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From anneser@pwa-b.uucp Mon Jan 18 17:10:28 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: anneser@pwa-b.uucp (Dean Anneser)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.fortran,comp.lang.c,comp.unix.sys5.r4
Subject: RFD: comp.sys.harris
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Keywords: real-time, Fortran, C, Ada, smp, user group, simulation, data acq
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

  Create an UNMODERATED Usenet newsgroup called 'comp.sys.harris' .

  This announcement is cross-posted to newsgroups whose readers may have 
  interest in the discussion about the new group; follow-up discussion will
  take place in 'news.groups'. Suggestions, comments or problems may also
  be emailed to me at <uunet!pwa-b!anneser>.

PURPOSE

  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' Night Hawk family of computers.
  The Night Hawk is a symmetric multiprocessor system which runs a real-time
  Unix.  A primary target market of this system is real-time simulation
  and data acquisition.

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  

RATIONALE

  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) 
  publishes a bulletin that to date has been a users' communications vehicle.
  Users however, seem reluctant to submit articles -- signing up to formally
  publish an article takes a commitment of time.  Because participation in
  a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and spontaneous, it is hoped this will
  encourage and facilitate a greater amount of information sharing among
  Harris users.

CONTENT

  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software
  - software releases discussion and announces
  - languages (C, Fortran, Ada)
  - applications

  System
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale

NEWSGROUP CREATION

  The discussion period will be from 18 January 1993 to 15 February 1993.
  Please post all discussion in 'news.groups'.  If a consensus is reached by
  the end of the discussion period, a CFV (Call for Votes) will be posted
  at that time. The voting period will last for 30 days.

Thank you for your interest.
-- 
Dean W. Anneser                  Pratt & Whitney Aircraft     
Computer System Specialist       m.s. 161-05                     "Eschew 
(203)565-9372 (desk) 5016 (fax)  400 Main St.                  Obfuscation"
uunet!pwa-b!clbdev!anneser       East Hartford, CT  06108

From pwa-b!anneser Sat Feb 13 12:45:12 1993
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.c,comp.lang.fortran,comp.unix.programmer,comp.unix.sys5.r4
Path: uunet!enterpoop.mit.edu!spool.mu.edu!uwm.edu!rpi!bounce-back
From: pwa-b!anneser (Dean Anneser)
Subject: 2nd RFD: comp.sys.harris
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

  Create an UNMODERATED Usenet newsgroup called 'comp.sys.harris' .

  This announcement is cross-posted to newsgroups whose readers may have 
  interest in the discussion about the new group; follow-up discussion will
  take place in 'news.groups'. Suggestions, comments or problems may also
  be emailed to me at <uunet!pwa-b!anneser>.

PURPOSE

  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' H-Series, HCX, and the Night Hawk
  family of computers.  It is expected that most of the traffic would relate
  to the Night Hawk (being Harris' latest offering), however, discussions
  of older platforms are certainly welcome.

  Harris' business focus is on real-time computing.  A primary target market
  of the symmetric multiprocessor Night Hawk is real-time simulation and data
  acquisition.  It is hoped that Harris users from all fields (aerospace,
  education, research, engineering, government, manufacturing, simulation,
  etc.) would participate in this newsgroup.  

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  While Harris
  employees are welcome to join the discussions, this group is not intended
  as an alternative to the standard Harris support channels.

RATIONALE

  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) 
  publishes a bulletin that to date has been a users' communications vehicle.
  Users however, seem reluctant to submit articles -- signing up to formally
  publish an article takes a commitment of time.  Because participation in
  a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and spontaneous, it is hoped this will
  encourage and facilitate a greater amount of information sharing among
  Harris users.

CONTENT

  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software (GNU and others)
  - software releases, discussion and announcements
  - languages (Ada, C, Fortran)
  - applications

  System
  - administration
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale
  - h/w & s/w wish list items

NEWSGROUP CREATION

  The discussion period will be from 15 January 1993 to 15 February 1993.
  Please post all discussion in 'news.groups'.  If a consensus is reached by
  the end of the discussion period, a CFV (Call for Votes) will be posted
  at that time. The voting period will last for 30 days.

Thank you for your interest.
-- 
Dean W. Anneser                  Pratt & Whitney Aircraft     
Computer System Specialist       m.s. 161-05                     "Eschew 
(203)565-9372 (desk) 5016 (fax)  400 Main St.                  Obfuscation"
uunet!pwa-b!clbdev!anneser       East Hartford, CT  06108

From anneser@pwa-b.uucp Sat Feb 13 13:03:34 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: anneser@pwa-b.uucp (Dean Anneser)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.c,comp.lang.fortran,comp.unix.programmer,comp.unix.sys5.r4
Subject: 2nd RFD: comp.sys.harris
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 6 Feb 1993 18:13:59 -0500
Organization: Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

  Create an UNMODERATED Usenet newsgroup called 'comp.sys.harris' .

  This announcement is cross-posted to newsgroups whose readers may have 
  interest in the discussion about the new group; follow-up discussion will
  take place in 'news.groups'. Suggestions, comments or problems may also
  be emailed to me at <uunet!pwa-b!anneser>.

PURPOSE

  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' H-Series, HCX, and the Night Hawk
  family of computers.  It is expected that most of the traffic would relate
  to the Night Hawk (being Harris' latest offering), however, discussions
  of older platforms are certainly welcome.

  Harris' business focus is on real-time computing.  A primary target market
  of the symmetric multiprocessor Night Hawk is real-time simulation and data
  acquisition.  It is hoped that Harris users from all fields (aerospace,
  education, research, engineering, government, manufacturing, simulation,
  etc.) would participate in this newsgroup.  

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  While Harris
  employees are welcome to join the discussions, this group is not intended
  as an alternative to the standard Harris support channels.

RATIONALE

  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) 
  publishes a bulletin that to date has been a users' communications vehicle.
  Users however, seem reluctant to submit articles -- signing up to formally
  publish an article takes a commitment of time.  Because participation in
  a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and spontaneous, it is hoped this will
  encourage and facilitate a greater amount of information sharing among
  Harris users.

CONTENT

  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software (GNU and others)
  - software releases, discussion and announcements
  - languages (Ada, C, Fortran)
  - applications

  System
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale
  - h/w & s/w wish list items

NEWSGROUP CREATION

  The discussion period will be from 15 January 1993 to 15 February 1993.
  Please post all discussion in 'news.groups'.  If a consensus is reached by
  the end of the discussion period, a CFV (Call for Votes) will be posted
  at that time. The voting period will last for 30 days.

Thank you for your interest.
-- 
Dean W. Anneser                  Pratt & Whitney Aircraft     
Computer System Specialist       m.s. 161-05                     "Eschew 
(203)565-9372 (desk) 5016 (fax)  400 Main St.                  Obfuscation"
uunet!pwa-b!clbdev!anneser       East Hartford, CT  06108

From anneser@pwa-b.uucp Thu Apr  1 10:19:52 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: anneser@pwa-b.uucp (Dean Anneser)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.fortran,comp.lang.c,comp.unix.sys5.r4,comp.sys.m88k
Subject: CFV: comp.sys.harris
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Date: 31 Mar 1993 20:27:14 -0500
Organization: Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
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Keywords: real-time, SMP, simulation, data acquisition, Ada, C, Fortran
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3421 news.groups:68933 comp.arch:38951 comp.realtime:3587 comp.lang.ada:11097 comp.lang.fortran:13154 comp.lang.c:66361 comp.unix.sys5.r4:2399 comp.sys.m88k:1333

                            CALL FOR VOTES
                            --------------
NEWSGROUP:
  comp.sys.harris

STATUS: Unmoderated

CHARTER:
  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' H-Series, HCX, and the Night Hawk
  family of computers.  It is expected that most of the traffic would relate
  to the Night Hawk (being Harris' latest offering), however, discussions
  of older platforms are certainly welcome.

  Harris' business focus is on real-time computing.  A primary target market
  of the symmetric multiprocessor Night Hawk is real-time simulation and data
  acquisition.  It is hoped that Harris users from all fields (aerospace,
  education, research, engineering, government, manufacturing, simulation,
  etc.) would participate in this newsgroup.  

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  While Harris
  employees are welcome to join the discussions, this group is not intended
  as an alternative to the standard Harris support channels.

RATIONALE: 
  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) publishes
  a quarterly bulletin that to date has been the only formal communications
  channel.  Because participation in a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and
  spontaneous, it is hoped this will encourage and facilitate information
  sharing among Harris users.

CONTENT:
  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software (GNU and others)
  - software releases, discussion and announcements
  - languages (Ada, C, Fortran)
  - applications

  System
  - administration
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale
  - h/w & s/w wish list items

VOTING INSTRUCTIONS AND ADDRESSES:
  The voting period is from 1 April 93 through 30 April 93.

  All votes should be sent to:
     Internet:       anneser@pwfire.pweh.utc.com   or
                     anneser%clbdev@pwfire.pweh.utc.com
     Uucp:           uunet!pwa-b!anneser

  "Yes" votes (in support of the formation of comp.sys.harris as described)
  should contain a line of the form:

     "VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : YES"

  "No" votes (in opposition of the formation of comp.sys.harris as described)
  should contain a line of the form:

     "VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : NO"

  Variations in subject line format and message body will be accepted
  as long as the intent is clearly expressed.

  Voting Rules:

  - One vote per person. If you vote more than once, only the *last* of
    those votes will count.  Therefore if you change your mind about
    the vote, you can send a new vote, which invalidates the old vote,
    as long as it is within the voting period.

  - Ambiguous votes will be invalidated.  Ambiguous votes contain neither YES
    nor NO, or contain both, or are conditional, such as "I vote ... if ..."

  - Votes posted to any newsgroup will NOT be counted.

  - According to the USENET rules, in order for the new group to be created,
    at least 2/3 of the votes must be "YES", and there must be at least 100
    more "YES" votes than "NO" votes.

  - For more details on the voting rules being followed, refer to article
    <spaf-howto_715578991@cs.purdue.edu> in news.announce.newgroups.
-- 
Dean W. Anneser                  Pratt & Whitney Aircraft     
Computer System Specialist       m.s. 161-05                       \__ -\  
(203)565-9372 (desk) 5016 (fax)  400 Main St.               Ooo.. (_)-V/( )
Uucp:     uunet!pwa-b!anneser    East Hartford, CT  06108    Live to Ride

From anneser@pwa-b.uucp Fri Apr 16 10:40:05 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: anneser@pwa-b.uucp (Dean Anneser)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.fortran,comp.lang.c,comp.unix.sys5.r4,comp.sys.m88k
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.sys.harris
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Date: 15 Apr 1993 18:17:38 -0400
Organization: Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
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Keywords: real-time, Ada, C, Fortran, SMP, simulation, data acquisition
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:3471 news.groups:69906 comp.arch:39453 comp.realtime:3666 comp.lang.ada:11335 comp.lang.fortran:13423 comp.lang.c:67215 comp.unix.sys5.r4:2645 comp.sys.m88k:1348

                        SECOND CALL FOR VOTES
                            --------------
NEWSGROUP:
  comp.sys.harris

STATUS: Unmoderated

CHARTER:
  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' H-Series, HCX, and the Night Hawk
  family of computers.  It is expected that most of the traffic would relate
  to the Night Hawk (being Harris' latest offering), however, discussions
  of older platforms are certainly welcome.

  Harris' business focus is on real-time computing.  A primary target market
  of the symmetric multiprocessor Night Hawk is real-time simulation and data
  acquisition.  It is hoped that Harris users from all fields (aerospace,
  education, research, engineering, government, manufacturing, simulation,
  etc.) would participate in this newsgroup.  

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  While Harris
  employees are welcome to join the discussions, this group is not intended
  as an alternative to the standard Harris support channels.

RATIONALE: 
  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) publishes
  a quarterly bulletin that to date has been the only formal communications
  channel.  Because participation in a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and
  spontaneous, it is hoped this will encourage and facilitate information
  sharing among Harris users.

CONTENT:
  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software (GNU and others)
  - software releases, discussion and announcements
  - languages (Ada, C, Fortran)
  - applications

  System
  - administration
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale
  - h/w & s/w wish list items

VOTING INSTRUCTIONS AND ADDRESSES:
  The voting period is from 1 April 93 to 1 May 93.

  All votes should be sent to:
     Internet:       anneser@pwfire.pweh.utc.com   or
                     anneser%clbdev@pwfire.pweh.utc.com
     Uucp:           uunet!pwa-b!anneser

  "Yes" votes (in support of the formation of comp.sys.harris as described)
  should contain a line of the form:

     "VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : YES"

  "No" votes (in opposition of the formation of comp.sys.harris as described)
  should contain a line of the form:

     "VOTE: lastname, firstname [email address] : NO"

  Variations in subject line format and message body will be accepted
  as long as the intent is clearly expressed.

  Voting Rules:

  - One vote per person. If you vote more than once, only the *last* of
    those votes will count.  Therefore if you change your mind about
    the vote, you can send a new vote, which invalidates the old vote,
    as long as it is within the voting period.

  - Ambiguous votes will be invalidated.  Ambiguous votes contain neither YES
    nor NO, or contain both, or are conditional, such as "I vote ... if ..."

  - Votes posted to any newsgroup will NOT be counted.

  - According to the USENET rules, in order for the new group to be created,
    at least 2/3 of the votes must be "YES", and there must be at least 100
    more "YES" votes than "NO" votes.

  - For more details on the voting rules being followed, refer to article
    <spaf-howto_715578991@cs.purdue.edu> in news.announce.newgroups.
-- 
Dean W. Anneser                  Pratt & Whitney Aircraft     
Computer System Specialist       m.s. 161-05                       \__ -\  
(203)565-9372 (desk) 5016 (fax)  400 Main St.               Ooo.. (_)-V/( )
Uucp:     uunet!pwa-b!anneser    East Hartford, CT  06108    Live to Ride

From anneser@pwa-b.uucp Tue May 11 08:44:07 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: anneser@pwa-b.uucp (Dean Anneser)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.arch,comp.realtime,comp.lang.ada,comp.lang.fortran,comp.lang.c,comp.unix.sys5.r4,comp.sys.m88k
Subject: RESULT: comp.sys.harris passes 134:9
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This is the result of the vote for the creation of an unmoderated Usenet
newsgroup called comp.sys.harris which has been advertised with the
following charter.  Thank you to all who participated.

CHARTER:
  The newsgroup 'comp.sys.harris' would be a forum for discussing issues
  relating to Harris Computer Systems' H-Series, HCX, and the Night Hawk
  family of computers.  It is expected that most of the traffic would relate
  to the Night Hawk (being Harris' latest offering), however, discussions
  of older platforms are certainly welcome.

  Harris' business focus is on real-time computing.  A primary target market
  of the symmetric multiprocessor Night Hawk is real-time simulation and data
  acquisition.  It is hoped that Harris users from all fields (aerospace,
  education, research, engineering, government, manufacturing, simulation,
  etc.) would participate in this newsgroup.  

  A 'comp.sys.harris' newsgroup would provide its readers an opportunity
  to network with other users to share experiences of hardware and software
  solutions, request and receive help from other users in solving specific
  problems, and identify solutions for unique applications.  While Harris
  employees are welcome to join the discussions, this group is not intended
  as an alternative to the standard Harris support channels.

RATIONALE: 
  The Harris users group (HUE - Harris Users' Exchange, est. 1976) publishes
  a quarterly bulletin that to date has been the only formal communications
  channel.  Because participation in a newsgroup is easy, immediate, and
  spontaneous, it is hoped this will encourage and facilitate information
  sharing among Harris users.

CONTENT:
  Hardware
  - Harris Night Hawks
  - interfacing 3rd party products

  Software
  - ported public domain software (GNU and others)
  - software releases, discussion and announcements
  - languages (Ada, C, Fortran)
  - applications

  System
  - administration
  - system tuning
  - real-time issues
  - benchmarking and performance measurement
  - bugs and workarounds

  System administration
  - security

  Miscellaneaous
  - conferences
  - jobs available
  - other events of interest for Harris users
  - used hardware forsale
  - h/w & s/w wish list items


VOTE RESULT:

  YES votes: 134
  NO  votes:   9

The vote to create comp.sys.harris passed by both the required 2/3
minimum and by the required 100 votes difference.

The following people voted YES:

allen, todd    todd@ssd.csd.harris.com
Anneser, Dean [anneser@pwfire.pweh.utc.com]
Backert, Harald c5039@rrzc1.rz.uni-regensburg.de
baietto, jason [jason@ssd.csd.harris.com]
Barrett, Fred [fmb6256@aw101.iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Bartels, Claire [claireb@elmhurst.edu]
 Baumhauer, Andrew abaumhau@udecc.engr.udayton.edu
Beal, Kenneth [kbeal@amber.ssd.csd.harris.com]
beck,jeff[jab0004@orcas.fsl.ca.boeing.com]
Beck,Paul   hrshcx!pbeck
Beddow, Daniel [dbeddow@mnpower.com]
Benningfield, Robert [benningf%aurfs1.aur.alcatel.com@rockdal.aud.alcatel.com]
Beusterien, Paul [paulb@travis.csd.harris.com]
Biesiadecki, Edward [biesiadecki@harris.csd.com]
Bishop, Al [abishop@swri.edu]
Blasik, John [john@rtfm.mlb.fl.us]
booth, michael [booth@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Borgione, Larry [larryb@elmhurst.edu]
Braunlin, Mark [markb@misg.csd.harris.com]
Bronder, David [dbronder@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Brown, Lee lee@ssd.csd.harris.com
brown, roger [ rhb@hgc.edu ]
brynell, david [brynell@gdwest.gd.com]
Calabro, Rick [rcalabro@csd.harris.com]
carkonen, wendy[wlc4690@iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Carroll, Stewart (scarroll@cadfx.ccad.uiowa.edu)
Christensen, James [christen@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Clough, Stuart  [uunet!pwa-b!clough]
Corrigan, Louis [ln_lco@pki-nbg.philips.de]
Culliton, kevin seahcx!kevinc
Curtis, John  curtis@ll.mit.edu
Davis Thomas davis@udecc.engr.udayton.edu
Deo, Sanjay [sanjay@ssd.csd.harris.com]
Deres, Joe [jderes@swri.edu]
Dolezal, Gerd [gedo@munich.csd.harris.com]
Donald Ball [donb@misg]
emmer, deems [demmer@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu]
Falke, Charlie [falke%clbdev@pwfire.pweh.utc.com]
Faure, John  jfaure@core1.hssc.ksc.nasa.gov
Francis, Jim [jimf@elmhurst.edu]
Franklin, Jim   uunet!shared!jimf
Freuler, Rick [rickf@aarla.eng.ohio-state.edu]
FREY, CHARLES, DAN  [dfrey@csd.harris.com]
goldberg, arnold ajg@ccd.harris.com
Gorczyca, Anne [amg@hyperion.haystack.edu]
 Graham, Dick [grahamd@ll.mit.edu]
greenberg, jeff jgreenberg@osprey.srl.ford.com
Hartley, Robert bobh@misg.csd.harris.com
Haskins, Robert [haskins@mipps.myapc.com]
Hirt, Brian acsbah@hawk.depaul.edu
Hite, Steve [shite@sinkhole.unf.edu]
Hodson, James [hodson@munich.csd.harris.com]
Holliday, William D. III [wdh3@mkt.csd.harris.com]
Holzworth, Don donh@travis.csd.harris.com
Horsley, Thomas [tahorsley@ssd.csd.harris.com]
Hurt, Michelle [mdh@swlra1.msd.ray.com]
Hwang,Aaron ahwang@core1.hssc.ksc.nasa.gov
Jacobson, Craig [craig-jacobson@ksc.ksc.nasa.gov]
Jeffrey, John [johnj@elmhurst.edu]
Johnson, Jon [jonj@elmhurst.edu]
Johnson, Michael D. [mdj0197@aw101.iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Kahn, Bill [wkahn@misg.csd.harris.com]
kassan, scott [skassan@ccd.harris.com]
keene,angelo akeene@core1.hssc.ksc.nasa.gov
Kim, Il-Yong [ ocs93740@roo.fit.edu ]
Klingler, Sean sdk@ccd.harris.com
Kowalke, Phyllis [phyllisk@elmhurst.edu]
Kulich, Jim [jimk@elmhurst.edu]
LaMaster, Hugh [lamaster@ames.arc.nasa.gov]
Lund, Eric W. [ewlund@dsc.harris.com]
Maciag, Chester J.  [maciagc@lonex.rl.af.mil]
marchant, edward eddy@ssd.csd.harris.com
mason, Don [donm@elmhurst.edu]
Matrinez,Roger misg!rmatrine
Mautte, Sidney [uunet!pwa-b!mautte]
McGuire, Brian [uunet!pwa-b!mcguire]
McIntosh, Linda acsllm@orion.depaul.edu
Melton, Gary [gdfwc3!gary@uunet.uu.net]
Merusi, Don [uunet!pwa-b!merusi]
Metzger, Richard C. [metzgerr@sybil.se.rl.af.mil]
Miller, Richard rick@bcm.tmc.edu
Miorelli, Bob [miorelli@pwa-b.uucp]
Moline, Bill [bill_m@labtech.com]
Muellner, Bill [billm@elmhurst.edu]
Musko, Stephen stephen_musko@emal.sprl.umich.edu
Nelson, David	[acsdcn@hawk.depaul.edu]
new, edwin [ednew@titan.ksc.nasa.gov]
Nicholls, Sam [gdfwc3!mlucis!nicholls@central.sun.com]
norwood, diana   drnorwood@ssd.csd.harris.com
Nunn, david [davidn@fsi.com]
Pammett, Kevin kgpammet@jd.b17a.ingr.com
Papelis Yiannis [yiannis@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Parsons, Richard dparsons@ccd.harris.com
Peaden, Cary [cary-peaden@ksc.ksc.nasa.gov]
Petersen, Andrew [petersen@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Pietrowicz, Steve srp@travis.csd.harris.com
Raley, Joseph  RALEYJ@whitecap.ksc.nasa.gov
Ray, David [dray@travis.csd.harris.com]
Rezabek, Farice [acsfer@hawk.depaul.edu]
rodwell, robert [uunet!pwa-b!rodwell]
Roe, Ted roe@ll.mit.edu
Rogers, Allen [allenr@elmhurst.edu]
Romano, Richard rromano@ccad.uiowa.edu
Ryan, Sean [fsspr@aurora.alaska.edu]
Sabens, Stanley k5imssbs@sam41.sam.usace.army.mil
Scofield, Doug [doog@ssd.csd.harris.com]
Shallow, Jon [jon@london.csd.harris.com]
Shironoshita, Roberto [shirono@travis.csd.harris.com]
Skiggn, John[jes9242@aw101.iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Slater, Mark mslater@misg.csd.harris.com
smith, nate nates@ll.mit.edu
Smithson, Brian [brian@grot.starconn.com]
Son, Stacey [sson@byu.edu]
Staton, Brian bstaton@x102a.ess.harris.com
Strang, John(jstrang@misg.csd.harris.com)
Sturtevant, Fred [fds6526@aw101.iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Thomas, Barry uunet!pwa-b!thomas
Treiber, Ben [treiber@munich.csd.harris.com]
VanFosson, Timothy [timv@ccad.uiowa.edu]
Varner, Denise [dvarner@swri.edu]
Vircks, Robert [rmv0560.aw101.iasl.ca.boeing.com]
Von Borstel, Robert [vonb@iitmax.iit.edu]
Wallace, Mark mwallace@core1.hssc.ksc.nasa.gov
Wallace, Mark mwallace@core1.hssc.ksc.nasa.gov
Walters, Martan [martanw@elmhurst.edu]
Weinstock, Richard [rwe@munich.csd.harris.com]
Wendt, Reinhard [rwendt@munich.csd.harris.com]
Wheeler, Larry [acslaw@orion.depaul.edu]
Williams, Jim [jimw@elmhurst.edu]
Wilson, Robert  [wilson@math.wisc.edu]
Wood, Douglas [dougw@fsi.com]
Woodbury, Gregory ggw@wolves.durham.nc.us
Wool, Jack 	jwool@csd.harris.com	
Zinsmeyer, Charles [CZinsmeyer@Swri.edu]

The following people voted NO:

Al-Shaab, Ahmed ahmed@mansun.lut.ac.uk
Boulay  Peter  pjb4288@ritvax.bitnet
Denney, Alan  [aland@informix.com]
Echavarria, Miguel mech@wdl1.wdl.loral.com
Knauerhase, Rob [knauer@cs.uiuc.EDU]
Lau, Stephen [lau@ai.sri.com]
Miranda, Adrian [ade@psg.com]
Olson, Eric [ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu]
Petro, Herbert [hmpetro@uncc.edu]
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