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From [email protected] Thu Oct  7 10:31:54 1993
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From: [email protected] (Arnt Gulbrandsen)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,comp.sys.misc,alt.folklore.computers
Subject: RFD: comp.sys.sinclair
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I posted this to news.groups on October 4th; I wasn't aware that
an RFD must be posted to news.announce.newsgroups as well as
news.groups to be valid.  Thanks to the two people who told me.
I assume the date of this posting marks the official start of the
discussion period.

Here's the RFD text:

I want to create a newsgroup, comp.sys.sinclair, to replace a
little-known mailing list which is going away soon, when its owner
loses that account.  I would prefer a newsgroup rather than a new
mailing list (which I can host) since people seem to be bad at
finding mailing lists, but good at grepping through the list of
active newsgroups.

Charter:  To provide a forum for the discussion of the various
brainchildren of Sir Clive (born Clive Sinclair) and related
computers such as the Jupiter Ace, TK95, SAM Coupe and never-to-be
Thor, software, peripherals, emulators for them, programming them;
playing those wonderful games (6031769, anyone?); and anything else
which interests the Sinclair community.  The group will not be
moderated.  If, at some future date, someone should want to make it
moderated, the same procedure should be followed as for the creation
of a new USENET group at that time.

Now, of course you all know this, but:  Sir Clive is a British
genius who's built a number of remarkable computers since the late
seventies and sold some 5-10 million of them, mostly Spectrums.
`Remarkable' is not necessarily positive... there are quite a few
remarks to be made about his cost-cutting techniques, for instance.
-- 
Arnt Gulbrandsen, [email protected]
Yes, I know, two .sigs.  No need to flame me... unless you really want to?

From [email protected] Thu Nov 11 10:21:42 1993
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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                      1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                 Unmoderated group comp.sys.sinclair
 
Newsgroups line:
comp.sys.sinclair	Sinclair computers, eg. the ZX81, Spectrum and QL.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 2 December 1993.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Arnt Gulbrandsen 
<[email protected]>.

The Call for Votes articles will also be sent to the Sincnews mailing
list <[email protected]>, and to everyone who responded to
the RFD via email.


CHARTER
-------

To provide a forum for the discussion of the various brainchildren of
Sir Clive (born Clive Sinclair) and related computers such as the
Jupiter Ace, TK and TS series', SAM Coupe and never-to-be Thor,
software, peripherals, emulators for them, programming them; playing
those wonderful games (6031769, anyone?); and anything else which
interests the Sinclair community.  The group will not be moderated.  If,
at some future date, someone should want to make it moderated, the same
procedure should be followed as for the creation of a new USENET group
at that time. 

The newsgroup will be gatewayed to, and eventually supersede, the
Sincnews mailing list mentioned above.


STANDARD VOTING INFO
--------------------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

(just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming your
newsreader software honors "Reply-To" headers).  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.sys.sinclair
or
      I vote NO on comp.sys.sinclair

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
comp.sys.sinclair will count as a vote.

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.  You may also send in an "abstain" vote in the same 
manner, using "abstain" in place of "yes" or "no".  This will cancel
any previous vote, and will not otherwise be counted.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  A list of
any acknowledgment messages that bounce back to me is posted in the
second Call for Votes article.  (CFV articles do *not* otherwise
contain mass vote acknowledgments.)  

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  The requirements for group creation
are 100 more YES votes than NO votes, and 2/3 of all votes being YES.
-- 
Mark James  <[email protected]>    *** Opinions, errors etc are mine. ***
Dialogic Corporation, 300 Littleton Road    | "Wherever people feel free to
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.                 |  smoke, I feel free to fart."
+1 201 334 1268 ext 438  Fax +1 201 334 1257|  -- J-M DuFerre, chef, 1891

From [email protected] Sat Nov 27 00:13:00 1993
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.sys.sinclair
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                      2nd CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                 Unmoderated group comp.sys.sinclair
 
Newsgroups line:
comp.sys.sinclair	Sinclair computers, eg. the ZX81, Spectrum and QL.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 2 December 1993.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Arnt Gulbrandsen 
<[email protected]>.

The Call for Votes articles will also be sent to the Sincnews mailing
list <[email protected]>, and to everyone who responded to
the RFD via email.


CHARTER
-------

To provide a forum for the discussion of the various brainchildren of
Sir Clive (born Clive Sinclair) and related computers such as the
Jupiter Ace, TK and TS series', SAM Coupe and never-to-be Thor,
software, peripherals, emulators for them, programming them; playing
those wonderful games (6031769, anyone?); and anything else which
interests the Sinclair community.  The group will not be moderated.  If,
at some future date, someone should want to make it moderated, the same
procedure should be followed as for the creation of a new USENET group
at that time. 

The newsgroup will be gatewayed to, and eventually supersede, the
Sincnews mailing list mentioned above.


STANDARD VOTING INFO
--------------------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

(just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming your
newsreader software honors "Reply-To" headers).  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.sys.sinclair
or
      I vote NO on comp.sys.sinclair

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
comp.sys.sinclair will count as a vote.

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.  You may also send in an "abstain" vote in the same 
manner, using "abstain" in place of "yes" or "no".  This will cancel
any previous vote, and will not otherwise be counted.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  A list of
any acknowledgment messages that bounce back to me is posted in the
second Call for Votes article.  (CFV articles do *not* otherwise
contain mass vote acknowledgments.)  

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  The requirements for group creation
are 100 more YES votes than NO votes, and 2/3 of all votes being YES.


BOUNCED VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
----------------------------

No vote acknowledgments have bounced. 

-- 
Mark James  <[email protected]>    *** Opinions, errors etc are mine. ***
Dialogic Corporation, 300 Littleton Road    | "Wherever people feel free to
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.                 |  smoke, I feel free to fart."
+1 201 334 1268 ext 438  Fax +1 201 334 1257|  -- J-M DuFerre, chef, 1891

From [email protected] Tue Dec  7 18:07:13 1993
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From: [email protected] (Mark James)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.sys.sinclair passes 318:27
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                               VOTE RESULT

                   Unmoderated group comp.sys.sinclair

Voting closed on 2 December 1993 at 23:59:59 GMT.  The results are:

Yes votes:  318
No votes:    27

This margin is adequate for newgroup creation.  There will now be a
five-day period during which corrections to the vote count may be
made.  Barring massive controversy about the vote, the group will 
be created at the end of this period.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  

Vote-taker: 		Mark James <[email protected]>
Group proponent: 	Arnt Gulbrandsen <[email protected]>

Newsgroups line:
comp.sys.sinclair	Sinclair computers, eg. the ZX81, Spectrum and QL.


CHARTER (as printed in the Call for Votes)
-------

To provide a forum for the discussion of the various brainchildren of
Sir Clive (born Clive Sinclair) and related computers such as the
Jupiter Ace, TK and TS series', SAM Coupe and never-to-be Thor,
software, peripherals, emulators for them, programming them; playing
those wonderful games (6031769, anyone?); and anything else which
interests the Sinclair community.  The group will not be moderated.  If,
at some future date, someone should want to make it moderated, the same
procedure should be followed as for the creation of a new USENET group
at that time. 

The newsgroup will be gatewayed to, and eventually supersede, the
Sincnews mailing list.


VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-------------------

These lists are sorted in alphabetical order by login name, as taken
>from the "From:" line.  Note that certain UUCP addresses are mangled 
somewhat in order to sort nicely.


YES votes were received from the following people:

[email protected] (Chris FOWLER)
[email protected] (Graham Underwood)
[email protected] (Steve Adams)
[email protected] (Dermot Mc Nally)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (A G Jackson)
[email protected] (Andrew Jessett) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (L.Miguel Carmona)
[email protected] (Ramesh Fernando) 
[email protected] (Aaron Priven) 
[email protected] (Adam David) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Arnt Gulbrandsen)
[email protected] (Wout van Albada) 
[email protected] (Andras Salamon) 
[email protected] (Andreas Heimdal) 
[email protected] (Andrew Williams)
[email protected] (Andy Holyer) 
[email protected] (Andrew Hird)
[email protected] (Andy Norman)
[email protected] (Andries Dippenaar) 
[email protected] (Andrew Jerrison)
[email protected] (Dale T. Long)
[email protected] (Arve Stavo)
[email protected] (Michael Damian Audley)
[email protected] (Jon Massey)
[email protected] (Roger Backhouse [Economics])
[email protected] (John Nettleton) 
[email protected] (Bartosz Blacha)
[email protected] (Bernhard Scheffold) 
[email protected] (Bernd Finger) 
[email protected] (B.J. Herbison)
[email protected] (Barry McConnell) 
[email protected] (Brendan McKeon) 
[email protected] (Borge Noest) 
[email protected] (Drinks All The Water) 
[email protected] (Rune Bremnes)
[email protected] (C.J.COULSON)
[email protected] (Calum Benson) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (R.K.Thomson)
[email protected] (ccaakrt)
[email protected] (Carlos Garcia Garcia) 
[email protected] (Christer Hasse Leth Nielsen)
[email protected] (Chua Hak Lien)
[email protected] (MX::CHUBRIK_M)
[email protected] (Martin Chudley) 
[email protected] (Mikael Bj|rn)
[email protected] (Peter Cooper)
[email protected] (Kip Crosby) 
[email protected] (Matthew Crosby)
[email protected] (Simon Cooke)
[email protected] (Mr N J Kettlewell)
[email protected] (W Towle)
[email protected] (J M Hicks)
[email protected] 
[email protected] 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Fredrik Ekman)
dagraham@unix1.tcd.ie (David Graham)
davidh@harlequin.co.uk (David Hembrow) 
davidsm@x.co.uk (David Smith) 
day@ccu1.auckland.ac.nz (Mr. P.R.D Day) 
dbell@maths.tcd.ie (Derek Bell)
dboothro@nyx10.cs.du.edu (David Boothroyd) 
dc525b19@phobos.senecac.on.ca 
dcnnnghm@unix1.tcd.ie (Donal Cunningham)
DCONGDON@delphi.com 
deand@lore.kla.com (Dean Dierschow) 
difelici@groucho.metsci.com (John DiFelici) 
dlandry@netcom.com (Dan Landry) 
dmarg@sbcs.sunysb.edu (Dimitris Margaritis) 
dmurphy@cwa.COM (Dan Murphy) 
dnh@olly@mfltd.co.uk 
dnichols@ceilidh (DoN. Nichols) 
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greig@pip.oci.utoronto.ca (David Iain Greig) 
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hab@fimp02.fim.uni-linz.ac.at (Richard Hable) 
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harrison@uhunix.uhcc.Hawaii.Edu 
hauben@cs.columbia.edu (Michael Hauben)
hc2sb@de-montfort.ac.uk (Steve Burge)
HEIKO@rzi.ngate.uni-regensburg.de (Heiko Sawade (Praktikant Werling))
Herbert.A.Ruessink@let.ruu.nl (Herbert Ruessink)
hlschaaf@brahms.udel.edu (Herbert L Schaaf)
hodsonb@prl.philips.co.uk (Ben Hodson)
hpa@ahab.eecs.nwu.edu (H. Peter Anvin N9ITP) 
hst@info.fundp.ac.be 
hun@bigbird.asro.csk.co.jp (Gerzson Szinyei) 
I0080101@DBSTU1.RZ.TU-BS.DE 
I2020111@DBSTU1.RZ.TU-BS.DE (Hanno Foest) 
ISAVVIDI@gmuvax.gmu.edu (IOANNIS SAVVIDIS)
ISIMMOND%ESOC.BITNET@vm.gmd.de (Ian Simmonds ECD)
ismael@nyongwa.cam.org (Ismael Cordeiro) 
iwj10@cus.cam.ac.uk (Ian Jackson) 
J.A.Smith@durham.ac.uk (James Smith)
J.C.vanderWal@research.ptt.nl (Kees van der Wal)
J.C.Veal@hertfordshire.ac.uk 
jamie@hicom.lut.ac.uk (Jamie Jones)
Jean_Austermuehle@me.maus.de (Jean Austermuehle) 
jensk@hpbeo82.bbn.hp.com (Jens Kilian)
jeremy@suite.sw.oz.au (Jeremy Fitzhardinge) 
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jgrogan@eo.com (John Grogan) 
jh@ri.cadre.com (Joe Hartley) 
jlawson@uoguelph.ca (Jamie A Lawson)
jlothian@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk 
jo95004@ox.ac.uk (Daniel Barlow)
john.derbyshire@rd.eng.bbc.co.uk (john derbyshire) 
john@ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au (John West)
js@digibank.demon.co.uk (John Stonier)
K92-KUM@trisse.hj.se (Martin Kullberg)
kabreuer@cip.informatik.uni-erlangen.de (Klaus Breuer (CIP 91))
KAMINSR@VAX.SOUTHBANK-UNIVERSITY.AC.UK (ROBERT KAMINSKY)
kevan@Harston.CV.COM (Kevan Heydon)
kimkorte@daimi.aau.dk (Kim Kortermand Hansen)
korpela@ssl.Berkeley.EDU (Eric J. Korpela)
lca1@tower.york.ac.uk (Laurence Abbott)
leidar@nvg.unit.no (Jardar Leira) 
leif@ifm.liu.se (Leif Hedstrom)
leif@rumtifsl.ruessel.sub.org (Leif Kornstaedt) 
lpzssm@unicorn.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk (S. Marshall) 
M.R.J.Cleaver@newcastle.ac.uk (Martin R.J. Cleaver)
m90rca@tdb.uu.se (Richard Carlsson) 
ma1brs@sl1.bath.ac.uk (+-)
majland@nork.auc.dk (Anders (Majland) Pedersen ) 
makis@helios.unl.edu (Makis A. Maroulis) 
marcosm%inf.ufrgs.br@UICVM.UIC.EDU (Marcos Francisco Ferreira de Macedo) 
MARIO@fapq.fapesp.br 
mark@macro.demon.co.uk (Moral Leadership & Personal Availability)
martint@llanelli.demon.co.uk (Martin Thomas) 
marvil@lysator.liu.se 
mauqx@csv.warwick.ac.uk (Bob Tinsley)
mauricio@mozart.aero.ufl.edu 
mccrackn%teaching.physics@ox.ac.uk (Andrew R McCracken)
mcr@holly.demon.co.uk (Mark Rogers)
mcscs1mm@vaxd.dct.ac.uk (Satan wants to DO YOU at DIT!! (DIT is an equa)
mczane@otello (Francesco Zanichelli) 
microsoc@ox.ac.uk (Mike Borcherds)
mikaelb@df.lth.se (Mikael Bonnier)
mike@maths.tcd.ie (Mike Rogers)
mikec@icfr.unp.ac.za (Mike Currin) 
milton@picard.med.miami.edu (H. Milton Johnson) 
mora@CM2.UniPR.IT (Stefano Mora) 
mossap@essex.ac.uk (Moss A D)
mostert@itu1.sun.ac.za 
mrb@vax.ox.ac.uk 
mrcrawfo@dux.dundee.ac.uk (Mark Crawford)
mrz@rz.uni-jena.de (Rene Scholz) 
ms@Informatik.Uni-Bremen.DE (Martin Schroder) 
msales@contra.seas.upenn.edu (Manuel Sales) 
msmith@lssec.bt.co.uk (msmith)
muecker@HRZ.Uni-Bielefeld.DE 
muhlig@usctoux1.cto.us.edu.pl (Maciek Uhlig)
mwb@wybbs.mi.org!wybbs (Mike Burden)
n.cook@Cs.Nott.AC.UK (Neil L Cook)
NARAHT@DRYCAS.CLUB.CC.CMU.EDU (Randy Finder)
nbache@diku.dk 
nmassey@rowan.coventry.ac.uk (Mad_Mas!)
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nv92-mbr@nada.kth.se 
o34@aarhues.dk (Steen Kruse)
odenthal@felix.rz.fh-ulm.de (TI1 Christof Odenthal) 
olchansk@a2.phy.bnl.gov (Konstantin Olchanski) 
Oliver_Fink@f.maus.de (Oliver Fink) 
P.J.Castledine@bradford.ac.uk (PJ CASTLEDINE)
p00722@psilink.com (Allan Hamill)
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pdcawley@iest.demon.co.uk.demon.co.uk (Piers Cawley)
pe96001@ox.ac.uk (Mario E Miniaci)
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rdzidlic@cip.informatik.uni-erlangen.de (Richard Zidlicky (CIP 90))
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