Voters whose last received vote was
"abstain" had no affect on the outcome of the vote and are not listed.

Voted Yes
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
"yes" votes (470):

/G=Wing/S=Lee/OU=TXIVGP.PO7/@SMDALLAS.LANGATE.sprint.com
Fred E J Linton <0004142427@mcimail.com>
Albert Menchaca <0007252969@mcimail.com>
Ricardo Murillo <0007525221@mcimail.com>
GB28&qr4B6 <100263.17@compuserve.com>
CSH Little <70412.2641@compuserve.com>
Paul Jacob <71700.3032@compuserve.com>
Keith Mankins <72203.2373@compuserve.com>
Adrian Proctor <73322.2036@compuserve.com>
"Louis A. Oliver" <75247.2273@compuserve.com>
Pete Kellogg <75600.1460@compuserve.com>
"Gary W. Holbrook" <75667.2473@compuserve.com>
Brian Crissup <76376.3557@compuserve.com>
<oginn@phoenix.osrhe.edu> (ext 214)
Aaron.Smith@Russia.Sun.COM (Aaron Smith - Sun CIS)
Aaron Schmiedel <Aaron_Schmiedel@tritonenergy.COM>
abbas@sparc.com (Ghassan Abbas)
abe@rabbit.corp.sgi.com (Abe Collins)
Abraham.L.Kimweli@ugfua.sprint.com
ABSys@mailnet.com
adams@seas.smu.edu (James Leroy Adams)
Alexander Adolf <adolf@tsc.upc.es>
ahhurst@mmm.com
ajbarros@VNET.IBM.COM
ajit@ix.netcom.com (Ajit Menta)
Alan Sandell <alan@ist.co.uk>
"Alberto A. Martin"  <Alberto.Martin@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU>
Alex.Wu@Ebay.Sun.COM (Alex Wu)
ambaez@ENG.APPL.GE.COM (Alberto Baez)
amcgill@cts.com (Andy McGill)
"Ana Maria De Alvare'" <anamaria@anis.lauderdale.sgi.com>
anand@infosoft.com
andersn@cmdonl.com (Anders Nicolausson)
=?ISO-2022-JP?B?GyRCMEJFbEBrQTEbKEI=?=  (Nobuyoshi Andou) <andou@sdl.hitachi.co.jp>
Andrea.Rossoni@iperv.it
anita@tenon.com (Anita Holmgren)
ann@uniforum.org (Ann Comey)
anuwat <anuwat@hptlit01.thai.hp.com>
argo@ax.apc.org (Fernando Arruda)
Alexandru Rotaru - User UniFourum 25527 <arof@guru.ro>
arthur@orchard.la.locus.com
aryehs@touro.edu (Aryeh Silverberg)
atruex@sundial.sundial.net (Aubrey Truex)
Jim Ault <ault@cs.albany.edu>
aw1@stade.co.uk
"Alan W. Holley" <awh@basenji.computek.net>
babu@hal.com (Babu Turumella)
bailey@hagar.ph.utexas.edu (Ed Bailey)
baptiste@beanie.lbl.gov (Ken Baptiste)
Dave Barr <barr@math.psu.edu>
"Brent E. Boyko" <bboyko@brent.llu.edu>
berg@tc.pw.com (Eric M. Berg)
bhjjs@huber.com (Jaycy J. Shui)
bickford@cloud9.Eng.Sun.COM (Susan Bickford)
Bill.Knoche@West.Sun.COM (Bill Knoche SUN Phoenix SE)
bill@cs.uofs.edu (Bill Gunshannon)
billp@atc.olivetti.com (Bill Palleschi)
bkucera@ncsa.uiuc.edu (Barbara Kucera)
"Blasko, John F" <Blasko#m#_John_F@msmail.aai.Arco.COM>
bmccrea@aixdev1.ipn.com (Bruce McCrea)
"Balint Nagy Endre" <bne@bne.ind.eunet.hu>
Bob Birss <Bob.Birss@Eng.Sun.COM>
bobg@ixl.net (Bob German)
bobmhoon@Onramp.NET (Dunhill Technology Search)
Diane Bracken <bracken@hpisqm.cup.hp.com>
Brian Rankin <brankin@fwl.org>
brianr@netcom.com (Brian Rankin)
bruce@lcc1.nsc.com (Bruce Edmundson)
Barry Rutkin <brutkin@siac.com>
Bryan Stephenson <bryan@hpindacx.cup.hp.com>
Bill Schenk <bschenk@cisco.com>
Brett Smith <bsmith@siac.com>
buck@platinum.com
buschj@bga.com (Jeff Busch)
"Don Butler, ext. 3884" <BUTLER@cc1.unt.edu>
buzz@plus1.plus.com.au (Buzz Sanderson)
cap@hces.com (Simon Casady)
"Carlos Caballero" <carlosc@quests.com>
carlyle@VNET.IBM.COM
Candace Doyle <cdoyle@hppaft8.cup.hp.com>
celeste@xs.com (Celeste Stokely)
chad@calvin.PACorp.com (David Chadwick)
charles@cc.sps.mot.com (Charles Chan)
charles_maxson@harvard.edu
"Charles K. Acker" <charlie@acttechnico.com>
charliep@crystal-media.com (Charlie Pfefferkorn)
chas@acc.msmc.edu (CHARLES     TASOPULOS            )
chip@bedford.progress.COM (Chip Ziering)
Christopher Small <chris@das.harvard.edu>
Chris Frank <chris@landru.mtc.ti.com>
chris@suite.sw.oz.au (Chris Maltby)
Chuck DUNN <CHUCK.DUNN@syntex.com>
Chris Stamper <clstampe@mailbox.syr.edu>
cpal@ms4.mis.semi.harris.com (Christopher Paluszek)
Cynthia.Wilkie@West.Sun.COM (Cindy Wilkie - SMCC Silicon Valley South DSEM)
dale@YKnet.YK.CA
"Dan Reed" <dan@lgc.com>
danesh@CONS.connectinc.com
dasmith@fstpitch.corp.sgi.com (Dan Smith)
"Dave Saunders" <dave@intercon.com>
David Blackwood <dave@revcan.ca>
"Skinner, David ASG" <dave_skinner@Intellistor.COM>
daveh@shell.portal.com (Dave Hamilton)
David.Carlson@Eng.Sun.COM (David Carlson)
David Wolfskill <david@dhw.vip.best.com>
dbooty@ix.netcom.com (David E. Booty, Jr.)
Dan Uland <dbuland@gtetel.com>
ddavies@austin.ibm.com (Doug Davies)
"Dean W. Bettinger" <dean@mailbox.syr.edu>
delm!delm@noc.tor.hookup.net
"Steven R. Staton" <deltos!deltos.com!steve@uu.psi.com>
Derwin Skipp <derwin@skipp.inre.asu.edu>
Desmond.Chan@Eng.Sun.COM (Desmond Chan)
NYS Division for Youth <dfyedpl@transit.nyser.net>
dga@erli.com (David Aldrich)
dgillen@austin.ibm.com (Dan Gillen)
DGSBH%CUNYVM.bitnet@mitvma.mit.edu
Dick Shippee <dick@uniforum.org>
djm@summit.novell.com
djmfb@power.att.com
djpdtadm@power.att.com
"David A. Martinez G." <dmartine@campus.mty.itesm.mx>
dmh@tdc.com (David Hollander)
dn3662@sunset.sbc.com (David Neill)
doan_le@ccmailsmtp.ast.com
Dougg18183@aol.com
dpark@virtual.virtual.com (Dan M. Park - Advanced Systems Group (303) 457-4786)
dreamer@lhaven.uumh.ab.ca
duncan@bolero.okay.com (Jim Duncan)
David Francis Vesely <dvesely@clone.concordia.ca>
dwong@Novell.COM (T. David Wong)
ebhanson@xci.com (Eric B. Hanson)
ec918548@dese04.ebar.dtu.dk. (Morten Liljeberg)
ed@unican.gts.org
edb@dss.com (Ed Brencovich)
edk@maties.sun.ac.za
edpep@safir.uib.no
edwards@charon.stm.com (David Edwards)
ELARA1@jcpenney.com
elizabeth_boylan@qcunix.acc.qc.edu
ellie@usenix.org (Ellie Young)
elynn@ell.com (Ed Lynn)
Eric Goebelbecker <eric@nymt.reuter.com>
"Eric Yundt" <eric@sssi.com>
"Eric Yee" <Eric_Yee@macmail3.lbl.gov>
Enrique Sanchez Vela <esanchez@campus.mty.itesm.mx>
John Niemann <exujoni@exu.ericsson.se>
Frank Chao <fchao@world.nad.northrop.com>
FCohen@aol.com
flash@FlashBack.COM (FlashBack)
Felix Lee <flee@pssparc2.mitek.com>
Hans Forbrich <forbrich@tibalt.supernet.ab.ca>
fore@ix.netcom.com (Ted Fore )
foriley@pure.com (Fairfax C. O'Riley)
Francis.Au-Yeung@Eng.Sun.COM (Francis Au-Yeung)
Frank - Papierniak <frank@shell.portal.com>
frank@Zoran.COM (Frank Papierniak)
"Frank Brock, 513 629-2437" <frankb@eapi.com>
franknagle@wynd.net (Frank Nagle)
Fred Arredondo <fred@spectrawest.com>
fridy_jm@atc.alcoa.com
frumkin@newkla.kla.com (Michael Frumkin)
Dan Geer <geer@cam.ov.com>
Gene De Libero <gene@sne.netusa.net>
georgeb@netcom.com (George H. Bosworth)
Paul Gerwitz <gerwitz@hpcore.rdcs.Kodak.COM>
"James D. Gillmore" <gillmore@kutztown.edu>
"Sittler, Greg" <GJSITTL@saix367.sandia.gov>
Gregory McKesey <gmckesey@milkyway.com>
gopal@admin.njit.edu
"Michael D. Grapevine" <grape@nswses.navy.mil>
Greg_Rose@sibelius.sydney.sterling.com (Greg ROSE)
George Herran <grh@itg.ti.com>
John Mangrich <grich@hydra.acs.uci.edu>
Georges Schild <gs@tech.ascom.ch>
Gordon Tyrrell <gtyrrell@dub-co.bru-ro.DHL.COM>
BC <gunther@abel.math.uga.edu>
Bala Guthy <guthy@netcom.com>
gvs@convergent.com (Garrett Van Siclen)
haam@sherpa.com
hanan@minniemouse.cemax.com
hansbe@tallgrass.no (Hans J. Bergmann)
"Meinhard E. Mayer (Hardy)" <hardy@lynx.ps.uci.edu>
harold@driscoll.chi.il.us (Harold A. Driscoll)
harris@sdt.com (Val Harris)
Basil Hashem <hashem@primenet.com>
hauck@CERF.NET (Harold Hauck)
Heinz Lycklama <heinz@halcyon.com>
hermi@mufasa.Eng.Sun.COM (Harminder Singh)
hfrost@engen.engen.com (Harv Frost)
HLPrice@aol.com
hm@ix.de
HOPKINS_MARC@Tandem.COM
hsing@cylink.com (Hsing Yuan)
Vincent Hsu <hsuv@SPARKY.CS.NYU.EDU>
Husni Sayed <husni@iem.com>
hwpwh@chevron.com (Pat Whitnel)
ijack@clark.net (Jack Ingley)
jaci@apple.com (Jaci Wilson)
Jack.Collins@Eng.Sun.COM (Jack Collins)
janos@ilab.sztaki.hu
jazzbo@eliza.netaxis.com (Dave Hamilton)
jazzbo@io.com (Dave Hamilton)
jazzbo@onr.com (Dave Hamilton)
Jeff Blaine <jblaine@NDA.COM>
jcampb@ix.netcom.com (Jeff Campbell)
jdh@teamquest.com
Jeff_S._Campbell@DGC.ceo.dg.com
jeffb@uniforum.org (Jeff Bartlett)
jemettes@AGEdwards.com (Jim Mettes)
Jerry Andrews <jerry@duh.relay.net>
jfr!jfr@uunet.uu.net
jfusselm@spdmail.spd.dsccc.com (John Fusselman)
JGaryD@aol.com
Jim McCorison <jimmcc@halcyon.com>
jinevill@cybernetics.net (Justin I. Nevill)
"jjj" <jjj@pcmail.datascope.com>
jmay@ctp.com (Jason May)
JON McEACHRON <JMCEACHR@swspectrum.com>
joann@SLAC.Stanford.EDU
john@iex.com
"John J. Donegan III" <john@jjdtech.com>
John E Wynn <john@vetchfield.win-uk.net>
John Dineen/CORP/PART/CSC <John_Dineen/CORP/PART/CSC.CSC@cscmail.csc.com>
John Bruns <johnb@crt.com>
johnhi@biker.CCI.TEK.COM
johnm@pwj.com
johnsor@admin.ci.seattle.wa.us
"Jonathan Ma" <jon@Synopsys.COM>
jonathan@hollis.illuminata.com (Jonathan Eunice)
Jonboy <jonboy@io.org>
Joseph=B=Harrison%SupplyChain%InfoSys@banyan.BV.TEK.COM
Joshua Simon <joshua_simon@il.us.swissbank.com>
Joy Aswalap <joy@nectec.or.th>
jpmcg@netcom.com (John P. McGraw)
jrsmith@VNET.IBM.COM
jryan@dpc.com (jryan)
jsc@avhst2.us.dg.com (Jeff Campbell)
"Joseph S. D. Yao" <jsdy@cais.cais.com>
"J.W. Smith NASNI ISD " <jsmith@nasni.navy.mil>
kao@cepheus.com.tw (KAO SING-TE)
"Theodore S. Kapela" <kapela@cyclone.sbi.com>
KAPOOR@FNMW09.FNAL.GOV
kbb@xnet.com (Keith Bale)
Kim Biel-Nielsen <kbn@uniware.dk>
Karel Burian <kburian@deltax.cz>
kevinr <kevinr@rell.com>
khatten@netcom.com (Ken Hatten)
Kim DeVaughn <kim@shell.portal.com>
kjell@rcgnet.com (Kjell A. Olsson)
Kevin Gilhooly <kjg@dfw.net>
Sridhar Kodela <kodela@netcom.com>
Kishore Reddy <kreddy@msmail.sapient.com>
LAllin@aol.com
"Amor, Larry" <lamor@logicon.com>
"Larry Scherr" <larry@chdean.COM>
"Larry Mayfield" <larry@sssi.com>
Larry Austin <larry@worldbank.org>
Lars Flikkeid <larsf@mmte.no>
lebowits@nova.bet.ibm.com
lenny@aic.lockheed.com (Leonard J. Augustine)
Leslie Zimmerman <leslie@uniforum.org>
Allan Lieberman  <liebermn@DPW.COM>
"John C.H. Lin" <lin@cs.purdue.edu>
lisbon@vpnet.chi.il.us (Gerry Swetsky)
list-votes@dream.hb.north.de (Martin Schr"oder)
ljm@halsp.hitachi.com (Larry J. Miller)
Larry Gardner <lkg@atl.hp.com>
lloyd.cha@amd.com
"Le H Nguyen" <lnguyen@infoserv.com>
louisr@metronet.com (Louis Rael)
Lyle Bickley <lpb@CERF.NET>
"Shannon, Lew" <lshannon@uh2309p02.daytonoh.ATTGIS.COM>
Luis Antonio Fasano <Luis_Fasano@campus.mty.itesm.mx>
luke@smd.smd.sublink.ORG (Luciano Mannucci)
Lutz.Donnerhacke@Jena.Thur.De
Luis de la Vega <lvega@campus.mty.itesm.mx>
"Lance W. Bledsoe" <lwb@AvalonCorp.com>
m-kanda@str.hitachi.co.jp
m191738@mfga51.mdc.com (Daniel W. Panning)
macarte@srv.PacBell.COM (Mark A. Carter)
Peter Maclean <maclean@lsec.lete.dnd.ca>
mann@sunbird.Central.Sun.COM (Todd Mann SE SunSoft)
mao@TFS.COM (Michael O'Brien)
Aleks Margan <margan-aleks@yale.edu>
Mark.Hudson@amd.com
mark@rss.dl.nec.com (Mark Dennison)
martelli@cadlab.it (Alex Martelli)
Marty_Osborn@vos.stratus.com
Masakazu.Tachikui@Corp.Sun.COM (Masakazu Tachikui)
Matthew Almand <matthew@workstation.tamu.edu>
max@texmicro.com
Michael Bakonyi <mbakonyi@pencom.com>
Alayne McGregor <mcgregoa@Cognos.COM>
meltongl@cliffy.lfwc.lockheed.com
Michael Fagan <mfagan@panix.com>
Markus Freericks <mfx@cs.tu-berlin.de>
Executive Editor <mgoulde@psgroup.com>
michael@linex.com (Michael Lindbeck)
michael@xci.com (Michael T. Hanson)
"Michael Matthews" <Michael_Matthews@syd.sterling.com>
Mike.Carson@West.Sun.COM (Mike Carson SUN Tucson 520-577-5207)
Michael Tilson <mike@sco.COM>
mikef@efficient.com (Mike Fox)
mikeg@dacka.ebs.com (Michael Goda)
Mike Lee <mikel@sgsna.com>
Milt Webb <milt@iqsc.com>
Mac Shih/EE <minghoun@chaph.usc.edu>
misukan@asl.dl.nec.com (John Misukanis)
Mitja Trampuz <mitja.trampuz@uni-lj.si>
Mike Spitzer <mjs@sequent.com>
"MKRISHNA.US.ORACLE.COM" <MKRISHNA@us.oracle.com>
Mona.Naipo@Eng.Sun.COM (Mona Naipo)
mschmit@ix.netcom.com (Mike Schmit)
mshah@godzilla (Manish Shah)
mxn@tpd.eds.com
Marco Zamora <mzamora@spin.com.mx>
naider@sharon.sbi.com (Naider Chen)
nbaroz@encore.com (Nir Baroz)
ndallen@io.org (Nigel Allen)
nmcewen@mis.dsccc.com (Neal McEwen)
Fred Noz <noz@panix.com>
np@fortuna.fortuna.com (Padmanabhan)
npm@netcom.com (npm@netcom.com)
Nick Wilson <nwilson@ici.edu>
openmic!dlawler@uunet.uu.net
"Vince R. Solis" <rumour!orc-ny.com!vrs@uunet.uu.net>
otto@ilab.sztaki.hu (Otto Hutter)
PamelaGray@aol.com
Pat Hogan <patho@aetna-trust.com>
patm@systems.com (Pat Moore)
patp@auspex.com (Chintamani Patwardhan)
"Paul Comey" <pcomey@iclusa02.osi.icl.com>
Pierre Deruaz <mdtch!pd@relay.eunet.ch>
"Patrick D'Cruze" <pdcruze@li.org>
pfukuhar@ncg.nrcs.usda.gov (Paul Fukuhara)
Philip.Helsel@Central.Sun.COM (Philip Helsel SE San Antonio Texas 210-4904786)
Phillippe@aol.com
phoffman@proper.com (Paul Hoffman)
Pierre Martineau <pierre@martineau.com>
poorman@convex1.convex.com (Peter Poorman)
Prakash.Narayan@Eng.Sun.COM (Prakash Narayan)
Prasad.Wagle@Eng.Sun.COM (Prasad Wagle)
pretto@nutec.com (Sergio Pretto)
pshuang@MIT.EDU
DAN WINDERS <psu01258@odin.cc.pdx.edu>
psutcliffe@SIP.Unisys.COM (Paul Sutcliffe, Jr.)
psv@bpa1.sbi.com (Panagiotis Vlachopoulos)
"JP McNeely" <py4@dspy4.dsrd.ornl.gov>
rahner@zuni.litc.lockheed.com (Mark Rahner)
ram@iti.gov.sg (Ram S Kidambi)
"Robert A. Michael" <ram@sco.COM>
"S. Ramani" <ramani@saathi.ncst.ernet.in>
ramon@REX.RE.uokhsc.edu (Ramon Busick)
Randy Melen - SLAC/SCS <randym@MAILBOX.SLAC.Stanford.EDU>
Raulin Olivera <raulin@gershwin.jta.edd.ca.gov>
Ray Brownrigg <Ray.Brownrigg@isor.vuw.ac.nz>
raymond@oes.amdahl.com (Raymond Suliteanu)
rbarends@peerlogic.com (rbarends)
rebrik@phy.ucsf.edu (Sergei Rebrik)
reyes@pts.mot.com
rgr@jolly2.sci.ccny.cuny.edu (Roger Kuhlman)
RGropper@aol.com
Rich Baughman <rich@archimedes.com>
rick.caskey@pscmail.ps.net
rick@bcm.tmc.edu
rick@wti.com (Richard Hubbell)
Raymond Ngai <rngai@us.oracle.com>
robertho@south.West.Sun.COM (Robert Hosale)
roberto@keltia.freenix.fr (Ollivier Robert)
rodc@cuzco.com (Rod Creason)
Ron.Patterson@consumer.mci.com (Ron Patterson)
RONE%mimi@magic.itg.ti.com
root@rivers.dra.hmg.gb (System PRIVILEGED Account)
Rowan Fairgrove <RowanF@cache.crc.ricoh.com>
Roy_Clemmons@ccmail.bmc.com
rpg@vienna.ssds.com
"RRAGOOBE.US.ORACLE.COM" <RRAGOOBE@us.oracle.com>
rrb@locus.com (R.R.Butte)
Robin Samms <rsamms@nwsmtp.networx.com>
rsreddy@Esy.COM (Radhika S. Reddy)
"Steve Rugari (703) 329-7182" <rugaris-alx1@kaman.com>
Robin Winslett <rww@shell.com>
"B. Samuel Blanchard" <sam@bsu-cs.bsu.edu>
Greg Schueman <schueman@access.digex.net>
schumang@chicago.credence.COM (Glenn Schuman)
scott.dunbar@oit.gatech.edu (Scott Dunbar)
Scott Miklossy <scott@psi.bc.ca>
scottmik@Direct.CA (Scott Miklossy)
SDay@salud.unm.edu
J B Senturia <senturia@biology.csuohio.edu>
shah@fcmc.com (Sanjeev Shah)
sheinkin@actcom.co.il (Ofer Sheinkin)
Shon Seet <shon@tss.com>
sidcs01@bb6k35.SIP.Unisys.COM (Dave Strnad)
SIMONSC@RCWUSR.BP.COM
skoepke@netcom.com (steve koepke)
SKUMAR@morgan.com
Sten Drescher <smd@floyd.brooks.af.mil>
sooz@uniforum.org (Susan Hoffmann)
"Sparky" <sparky@voon.ee.cooper.edu>
ssacks@wpdis03.wpafb.af.mil (Stephen A. Sacks)
Steven N Smiley <ssmile1@abacus.tis.tandy.com>
steve@towery.com (Steve Peterson)
Steven.Berry@asu.edu
Steve Sundman <stevesu@fedsco.sco.COM>
sttan@acslink.net.au
sung@netcom.com (Danny Sung C/O GTE)
Susila Ramamoorthy <susila@bnlls1.nsls.bnl.gov>
"Scott Woods/TIS/Tandy" <swoodsti%tenotes{Notes:Scott.Woods/TIS/Tandy@TANDYNOTES}@mhsgate.tandy.com>
SYOUSIF@wtamu-pclab.wtamu.edu
syuan@e0sun3.ccl.itri.org.tw (atc member)
Gyorgy Szanto <szanto@ilab.sztaki.hu>
t4alau@t4ew.dot.ca.gov (Andrew Lau)
T_Alford%huac@MWMGATE1.mitre.org
take@train.ncl.omron.co.jp (=?ISO-2022-JP?B?GyRCJD8kMSQmJEEkPyQvJDgbKEI=?=/Takuji TAKEUCHI)
tc@mcs.com (Thomas Cuny)
tcg@pecas.mh.att.com
tdoyle@encore.com
testted@connectinc.com
"Francis G. Cruz   CI" <TFGCR1@chevron.com>
Thanos Mentzelopoulos <thanos@Onramp.NET>
Thanos Mentzelopoulos <thanos@onramp.net>
Jeffrey Thomas <thomas@SOLARIUM.AERO.ORG>
tibor@ilab.sztaki.hu (Tibor Remzso)
Tim Trautmann <timt@ee.pdx.edu>
tlg@aegir.srl.caltech.edu (Tom Garrard)
Tim Oborne <toborne@systems.DHL.COM>
Tom Sullivan <tom@houston.mcd.mot.com>
Tomas Jablonski <tomas@systemsix.com>
"Anthony E. Canapa" <tony@cpvax.cpses.tu.com>
tonyg@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Tony Gerber)
tonyw@ide.com
tpa@peerlogic.com (Tom Anderson)
tran@esd.dl.nec.com (Long Van Tran)
tremblay_michel@tandem.com
trk@mt747.mt.att.com
tseng@spectral.me.utexas.edu (Chung-jen Tseng)
Ted Shapin <tshapin@kaiwan.com>
tuan@pyramid.com (Tuan Cong Hoang)
tull@oes.amdahl.com (Karthi K.)
twalters@intuit.com (Tim Walters)
twilliam@cpamtx.attmail.com
Udayan_Mukherjee <udayan@hpcvn2da.cv.hp.com>
Jeff Uhlich <UHLICH@wapa.GOV>
Ulrik Schroeder <uli@isa.informatik.th-darmstadt.de>
unni@indus.inferdata.com
UZ33105@vm1.ulg.ac.be (Van de Paar)
vclevela@fedex.com (CLEVELAND/VIVIENNE  )
vishy@ciocc.arc.nasa.gov (Vishy Narayan)
vluna@campus.mty.itesm.mx
"Vince Sheeran" <vsheeran@ford.com>
wade@kegs.saic.com (Jeff Wade x5117)
Bernd Waldbauer S4 <wald@hzd-net.de>
"James J. Waldram" <waldram@cat.UWYO.EDU>
walt@adaclabs.com (Walt Klingenberg)
wasmith@oneofthem.aud.alcatel.com (Wade A. Smith)
"Steve Welch" <welch@astro.ms.esy.com.>
Wes Peters <wesp@CenSoft.COM>
William Filler <WILLIAM_FILLER@Novell.COM>
DANIEL WINDERS <winders@netcom.com>
wkearns@sunburn.West.Sun.COM (William Kearns SUN Phoenix SE)
"Michael Doyle"  <WMDOYLE@freh-01.adpc.purdue.edu>
wstargardt@pinpoint_mail1.avl.com
"William A. Strapko" <WSTRAPKO@PIT.LEGENT.COM>
XMDPEPH@bruno.dp7up.com (Ed Homko)
yas@osa.sumikin.co.jp
"Youri N. Podchosov" <ynp@ynp.dialup.access.net>
young@mpd.tandem.com (Mark Young)
zax@merckx.Corp.Sun.COM ( Sonny Dionida )

Voted No
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bliven@criinc.com
"J.T. 'Byron' Adkins" <byron@austin.ibm.com>
"G. Clark Brown" <clark@sssi.com>
Christopher Ward <cward@Think.COM>
dlewine@cheshirecat.webo.dg.com (Donald Lewine)
Keith Marks <keith@hcis.com>
khan@JTP.CS.NYU.EDU
lance@rahul.net (Lance K. Chun)
paul@ide.com
pierre@shell.portal.com
rew@CrystalData.COM (Ryan Waldron)
"Robert P. Smith" <robsmith@u.washington.edu>
ron@mpd.tandem.com (Ron Boerger)
Evil Pete <shipley@dis.org>
Smarasderagd <smarry@turing.toronto.edu>
Dwight Brown <stainles@bga.com>
Vance Strickland <strick@uts.cc.utexas.edu>
Risto Widenius <widenius@cc.helsinki.fi>

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