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User-friendliness ( comp.unix.user-friendly )
 
From [email protected] Sun Aug  1 20:38:16 1993
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From: Lachlan Cranswick <[email protected]>
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Subject: RFD: comp.unix.user-friendly
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   Request for Discussion (RFD) of comp.unix.user-friendly.
--------------------------------------------------------

I propose a new unmoderated newsgroup called comp.unix.user-friendly
with the aim of creating a forum for discussing problems/suggestions
and opinions relating to the user-friendliness of UNIX and UNIX software.

   Proposed Name of Group
-------------------------
   comp.unix.user-friendly

   Purpose of New Newsgroup
---------------------------

UNIX has a reputation of being unfriendly - making it difficult 
for new users to use.  This group would be a forum for discussion 
about UNIX user-friendliness and the availability
of user-friendly software for UNIX.

Presently, the above is done on an ad-hoc basis on a number
of groups such as comp.editors, comp.unix.questions, etc.  Posts presently
asking about user-friendly utilities/software for UNIX usually 
attract some flamage and seem out of place in these groups.  
This group would give users a forum where "user-friendliness" 
is meant to be the norm, not the exception.

The following would be considered typical for this group:-

  - discussion about what user friendly software (editors, utilites, etc)
       are available for UNIX.

  - discussion/opinions about ways of making "default" UNIX user setups more
       user-friendly

  - announcements of new "user-friendly" software and utilities 

  - discussion on how UNIX and UNIX software could be made more friendly.

  - discussion on what makes a particular part of UNIX or UNIX software so 
       unfriendly/friendly

---------------------------------------------------------------
 
   Discussion of this RFD is to take place in news.groups.  For those reading
other newsgroups, the followup to this post should appear automatically
in news.groups.

---------------------------------------------------------------

   What is the Process of Creating a Newsgroup
   -------------------------------------------

>(a) RFD: Discussion, i.e., public hearing to take place in the newsgroup
     news.groups for approximately one month
 (b) CFV: Call for votes (the voting period will be about 25 days)
 (c) Counting of votes and public display of votes
 (d) Announcement of new newsgroup

 (a)-->(b) assumes no major disagreements about this newsgroup during
 discussion. (c)-->(d) assumes that the vote is favorable., i.e.,
               Y > N+100 .and. Y > (2/3)(Y+N)
 Y being the number of YES votes, N being the number of NO votes for
 the creation of the proposed newsgroup.

   Please email me if you have any queries at [email protected]
-- 
  Lachlan Cranswick  -  CSIRO     _--_|\  [email protected]  "Blessed
  Division of Mineral Products   /      \ tel +61 3 647 0367     are the 
  PO Box 124, Port Melbourne     \_.--._/ fax +61 3 646 3223     Cheesemakers"
  3207 AUSTRALIA                       v    "Eat Judge Boot!" - J. Dredd. 

From [email protected] Tue Aug 10 15:40:08 1993
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From: Lachlan Cranswick <[email protected]>
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Subject: 2nd RFD: comp.unix.user-friendly
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   2ND  Request for Discussion (RFD) of comp.unix.user-friendly.
----------------------------------------------------------------

This is the second RFD for comp.unix.user-friendly and takes
into account various opinions expressed in news.groups.  The aims
and definitions have been made much clearer than previously as this
was a common complaint about the previous RFD.  Distribution of
this RFD has changed, based on discussions, to include 
comp.human-factors and drop comp.unix.wizards.

I propose a new unmoderated newsgroup called comp.unix.user-friendly
with the aim of creating a forum for discussing problems/suggestions
and opinions relating to the user-friendliness of UNIX and UNIX
software.

   Proposed Name of Group
-------------------------
   comp.unix.user-friendly

   Purpose of New Newsgroup
---------------------------

UNIX has a reputation of being unfriendly for non-programmers -
making it difficult to use by those who need not know Unix, such as
the average user in the commercial business world.
This group would be a forum for discussion about UNIX user-friendliness
and the availability of user-friendly software for UNIX.

Presently, the above is done on an ad-hoc basis on a number of
groups such as comp.editors, comp.unix.questions, etc.
Posts presently asking about user-friendly utilities/software for
UNIX usually attract some flamage and seem out of place in these
groups, because of non-obvious differences between friendliness of
Unix towards programmers and unfriendliness towards non-programmers.
This group would give non-programming users a forum where their type
of "user-friendliness" is meant to be the norm, not the exception.

The following would be considered typical for this group:-

  - To clarify definitions like "user-friendliness" for the relevant
    groups of users.

  - Discussion about what user friendly software (editors, utilites, etc)
    are available for UNIX.

  - Discussion/opinions about ways of making "default" UNIX user setups
    more user-friendly.

  - Announcements of new "user-friendly" software and utilities.

  - Discussion on how UNIX and UNIX software could be made more friendly
    without endangering the work methods of the Unix programmers who
    feels Unix *is* already friendly for them.

  - Discussion on what makes a particular part of UNIX or UNIX software
    so unfriendly/friendly, and for which subgroup of users.

---------------------------------------------------------------

Discussion of this RFD is to take place in news.groups.  For those
reading other newsgroups, the followup to this post should appear
automatically in news.groups.

---------------------------------------------------------------

   What is the Process of Creating a Newsgroup
   -------------------------------------------

>(a) RFD: Discussion, i.e., public hearing to take place in the newsgroup
     news.groups for approximately one month
 (b) CFV: Call for votes (the voting period will be about 25 days)
 (c) Counting of votes and public display of votes
 (d) Announcement of new newsgroup

 (a)-->(b) assumes no major disagreements about this newsgroup during
 discussion. (c)-->(d) assumes that the vote is favorable., i.e.,
               Y > N+100 .and. Y > (2/3)(Y+N)
 Y being the number of YES votes, N being the number of NO votes for
 the creation of the proposed newsgroup.

   Please email me if you have any queries at [email protected]
-- 
  Lachlan Cranswick  -  CSIRO     _--_|\  [email protected]  "Blessed
  Division of Mineral Products   /      \ tel +61 3 647 0367     are the
  PO Box 124, Port Melbourne     \_.--._/ fax +61 3 646 3223     Cheesemakers"
  3207 AUSTRALIA                       v    "Eat Judge Boot!" - J. Dredd.

From [email protected] Fri Sep  3 15:49:33 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: CFV: comp.unix.user-friendly
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		      1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group comp.unix.user-friendly
 
Newsgroups line:  
comp.unix.user-friendly		Discussion of UNIX user-friendliness.

Votes must be recieved by 23:59:59 UTC on 24 Sep 1993.

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


CHARTER

UNIX has a reputation of being unfriendly for non-programmers - making
it difficult to use by those who need not know Unix, such as the
average user in the commercial business world.  This group would be a
forum for discussion about UNIX user-friendliness and the availability
of user-friendly software for UNIX.

Presently, the above is done on an ad-hoc basis on a number of groups
such as comp.editors, comp.unix.questions, etc.  Posts presently
asking about user-friendly utilities/software for UNIX usually attract
some flamage and seem out of place in these groups, because of
non-obvious differences between friendliness of Unix towards
programmers and unfriendliness towards non-programmers.  This group
would give non-programming users a forum where their type of
"user-friendliness" is meant to be the norm, not the exception.

The following would be considered typical for this group:-

- To clarify definitions like "user-friendliness" for the relevant
groups of users.  
- Discussion about what user friendly software (editors, utilites,
etc) are available for UNIX.
- Discussion/opinions about ways of making "default" UNIX user setups
more user-friendly.
- Announcements of new "user-friendly" software and utilities.
- Discussion on how UNIX and UNIX software could be made more friendly
without endangering the work methods of the Unix programmers who feel
Unix *is* already friendly for them.
- Discussion on what makes a particular part of UNIX or UNIX software
so unfriendly/friendly, and for which subgroup of users.


STANDARD VOTING INFO

You should send MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to
      [email protected]
(just replying by MAIL to this message should work).  Your mail
message should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.unix.user-friendly
or
      I vote NO on comp.unix.user-friendly

Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.
If you later change your mind you may also use send in an "abstain"
vote in the same manner, using "abstain" in place of "yes" or "no".

Standard Guidelines for voting apply - one vote per person (not per
account).  100 more YES votes than NO votes and 2/3 of all votes being
YES are the requirements for group creation.

From [email protected] Fri Sep 10 14:07:51 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.unix.user-friendly
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		      2nd CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group comp.unix.user-friendly
 
Newsgroups line:  
comp.unix.user-friendly		Discussion of UNIX user-friendliness.

Votes must be recieved by 23:59:59 UTC on 24 Sep 1993.

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


CHARTER

UNIX has a reputation of being unfriendly for non-programmers -
making it difficult to use by those who need not know Unix, such as
the average user in the commercial business world.  This group would
be a forum for discussion about UNIX user-friendliness and the
availability of user-friendly software for UNIX.

Presently, the above is done on an ad-hoc basis on a number of groups
such as comp.editors, comp.unix.questions, etc.  Posts presently
asking about user-friendly utilities/software for UNIX usually attract
some flamage and seem out of place in these groups, because of
non-obvious differences between friendliness of Unix towards
programmers and unfriendliness towards non-programmers.  This group
would give non-programming users a forum where their type of
"user-friendliness" is meant to be the norm, not the exception.

The following would be considered typical for this group:-

- To clarify definitions like "user-friendliness" for the relevant
groups of users.  
- Discussion about what user friendly software (editors, utilites,
etc) are available for UNIX.
- Discussion/opinions about ways of making "default" UNIX user setups
more user-friendly.
- Announcements of new "user-friendly" software and utilities.
- Discussion on how UNIX and UNIX software could be made more friendly
without endangering the work methods of the Unix programmers who feel
Unix *is* already friendly for them.
- Discussion on what makes a particular part of UNIX or UNIX software
so unfriendly/friendly, and for which subgroup of users.


STANDARD VOTING INFO

You should send MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to
      [email protected]
(just replying by MAIL to this message should work).  Your mail
message should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on comp.unix.user-friendly
or
      I vote NO on comp.unix.user-friendly

You may add a comment, but anything other than a definite statement
involving the group name and "yes", "no", "for", or "against" on a
single line may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.
If you later change your mind you may also use send in an "abstain"
vote in the same manner, using "abstain" in place of "yes" or "no".

Standard Guidelines for voting apply - one vote per person (not per
account).  100 more YES votes than NO votes and 2/3 of all votes being
YES are the requirements for group creation.


ACK

You should have received a Mail Ack if you voted by Sep 9, 1993.
These are Mail Acks that appeared to bounce.  The votes have been
counted.

comp.unix.user-friendly group vote Bounce Ack List
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No way. Nope. Forget it. Un-uh. Negatory. Not a chance. No. Not in a million
years.  Oh, okay.

From [email protected] Mon Sep 27 18:07:41 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.unix.user-friendly passes 280:87
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				RESULT


Unmoderated group comp.unix.user-friendly group vote results - 367 valid votes
 
 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 280   87 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : comp.unix.user-friendly

Newsgroups line:  
comp.unix.user-friendly		Discussion of UNIX user-friendliness.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact [email protected]  For questions about
the group, contact Lachlan Cranswick <[email protected]>



CHARTER

UNIX has a reputation of being unfriendly for non-programmers -
making it difficult to use by those who need not know Unix, such as
the average user in the commercial business world.  This group would
be a forum for discussion about UNIX user-friendliness and the
availability of user-friendly software for UNIX.

Presently, the above is done on an ad-hoc basis on a number of groups
such as comp.editors, comp.unix.questions, etc.  Posts presently
asking about user-friendly utilities/software for UNIX usually attract
some flamage and seem out of place in these groups, because of
non-obvious differences between friendliness of Unix towards
programmers and unfriendliness towards non-programmers.  This group
would give non-programming users a forum where their type of
"user-friendliness" is meant to be the norm, not the exception.

The following would be considered typical for this group:-

- To clarify definitions like "user-friendliness" for the relevant
groups of users.  
- Discussion about what user friendly software (editors, utilites,
etc) are available for UNIX.
- Discussion/opinions about ways of making "default" UNIX user setups
more user-friendly.
- Announcements of new "user-friendly" software and utilities.
- Discussion on how UNIX and UNIX software could be made more friendly
without endangering the work methods of the Unix programmers who feel
Unix *is* already friendly for them.
- Discussion on what makes a particular part of UNIX or UNIX software
so unfriendly/friendly, and for which subgroup of users.


comp.unix.user-friendly group vote Final Vote Ack

Yes Votes
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[email protected]                                        Kenneth Hong
[email protected]                                         John Stewart
[email protected]                                       Steve Birnbaum
[email protected]                                      Ramesh Fernando
[email protected]                                                Aaron Priven
[email protected]                               Andrew A. Chernov, Black Mage
[email protected]                         Susan Elliott, AK State Library
[email protected]                                   Anders Lindstrom
[email protected]                                         Anders Christensen
[email protected]                                       Andrew Patrick
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[email protected]                                 Antony Sou
[email protected]                                             Brennan T. Price
[email protected]                                                     Alene Kercheval
[email protected]                                                 Andrew Lehane
[email protected]                                   Arthur Chance
[email protected]                                        Arthur Marsh
[email protected]                                                Adrian Wontroba
[email protected]                                                Steve Bang
[email protected]                                                    aMiNal Abicht
[email protected]                                              John L. Beck
[email protected]                                                      Bela Lubkin
[email protected]                                              Bengt Larsson
[email protected]                                             Hans Bernhardt
[email protected]                                           Sadati
[email protected]                                          Bianca Garilli
[email protected]                                          Adrian Biland
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bonelli%[email protected]                            GIUSEPPE BONELLI
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[email protected]                                          Brad Saxton
[email protected]                                               john brainard
[email protected]                                             Bram Smits
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[email protected]                                     Aliza R. Panitz
[email protected]                                           J.Burgess
[email protected]                           Carl Hunt
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[email protected]                                 Cameron Spitzer 764-6339
[email protected]                                            Dan Castle
[email protected]                              Craig William BURLEY
[email protected]                                             Roger Chaplin
[email protected]                                            Po Shan Cheah
[email protected]                                                 Clyde Henry
[email protected]                                         CHI Systems Inc
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[email protected]                                               Chris Smith
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[email protected]                                      Chua Hak Lien
[email protected]                                               Pope Clifton
[email protected]                                         Cory L. Scott
[email protected]                                        Colin Macleod
[email protected]                                              Clark Quinn
[email protected]                                         Pres Smith
[email protected]                                             Cordell Ratzlaff
[email protected]                                         David Covey US/ESS3
[email protected]                                       Christopher P. Tully
[email protected]                                                 Colin Bell
[email protected]                                        Roman Czyborra
[email protected]                                          Chun-Wai Chan
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[email protected]       Daniele Dal Fiume - TESRE/CNR - Bologna - Italy
[email protected]                                   J. David Schronce
[email protected]                                             David McCallum
[email protected]                                                 Bill Davidsen
[email protected]                                          David Bronder
[email protected]                                             Dave Brown
[email protected]                                               Howard Hunnicutt
[email protected]                                                 PJ DCRUZE
[email protected]                                                  Dean Edwards
[email protected]                                       Rene Dekker
[email protected]                                              David Fox
[email protected]                                           Dale Houston
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[email protected]                                           Ravikumar Dikkala
[email protected]                                                             Dion
[email protected]                                         Dave Eisen
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[email protected]                                                          Doug Luce
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[email protected]                             RADHAKRISHNAN DHIN
[email protected]                                  David A Vincent
[email protected]                                              Dean Wampler x7871
[email protected]                                           Eberhard E.H. Weber
[email protected]                                     Michael Tonglee
[email protected]                                             Eric Hunt
[email protected]                                           Eric Edwards
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[email protected]                                                   Ezra Steinberg
[email protected]                                    Fearghas McKay
[email protected]                                              Frans Hoffman
[email protected]                                         Fozzie Bear
[email protected]              Francisco Javier Quiros
[email protected]                                Gregory C Franklin
[email protected]                                           Fred Homan
[email protected]                                           Frederik Willerup
[email protected]                                   Gregory B. Newby
[email protected]                                              Goldie Canham
[email protected]                                               George Peavy
[email protected]                                        Gerard Kleijwegt
[email protected]                                        John Gibson
[email protected]                                             GianPiero Puccioni
[email protected]                                      Bernard Glassman
[email protected]                                             rita gressler
[email protected]                             Gregory Robert Weiss
[email protected]                                                 Geoffrey Spear
[email protected]                                                  George Baltz
[email protected]                                   George William Herbert
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[email protected]                                          Mark Hahn
[email protected]                                                Thea Hardy
[email protected]                                       Tom Harwood
[email protected]                                   Laurie Haugland
[email protected]                                  Robert Hofer
[email protected]                                            Richard Hudson
[email protected]                                                     Ian Feldman
[email protected]                                     Alexandre Khalil
[email protected]                                         Ismael Cordeiro
[email protected]                                      Janet Wheeler
[email protected]                                             Jaak Vilo
[email protected]                                   John Jack Repenning
[email protected]                                               Jan Hrdonka
[email protected]                        Jean-Michel Augusto
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[email protected]                                    Enzyme Lord Joel
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[email protected]                                           Joshua D. Juran
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[email protected]                                                  John Nemeth
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[email protected]                                              Josh Smith
[email protected]                                           Jack Pagotto
[email protected]                                       Jack Shirazi - BIU
[email protected]                                                   Sandy Spear
[email protected]                                                    Julia M. Dye
[email protected]                                                    Jokinen Jyke
[email protected]                                                   Axl
[email protected]                                                             Kaiser
[email protected]                                 Juergen Kellers
[email protected]                                                 Kenji Rikitake
[email protected]                                                     Kent Dannehl
[email protected]                                       Steve Klarer
[email protected]                                          Bill Konrad
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[email protected]        Computer Science Dept., Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville
[email protected]                                                  Klaus ter Fehn
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[email protected]                                    Alexandros Labrinidis
[email protected]                                         Lachlan Cranswick
[email protected]                                       Lawrence B Gold
[email protected]                                    Lars Oestreicher
[email protected]                                            Leila Schneberger
[email protected]                                  Lesley Volta Davidow
[email protected]                                                       Liz Turnbow
[email protected]                                                      Lola Arnold
[email protected]                                         Lucio Chiappetti
[email protected]                                   IEEE Student Branch Passau
[email protected]                                                        Marcia Allen
[email protected]                                       Madeline Gonzalez
[email protected]                                          Fazal Majid
[email protected]                                         Dan Malcor - LA Times
[email protected]                                                marjorie farrell
[email protected]                                                       Mark Forry
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[email protected]                                     Massimo Trifoglio
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[email protected]                                  Geoffrey R. Walton
[email protected]                                   Mike Ellsworth
[email protected]                                      Mercier Mathieu
[email protected]            Merryl Gross, IBM Westlake, User Interface Des
[email protected]                                       Michael Lemke
[email protected]                                         Michael Utech
[email protected]                                     Michael M. Hoffman
[email protected]                              Mikael Benzinger
[email protected]                                                Mike Williams
[email protected]                                              Michael Bloch
[email protected]                                                Mitch Gass
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[email protected]                  Margarita Martinez Santamarta
[email protected]                                             Mike McGary
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