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From [email protected] Fri Nov  6 10:18:57 1992
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Path: rpi!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Dan Bernstein)
Subject: CFV:  comp.programming
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This is a call for votes for comp.programming, an unmoderated group for
discussions of programming issues which are not limited to a specific
machine, operating system, or language.

To vote YES, send mail to [email protected]
To vote NO, send mail to [email protected]
The content and subject line of a message are irrelevant.

Posted votes will be ignored. Votes sent in reply to this article will
be ignored. Votes will be accepted until February 20 11:59 p.m. PST.
Watch news.groups for results. My software will, if all goes well,
generate an acknowledgment for each valid vote received; I will also
periodically post lists of votes received so far. If *after two weeks*
you have neither received an acknolwedgment nor seen your name on a vote
list, send mail to [email protected] explaining the problem. Don't send me
votes in any case.

Here is the charter of comp.programming, as I expect to post to the
group periodically after it is created:

	comp.programming is an unmoderated group for discussions of
	programming issues which are not limited to a specific machine,
	operating system, or language: in particular, algorithms of all
	types. ``Programming issues'' means _practical_ programming
	issues: it is considered very bad form here to discuss issues
	with which you do not have direct programming experience.

	Any issue which is limited to a specific machine, operating
	system, or language is completely inappropriate for this group.
	If you are programming under UNIX, use comp.unix.programmer. If
	you are programming a PC, use comp.os.msdos.programmer. If you
	are programming a Mac, use comp.sys.mac.programmer. If you are
	programming an Amiga, use comp.sys.amiga.programmer. If you are
	programming a game and think that your question is of interest
	to other game programmers, use rec.games.programmer. If you're
	absolutely sure that your question is on the use of the C
	language---it wouldn't make sense if you were using a different
	language---try comp.lang.c. If your question is a meta-question
	which has to do with features of various programming languages,
	use comp.lang.misc. If your question has to do with theoretical
	results which have to do with computer science rather than
	programming, try comp.theory. Finally, if you're sure that your
	question would make sense under a variety of operating systems,
	running on a variety of machines, and in a wide variety of
	programming languages, then comp.programming is probably right.

	It's often difficult to talk about programming without quoting
	the results of that programming---i.e., code. There is nothing
	wrong with using a particular language to present code samples,
	as long as they _could_ have been expressed in various other
	languages. However, you are less likely to have your question
	understood if you illustrate it with a choice segment of APL
	than if you use pseudo-code, Algol, C, etc.

In the Request for Discussion in mid-December, I posted dozens of
subject lines from articles which had appeared in other groups and would
have been appropriate in comp.programming: for example, a posting from
Chris Torek introducing hash tables. I explained why comp.programming
was a better name than comp.programmer. There was no disagreement on
this issue during the discussion period. I also stated that
comp.software-eng had a different focus from the group that I wanted
to create; none of the articles whose subject lines I listed would have
fit into comp.software-eng. There was no disagreement on this issue
either. I also stated the following:

: Why not use comp.theory? comp.theory generally carries traffic on
: theoretical computer science---e.g., the repeated discoveries of
: o(n log n) sorting algorithms, P versus NP, the Holy Grail, etc. :-)
: comp.programming is for practical programming problems. Certainly
: there's some overlap between theory and practice, but not enough to
: eliminate the need for comp.programming. Imagine a discussion in
: comp.theory on debugging...

I would again like to emphasize that the difference between comp.theory
and comp.programming is exactly the difference between theory and
practice. comp.practice would be a confusing group name, though. :-)

I received 23 e-mail replies to the RFD. All but one were supportive.
One opined that comp.programming will become a rather trashy group. Five
suggested comp.algorithms, though two of those said that comp.algorithms
wouldn't be able to carry some of the material that comp.programming can
carry. Meanwhile, Thomas Koenig (and later Mark Brader) suggested in
news.groups that the group could be split: comp.programming.algorithms,
for example. I consider this to be an excellent suggestion. As soon as
the group carries enough traffic to deserve a split, we should figure
out what subgroups are needed.

There were thirty-odd other followups. Several people suggested
comp.algorithms, including three who said they'd vote against
comp.programming. Everyone else supported comp.programming. Several
people pointed out reasons that comp.algorithms would be a poor group
name. Most importantly, it would exclude a wide variety of programming
topics which currently don't have a home: useful debugging tricks,
floating-point representations, communications protocols, outside-in
programming, the art of designing library interfaces, etc. It would also
intersect comp.theory, but I want a group dedicated to _practical_
issues. (comp.programming.algorithms, if we create it later, will deal
with _practical_ algorithm issues.)

Anyway, there wasn't overwhelming support for comp.algorithms, and there
were several people against the name change. So the argument for safety
wins: if we create comp.programming then it's easy to create an
algorithms subgroup later, but if we create comp.algorithms then the
remainder of comp.programming will be screwed permanently. Hence the
group name remains as comp.programming.

Let's do it!

---Dan

From [email protected] Fri Nov  6 10:21:03 1992
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From: [email protected] (Dan Bernstein)
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK:  comp.programming
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This is the second call for votes for comp.programming, an unmoderated
group for discussions of programming issues which are not limited to a
specific machine, operating system, or language. This article consists
of a repeat of the original call for votes, followed by a list of the
301 votes received as of February 1.

To vote YES, send mail to [email protected]
To vote NO, send mail to [email protected]
The content and subject line of a message are irrelevant.

Posted votes will be ignored. Votes sent in reply to this article will
be ignored. Votes will be accepted until February 20 11:59 p.m. PST.
Watch news.groups for results. My software will, if all goes well,
generate an acknowledgment for each valid vote received; I will also
periodically post lists of votes received so far. If *after two weeks*
you have neither received an acknolwedgment nor seen your name on a vote
list, send mail to [email protected] explaining the problem. Don't send me
votes in any case.

Here is the charter of comp.programming, as I expect to post to the
group periodically after it is created:

	comp.programming is an unmoderated group for discussions of
	programming issues which are not limited to a specific machine,
	operating system, or language: in particular, algorithms of all
	types. ``Programming issues'' means _practical_ programming
	issues: it is considered very bad form here to discuss issues
	with which you do not have direct programming experience.

	Any issue which is limited to a specific machine, operating
	system, or language is completely inappropriate for this group.
	If you are programming under UNIX, use comp.unix.programmer. If
	you are programming a PC, use comp.os.msdos.programmer. If you
	are programming a Mac, use comp.sys.mac.programmer. If you are
	programming an Amiga, use comp.sys.amiga.programmer. If you are
	programming a game and think that your question is of interest
	to other game programmers, use rec.games.programmer. If you're
	absolutely sure that your question is on the use of the C
	language---it wouldn't make sense if you were using a different
	language---try comp.lang.c. If your question is a meta-question
	which has to do with features of various programming languages,
	use comp.lang.misc. If your question has to do with theoretical
	results which have to do with computer science rather than
	programming, try comp.theory. Finally, if you're sure that your
	question would make sense under a variety of operating systems,
	running on a variety of machines, and in a wide variety of
	programming languages, then comp.programming is probably right.

	It's often difficult to talk about programming without quoting
	the results of that programming---i.e., code. There is nothing
	wrong with using a particular language to present code samples,
	as long as they _could_ have been expressed in various other
	languages. However, you are less likely to have your question
	understood if you illustrate it with a choice segment of APL
	than if you use pseudo-code, Algol, C, etc.

In the Request for Discussion in mid-December, I posted dozens of
subject lines from articles which had appeared in other groups and would
have been appropriate in comp.programming: for example, a posting from
Chris Torek introducing hash tables. I explained why comp.programming
was a better name than comp.programmer. There was no disagreement on
this issue during the discussion period. I also stated that
comp.software-eng had a different focus from the group that I wanted
to create; none of the articles whose subject lines I listed would have
fit into comp.software-eng. There was no disagreement on this issue
either. I also stated the following:

: Why not use comp.theory? comp.theory generally carries traffic on
: theoretical computer science---e.g., the repeated discoveries of
: o(n log n) sorting algorithms, P versus NP, the Holy Grail, etc. :-)
: comp.programming is for practical programming problems. Certainly
: there's some overlap between theory and practice, but not enough to
: eliminate the need for comp.programming. Imagine a discussion in
: comp.theory on debugging...

I would again like to emphasize that the difference between comp.theory
and comp.programming is exactly the difference between theory and
practice. comp.practice would be a confusing group name, though. :-)

I received 23 e-mail replies to the RFD. All but one were supportive.
One opined that comp.programming will become a rather trashy group. Five
suggested comp.algorithms, though two of those said that comp.algorithms
wouldn't be able to carry some of the material that comp.programming can
carry. Meanwhile, Thomas Koenig (and later Mark Brader) suggested in
news.groups that the group could be split: comp.programming.algorithms,
for example. I consider this to be an excellent suggestion. As soon as
the group carries enough traffic to deserve a split, we should figure
out what subgroups are needed.

There were thirty-odd other followups. Several people suggested
comp.algorithms, including three who said they'd vote against
comp.programming. Everyone else supported comp.programming. Several
people pointed out reasons that comp.algorithms would be a poor group
name. Most importantly, it would exclude a wide variety of programming
topics which currently don't have a home: useful debugging tricks,
floating-point representations, communications protocols, outside-in
programming, the art of designing library interfaces, etc. It would also
intersect comp.theory, but I want a group dedicated to _practical_
issues. (comp.programming.algorithms, if we create it later, will deal
with _practical_ algorithm issues.)

Anyway, there wasn't overwhelming support for comp.algorithms, and there
were several people against the name change. So the argument for safety
wins: if we create comp.programming then it's easy to create an
algorithms subgroup later, but if we create comp.algorithms then the
remainder of comp.programming will be screwed permanently. Hence the
group name remains as comp.programming.

Let's do it!

As of February 1, the following votes were received. To eliminate any
possibility of error, I've simply included here the list generated by my
software. It indicates addresses (relative to ocf.berkeley.edu) and
dates received. However, I see one vote from an invalid address, and
three duplicate votes. They will be eliminated from the final tally. I
also received a few votes in my mailbox; they have been trashed.

---Dan

[email protected] (Tom Hruczkowski (Bio Eng)) Wed Jan 22 11:25:17
[email protected] (Mean Green Dancing Machine) Wed Jan 22 20:40:37
[email protected] (Tim Dierks, ToyMeister, Cray abuser) Sat Jan 25 05:16:02
[email protected] (Adrian Howard) Wed Jan 22 20:41:03
[email protected] ("A." Grant) Thu Jan 30 19:46:57
[email protected] (Alexander Hanysz) Wed Jan 22 20:40:22
[email protected] (Ajay Shah) Wed Jan 22 10:40:41
alanc (Alan Coopersmith) Fri Jan 24 22:53:32
[email protected] Sat Jan 25 18:42:16
[email protected] (Alex Dommasch) Wed Jan 22 08:49:21
[email protected] (Joe Keane) Fri Jan 24 11:13:50
[email protected] (Andy Merritt) Wed Jan 29 14:25:38
[email protected] (Wally Anderson) Sat Jan 25 19:03:26
[email protected] (Guess who?) Wed Jan 22 09:20:23
[email protected] Wed Jan 29 01:52:37
@atc.boeing.com, Wed Jan 29 06:04:50
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 19:52:22
[email protected] (Adrian Wontroba) Fri Jan 24 13:37:06
[email protected] (Tony Zamora) Wed Jan 22 08:41:01
bab%[email protected] (Brian Button) Thu Jan 23 06:20:10
[email protected] (Barry Margolin) Wed Jan 22 11:42:42
[email protected] (James C. Barrett) Wed Jan 22 08:45:53
[email protected] (Alan P Barrett) Fri Jan 24 11:45:27
[email protected] (Markus Baumeister) Thu Jan 30 13:21:12
[email protected] (Bengt Larsson) Thu Jan 23 05:15:10
[email protected]M (Berry) Fri Jan 24 10:46:13
[email protected] (Blair P. Houghton) Wed Jan 22 15:14:40
[email protected] (William K. Karwin) Thu Jan 23 00:45:10
[email protected] (Thomas K. Bischoff) Thu Jan 30 10:42:24
[email protected] (Ben Jackson) Wed Jan 22 08:46:05
[email protected] (Bj|rn Kirkerud) Tue Jan 28 22:27:01
[email protected] (Brian J. Roberts) Wed Jan 22 13:20:19
[email protected] (Brad Mears) Wed Jan 22 08:57:01
[email protected] (Bartel Meersman) Mon Jan 27 16:25:46
[email protected] (Patrick Schaaf) Sat Jan 25 19:05:22
bonser%[email protected] Sun Jan 26 20:45:12
[email protected] (Boerge Noest) Wed Jan 22 15:12:02
[email protected] (Bryan O'Sullivan) Wed Jan 22 09:02:42
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 09:48:52
[email protected] (Rolfe Bozier) Fri Jan 24 09:49:39
[email protected] (Michael Brader) Wed Jan 22 16:59:52
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 08:40:49
[email protected] Mon Jan 20 19:15:12
[email protected] (Stan Brown) Fri Jan 24 10:06:40
[email protected] (Bruno Blissenbach) Wed Jan 29 15:11:30
[email protected] (Bryan O'Connor) Wed Jan 22 13:06:50
[email protected] (Brian de Alwis) Wed Jan 22 10:00:48
[email protected] (Andrey Burago) Sat Jan 25 19:20:08
[email protected] (Frank Burleigh) Thu Jan 23 10:51:51
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 08:53:54
[email protected] (Brent W. Benson) Thu Jan 23 07:00:29
[email protected] (Clifford A Adams) Wed Jan 22 22:15:10
[email protected] (Claus Assmann) Thu Jan 23 02:25:24
<[email protected]> Thu Jan 23 02:25:10
[email protected] (Mark Thomas) Fri Jan 24 10:47:44
[email protected] (Carl Johnson - Sun EHQ - IR) Thu Jan 23 04:15:06
[email protected] (Carl J Lydick) Wed Jan 22 10:40:54
[email protected] (david carlton) Wed Jan 22 12:15:57
[email protected] (Carol Springs) Thu Jan 23 09:45:36
[email protected] (Charles Cashion) Thu Jan 23 08:40:23
[email protected] (Dan Busarow) Fri Jan 24 10:07:42
[email protected] (colin fraizer) Wed Jan 22 11:42:01
[email protected] (D. Chadwick Gibbons) Wed Jan 22 14:40:42
[email protected] (colin hogben) Mon Jan 27 01:45:19
[email protected] ("Charles Geyer") Wed Jan 22 09:49:45
[email protected] (The Technicolour Throw-up) Wed Jan 22 15:52:06
[email protected] (Young-il Choo) Mon Jan 27 14:50:15
[email protected] (Chris Olson) Wed Jan 22 09:32:12
[email protected] (Christian S. Collberg) Thu Jan 23 00:10:17
[email protected] (john c chu) Wed Jan 22 09:16:05
[email protected] (john c chu) Wed Jan 22 09:16:19
[email protected] (Erik Funkenbusch) Fri Jan 24 10:51:45
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 16:11:09
[email protected] (Crawford Logue) Mon Jan 27 22:10:34
[email protected] (Christopher Kirby) Thu Jan 30 13:20:49
[email protected] (Cloyce.) Thu Jan 23 07:50:09
[email protected] (Colin "Atilla" Steele) Wed Jan 22 15:31:39
[email protected] (Stephan Muhs) Sun Jan 26 15:10:55
[email protected] (Donald George Baker) Wed Jan 22 10:00:15
[email protected] (Robert Cook) Wed Jan 22 08:45:20
[email protected] (Daniel Corbier) Thu Jan 23 00:25:23
[email protected] (Costin RIZAN) Sun Jan 26 13:45:11
[email protected] (Randy Coulman) Wed Jan 22 22:48:46
[email protected] (John Cristy) Wed Jan 22 09:25:39
[email protected] (Joel C. Justen) Sat Jan 25 05:16:44
[email protected] (One with IDIOM) Thu Jan 23 00:31:05
[email protected] (Pastuch W D) Sat Jan 25 19:47:46
[email protected] (Frederico Terenas) Thu Jan 30 03:50:08
[email protected] (Neil Wilson) Sat Jan 25 19:47:07
[email protected] (Tom Culliton x2278) Thu Jan 23 08:40:37
[email protected] (Curt Tilmes) Wed Jan 22 09:11:14
<[email protected]> Thu Jan 23 00:30:37
daryl%[email protected] (Daryl Orts) Thu Jan 23 00:31:52
[email protected] (Dave Weintraub) Fri Jan 24 12:18:26
[email protected] Tue Jan 28 10:55:32
[email protected] (Harley Davis) Mon Jan 27 05:55:09
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 01:20:10
[email protected] (James Franklin) Sat Jan 25 19:03:45
[email protected] (Detlef Mueller) Sun Jan 26 13:45:24
[email protected] (Dave Eisen) Wed Jan 22 09:11:56
[email protected] (Doug Moore) Wed Jan 22 08:51:30
[email protected] (Paul Dourish) Wed Jan 22 12:45:11
[email protected] (Dan Bornstein) Wed Jan 22 08:51:45
[email protected] (Dave Barr) Wed Jan 22 08:52:30
[email protected] (David Sims) Fri Jan 24 12:41:42
[email protected] (David O. Tinker) Sat Jan 25 18:45:38
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 07:00:17
[email protected] ("Darren W. Morby") Fri Jan 24 11:05:34
[email protected] (Doug Philips) Thu Jan 23 10:57:48
[email protected] (Matthew Farwell) Wed Jan 22 19:42:15
[email protected] (Bastaenier) Tue Jan 28 12:20:41
[email protected] (Eggert Bjarni Thorlacius) Mon Jan 27 04:25:06
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 11:30:39
[email protected] (Edward Reid) Thu Jan 23 05:00:37
[email protected] (sherif el kassas) Thu Jan 23 01:00:49
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 08:41:47
<[email protected]> Wed Jan 22 09:15:51
[email protected] (Marcos J. C. Euzebio) Tue Jan 28 16:27:08
[email protected] (James Hague) Wed Jan 22 15:12:14
[email protected] (Brian Fitzgerald) Thu Jan 23 07:15:22
[email protected] (Freek Wiedijk) Thu Jan 23 07:45:30
[email protected] (James P. Goltz) Wed Jan 22 10:10:31
[email protected] (John R. Schwab) Wed Jan 22 08:52:44
[email protected] (Games Administrator) Wed Jan 22 15:16:50
[email protected] (Richard D. Gaushell) Fri Jan 24 15:20:37
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 11:10:29
[email protected] (Guy Helmer) Wed Jan 22 09:49:32
[email protected] (Greg Lindahl) Wed Jan 22 08:42:00
[email protected] (Glenn M. Lewis ~) Wed Jan 22 08:52:13
[email protected] (Scott Goehring) Fri Jan 24 10:45:34
[email protected] (Barry Gorman) Thu Jan 23 09:40:46
[email protected] (Grether Bernd (sorescu)) Thu Jan 23 08:40:11
[email protected] (Brian Hayes 74-35 x65129) Fri Jan 24 11:30:54
[email protected] ("Jason Howat, Archimedes Fanatic") Wed Jan 29 13:15:39
[email protected] ("Hartmut Goebel (CIP90)") Tue Jan 28 22:29:09
[email protected] ("Danny Iacovou") Mon Jan 27 07:55:06
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 09:20:20
[email protected] (Thomas Koenig) Thu Jan 23 06:55:19
icemark!sigrorn (B.E.Heinen) Sat Jan 25 18:39:43
[email protected] (Ingemar Ragnemalm) Thu Jan 23 02:50:12
[email protected] (Jacob Gore) Sat Jan 25 18:34:27
[email protected] (Jo Are Rosland) Thu Jan 23 01:45:09
[email protected] Thu Jan 30 21:30:58
[email protected] (Joan Boorstein) Fri Jan 24 10:45:27
[email protected] (Joe Brownlee) Wed Jan 22 10:00:34
[email protected] (Justin Clark) Wed Jan 22 10:47:00
[email protected] (Jim Davis) Wed Jan 22 11:01:03
[email protected] (Jeff Holcomb ) Fri Jan 24 12:42:45
[email protected] (Randell Jesup) Wed Jan 22 14:40:28
[email protected] (John G Dobnick) Fri Jan 31 18:10:17
[email protected] (Jan Dj{rv) Wed Jan 22 16:21:25
[email protected] (John Henders) Wed Jan 22 19:26:13
[email protected] (Jamie Mason) Mon Jan 27 07:45:34
[email protected] ("John B. Matthews") Fri Jan 24 12:19:03
[email protected] (Jay Maynard) Wed Jan 22 13:26:26
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 10:41:08
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 04:45:15
[email protected] (Jos Horsmeier) Wed Jan 22 08:53:12
[email protected] (John R. Dennison) Wed Jan 22 19:31:40
[email protected] (Anders Juul Munch) Thu Jan 23 11:10:52
[email protected] (Jamie R. McCarthy) Wed Jan 22 08:57:33
[email protected] (Krishna E. Bera) Thu Jan 23 06:50:34
[email protected] (Keith Clarke) Wed Jan 22 20:40:49
[email protected] (Chris Dollin) Thu Jan 23 02:25:36
[email protected] (Kevin Glavin) Thu Jan 23 01:55:11
[email protected] (Keith Walker) Thu Jan 23 11:13:05
[email protected] (Kevin Fitzpatrick) Thu Jan 23 05:10:12
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 17:26:57
[email protected] (Karl Kleine) Tue Jan 28 14:10:52
[email protected] (Krishna Kunchithapadam) Fri Jan 24 09:48:38
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 11:12:59
[email protected] (Kevin Braunsdorf) Wed Jan 22 08:41:14
[email protected] (keith trussell) Thu Jan 30 13:52:17
[email protected] (Swift) Tue Jan 28 03:40:12
[email protected] (Leonid A. Broukhis) Sun Jan 26 14:10:22
[email protected] (Larry Rosenman) Wed Jan 22 22:51:51
[email protected] (Daniel LaLiberte) Thu Jan 23 11:36:53
[email protected] Sun Jan 26 23:22:11
[email protected] (Ernst Lippe) Thu Jan 23 09:41:00
[email protected] (Luc Rooijakkers) Fri Jan 24 10:07:08
[email protected] (Magnus Olsson) Thu Jan 23 03:25:06
[email protected] (Andy Malis) Tue Jan 28 10:25:13
[email protected] (Vince Manis) Wed Jan 29 16:55:16
[email protected] (mark.lawrence) Thu Jan 23 07:50:42
[email protected] (Mark Valentine) Wed Jan 22 12:16:28
[email protected] (Markus Witt) Fri Jan 24 13:35:59
[email protected] (Alex Martelli) Fri Jan 24 14:46:32
[email protected] (Mike Bell) Thu Jan 23 06:10:29
mc3078c%[email protected] (Michael A. Chance - HQ) Mon Jan 27 07:45:47
[email protected] (Scott McMahan -- Genesis mailing list owner) Mon Jan 27 17:11:08
[email protected] (doug mcnaught) Wed Jan 22 12:16:44
memyam!meggers (Markus Eggers) Sun Jan 26 15:10:43
[email protected] (Matthias Imhof) Wed Jan 22 09:31:16
<[email protected]> Wed Jan 22 10:45:53
[email protected] (Matthew Jude Brown) Wed Jan 22 20:41:53
[email protected] (M. J. Saltzman) Wed Jan 22 08:57:16
[email protected] (Michel J. Tremblay) Fri Jan 24 12:02:15
[email protected] ("David J. Fiander") Thu Jan 23 06:30:09
[email protected] (Michael S. Muegel) Fri Jan 24 10:59:24
[email protected] ("Marjan Erzen (CIP 91)") Thu Jan 23 06:50:09
[email protected] (Martti Toivakka PAP) Thu Jan 23 00:15:07
[email protected] (M.N. Muthu) Fri Jan 24 10:05:43
[email protected] Tue Jan 28 21:30:20
[email protected] (Neil Galarneau) Tue Jan 28 18:00:27
[email protected] (Oliver Laumann) Wed Jan 22 13:00:21
[email protected] (Oliver Laumann) Wed Jan 22 14:01:08
[email protected] (Stephen Bashore) Mon Jan 27 12:15:00
[email protected] (nic) Fri Jan 24 12:02:39
[email protected] (Norvald Espedal) Thu Jan 23 07:15:09
[email protected] Sat Jan 25 18:40:12
[email protected] Sun Jan 26 19:40:26
[email protected] (Graham O'Neil) Wed Jan 22 10:40:28
[email protected] (Patricio Ortiz) Wed Jan 22 09:11:31
[email protected] ("Ozan Yigit") Wed Jan 22 08:41:35
[email protected] (Paul A Sand) Wed Jan 22 09:16:48
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 19:36:12
[email protected] (Po Shan Cheah) Wed Jan 22 09:02:29
[email protected] (pc) Fri Jan 24 10:51:21
[email protected] (Peter N Lewis) Wed Jan 22 16:33:21
[email protected] (Peter Funk) Fri Jan 24 10:46:44
phardie%[email protected] (Pete Hardie) Thu Jan 23 09:39:39
[email protected] (Pim Buurman) Fri Jan 24 11:12:43
[email protected] (Patrick Seemann) Thu Jan 23 05:00:24
[email protected] (Philthy (Phil) Malin) Sat Jan 25 18:42:02
[email protected] (Philippe R. VILLARD) Fri Jan 24 13:32:37
[email protected] (Richard E. Banks Jr.) Fri Jan 31 13:11:27
[email protected] (Pete Resnick) Wed Jan 22 09:55:26
[email protected] (Brian Reynolds) Thu Jan 23 09:55:56
[email protected] (Bob Haar) Wed Jan 22 09:16:32
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 16:11:38
[email protected] (Haydn Richardson) Thu Jan 23 06:50:22
[email protected] (Richard Parvin Jernigan) Wed Jan 22 08:45:41
[email protected] (Richard H. Miller) Wed Jan 22 08:53:28
[email protected] (Ric Hilderink) Sun Jan 26 23:46:14
[email protected] (Robert J Carter) Tue Jan 28 11:50:33
[email protected] (Rob Quinn) Wed Jan 22 16:11:21
[email protected] (Randall Krebs) Fri Jan 24 10:06:27
[email protected] (Roar Foshaug) Thu Jan 23 04:20:09
robert%[email protected] ("Robert A. Osborne") Thu Jan 30 14:00:44
[email protected] (Brenda J. Roder) Wed Jan 22 09:03:18
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 10:58:33
[email protected] ("Russell S. Finn") Wed Jan 22 20:04:08
[email protected] (Scott Riegelhaupt-Herzig) Wed Jan 22 12:16:12
[email protected] (Scott Stevens) Fri Jan 24 11:31:32
[email protected] (Steve Summit) Mon Jan 27 09:15:10
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 14:00:24
[email protected] (Erik Seaberg) Tue Jan 28 15:11:26
[email protected] (Stefan Eggers) Sun Jan 26 15:10:30
[email protected] (Seth Breidbart) Wed Jan 22 10:51:29
[email protected] (Subash Shankar) Thu Jan 23 11:01:20
[email protected] (Stig Jacobsen) Fri Jan 24 11:46:15
[email protected] (Simon Guest) Fri Jan 24 12:03:21
[email protected] (Samuel N Kamens) Wed Jan 22 08:45:33
[email protected] (Lars Soltau) Fri Jan 24 12:19:19
[email protected] (Steve Rogers) Fri Jan 24 14:46:19
[email protected] (Don Lewis) Sat Jan 25 20:00:22
[email protected] (Stephan Niemz) Sun Jan 26 14:45:12
[email protected] (Steve Barnhouse) Thu Jan 30 17:58:47
[email protected] (Steve Tibbett) Sun Jan 26 13:40:49
[email protected] (Stig Hemmer) Wed Jan 22 20:10:30
[email protected] (Kartik Subbarao) Wed Jan 22 09:03:04
[email protected] (Visualize Whirled Peas) Fri Jan 24 10:06:12
[email protected] (Tom Limoncelli) Wed Jan 22 19:41:59
[email protected] (Tim Ramsey) Wed Jan 22 09:11:43
[email protected] (Tomi  H Engdahl) Fri Jan 24 10:05:59
[email protected] (Theodor Ivesdal) Thu Jan 23 07:20:08
[email protected] (Thomas Okken) Wed Jan 22 09:55:57
[email protected] (Jussi Heinonen) Wed Jan 22 15:28:24
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 06:55:07
[email protected] ("Todd L. Masco") Wed Jan 22 12:30:43
[email protected] ("Thomas M. Breeden") Thu Jan 23 06:10:15
Tom Fitzgerald	<[email protected]> Fri Jan 24 11:14:04
[email protected] (Tom Granvold) Tue Jan 28 09:10:50
[email protected] (Tom Horsley) Wed Jan 22 11:01:20
[email protected] (Tony Mountifield) Thu Jan 23 05:30:09
[email protected] (Chris Torek) Sun Jan 26 15:10:13
[email protected] (Linus Benedict Torvalds) Thu Jan 23 10:51:37
[email protected] ("Wolfgang Tremmel, Postmaster") Wed Jan 22 08:56:31
[email protected] (Stephen C. Trier) Thu Jan 23 09:10:28
[email protected] (Tuomas 'Snow' Siren) Wed Jan 22 22:50:37
[email protected] (Ted "Theodore" W. Leung) Wed Jan 22 10:20:27
[email protected] (ury segal) Sun Jan 26 05:20:10
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 13:36:50
[email protected] (Vince Mehringer) Fri Jan 24 09:49:53
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 01:45:25
[email protected] Sun Jan 26 17:40:20
[email protected] (William Wake) Wed Jan 22 09:48:18
[email protected] (David Wald) Wed Jan 22 08:46:19
[email protected] (William Wonneberger) Mon Jan 27 12:30:58
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 09:48:31
[email protected] (Rodent (Phil Weiss)) Fri Jan 24 10:07:28
[email protected] (Bill HEELAN) Wed Jan 22 21:08:25
[email protected] (Wietse Venema) Wed Jan 22 14:15:10
[email protected] (Winfried Winkler) Thu Jan 23 01:40:12
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 08:51:59
[email protected] (Lars Wirzenius) Wed Jan 22 19:51:04
[email protected] (Garrett Wollman) Wed Jan 22 19:31:20
[email protected] (Bill Venables) Wed Jan 22 14:00:54
<[email protected]> Fri Jan 24 10:48:11
YZKCU%[email protected] (Yaakov Kayman) Wed Jan 22 09:48:44
[email protected] (Rodd Zurcher) Wed Jan 22 19:25:46



From [email protected] Fri Nov  6 10:23:20 1992
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Path: rpi!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Dan Bernstein)
Subject: RESULT:  comp.programming passes 403:47
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Here's the comp.programming tally. There were 403 valid yes votes and 47
valid no votes. So comp.programming passes by a wide margin. There were
also five duplicate yes votes and one yes vote with an invalid address,
probably caused by mailer errors. Votes mailed to me were, as was stated
in the CFV, ignored; there were two such votes.

There will be a five-day waiting period to revise the tally in case of
lost votes. Please post any comments on the vote, including lost votes,
to news.groups; do not mail them to me. Barring a Vogon invasion or some
other unlikely event, David Lawrence will send out a newgroup message
for comp.programming at the end of the waiting period.

Below is the vote list. The date next to an address is the date when my
software received the vote. Note that addresses are relative to
ocf.berkeley.edu.

---Dan

NO:

[email protected] Sat Jan 25 18:42:16
[email protected] (Guess who?) Wed Jan 22 09:20:23
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 19:52:22
[email protected] (James C. Barrett) Wed Jan 22 08:45:53
[email protected] (Bill Kinnersley) Tue Feb  4 11:41:41
[email protected] (William K. Karwin) Thu Jan 23 00:45:10
[email protected] (Stan Brown) Fri Jan 24 10:06:40
[email protected] (Brian de Alwis) Wed Jan 22 10:00:48
[email protected] (D. Chadwick Gibbons) Wed Jan 22 14:40:42
[email protected] (John Cristy) Wed Jan 22 09:25:39
[email protected] (Tom Culliton x2278) Thu Jan 23 08:40:37
[email protected] (David E. Joyce) Tue Feb  4 09:20:21
[email protected] (Dave Barr) Wed Jan 22 08:52:30
[email protected] (David Sims) Fri Jan 24 12:41:42
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 11:30:39
[email protected] Tue Feb  4 11:10:41
<[email protected]> Wed Jan 22 09:15:51
[email protected] (Greg Lindahl) Wed Jan 22 08:42:00
[email protected] (Scott Goehring) Fri Jan 24 10:45:34
[email protected] (Ingemar Ragnemalm) Thu Jan 23 02:50:12
[email protected] (John G Dobnick) Fri Jan 31 18:10:17
[email protected] ("John B. Matthews") Fri Jan 24 12:19:03
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 10:41:08
[email protected] (John Blasik) Thu Feb  6 23:31:39
[email protected] (Keith Walker) Thu Jan 23 11:13:05
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 11:12:59
[email protected] (Kevin Braunsdorf) Wed Jan 22 08:41:14
[email protected] (Alan Epstein) Tue Feb  4 19:21:05
[email protected] (Michel J. Tremblay) Fri Jan 24 12:02:15
[email protected] (nic) Fri Jan 24 12:02:39
[email protected] (Norman J. Meluch) Tue Feb  4 12:40:48
[email protected] (Randall Krebs) Fri Jan 24 10:06:27
[email protected] Tue Feb  4 07:20:32
[email protected] (Roar Foshaug) Thu Jan 23 04:20:09
[email protected] (Richard Stevens) Tue Feb  4 02:30:09
[email protected] (Michael Sanderson) Tue Feb  4 10:10:30
[email protected] (timothy shimeall) Tue Feb  4 09:28:50
[email protected] (Scott J. Kramer) (()) Wed Feb 19 13:14:38
[email protected] (Scott Draves) Tue Feb  4 09:40:22
[email protected] (Stig Hemmer) Wed Jan 22 20:10:30
[email protected] (Tom Limoncelli) Wed Jan 22 19:41:59
[email protected] ("Todd L. Masco") Wed Jan 22 12:30:43
Tom Fitzgerald	<[email protected]> Fri Jan 24 11:14:04
[email protected] ("Wolfgang Tremmel, Postmaster") Wed Jan 22 08:56:31
[email protected] (Stephen C. Trier) Thu Jan 23 09:10:28
[email protected] (Mark R. Ludwig) Tue Feb 18 17:46:18
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 09:48:31

YES:

[email protected] (Ed Grether) Sat Feb  8 15:20:12
[email protected] (Tom Hruczkowski (Bio Eng)) Wed Jan 22 11:25:17
[email protected] (Mean Green Dancing Machine) Wed Jan 22 20:40:37
[email protected] (Tim Dierks, ToyMeister, Cray abuser) Sat Jan 25 05:16:02
[email protected] ( SNEERINGER) Thu Feb 20 10:31:24
[email protected] (Adrian Howard) Wed Jan 22 20:41:03
<[email protected]> Tue Feb  4 08:55:14
[email protected] ("A." Grant) Thu Jan 30 19:46:57
[email protected] (Richard Banks) Fri Feb  7 23:40:11
[email protected] (Alexander Hanysz) Wed Jan 22 20:40:22
[email protected] (Ajay Shah) Wed Jan 22 10:40:41
alanc (Alan Coopersmith) Fri Jan 24 22:53:32
[email protected] (Alan Watson) Thu Feb 20 16:56:37
[email protected] (Anthony Lapadula) Tue Feb  4 09:45:08
[email protected] (Alex Dommasch) Wed Jan 22 08:49:21
[email protected] (Ambarish Malpani) Tue Feb 11 14:18:33
[email protected] (Joe Keane) Fri Jan 24 11:13:50
[email protected] (Andy Merritt) Wed Jan 29 14:25:38
[email protected] (Anders Lundquist ) Tue Feb  4 02:25:07
[email protected] (Wally Anderson) Sat Jan 25 19:03:26
[email protected] (Andreas Roemer) Sat Feb  8 05:40:06
[email protected] (Andrew Mullhaupt) Tue Feb  4 19:31:46
[email protected] (Arie Rudich) Mon Feb 10 07:28:04
[email protected] Wed Jan 29 01:52:37
[email protected] (Arthur Rubin) Tue Feb  4 08:55:28
[email protected] (Thin Layer Of Pond Scum) Mon Feb  3 22:20:31
[email protected] (Adrian Wontroba) Fri Jan 24 13:37:06
[email protected] (Tony Zamora) Wed Jan 22 08:41:01
bab%[email protected] (Brian Button) Thu Jan 23 06:20:10
[email protected] (Barry Margolin) Wed Jan 22 11:42:42
[email protected] (Alan P Barrett) Fri Jan 24 11:45:27
[email protected] (Markus Baumeister) Thu Jan 30 13:21:12
[email protected] (Thomas Bellman) Tue Feb  4 21:10:11
[email protected] (Bengt Larsson) Thu Jan 23 05:15:10
[email protected] (Berry) Fri Jan 24 10:46:13
[email protected] (Blair P. Houghton) Wed Jan 22 15:14:40
[email protected] (Robert Hutchison) Tue Feb  4 10:11:09
[email protected] (Thomas K. Bischoff) Thu Jan 30 10:42:24
[email protected] (Ben Jackson) Wed Jan 22 08:46:05
[email protected] (Bj|rn Carlsson ) Tue Feb  4 01:46:44
[email protected] (Bj|rn Kirkerud) Tue Jan 28 22:27:01
[email protected] (Brian J. Roberts) Wed Jan 22 13:20:19
[email protected] (Brad Mears) Wed Jan 22 08:57:01
[email protected] (Bartel Meersman) Mon Jan 27 16:25:46
[email protected] (Patrick Schaaf) Sat Jan 25 19:05:22
[email protected] (Kristian Nielsen) Wed Feb  5 09:25:58
bonser%[email protected] Sun Jan 26 20:45:12
[email protected] (Boerge Noest) Wed Jan 22 15:12:02
[email protected] (Bryan O'Sullivan) Wed Jan 22 09:02:42
[email protected] Fri Jan 24 09:48:52
[email protected] (Rolfe Bozier) Fri Jan 24 09:49:39
[email protected] (Michael Brader) Wed Jan 22 16:59:52
[email protected] (Brendan Kehoe) Tue Feb  4 18:58:23
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 08:40:49
[email protected] Mon Jan 20 19:15:12
[email protected] (Bruno Blissenbach) Wed Jan 29 15:11:30
[email protected] (Bryan O'Connor) Wed Jan 22 13:06:50
[email protected] (Brian de Alwis) Tue Feb  4 09:20:08
[email protected] (Andrey Burago) Sat Jan 25 19:20:08
[email protected] (Frank Burleigh) Thu Jan 23 10:51:51
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 08:53:54
[email protected] (Brent W. Benson) Thu Jan 23 07:00:29
[email protected] (Clifford A Adams) Wed Jan 22 22:15:10
[email protected] (Claus Assmann) Thu Jan 23 02:25:24
[email protected] (Mark Thomas) Fri Jan 24 10:47:44
[email protected] (Carl Johnson - Sun EHQ - IR) Thu Jan 23 04:15:06
[email protected] (Carl J Lydick) Wed Jan 22 10:40:54
[email protected] (david carlton) Wed Jan 22 12:15:57
[email protected] (Carol Springs) Thu Jan 23 09:45:36
[email protected] (Chris Barber) Wed Feb  5 09:25:33
[email protected] (Charles Cashion) Thu Jan 23 08:40:23
[email protected] (Dan Busarow) Fri Jan 24 10:07:42
[email protected] (colin fraizer) Wed Jan 22 11:42:01
[email protected] (Alex Chaffee) Thu Feb  6 16:42:22
[email protected] (colin hogben) Mon Jan 27 01:45:19
[email protected] (Chaim Frenkel) Tue Feb  4 21:00:49
[email protected] ("Charles Geyer") Wed Jan 22 09:49:45
[email protected] (Chet Laughlin) Tue Feb  4 12:17:33
[email protected] (The Technicolour Throw-up) Wed Jan 22 15:52:06
[email protected] (Young-il Choo) Mon Jan 27 14:50:15
[email protected] (Chris Olson) Wed Jan 22 09:32:12
[email protected] (Christian S. Collberg) Thu Jan 23 00:10:17
[email protected] (john c chu) Wed Jan 22 09:16:05
chuahl (Chua HakLien) Thu Feb  6 20:55:51
[email protected] (Erik Funkenbusch) Fri Jan 24 10:51:45
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 16:11:09
[email protected] ("Chad Freeman") Fri Feb  7 08:40:15
[email protected] (Crawford Logue) Mon Jan 27 22:10:34
[email protected] (Christopher Kirby) Thu Jan 30 13:20:49
[email protected] (Cloyce.) Thu Jan 23 07:50:09
[email protected] (Colin "Atilla" Steele) Wed Jan 22 15:31:39
[email protected] (Stephan Muhs) Sun Jan 26 15:10:55
[email protected] (Donald George Baker) Wed Jan 22 10:00:15
[email protected] (Robert Cook) Wed Jan 22 08:45:20
[email protected] (Daniel Corbier) Thu Jan 23 00:25:23
[email protected] (Costin RIZAN) Sun Jan 26 13:45:11
[email protected] (Randy Coulman) Wed Jan 22 22:48:46
[email protected] (Joel C. Justen) Sat Jan 25 05:16:44
[email protected] (One with IDIOM) Thu Jan 23 00:31:05
[email protected] (Roger D Binns) Tue Feb  4 04:45:10
[email protected] (Pastuch W D) Sat Jan 25 19:47:46
[email protected] (Frederico Terenas) Thu Jan 30 03:50:08
[email protected] (Neil Wilson) Sat Jan 25 19:47:07
[email protected] ("C." Vandy) Tue Feb  4 21:00:18
[email protected] (Constantine Sourelis) Mon Feb  3 21:50:12
[email protected] (Kharanth elMorak) Tue Feb  4 08:20:24
[email protected] (Curt Tilmes) Wed Jan 22 09:11:14
[email protected] Tue Feb  4 02:45:08
<[email protected]> Thu Jan 23 00:30:37
daryl%[email protected] (Daryl Orts) Thu Jan 23 00:31:52
[email protected] ("Dave Schaumann") Tue Feb  4 19:43:35
[email protected] (Dave Goldblatt) Tue Feb  4 15:29:20
[email protected] (Dave Weintraub) Fri Jan 24 12:18:26
[email protected] Tue Jan 28 10:55:32
[email protected] (Harley Davis) Mon Jan 27 05:55:09
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 01:20:10
[email protected] (David Barnett) Tue Feb  4 12:20:27
[email protected] (Ben Haller) Fri Feb  7 15:55:13
[email protected] (James Franklin) Sat Jan 25 19:03:45
[email protected] (Rene Dekker) Thu Feb  6 05:25:05
[email protected] (Kevin Denelsbeck) Mon Feb 10 19:25:58
[email protected] (Detlef Mueller) Sun Jan 26 13:45:24
[email protected] Sat Feb  1 01:30:13
[email protected] (Garth Dickie) Tue Feb  4 11:16:30
[email protected] (Dave Eisen) Wed Jan 22 09:11:56
[email protected] (David Moore) Sat Feb  8 07:20:06
[email protected] (John Stracke) Thu Feb  6 12:53:08
[email protected] (Doug Moore) Wed Jan 22 08:51:30
[email protected] (Paul Dourish) Wed Jan 22 12:45:11
[email protected] (Dan Bornstein) Wed Jan 22 08:51:45
[email protected] (David O. Tinker) Sat Jan 25 18:45:38
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 07:00:17
[email protected] ("Darren W. Morby") Fri Jan 24 11:05:34
[email protected] (Doug Philips) Thu Jan 23 10:57:48
DYAEB%[email protected] ("David Aston") Mon Feb 17 18:50:10
[email protected] (Matthew Farwell) Wed Jan 22 19:42:15
[email protected] (David Ziegler) Tue Feb  4 10:46:05
[email protected] (Bastaenier) Tue Jan 28 12:20:41
[email protected] (Eggert Bjarni Thorlacius) Mon Jan 27 04:25:06
[email protected] (Edward Reid) Thu Jan 23 05:00:37
[email protected] (sherif el kassas) Thu Jan 23 01:00:49
[email protected] Wed Jan 22 08:41:47
[email protected] (Marcos J. C. Euzebio) Tue Jan 28 16:27:08
[email protected] (James Hague) Wed Jan 22 15:12:14
[email protected] (Pontus Svenson ) Fri Feb  7 03:20:09
[email protected] (Brian Fitzgerald) Thu Jan 23 07:15:22
[email protected] (Maurizio Vitale) Sat Feb  1 00:20:12
[email protected] (Fred Whiteside) Tue Feb  4 09:10:23
[email protected] (Freek Wiedijk) Thu Jan 23 07:45:30
[email protected] (James P. Goltz) Wed Jan 22 10:10:31
[email protected] (John R. Schwab) Wed Jan 22 08:52:44
[email protected] (Games Administrator) Wed Jan 22 15:16:50
[email protected] (Richard D. Gaushell) Fri Jan 24 15:20:37
[email protected] ("Jonathan Dursi, VE1CBP") Thu Feb  6 05:20:07
[email protected] Thu Jan 23 11:10:29
[email protected] (Geoffrey Coombs) Tue Feb  4 19:25:13
[email protected] (Michael Gerlek) Sun Feb  9 10:45:12
[email protected] (Gerry Hawkins) Tue Feb  4 08:55:42
[email protected] (Guy Helmer) Wed Jan 22 09:49:32
[email protected] (Greg Black) Sun Feb  9 17:50:11
[email protected] (Martin J. Gleeson) Tue Feb  4 00:50:17
[email protected] (Glenn M. Lewis ~) Wed Jan 22 08:52:13
[email protected] Tue Feb  4 09:55:40
[email protected] (G|rel Hedin) Tue Feb  4 08:45:07
[email protected] (Barry Gorman) Thu Jan 23 09:40:46
[email protected] (Gerben 'P' Vos) Thu Feb  6 12:41:28
[email protected] (Grant Robinson) Wed Feb  5 18:20:12
[email protected] (Grether Bernd (sorescu)) Thu Jan 23 08:40:11
[email protected] (George V. Reilly) Mon Feb  3 19:50:14
[email protected] (Hans Kinwel) Tue Feb  4 21:51:22
[email protected] (Brian Hayes 74-35 x65129) Fri Jan 24 11:30:54
[email protected] (Juergen Weinelt) Wed Feb  5 09:26:23
[email protected] (Herbert Leitz) Tue Feb  4 02:15:07
[email protected] (Paul Hoefling) Tue Feb  4 11:10:56
[email protected] (Edward C. Hook) Tue Feb  4 05:40:07
[email protected] ("Jason Howat, Archimedes Fanatic") Wed Jan 29 13:15:39
[email protected] (Peter Holzer) Thu Feb  6 01:25:15
[email protected] ("Hartmut Goebel (CIP90)") Tue Jan 28 22:29:09
[email protected] (Kari Hurtta) Mon Feb  3 23:00:34
[email protected] ("Danny Iacovou") Mon Jan 27 07:55:06
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 09:20:20
[email protected] (Thomas Koenig) Thu Jan 23 06:55:19
icemark!sigrorn (B.E.Heinen) Sat Jan 25 18:39:43
IO92143%[email protected] (Donna Foster) Wed Feb  5 02:25:18
[email protected] (Jacob Gore) Sat Jan 25 18:34:27
[email protected] (Jo Are Rosland) Thu Jan 23 01:45:09
[email protected] Thu Jan 30 21:30:58
[email protected] (Joan Boorstein) Fri Jan 24 10:45:27
[email protected] (Joe Brownlee) Wed Jan 22 10:00:34
[email protected] ("john  cavallino") Tue Feb  4 05:50:07
[email protected] (Justin Clark) Wed Jan 22 10:47:00
[email protected] (Jim Davis) Wed Jan 22 11:01:03
[email protected] (James da Silva) Tue Feb  4 08:20:12
[email protected] (jeff cook) Tue Feb  4 07:50:11
[email protected] (Jeff Holcomb ) Fri Jan 24 12:42:45
[email protected] (Jesse Jones) Tue Feb  4 07:30:09
[email protected] (Randell Jesup) Wed Jan 22 14:40:28
[email protected] (Jerome Freedman) Tue Feb  4 04:55:06
[email protected] (Jan Dj{rv) Wed Jan 22 16:21:25
[email protected] (John Henders) Wed Jan 22 19:26:13
[email protected] (Henri Schueler) Wed Feb  5 11:40:38
[email protected] (Jamie Mason) Mon Jan 27 07:45:34
[email protected] (Jay Maynard) Wed Jan 22 13:26:26
[email protected] (John Nemeth) Wed Feb  5 00:50:07
[email protected] (John Gallant) Tue Feb  4 18:57:56
[email protected] (John D. Mitchell) Tue Feb  4 09:55:15
[email protected] Wed Feb 19 05:20:07
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 04:45:15
[email protected] (Jos Horsmeier) Wed Jan 22 08:53:12
[email protected] Tue Feb  4 03:10:07
[email protected] (John R. Dennison) Wed Jan 22 19:31:40
[email protected] (Joseph R. Justice) Thu Feb 13 19:20:24
[email protected] (Anders Juul Munch) Thu Jan 23 11:10:52
[email protected] (Jamie R. McCarthy) Wed Jan 22 08:57:33
[email protected] (Krishna E. Bera) Thu Jan 23 06:50:34
[email protected] (Keith Clarke) Wed Jan 22 20:40:49
[email protected] (Chris Dollin) Thu Jan 23 02:25:36
[email protected] (Kevin Glavin) Thu Jan 23 01:55:11
[email protected] (Kevin Fitzpatrick) Thu Jan 23 05:10:12
[email protected] Mon Jan 27 17:26:57
[email protected] (Karl Kleine) Tue Jan 28 14:10:52
[email protected] (Steven A Klocek) Tue Feb  4 21:51:01
[email protected] (Krishna Kunchithapadam) Fri Jan 24 09:48:38
[email protected] (keith trussell) Thu Jan 30 13:52:17
[email protected] (Swift) Tue Jan 28 03:40:12
[email protected] (Leonid A. Broukhis) Sun Jan 26 14:10:22
[email protected] (Larry Rosenman) Wed Jan 22 22:51:51
[email protected] (Daniel LaLiberte) Thu Jan 23 11:36:53
[email protected] Sun Jan 26 23:22:11
[email protected] (Jeff Lin) Mon Feb 17 21:55:17
[email protected] (Ernst Lippe) Thu Jan 23 09:41:00
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