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Advocacy ( comp.sys.atari.advocacy )
 
From [email protected] Sat Feb 13 12:46:17 1993
Path: uunet!crdgw1!rpi!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (David Oakley)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.atari.st,comp.sys.atari.st.tech,comp.sys.atari.8-bit
Subject: RFD: comp.sys.atari.advocacy
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Date: 1 Feb 93 19:25:18 GMT
Followup-To: news.groups
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
======================

This is a request for discussion on the creation of a newsgroup for
debates about the Atari range of personal computers.

Group Name
==========
comp.sys.atari.advocacy

Status
======
Unmoderated

Rationale
=========
This group will separate a section of discussion from the current
newsgroup comp.sys.atari.st and atari.8bit.

The discussion of advocacy currently takes up over 50% of the items
in the atari.st newsgroup and so it is felt that the original
purpose of the newsgroup is being left behind.

New users and people who need information about the Atari ST can
continue to use the original group and would hopefully get more
attention if there is less advocacy mail present.

What a FAQ for this group could contain is also a matter for
discussion.

Discussion
==========
Comments on this proposed new newsgroup should be posted to the USENET
newsgroup news.groups.  If the reader is not able to do so, comments may
be e-mailed to any of the proposers, at the addresses below, and we will 
post them.

Voting
======
If no problems arise, voting will start one month from the posting date
of this RFD.

Proposers
=========
David Oakley		[email protected]
Ian M Rae		[email protected]
Annius V. Groenink	[email protected]
Jan Kim			[email protected]
--                                                                 .___ .
David Oakley, ASTRAsoft shareware producers for the ST            //_ //|
6 Watlands Rd   | "I was in love, once. A ZX81. People said,      || || |
Bignall End     | 'No, Holly, she's not for you.' She was cheap,  || || /\_
Stoke On Trent  | stupid and wouldn't load - at least not for   _/|| ||\_/ |
ST7 8QQ England.| me, anyway."			     Red Dwarf |_/ |_| \_|/

From [email protected] Wed Mar 10 21:07:10 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (David Oakley)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.atari.st,comp.sys.atari.st.tech
Subject: CFV: comp.sys.atari.advocacy
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Date: 3 Mar 1993 23:50:27 -0500
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NOTE: THIS IS A NEW CALL FOR VOTES, REPLACING THE OLD ONE WHICH WAS
*NOT* VALID!!!
IF YOU HAVE VOTED FOR THE OLD ONE, YOU MUST VOTE AGAIN, SINCE ALL 
PREVIOUS VOTES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED!!!!!!!

SORRY FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE...
						David Oakley, Proposer
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FIRST CALL FOR VOTES
====================

This is a Call for votes on the creation of a newsgroup for
debates about the Atari range of personal computers.

Group Name
==========
comp.sys.atari.advocacy

Status
======
Unmoderated

Charter
=======
This group is a forum for discussion of topics in connection with the Atari
range of computers - marketing, capabilities, comparisons and other
arguments... It will move discussions of this nature from the existing
comp.sys.atari.st (and atari.8-bit) newsgroups, which will exist for a more
advice orientated discussions.

Users will be requested to not post the above discussions in the existing
newsgroups if advocacy is formed.

Rationale
=========
This group will separate a section of discussion, mainly from the current
newsgroup comp.sys.atari.st but also relatted topics including the Atari 8-bit
range of computers (atari.8bit) and the new Atari Falcon computers.

The discussion of advocacy currently takes up over 50% of the items
in the atari.st newsgroup and so it is felt that the original
purpose of the newsgroup is being left behind.

New users and people who need information about the Atari ST/8-bit computers
can continue to use the original group and would hopefully get more
attention if there is less advocacy mail present.


Voting
======
VOTING PERIOD IS:
			   appearance of this message
			to 1st April at 9:00 GMT.

HOW TO VOTE:
1. REPLY to THIS message.

2. send your votes to:

			[email protected]

3. if that doesn't work, try:

			[email protected]


WHAT YOUR MAIL MESSAGE SHOULD CONTAIN:

For a yes vote:
---------------------------------------------------------------
I vote "Yes" for the creation of "comp.sys.atari.advcoacy"
VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : YES
---------------------------------------------------------------
For a no vote:
---------------------------------------------------------------
I vote "No" for the creation of "comp.sys.atari.advcoacy"
VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : NO
---------------------------------------------------------------

Your message must be of THIS form, especially the second line since
my vote counting software needs bothe the 'VOTE:' and the ': YES/NO'.

Rules on voting
===============

Voting Rules:
	-Only one vote per user (Two different people cannot vote under the
	 same user name).
	-Any votes which are received before or after the voting period
	 will be discarded.
	-Any vote which does follow the above examples specifically, 
	 will not be valid.
	-Anyone who wants to change their previous vote may do so by voting
	 again.  They must indicate that they have previously voted and are
	 changing their mind in a footnote.  A changed vote will discard your
	 previous vote.

Ambiguous Votes:
	Ambiguous votes -- those who do not follow the specified format, or 
	do not make clear the voter's intent, will, where possible,  be 
	returned to their senders for clarification.  Ambiguous votes which 
	cannot be returned to their senders or for which no clarification is 
	provided will be identified in vote mass acknowledgements and in the 
	final vote tally.

******* ANY PROBLEMS, MAIL THE ADDRESSES ABOVE! *********

Thanks to Danny Richman for the basis of this CFV!!!!!

Proposers
=========
David Oakley		[email protected]
Ian M Rae		[email protected]
Annius V. Groenink	[email protected]
Jan Kim			[email protected]
--                                                                 .___ .
David Oakley, ASTRAsoft shareware producers for the ST            //_ //|
6 Watlands Rd   | "I was in love, once. A ZX81. People said,      || || |
Bignall End     | 'No, Holly, she's not for you.' She was cheap,  || || /\_
Stoke On Trent  | stupid and wouldn't load - at least not for   _/|| ||\_/ |
ST7 8QQ England.| me, anyway."			     Red Dwarf |_/ |_| \_|/


From [email protected] Mon Mar 29 20:38:11 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (David Oakley)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.atari.st,comp.sys.atari.st.tech
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.sys.atari.advocacy
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Date: 26 Mar 1993 11:04:32 -0500
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SECOND CALL FOR VOTES and MASS VOTE ACKNOWLEDGE
==============================================

This vote has been running for two weeks.

This is a Call for votes on the creation of a newsgroup for
debates about the Atari range of personal computers.

Group Name
==========
comp.sys.atari.advocacy

Status
======
Unmoderated

Charter
=======
This group is a forum for discussion of topics in connection with the Atari
range of computers - marketing, capabilities, comparisons and other
arguments... It will move discussions of this nature from the existing
comp.sys.atari.st (and atari.8-bit) newsgroups, which will exist for a more
advice orientated discussions.

Users will be requested to not post the above discussions in the existing
newsgroups if advocacy is formed.

Users will be requested not to cross post disscussions in other advocacy groups
to this one.

Rationale
=========
This group will separate a section of discussion, mainly from the current
newsgroup comp.sys.atari.st but also relatted topics including the Atari 8-bit
range of computers (atari.8bit) and the new Atari Falcon computers.

The discussion of advocacy currently takes up over 50% of the items
in the atari.st newsgroup and so it is felt that the original
purpose of the newsgroup is being left behind.

New users and people who need information about the Atari ST/8-bit computers
can continue to use the original group and would hopefully get more
attention if there is less advocacy mail present.


Voting
======
VOTING PERIOD IS:
			   appearance of this message
			to 1st April at 9:00 GMT.

HOW TO VOTE:
1. REPLY to THIS message.

2. send your votes to:

			[email protected]

3. if that doesn't work, try:

			[email protected]


WHAT YOUR MAIL MESSAGE SHOULD CONTAIN:

For a yes vote:
---------------------------------------------------------------
I vote "Yes" for the creation of "comp.sys.atari.advocacy"
VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : YES
---------------------------------------------------------------
For a no vote:
---------------------------------------------------------------
I vote "No" for the creation of "comp.sys.atari.advocacy"
VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : NO
---------------------------------------------------------------

Your message must be of THIS form, especially the second line since
my vote counting software needs bothe the 'VOTE:' and the ': YES/NO'.
Remember to replace the lastname forename and email address with YOUR
name etc!!!

Rules on voting
===============

Voting Rules:
	-Only one vote per user (Two different people cannot vote under the
	 same user name).
	-Any votes which are received before or after the voting period
	 will be discarded.
	-Any vote which does follow the above examples specifically, 
	 will not be valid.
	-Anyone who wants to change their previous vote may do so by voting
	 again.  They must indicate that they have previously voted and are
	 changing their mind in a footnote.  A changed vote will discard your
	 previous vote.

Ambiguous Votes:
	Ambiguous votes -- those who do not follow the specified format, or 
	do not make clear the voter's intent, will, where possible,  be 
	returned to their senders for clarification.  Ambiguous votes which 
	cannot be returned to their senders or for which no clarification is 
	provided will be identified in vote mass acknowledgements and in the 
	final vote tally.

******* ANY PROBLEMS, MAIL THE ADDRESSES ABOVE! *********

Thanks to Danny Richman for the basis of this CFV!!!!!

Proposers
=========
David Oakley		[email protected]
Ian M Rae		[email protected]
Annius V. Groenink	[email protected]
Jan Kim			[email protected]

                                                                   .___ .
David Oakley, ASTRAsoft shareware producers for the ST            //_ //|
6 Watlands Rd   | "I was in love, once. A ZX81. People said,      || || |
Bignall End     | 'No, Holly, she's not for you.' She was cheap,  || || /\_
Stoke On Trent  | stupid and wouldn't load - at least not for   _/|| ||\_/ |
ST7 8QQ England.| me, anyway."			     Red Dwarf |_/ |_| \_|/

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THIS IS A LIST OF ALL PEOPLE REGISTERED AS VOTING UP TILL 11:30 GMT
MARCH 17TH. IF YOU HAVE VOTED AND DO NOT APPEAR ON THIS LIST, SEND
ANOTHER VOTE TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS, AND STATE THAT THIS IS A REPOST.
THE NAMES ARE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER AND DO NOT SHOW WHICH WAY THE
USER VOTED.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

     1	Al-Rashid Shahir [email protected]
     2	Allison, Warwick [[email protected]]
     3	Baljeu, R.J.    [email protected]
     4	Benningfield Jr., Robert F. [[email protected]]
     5	Bernardo, Marcelino [[email protected]]
     6	Booth, Wayne [trek\@ihlpb!att!com]
     7	Brian, Cooper [[email protected]]
     8	Brink, Ate [[email protected]]
     9	Brod, Claus [[email protected]]
    10	Brown, Alan [[email protected]]
    11	Bunch, John [[email protected]]
    12	Buschhaus, Karl [email protected]
    13	Caple, Steve [[email protected]]
    14	Castellano, Nicholas S. [[email protected]]
    15	Chapman, Ian [essex.ac.uk]
    16	Churchill, Dave [[email protected]]
    17	Clack, Eric [[email protected]]
    18	Coile, Steve [[email protected]]
    19	Cole, Marlon [ [email protected] ]
    20	Collis, John [[email protected]]
    21	Cotsell, Bruce [email protected]
    22	Cummins, John [[email protected]]
    23	Current, Michael [[email protected]]
    24	da Silva, Peter [[email protected]]
    25	Davidson, Kevin [[email protected]]
    26	dierikx marc [email protected]
    27	DiMasi, Nicholas [[email protected]]
    28	Douglas,Giles [email protected]
    29	Dunham, Jerry [[email protected]]
    30	Eker, Steven [[email protected]]
    31	Evans, Gwyn [[email protected]]
    32	Evans, Michael [[email protected]]
    33	Farah, Miguel [[email protected]]
    34	Farrell, Gordon [[email protected]]
    35	Fink, Oliver [[email protected]]
    36	forget, michel [[email protected]]
    37	Forsgren, Per-Olov [[email protected]]
    38	Franklin, Greg [[email protected]]
    39	Gelner, Kendall [[email protected]]
    40	Gilbert, Ben [[email protected]]
    41	Goggin, Dave [[email protected]]
    42	Grabnar, Matija [email protected]
    43	Grimm, Steven [[email protected]]
    44	Gustavsson, Per [email protected]
    45	Halliday, david [[email protected]]
    46	Hatz, Mike [[email protected]]
    47	Hays, Bob [[email protected]]
    48	Heinen, Benedikt [[email protected]]
    49	Henanger, Erling [[email protected]]
    50	Henders, John [email protected]
    51	Hendrickson, Eric [[email protected]]
    52	Hoffman, Andreas [[email protected]]
    53	Hohmuth, Michael [[email protected]]
    54	Hooover, Bruce [email protected]
    55	Hutchinson, John [[email protected]]
    56	Johannes, Gronvall [[email protected]]
    57	Juergen Lock <[email protected]>
    58	Jung, Wolfgang [[email protected]]
    59	Juul, Arne [[email protected]]
    60	Kaltefleiter, Roland [[email protected]]
    61	Kilian, Jens [[email protected]]
    62	Klassa, John [[email protected]]
    63	Klockars, Johan [[email protected]]
    64	Koehling, Martin [[email protected]]
    65	Kreymer, Arthur [email protected]
    66	Krimen, Ed [[email protected]]
    67	Krohn, John  [email protected]
    68	Lai, C.W.   [email protected]
    69	Lake, Marshall [[email protected] address]
    70	Lange, Eberhard [[email protected]]
    71	lau, stephen [[email protected]]
    72	Lehett, John [email protected]
    73	Lehovich, Andre [andrel@brown.edu]
    74	Levis  OS/2, Mike [mlevis@ringer.cs.utsa.edu]
    75	Lindahl, Greg gl8f@virginia.edu
    76	Lingnau, Anselm [lingnau@math.uni-frankfurt.de]
    77	lister, john [jsl-a@minster.york.ac.uk] 
    78	Lodge, Mathew [mjl-b@minster.york.ac.uk]
    79	Lundberg, Andrew [lundberg@cs.jhu.edu]
    80	Lynbech, Christian lynbech@daimi.aau.dk
    81	magro, joseph [jmagro@baron.ncsa.uiuc.edu]
    82	magro, william [wmagro@uiuc.edu]
    83	Marble, Chris [cmarble@hmcvax.claremont.edu]
    84	Maynard, Jay [jmaynard@nyx.cs.du.edu]
    85	McDonald, Kier [cs92kam@brunel.ac.uk]
    86	McGuire, Ed ed@intellection.com
    87	McLaggan, Dougie  mclaggan@movies.enet.dec.com
    88	McNicol, David [cabp09@cc.strath.ac.uk]
    89	Miller, Ricahrd rick@bcm.tmc.edu
    90	Moorcroft, Marc [smarry@zooid.guild.org]
    91	Mountifield, Tony [tony@microware.co.uk]
    92	Nagel, Erlend [wmtwen@urc.tue.nl]
    93	Newman, Ken [ken@isgtec.com]
    94	Noest, Boerge [borgen@stud.cs.uit.no]
    95	Noh, Jay [jnoh@genesis.mcs.com]
    96	Nummelin, Arto [euaanu@eua.ericsson.se]
    97	O'Bryan, Mark [obryan@gumby.cc.wmich.edu]
    98	OAKLEY, ANDREW <evilandi@vnet.ibm.com>
    99	Oakley, David <dxo@uk.ac.bham.cs>
   100	Ochocki, Russell [rdo@kynes.bison.mb.ca]
   101	Olson, Eric [ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu]
   102	Oosterhoff, Auke  UBADIC06@EBCESCA1
   103	Owens, Bill [owens@acsu.buffalo.edu]
   104	Paetau, Rasmus paetau@mits.mdata.fi
   105	Page, Donald [donaldp@sco.com]
   106	park, michael [mpark@u.washington.edu]
   107	Paschall-Zimbel, David davidli@simvax.lambed.umn.edu
   108	Pelletier, Yves pelletier@nyongwa.cam.org
   109	Peterschmidt, Kurt [kurt.peterschmidt@cray.com]
   110	Peterson, Brian [brianp@netcom.com]
   111	Plutchak, Joel <plutchak@porter.geo.brown.edu>
   112	Power, Matt [mhpower@athena.mit.edu]
   113	ptucker@elli.une.ed.au
   114	Quinn, Michael mjquinn@pucc.princeton.edu
   115	Rae, Ian [imr@uk.ac.bham.cs]
   116	Rauch, Felix [rauch@avalon.physik.unizh.ch]
   117	Reed,Dan [ma0dmr@ss1.bath.ac.uk]
   118	Rice, Rob [rrice@mail.sas.upenn.edu]
   119	Ridd, Chris C.J.Ridd@cs.bham.ac.uk
   120	Rogers, Steve [srogers@tad.eds.com]
   121	Ryan, Sean [fsspr@aurora.alaska.edu]
   122	Sanchez, Eugenio, al198723@academ01.mty.itesm.mx
   123	Schaaf, Richard (rscha@ctp.com)
   124	Schr"oder, Martin [L15D@ALF.ZFN.UNI-BREMEN.DE]
   125	Schulze, Thomas [ts@uni-paderborn.de]
   126	Schuster, Bernd [schuster@edag.ptdg.sharp.co.jp]
   127	Schwingen, Michael [rincewind@discworld.oche.de]
   128	sheldon, steve sheldon@iastate.edu
   129	Skar, Anders [anderss@edb.tih.no]
   130	Spear, Geoffrey [gspear+@CMU.EDU]
   131	Spiker, Robert W. [rws3n@Virginia.EDU]
   132	Steve Jr, Michael [msteve@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu]
   133	Stevenson, David [djs@jet.uk]
   134	Stoks, Sander [sanders@sci.kun.nl]
   135	Syratt,Richard [richard@op.ph.ic.ac.uk]
   136	Thomas, David [spx2djt@cardiff.ac.uk]
   137	Tomlinson, Howard Karnov u1j64@keele.ac.uk.has.better.chips
   138	Trier, Stephen trier@ins.cwru.edu
   139	TVEITO, ODDVAR [oddvar.tveito@tf.tele.no]
   140	Vance, Joachim [jvance@einstein.oac.uci.edu]
   141	vasileff, david [dvasilef@indiana.edu]
   142	Veenstra, Hendrik Jan [hjv@phil.ruu.nl]
   143	Venable, Rick [ rvenable@helix.nih.gov ]
   144	Verhoeven, marco Marco_Verhoeven@nextjk.wlink.nl
   145	Vizor, Nick [csi080@uk.ac.coventry.cch]
   146	von Gunten, Ralf [VONGUNTENR@ezinfo.vmsmail.ethz.ch]
   147	Vries, Robert de [robert@and.nl]
   148	Wagner, Gary [grw@ukc.ac.uk]
   149	Weber-Fahr, Christoph, wefa@kit.uni-kl.de
   150	white, stephen [sfwhite@sciborg.uwaterloo.ca]           
   151	Winter, Matthew [email : wintermi@cs.aston.ac.uk]
   152	wood, Victor {rm4y@vm.op.dlr.de}
   153	Woodbury, Gregory [ggw@wolves.durham.nc.us]
   154	Yannikos, Marinos [nino@vmars.tuwien.ac.at]

From dxo@cs.bham.ac.uk Wed Apr  7 11:45:44 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: dxo@cs.bham.ac.uk (David Oakley)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.atari.st,comp.sys.atari.st.tech
Subject: RESULT: comp.sys.atari.advocacy passes 170:36
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Date: 6 Apr 1993 12:33:18 -0400
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Voting for the creation of new newsgroup comp.sys.atari.advocacy was closed on
1st April, 1993. The final result was:

	Yes votes:	170
	No votes:	36

	Yes - No:	134	(must be over 100)
	Ratio Yes/No:	82.5%	(must be over 66.7%)

This proposal has passed its voting stage.

Please check your vote. If there are no significant irregularities or
objections reported after the 5-day consulting period, then the group will be
created.

Thankyou to all who voted, YES or NO!

David Oakley, proposer comp.sys.atari.advocacy

170 Yes votes were cast, and were as follows:

     1	Al-Rashid Shahir 	alrashi@ecf.toronto.edu
     2	Allison, Warwick 	warwick@cs.uq.oz.au
     3	Anderson, David 	stewart@yvax.byu.edu
     4	Anisko, Robert 		anisko@usdtsg.daytonoh.ncr.com
     5	Anthony, Lea 		cca92001@uk.ac.bham.ibm3090
     6	Atwood, Mark 		matwood@peruvian.cs.utah.edu
     7	Baffoni, Mike 		baffoni@aludra.usc.edu
     8	Baljeu, R.J.    	v892307@si.hhs.nl
     9	Bergman, Leif 		pvt1-117@nada.kth.se
    10	Bernardo, Marcelino 	mbernar@erenj.com
    11	Blumberg, Seth 		slb22@cunixb.cc.columbia.edu
    12	Booth, Wayne 		trek\@ihlpb!att!com
    13	Breese, Justin 		fsjwb3@alaska
    14	Brian, Cooper 		bcc@eyring.com
    15	Brink, Ate 		ate@cs.ruu.nl
    16	Brod, Claus 		clausb@hpbeo79.bbn.hp.com: YES
    17	Brown, Alan 		dogbowl@dogbox.acme.gen.nz
    18	Browne, Christopher 	cbbrowne@csi.uottawa.ca
    19	Bunch, John 		sixhub!myst!jbunch@crdgw1.ge.com
    20	Burghardt, Aaron 	aburgh@iastate.edu
    21	Buschhaus, Karl 	karlb@csd4.csd.uwm.edu
    22	Caple, Steve 		spook@cyberhm.royle.org
    23	Card, Peter 		pjc@jet.uk
    24	Castellano, Nicholas	entropy@gnu.ai.mit.edu
    25	Chapman, Ian 		essex.ac.uk
    26	Churchill, Dave 	ac255@freenet.carleton.ca
    27	Clack, Eric 		eec@dcs.warwick.ac.uk
    28	Cole, Marlon 		cczcole@unicorn.nott.ac.uk 
    29	Collis, John 		john@albemuth.equinox.gen.nz
    30	Cotsell, Bruce 		b.cotsell@ucl.ac.uk
    31	Cummins, John 		cummins@a.cs.okstate.edu
    32	Current, Michael 	currentm@carleton.edu
    33	David, Adam 		adam@veda.is
    34	Davidson, Kevin 	tkld@cogsci.ed.ac.uk
    35	dierikx marc 		marc@targon.UUCP
    36	DiMasi, Nicholas 	nickd@vpnet.chi.il.us
    37	Douglas,Giles 		cstadge@csv.warwick.ac.uk
    38	Dunham, Jerry 		hoosier@rider.cactus.org
    39	Eker, Steven 		steve@inf.rl.ac.uk
    40	Evans, Gwyn 		evansg@uproar.enet.dec.com
    41	Evans, Michael 		mike@seb.se
    42	Farah, Miguel 		mbfarah@isluga.puc.cl
    43	Farrell, Gordon 	gfarrell@cs.sfu.ca
    44	Fason, Kevin 		kfason@Lamar.ColoState.EDU
    45	forget, michel 		mforget@elfhaven.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca
    46	Forsgren, Per-Olov 	d91pfo@csd.uu.se
    47	fox, daniel 		fox@nrlssc.navy.mil
    48	Franklin, Greg 		franklig@gas.uug.arizona.edu
    49	Gelner, Kendall 	kendall@neosoft.com
    50	Gilbert, Ben 		bgilbert@cs.washington.edu
    51	Goggin, Dave 		dt4@cs.ucsb.edu
    52	Grabnar, Matija 	matija.grabnar@ijs.si :YES
    53	Grimm, Steven 		koreth@hyperion.com
    54	Groenink, Annius V. 	avgroeni@cs.ruu.nl
    55	Gustavsson, Per 	sp1pergu@his.se
    56	Halliday, david 	daveh@silvaco.com
    57	Harrison, Graham 	u2e32@keele.ac.uk.finishes.early
    58	Hays, Bob 		bobhays@spss.com
    59	Heinen, Benedikt 	heinenb@firemark.fido.de
    60	Henanger, Erling 	erlingh@idt.unit.no
    61	Hencken, Kai 		hencken@urz.unibas.ch
    62	Henders, John 		jhenders@wimsey.com: YES
    63	Herborth, Chris 	cherborth@semprini.tdkcs.waterloo.on.ca
    64	Hicks, Christopher 	cmh@uk.ac.cam.eng 
    65	Hjort, Henrik 		sp1henhj@his.se
    66	Hoffman, Andreas 	Andreas_Hoffmann@k.maus.de
    67	Hohmuth, Michael 	hohmuth@freia.inf.tu-dresden.de
    68	hruby, paul 		phruby@ucrengr.ucr.edu
    69	Hutchinson, John 	hutch@ilmen.lanl.gov
    70	Juergen Lock 		nox@jelal.north.de
    71	Juergen, Hahn 		Juergen_Hahn@M4.Maus.De
    72	Jung, Wolfgang 		woju@keep.fantasy.sub.org
    73	Jutegerd, Rickard  	e91rj@efd.lth.se
    74	Kilian, Jens 		jensk@hpbeo82.bbn.hp.com
    75	Kitowicz, Jack, 	ac382@freenet.carleton.ca: YES
    76	Klassa, John 		klassa@cs.wm.edu
    77	Klockars, Johan 	d8klojo@dtek.chalmers.se
    78	Koehling, Martin 	Martin_Koehling@un.maus.de
    79	Kreymer, Arthur 	KREYMER@FNAL.FNAL.GOV
    80	Krimen, Ed 		ekrimen@wet.com
    81	Krohn, John  		enjk@atuvm.atu.edu
    82	Kurza, John 		jtk4177@hertz.njit.edu
    83	Lai, C.W.   		v892127@si.hhs.nl
    84	Lange, Eberhard 	el@qua.crl.melco.co.jp
    85	Lavi, Mark J. 		markjl@acs.bu.edu
    86	Lee, Chen-Ming 		cmlee@netcom.com
    87	Lehett, John 		JJL101@PSUVM.PSU.EDU
    88	Levis  OS/2, Mike 	mlevis@ringer.cs.utsa.edu
    89	Lingnau, Anselm 	lingnau@math.uni-frankfurt.de
    90	Lister, john 		jsl-a@minster.york.ac.uk 
    91	Lodge, Mathew 		mjl-b@minster.york.ac.uk
    92	Love, Kenneth 		kllove@mailhost.ecn.uoknor.edu
    93	Lundberg, Andrew 	lundberg@cs.jhu.edu
    94	Lundquist, Eric 	LUNDQUIST@PANAM2.PANAM.EDU
    95	Lynbech, Christian 	lynbech@daimi.aau.dk
    96	magro, joseph 		jmagro@baron.ncsa.uiuc.edu: YES
    97	magro, william 		wmagro@uiuc.edu: YES
    98	Malham, Dave 		dgm2@vaxa.york.ac.uk
    99	Marble, Chris 		cmarble@hmcvax.claremont.edu
   100	Marshall, Keith 	pcxkrm@unicorn.nott.ac.uk
   101	Maynard, Jay 		jmaynard@nyx.cs.du.edu: YES
   102	McCormack, Sean 	jmcrmack@unix2.tcd.ie
   103	McDonald, Kier 		cs92kam@brunel.ac.uk
   104	McGuire, Ed 		ed@intellection.com
   105	McLaggan, Dougie  	mclaggan@movies.enet.dec.com
   106	McNicol, David 		cabp09@cc.strath.ac.uk
   107	Mountifield, Tony 	tony@microware.co.uk
   108	Nagel, Erlend 		wmtwen@urc.tue.nl
   109	Newman, Ken 		ken@isgtec.com
   110	Noest, Boerge 		borgen@stud.cs.uit.no
   111	Nummelin, Arto 		euaanu@eua.ericsson.se
   112	O'Bryan, Mark 		obryan@gumby.cc.wmich.edu
   113	Oakley, Andrew 		evilandi@vnet.ibm.com: YES
   114	Oakley, David 		dxo@uk.ac.bham.cs
   115	Ochocki, Russell 	rdo@kynes.bison.mb.ca
   116	Oke, Simon 		okes@essex.ac.uk
   117	Oosterhoff, Auke  	UBADIC06@EBCESCA1
   118	Paetau, Rasmus 		paetau@mits.mdata.fi
   119	Page, Donald 		donaldp@sco.com YES
   120	Park, Michael 		mpark@u.washington.edu
   121	Paschall-Zimbel, David	davidli@simvax.lambed.umn.edu: YES
   122	Pelletier, Yves 	pelletier@nyongwa.cam.org
   123	Peterschmidt, Kurt 	kurt.peterschmidt@cray.com
   124	Peterson, Brian 	brianp@netcom.com
   125	?			ptucker@elli.une.ed.au: YES
   126	Quinn, Michael 		mjquinn@pucc.princeton.edu:  YES
   127	Rae, Ian 		imr@uk.ac.bham.cs
   128	Rauch, Felix 		rauch@avalon.physik.unizh.ch
   129	Ravens, Waldi 		walra%moacs11@nluug.nl
   130	Reed,Dan 		ma0dmr@ss1.bath.ac.uk: YES
   131	Rice, Rob 		rrice@mail.sas.upenn.edu
   132	Ridd, Chris 		C.J.Ridd@cs.bham.ac.uk
   133	Schaaf, Richard 	rscha@ctp.com
   134	Schr"oder, Martin 	L15D@ALF.ZFN.UNI-BREMEN.DE
   135	Schulze, Thomas 	ts@uni-paderborn.de
   136	Schuster, Bernd 	schuster@edag.ptdg.sharp.co.jp
   137	Schwingen, Michael 	rincewind@discworld.oche.de
   138	Singleton, john 	singlejf@cs.aston.ac.uk
   139	Skar, Anders 		anderss@edb.tih.no
   140	Sobek, Ralph 		Ralph.Sobek@cerfacs.fr
   141	Spacek, Mark 		spacek@cactus.org
   142	Spear, Geoffrey 	gspear+@CMU.EDU
   143	Steve Jr, Michael 	msteve@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
   144	Stevenson, David 	djs@jet.uk
   145	Stoks, Sander 		sanders@sci.kun.nl
   146	Stuyvesant, Eric 	erics@agora.rain.com
   147	Syratt,Richard 		richard@op.ph.ic.ac.uk
   148	Tagliaro, Paolo 	mandela@sabrina.dei.unipd.it
   149	Tashian, Carl 		tashiacm@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu
   150	Thomas, David 		spx2djt@cardiff.ac.uk
   151	Tomlinson, Howard	u1j64@keele.ac.uk.has.better.chips
   152	Tveito, Oodvar 		oddvar.tveito@tf.tele.no
   153	van Oostrum, Piet 	piet@cs.ruu.nl
   154	Vance, Joachim 		jvance@einstein.oac.uci.edu
   155	Vasileff, david 	dvasilef@indiana.edu
   156	Veenstra, Hendrik Jan 	hjv@phil.ruu.nl
   157	Venable, Rick 		rvenable@helix.nih.gov 
   158	Verhoeven, marco 	Marco_Verhoeven@nextjk.wlink.nl
   159	Vizor, Nick 		csi080@uk.ac.coventry.cch
   160	von Gunten, Ralf 	VONGUNTENR@ezinfo.vmsmail.ethz.ch
   161	Wagner, Gary 		grw@ukc.ac.uk
   162	Weber-Fahr, Christoph, 	wefa@kit.uni-kl.de: YES
   163	Wells, Steven 		WELLS_S@Kosmos.WCC.Govt.NZ
   164	White, stephen 		sfwhite@sciborg.uwaterloo.ca           
   165	Willekens, Jan 		jan@nextjk.wlink.nl
   166	Winter, Matthew 	wintermi@cs.aston.ac.uk
   167	Wokoun, Douglas 	af623@cleveland.Freenet.Edu
   168	Wood, Victor 		rm4y@vm.op.dlr.de
   169	Woodbury, Gregory 	ggw@wolves.durham.nc.us
   170	Yannikos, Marinos 	nino@vmars.tuwien.ac.at


36 No votes were cast, and were as follows:

     1	Benningfield Jr., Robert F. 	benningf%aurfs1%aurgate@mcnc.org
     2	Carr, Dave 			carr@otto.cit.buffalo.edu
     3	Coile, Steve 			scoile@gmuvax.gmu.edu
     4	da Silva, Peter 		peter@ficc.ferranti.com
     5	Fee, Charles 			cxf111@psuvm.psu.edu
     6	Fenelon, Peter 			pete@minster.york.ac.uk
     7	Fink, Oliver 			hagar@tpki.toppoint.de
     8	Hatz, Mike 			mhatz@nyx.cs.du.edu
     9	Hendrickson, Eric 		edh@staff.tc.umn.edu
    10	Hooover, Bruce 			hooverb@cs.wvu.wvnet.edu
    11	JACOBI, MIKE  			SYSTEM@EAGLE.NAVSSES.NAVY.MIL
    12	Johannes, Gronvall 		joha@clinet.fi
    13	Juul, Arne 			arnej@lise.unit.no
    14	Kaltefleiter, Roland 		kaltef@theo-physik.uni-kiel.dbp.de
    15	Klink, Oliver 			oliver@oktagon.rd.sub.org
    16	Lake, Marshall 			mlake@irscscm.uucp address
    17	lau, stephen 			lau@ai.sri.com
    18	Lehovich, Andre 		andrel@brown.edu
    19	Lindahl, Greg 			gl8f@virginia.edu
    20	Miller, Ricahrd 		rick@bcm.tmc.edu
    21	Moorcroft, Marc 		smarry@zooid.guild.org
    22	Nesbitt, Murray 		mjn@pseudo.uucp
    23	Noh, Jay 			jnoh@genesis.mcs.com
    24	Olson, Eric 			ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu
    25	Owens, Bill 			owens@acsu.buffalo.edu
    26	Petro, Herbert 			hmpetro@mosaic.uncc.edu
    27	Plutchak, Joel 			plutchak@porter.geo.brown.edu
    28	Power, Matt 			mhpower@athena.mit.edu
    29	Rogers, Steve 			srogers@tad.eds.com
    30	Ryan, Sean 			fsspr@aurora.alaska.edu
    31	Sanchez, Eugenio		al198723@academ01.mty.itesm.mx
    32	Sanchez-Pe~a, Eugenio 		al198723@academ01.mty.itesm.mx
    33	sheldon, steve 			sheldon@iastate.edu
    34	Spiker, Robert W. 		rws3n@Virginia.EDU
    35	Trier, Stephen 			trier@ins.cwru.edu
    36	Vries, Robert de 		robert@and.nl

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