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Licensing ( comp.software.licensing )
 
From gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com Fri Jun 19 13:20:32 1992
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From: gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com (Marc S. Gibian)
Subject: RFD: comp.software.licensing
Message-ID: <1992Jun19.040624.6119@uunet.uu.net>
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Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
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RFD: comp.software.licensing

Request for discussion regarding the creation of:  comp.software.licensing
-------------------------------------------------

  NOTE: Please everyone, do *not* respond by email to me or any
  others unless specifically requested to do so, i.e. offline
  discussions or voting when the time comes.  Note also that I
  check the newsgroup "news.groups" daily for new discussion items
  and am keeping a discussion file that gets all discussion items
  appended to it.  A summary will be posted in the upcoming "Call
  for Votes (CFV)".  All current discussion posts pertaining to
  this issue may be found in "news.groups".

Proposed Charter
----------------

This newsgroup will be a forum for discussing software
licensing technology.  It is proposed as an UNMODERATED group to
encourage the free flow of ideas and experiences with this relatively
new and very important technology.  Areas of discussion should
include:

1. Standards in the area, initially including but by no means limited
to the LS API (License Service) that was announced a few weeks ago and
endorsed by many significant players in the software product arena.

2. Experience as developers including software licensing in products,
using commercial software licensing products, or home grown solutions.

3. Experience distributing software licensed with software licensing
technology, as well as the distribution of licenses.

4. Experience as administrators of systems running software licensed
with software licensing technology.

5. Experience as users of software licensed with software licensing
technology.

Given the breadth of areas impacted by this technology, there is no
existing newsgroup which includes the audiences interested in this
technology, and thus this proposal for creating the comp.software.licensing
group.

The tenative date for closure of the discussion period is July 9, 1992.

How to respond or take part in this discussion:
-----------------------------------------------

1.  Just go to the news group "news.groups" and post your discussion
articles there.  Please make sure the post includes the new newsgroup
title "comp.software.licensing" in the subject line so all participants
can more easily find your article.

2.  Discussion items are totally open, but usually include ideas on the
group charter and the name and classification of the new newsgroup.

What's the next step:
---------------------

1.  Keep watching for new posts to "news.announce.newgroups" and in
this newsgroup for further calls for discussion and the up and coming
"Call for Votes (CFV)".

2.  During the 30 day voting period, you may request a copy of the
complete, unadulterated file containing all discussion posts, which
will result in me emailing the file to you.

3.  Unless the discussion causes an unexpected delay, the call for
votes should be posted around July 10, 1992.

As per usenet rules, followups are directed to news.groups

From gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com Thu Jul 16 14:41:19 1992
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From: gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com (Marc S. Gibian)
Subject: CFV: comp.software.licensing
Message-ID: <1992Jul16.183419.24784@uunet.uu.net>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Digital Equipment Corporation
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1992 18:34:19 GMT
Approved: tale@uunet.uu.net
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************* 1st Call For Votes on comp.software.licensing ***************

OFFICIAL VOTING DAYS
--------------------

         Start Date: July  16, 1992
           End Date: August 6, 1992

  Votes received on or in-between these dates will be counted.  The
time/date stamp contained in the "From:" line of YOUR email will be
used to determine your offical time of voting.  MY local time or the
date/time set on my local hub when your email is received will not
be used.  Voting starts at 12:00:01am on the "Start Date", and ends at
11:59:59pm of the "End Date" (00:00:01 and 23:59:59 for those using
24 hour notation).

------------------------------------------------------------------
The 30-day discussion period is now up, so it's time for VOTING!!!
------------------------------------------------------------------

The discussion that took place contained no major objections and no
clear desire to make any changes to the original RFD.  I have appended
the RFD, minus disucssion instructions, to this CFV and will be happy
to forward all postings that where made as part of the discussion upon
email request (gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com).

----------------------
How to cast your vote:
----------------------

1) Send your vote via email only, using the proper SUBJECT LINE to the 
following address:

        gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com

2) Yes votes should use the following subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: Yes, create new comp.software.licensing newsgroup

3) No votes should use the subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: No, do not create comp.software.licensing newsgroup

4) NOTE: No content to the email message is necessary and will be
ignored if it exists.  This is because the vote is either for
complete acceptance or complete rejection of the creation of the new
newsgroup called "comp.software.licensing"

5) All votes will be acknowledge via email.

6) The results will be posted a few days after then close of the voting
period, to let email find its way through the network.

7) As per the rules, if there are more than 100 yes votes than no votes
by that date AND at least 2/3 of the total number of valid votes
received are yes votes, the newsgroup will be created.

=============================================================================
RFD: comp.software.licensing

Request for discussion regarding the creation of:  comp.software.licensing
-------------------------------------------------

  NOTE: Please everyone, do *not* respond by email to me or any
  others unless specifically requested to do so, i.e. offline
  discussions or voting when the time comes.  Note also that I
  check the newsgroup "news.groups" daily for new discussion items
  and am keeping a discussion file that gets all discussion items
  appended to it.  A summary will be posted in the upcoming "Call
  for Votes (CFV)".  All current discussion posts pertaining to
  this issue may be found in "news.groups".

Proposed Charter
----------------

This newsgroup will be a forum for discussing software
licensing technology.  It is proposed as an UNMODERATED group to
encourage the free flow of ideas and experiences with this relatively
new and very important technology.  Areas of discussion should
include:

1. Standards in the area, initially including but by no means limited
to the LS API (License Service) that was announced a few weeks ago and
endorsed by many significant players in the software product arena.

2. Experience as developers including software licensing in products,
using commercial software licensing products, or home grown solutions.

3. Experience distributing software licensed with software licensing
technology, as well as the distribution of licenses.

4. Experience as administrators of systems running software licensed
with software licensing technology.

5. Experience as users of software licensed with software licensing
technology.

Given the breadth of areas impacted by this technology, there is no
existing newsgroup which includes the audiences interested in this
technology, and thus this proposal for creating the comp.software.licensing
group.

From gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com Tue Jul 28 17:19:15 1992
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From: gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com (Marc S. Gibian)
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.software.licensing
Message-ID: <1992Jul28.202455.11078@uunet.uu.net>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Software Licensing Technology Group
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1992 20:24:55 GMT
Approved: tale@uunet.uu.net
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************* 2nd Call For Votes on comp.software.licensing ***************

OFFICIAL VOTING DAYS
--------------------

         Start Date: July  16, 1992
           End Date: August 6, 1992

  Votes received on or in-between these dates will be counted.  The
time/date stamp contained in the "From:" line of YOUR email will be
used to determine your offical time of voting.  MY local time or the
date/time set on my local hub when your email is received will not
be used.  Voting starts at 12:00:01am on the "Start Date", and ends at
11:59:59pm of the "End Date" (00:00:01 and 23:59:59 for those using
24 hour notation).

------------------------------------------------------------------
Voting started on July 16, so it's time to get those votes in!!!
------------------------------------------------------------------

The discussion that took place contained no major objections and no
clear desire to make any changes to the original RFD.  I have appended
the RFD, minus disucssion instructions, to this CFV and will be happy
to forward all postings that where made as part of the discussion upon
email request (gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com).

----------------------
How to cast your vote:
----------------------

1) Send your vote via email only, using the proper SUBJECT LINE to the 
following address:

        gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com

2) Yes votes should use the following subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: Yes, create new comp.software.licensing newsgroup

3) No votes should use the subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: No, do not create comp.software.licensing newsgroup

4) NOTE: No content to the email message is necessary and will be
ignored if it exists.  This is because the vote is either for
complete acceptance or complete rejection of the creation of the new
newsgroup called "comp.software.licensing"

5) All votes will be acknowledge via email.  

(please vote as soon as you are ready, all votes received between 
July 25 and August 2 will be acknowledged as soon as possible after 
August 3... I will be around, but not able to check my email during 
that interval)

6) The results will be posted a few days after then close of the voting
period, to let email find its way through the network.

7) As per the rules, if there are more than 100 yes votes than no votes
by that date AND at least 2/3 of the total number of valid votes
received are yes votes, the newsgroup will be created.

=============================================================================
RFD: comp.software.licensing

Request for discussion regarding the creation of:  comp.software.licensing
-------------------------------------------------

  NOTE: Please everyone, do *not* respond by email to me or any
  others unless specifically requested to do so, i.e. offline
  discussions or voting when the time comes.  Note also that I
  check the newsgroup "news.groups" daily for new discussion items
  and am keeping a discussion file that gets all discussion items
  appended to it.  A summary will be posted in the upcoming "Call
  for Votes (CFV)".  All current discussion posts pertaining to
  this issue may be found in "news.groups".

Proposed Charter
----------------

This newsgroup will be a forum for discussing software
licensing technology.  It is proposed as an UNMODERATED group to
encourage the free flow of ideas and experiences with this relatively
new and very important technology.  Areas of discussion should
include:

1. Standards in the area, initially including but by no means limited
to the LS API (License Service) that was announced a few weeks ago and
endorsed by many significant players in the software product arena.

2. Experience as developers including software licensing in products,
using commercial software licensing products, or home grown solutions.

3. Experience distributing software licensed with software licensing
technology, as well as the distribution of licenses.

4. Experience as administrators of systems running software licensed
with software licensing technology.

5. Experience as users of software licensed with software licensing
technology.

Given the breadth of areas impacted by this technology, there is no
existing newsgroup which includes the audiences interested in this
technology, and thus this proposal for creating the comp.software.licensing
group.

From gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com Tue Aug  4 16:11:14 1992
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From: gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com (Marc S. Gibian)
Subject: 3rd CFV: comp.software.licensing 
Message-ID: <1992Aug4.183857.19529@uunet.uu.net>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Digital Equipment Corporation
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 1992 18:38:57 GMT
Approved: tale@uunet.uu.net
Lines: 102

*********** 3rd and Final Call For Votes on comp.software.licensing ***********

OFFICIAL VOTING DAYS
--------------------

         Start Date: July  16, 1992
           End Date: August 6, 1992


  Votes received on or in-between these dates will be counted.  The
time/date stamp contained in the "From:" line of YOUR email will be
used to determine your offical time of voting.  MY local time or the
date/time set on my local hub when your email is received will not
be used.  Voting starts at 12:00:01am on the "Start Date", and ends at
11:59:59pm of the "End Date" (00:00:01 and 23:59:59 for those using
24 hour notation).

------------------------------------------------------------------
Only a few voting days remain so get those votes in now!!
------------------------------------------------------------------

The discussion that took place contained no major objections and no
clear desire to make any changes to the original RFD.  I have appended
the RFD, minus disucssion instructions, to this CFV and will be happy
to forward all postings that where made as part of the discussion upon
email request (gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com).

----------------------
How to cast your vote:
----------------------

1) Send your vote via email only, using the proper SUBJECT LINE to the 
following address:

        gibian@talent.ljo.dec.com

2) Yes votes should use the following subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: Yes, create new comp.software.licensing newsgroup

3) No votes should use the subject header, or something similiar:

Subject: No, do not create comp.software.licensing newsgroup

4) NOTE: No content to the email message is necessary and will be
ignored if it exists.  This is because the vote is either for
complete acceptance or complete rejection of the creation of the new
newsgroup called "comp.software.licensing"

5) All votes will be acknowledge via email.  

6) The results will be posted a few days after then close of the voting
period, to let email find its way through the network.

7) As per the rules, if there are more than 100 yes votes than no votes
by that date AND at least 2/3 of the total number of valid votes
received are yes votes, the newsgroup will be created.

=============================================================================
RFD: comp.software.licensing

Request for discussion regarding the creation of:  comp.software.licensing
-------------------------------------------------

  NOTE: Please everyone, do *not* respond by email to me or any
  others unless specifically requested to do so, i.e. offline
  discussions or voting when the time comes.  Note also that I
  check the newsgroup "news.groups" daily for new discussion items
  and am keeping a discussion file that gets all discussion items
  appended to it.  A summary will be posted in the upcoming "Call
  for Votes (CFV)".  All current discussion posts pertaining to
  this issue may be found in "news.groups".

Proposed Charter
----------------

This newsgroup will be a forum for discussing software
licensing technology.  It is proposed as an UNMODERATED group to
encourage the free flow of ideas and experiences with this relatively
new and very important technology.  Areas of discussion should
include:

1. Standards in the area, initially including but by no means limited
to the LS API (License Service) that was announced a few weeks ago and
endorsed by many significant players in the software product arena.

2. Experience as developers including software licensing in products,
using commercial software licensing products, or home grown solutions.

3. Experience distributing software licensed with software licensing
technology, as well as the distribution of licenses.

4. Experience as administrators of systems running software licensed
with software licensing technology.

5. Experience as users of software licensed with software licensing
technology.

Given the breadth of areas impacted by this technology, there is no
existing newsgroup which includes the audiences interested in this
technology, and thus this proposal for creating the comp.software.licensing
group.

From gibian@ljohub.enet.dec.com Fri Aug  7 20:55:45 1992
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From: gibian@ljohub.enet.dec.com (Marc S. Gibian)
Subject: RESULT: comp.software.licensing passes 140: 28
Message-ID: <1992Aug7.233400.5778@uunet.uu.net>
Followup-To: news.groups
Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Digital Equipment Corporation
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 1992 23:34:00 GMT
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Its official, the comp.software.licensing vote has concluded and
the final tally is 140 yes votes and 28 no.  This meets the 100
more yes than no requirement, and represents better than a 2/3
yes vote.  Therefore, after the standard waiting period the
comp.software.licensing newgroup will be sent.

*********** Yes Votes *****************

"(Beat Brunner)" <brunner@ltisun7.epfl.ch>
"D. Keith Herron" <0002891491@mcimail.com>
"Gordon A. Sterling" <gordon.sterling@analog.com>
"Ian Pugsley" <"pugsley ian"@a1.meo78b.meo.MTS.dec.com>
"Keith Anderson: Software marketing, Australia & New Zealand 30-Jul-1992 1056" 
"Peter-Ch. Gentz +49 30 314 23897" <gentz@zrz.tu-berlin.de>
"Phil Tuttiett, NZDRI" <TUTTIETT@ECCLES.NZDRI.Org.NZ>
"Rob Talley (NetAdmin)" <rob%@inet-gw-1.pa.dec.com>
88opensi!denver!dave@uunet.UU.NET (Dave Cline)
88opensi!sartin@uunet.UU.NET
<decvax!mcnc!ais.com!arthur@decwrl.dec.com>
Alan Cox <iiitac@pyr.swan.ac.uk>
Alexander Mihai Popovici <mihai@sep.Stanford.EDU>
Andrew Stoker <mac742@cent1.lancs.ac.uk>
B.J. 20-Jul-1992 0741 <herbison@erlang.enet.dec.com>
Bill.Petro@Eng.Sun.COM (Bill Petro)
Bob Wyman <bobwy@microsoft.com>
Chris Dean <ctdean@ares.talaris.com>
David Erb <DAERB@macc.wisc.edu>
Don.Miller@Eng.Sun.COM (Don Miller)
EWILTS <EWILTS@mr.gov.bc.ca>
EYLITALO@ds03.dco.ntc.nokia.com (Ylitalo Erkki Hiomo8/4 p.50603357)
Ed Trumbull <trumbull@unx.sas.com>
Eric Shepherd <uerics@mcl.mcl.ucsb.edu>
Gerri Moriarty 381-1961 04-Aug-1992 1257 <moriarty@blumon.enet.dec.com>
Hugh LaMaster -- RCS <lamaster@george.arc.nasa.gov>
Janet Jackson <janet@cs.uwa.edu.au>
Jason May <jmay@ctp.com>
Jeff Jensen <jeffrey@Synopsys.COM>
Jim Ault <aultj@rpi.edu>
Jim Prall <trigraph!jimp>
John Decatur KA2QHD <johnd@ka2qhd.de.com>
Lewis W Kellum <lwk@engin.umich.edu>
Liz Allen <liz@grian.cps.altadena.ca.us>
Mark Russell <mtr@ukc.ac.uk>
Michael R Linksvayer <mrl28033@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu>
Paul Hudson <paulh@harlqn.co.uk>
Peter Hermann <ph@icavax.ica.uni-stuttgart.dbp.de>
RABINOWITZ@vax4.bear.com (Ari Rabinowitz, WorkStations, x6518)
Richard Elling <Richard.Elling@eng.auburn.edu>
Robert Holibaugh <rrh@SEI.CMU.EDU>
Roger Phillips <roger@quantime.co.uk>
Ryan Bayne <ryan.bayne@canrem.com>
Stewart Daniels <daniels@apollo.hp.com>
Tak <mtakacs@u.washington.edu>
Terry Carroll <tjc50@juts.ccc.amdahl.com>
Thomas Hagadorn (LRAD/FRB) <hagadorn@BRL.MIL>
Timothy VanFosson <timv@ccad.uiowa.edu>
Tor Iver Wilhelmsen <toriver@pvv.unit.no>
Vern Cole -- Systems Manager <COLEVE@uvmain.uvcc.edu>
Wayne Sanders-Unrein 714-952-5773 17-Jul-1992 1019 <SANDY@VXW.MDCBBS.COM>
albani@cadlab.sublink.org (Lanfranco Albani)
andrewk@sco.COM
andy@homebase.vistachrome.com (Andy Finkenstadt)
austin@franklin.com (Austin G. Hastings)
babini@cadlab.sublink.org (Andrea Babini)
babu@hal.com (Babu Turumella)
baustin!root@uunet.uu.net
bnc@macsch.com (Brian Casey)
brendan@cygnus.com (Brendan Kehoe)
brian@king.ca41.csd.mot.com (Brian Smithson)
bryant@blaca1.SINet.SLB.COM
cfields@Athena.MIT.EDU
creatv::utrop1::zwet (04-Aug-1992 1538)
dan@cedb.dpcsys.org (Dan Busarow)
dinah@rockytop.tivoli.com (Dinah McNutt {sysadminzon})
drice@ponder.csci.unt.edu (Keith Rice)
drivas_p@apollo.hp.com (Peter Drivas)
dvb@eis.com (David Van Beveren)
dwallach@nas.nasa.gov (Dan Wallach)
edward@mcil.comm.mot.com (Edward Nemirovsky)
eric@Mirador.COM (Eric Black)
erickson@ingres.com (Rod Erickson)
fromme@ipc1.rrzn.uni-hannover.dbp.de
ggw@wolves.Durham.NC.US (Gregory G. Woodbury)
gjb@bullit.void.oz.au (Greg Black)
gonzalod@amex-trs.com (Gonzalo Diethelm)
gradient!robin@uunet.uu.net
hayes@valkris.hac.com (Brian Hayes 74-35 x65129)
horen@rs.com (Jonathan B. Horen)
ilanc@mcil.comm.mot.com (Ilan Cohen)
infoage!bradcox@hsi.hsi.com (Brad Cox)
jahn@osf.org
jmuir@snll-arpagw.llnl.gov (muir james f)
jnunnele@novell.com (John Nunnely)
john@ahuriri.gen.nz (John McCombs)
john@iastate.edu
johng@cres1.anu.edu.au (John Gallant)
johnk@gordian.com (John Kalucki)
jona@iscp.bellcore.com (Jon Alperin)
kevinl@microsoft.com
kmc@netcom.com (Kevin McCarty)
len@contec.COM (Leonard Mills)
leo@ine.philips.nl
lesterw@microsoft.com
lind@a1.mscf.upenn.edu
grodberg@creatv.enet.dec.com
szabiet@lindas.enet.dec.com
curtin@r2me2.enet.dec.com
riley@ljohub.enet.dec.com
bragaw@smaug.enet.dec.com
mark@lri.rain.com (Mark Reay)
marra@samuel.ENET.dec.com (Dave Marra DTN 226-6893 04-Aug-1992 0627)
martelli@cadlab.sublink.org (Alex Martelli)
mbm@dsbc.icl.co.uk (Malcolm Mladenovic)
mealmei@srv.PacBell.COM (Mark Almeida)
medley@sun44.synercom.hounix.org (Bert Medley)
mframpto@axion.bt.co.uk
mike@pacsoft.com (Mike Stefanik)
mlaprade@viewlogic.com (Marc Laprade)
mob@apollo.hp.com (Mary Bennett)
mox@vpnet.chi.il.us (William Moxley)
mtvnec!lsoule@nec-gw.nec.com (Larry Soule)
nickless@antares.mcs.anl.gov (Bill Nickless)
ottoh3@CFSMO.Honeywell.COM (Otto Heuer #3)
parksoft!dave@inet-gw-1.pa.dec.com (David Hendrix)
pbh@Athena.MIT.EDU
pshuang@Athena.MIT.EDU
rbunten@micrognosis.co.uk
rick@vsystem.wimsey.bc.ca (Rick Vandenberg)
rogerk@unpc.QueerNet.ORG (Roger B.A. Klorese)
ruman@meroot.eng.uci.edu (ruman)
rwl%chronco@uunet.UU.NET (Bob Lord)
sandri@cadlab.sublink.org (Marco Sandri)
sblair@upurbmw.dell.com (Steven C. Blair "Unix Network Services")
seggers@semyam.dinoco.de (Stefan Eggers)
spr@prism.gatech.edu (STEFAN P ROTH)
srogers@tad.eds.com (Steve Rogers)
stehman@cs.clemson.edu
swildner@channelz.GUN.de (Sascha Wildner)
todd@liveware.com (Todd Anthony Nathan)
tpaquett@ita.lgc.com (Trevor Paquette)
ttl@europa.sti.fi (Timo Lehtinen)
turbo@cse.uta.edu (Chris Turbeville)
tynor@prism.gatech.edu (STEVE TYNOR)
uysal%trbilun.BITNET@pucc.Princeton.EDU (Mustafa Uysal)
wileyj@infonode.ingr.com (John Wiley)
wrkgrp!tardis!jmd@uunet.UU.NET (Joseph M DeAngelo)
ws@tools.de (Wolfgang Solfrank)

****************** NO Votes *********************

Bjorn Knutsson <bjorn@Minsk.DoCS.UU.SE>
Ed Schwalenberg <ed@odi.com>
Greg Lindahl <gl8f@fermi.clas.Virginia.EDU>
Jan Dj{rv <jhd@irfu.se>
Joan Eslinger <wombat@kilimanjaro.key.amdahl.com>
Neil W Rickert <rickert@cs.niu.edu>
Roland Kaltefleiter <kaltef@theo-physik.uni-kiel.dbp.de>
The System <SESSIONS@Arizona.edu>
Tom Fitzgerald <fitz@wang.com>
a_rubin@dsg4.dse.beckman.com
akerson@srg.af.mil (Pete Akerson - akerson%srg@uunet.uucp)
bashford@scripps.edu
cdr@kpc.com (Carl Rigney)
chip@chinacat.unicom.com (Chip Rosenthal)
ggw@wolves.Durham.NC.US (Gregory G. Woodbury)
hagar@hagki.toppoint.de (Oliver Fink)
ked01@juts.ccc.amdahl.com (Kim DeVaughn)
mhpower@stan.mit.edu
owens@cookiemonster.cc.buffalo.edu (Bill Owens)
plutchak@porter.geo.brown.edu (Joel Plutchak)
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
root@nebulus.ampr.ab.ca (Dennis S. Breckenridge)
rsk@gynko.circ.upenn.edu (Richard Kulawiec)
serges@x10siv.wariat.org (Sergio Stewart)
sharpster@hns.com (Stephen Harpster)
shimeall@cs.nps.navy.mil (timothy shimeall)
snow@netcom.com (Tim Szeliga)
weimer@renoir.jeol.com (Allan Weimer)

 
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