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SUIT user interface ( comp.windows.suit )
 
From [email protected] Mon Mar 29 20:32:45 1993
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REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION: creation of comp.windows.suit

Charter
=======

What is SUIT?
-------------

SUIT provides a standard library of screen components (buttons, menus,
sliders, etc.), and allows interactive layout and specification of user
interfaces.  The user interface to a SUIT program is editable even while
the application runs.  Programs using SUIT are written in ANSI-C.  SUIT
runs on UNIX/X, Color Macintosh, DOS, and Windows ; a single application
source file may be recompiled to run on all platforms.

SUIT was designed to be easy to learn - we view it as "the Pascal of UI
toolkits."  Learning from a 10-page written tutorial, our undergraduates
have been able to use SUIT productively after 2 hours.  This is possible
because we rely more heavily on interactive tools than previous toolkits,
and because the entire system as been designed to be easy to learn.

SUIT's biggest advantages are:
	- it runs across a very wide variety of hardware platforms
	- it has a documented 2 hour learning curve for beginners
	- it's very lightweight; relatively small amount of code

SUIT has now been distributed to thousands of sites, and has reached
all continents but Antarctica. It has also been used in graduate
courses at some universities, including Stanford.

The suit-users mailing list now has nearly 100 participants and has
message traffic of 10-15 per day. Some users have unsubcribed already,
citing the volume of mail as the main reason. We feel that this
justifies a newsgroup.

Details of the newsgroup
------------------------

comp.windows.suit will be an unmoderated forum that will handle all
aspects of SUIT, including:

	- questions about SUIT
	- bug reports
	- distribution of contributory code
	- announcement of new releases

Why not use another newsgroup?
------------------------------

Since SUIT runs on a variety of platforms, it is inappropriate for
most comp.windows groups. And because of SUIT's popularity, and the
traffic demonstrated by the mailing list, it would be inappropriate
for comp.windows.misc.

As indicated in the USENET guidelines, the discussion will last for a
period of 30 days. The discussion will take place in news.groups.

Steve

From [email protected] Tue Apr 20 14:46:10 1993
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CALL FOR VOTES: creation of comp.windows.suit

A Request For Discussion was posted on 26 Mar 1993, and both charter
and group name have been accepted.

Charter
=======

What is SUIT?
-------------

SUIT provides a standard library of screen components (buttons, menus,
sliders, etc.), and allows interactive layout and specification of user
interfaces.  The user interface to a SUIT program is editable even while
the application runs.  Programs using SUIT are written in ANSI-C.  SUIT
runs on UNIX/X, Color Macintosh, DOS, and Windows ; a single application
source file may be recompiled to run on all platforms.

SUIT was designed to be easy to learn - we view it as "the Pascal of UI
toolkits."  Learning from a 10-page written tutorial, our undergraduates
have been able to use SUIT productively after 2 hours.  This is possible
because we rely more heavily on interactive tools than previous toolkits,
and because the entire system as been designed to be easy to learn.

SUIT's biggest advantages are:
	- it runs across a very wide variety of hardware platforms
	- it has a documented 2 hour learning curve for beginners
	- it's very lightweight; relatively small amount of code

SUIT has now been distributed to thousands of sites, and has reached
all continents but Antarctica. It has also been used in graduate
courses at some universities, including Stanford.

The suit-users mailing list now has nearly 100 participants and has
message traffic of 10-15 per day. Some users have unsubcribed already,
citing the volume of mail as the main reason. We feel that this
justifies a newsgroup.

Details of the newsgroup
------------------------

comp.windows.suit will be an unmoderated forum that will handle all
aspects of SUIT, including:

	- questions about SUIT
	- bug reports
	- distribution of contributory code
	- announcement of new releases

Voting
------

Voting will begin when this CFV is posted, and will end on May 14, 1993
at 23:59 EST. In order for the group to be created, there must be a 2/3
majority of yes votes to no votes, and there must be 100 more yes votes
than no votes.

To vote yes, please send mail to:
	[email protected]

To vote no, please send mail to:
	[email protected]

All votes will receive an acknowledgement. If there is a problem,
please DO NOT send mail to either of these addresses; send them to
the one below.

The subject field must be unambiguous; for example, "I vote for/against
comp.windows.suit" Conditional votes, which may receive an acknowledgement
initially, will be rejected. No anonymous votes will be accepted.
If you wish to change your vote, mail a new vote; only the most recent
vote by a user will be counted.

If you have problems, questions, or comments, please mail them to:
	[email protected]
where we will attempt to respond as quickly as possible.

Over this period, two additional CFVs will be posted, along with
an acknowledgement of valid votes.

Thanks,

The SUIT Newsgroup Team

From [email protected] Thu May  6 15:09:33 1993
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Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.windows.suit
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SECOND CALL FOR VOTES AND VOTE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: creation of comp.windows.suit

A Request For Discussion was posted on 26 Mar 1993, and both charter
and group name have been accepted.

The initial Call for Votes was posted on 20 Apr 1993.

Charter
=======

What is SUIT?
-------------

SUIT provides a standard library of screen components (buttons, menus,
sliders, etc.), and allows interactive layout and specification of user
interfaces.  The user interface to a SUIT program is editable even while
the application runs.  Programs using SUIT are written in ANSI-C.  SUIT
runs on UNIX/X, Color Macintosh, DOS, and Windows ; a single application
source file may be recompiled to run on all platforms.

SUIT was designed to be easy to learn - we view it as "the Pascal of UI
toolkits."  Learning from a 10-page written tutorial, our undergraduates
have been able to use SUIT productively after 2 hours.  This is possible
because we rely more heavily on interactive tools than previous toolkits,
and because the entire system as been designed to be easy to learn.

SUIT's biggest advantages are:
	- it runs across a very wide variety of hardware platforms
	- it has a documented 2 hour learning curve for beginners
	- it's very lightweight; relatively small amount of code

SUIT has now been distributed to thousands of sites, and has reached
all continents but Antarctica. It has also been used in graduate
courses at some universities, including Stanford.

The suit-users mailing list now has nearly 100 participants and has
message traffic of 10-15 per day. Some users have unsubcribed already,
citing the volume of mail as the main reason. We feel that this
justifies a newsgroup.

Details of the newsgroup
------------------------

comp.windows.suit will be an unmoderated forum that will handle all
aspects of SUIT, including:

	- questions about SUIT
	- bug reports
	- distribution of contributory code
	- announcement of new releases

Voting
------

Voting will begin when this CFV is posted, and will end on May 14, 1993
at 23:59 EST. In order for the group to be created, there must be a 2/3
majority of yes votes to no votes, and there must be 100 more yes votes
than no votes.

To vote yes, please send mail to:
	[email protected]

To vote no, please send mail to:
	[email protected]

All votes will receive an acknowledgement. If there is a problem,
please DO NOT send mail to either of these addresses; send them to
the one below.

The subject field must be unambiguous; for example, "I vote for/against
comp.windows.suit" Conditional votes, which may receive an acknowledgement
initially, will be rejected. No anonymous votes will be accepted.
If you wish to change your vote, mail a new vote; only the most recent
vote by a user will be counted.

If you have problems, questions, or comments, please mail them to:
	[email protected]
where we will attempt to respond as quickly as possible.

Over this period, two additional CFVs will be posted, along with
an acknowledgement of valid votes.

Thanks,

The SUIT Newsgroup Team

VALID VOTES RECEIVED:

[email protected] (Antonio Costa)
[email protected] (Adrian Smith)
[email protected] (Aaron Gregory Cass)
[email protected] (Ahmed Al-Ashabb)
[email protected] (Andre Lehovich)
[email protected] (Anatoly N Ivasyuk)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Alex S. Waterman)
[email protected] (Andreas Wandelt)
[email protected] (Andrew W. Bartelt)
[email protected] (Samy Bengio)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Brian Grossman)
[email protected] (Magnus Bondesson)
[email protected] (Vincent Broman)
[email protected] (Christopher A. Koeritz)
[email protected] (Grant Totten)
[email protected] (Dr. Carmelita Goerg)
[email protected] (Christoph Neukirchen)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Guy Cox)
[email protected] (Cristy)
[email protected] (Sunil Gupta)
[email protected] (Darren Foltinek)
[email protected] (David Martland)
[email protected] (Dan Doner)
[email protected] (Dave Archer)
[email protected] (David Waddell x6987)
[email protected] (dennis cosgrove)
[email protected] (Elliotte Rusty Harold)
[email protected] (Enrico Bagnasco)
[email protected] (Erik Scot Hatcher)
[email protected] (Frank J. Manion)
[email protected] (Francis Perron CO-OP)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (Gary Bisaga)
[email protected] (Gary B. Cote)
[email protected] (Geoff Arnold @ Sun BOS - R.H. coast near the top)
[email protected] (Georg Schwarz)
[email protected] (Robert Gerin-Lajoie)
[email protected] (George Fairbanks Hoop)
[email protected] (Gerhard Thallinger)
[email protected] (George H. Payne)
[email protected] (Francis Burton)
[email protected] (Scott Evans)
[email protected] (gt5582a GUION,SUSAN FEREBEE)
[email protected] (Grant W. Denkinson)
[email protected] (Herbert M Petro)
[email protected] (Hubert Chu)
[email protected] (Juergen W. Meyer)
[email protected] (Jill Bach)
[email protected] (Jeremy Shaw)
[email protected] (Laurent Jetzer)
[email protected] (Jay W. Noh)
[email protected] (Jonathan W. Doughty)
[email protected] (JIM PICKERING)
[email protected] (James Vincent Schultz)
Juergen Henke <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Julian Macassey)
[email protected] (John Quillen)
[email protected] (Roland Kaltefleiter)
[email protected] (Kimberly Ann Passarella)
[email protected] (Kevin Pammett)
[email protected] (Kenneth Hinckley)
[email protected] (Karthik P Sheka)
[email protected] (Stephan Krueger)
[email protected] (Bernd Kuetting)
[email protected] (Kurt Sussman)
[email protected] (Kevin Gross)
[email protected] (Kumar Vijay Peddanarappagari)
[email protected] (lauren ackerman)
[email protected] (John V. Langer)
[email protected] (George Lindholm)
[email protected] (Larry Granroth)
[email protected] (Lynn Ziegler)
M.T.Hamilton@loughborough.ac.uk (Martin Hamilton)
mad5c@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael DeLong)
maf@endor.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Matthias Froehlich)
mag@kerner.com (Gary Meyer )
mailhot@iro.umontreal.ca (Pierre Mailhot)
malloy@nprdc.navy.mil (Sean Malloy)
mbf2y@faraday.clas.virginia.edu (Michael 'Fred' Fredericks)
mcc@ciup1.ncc.up.pt (Manuel Eduardo Correia)
MFOY@ITNNEXT6.CINECA.IT
mg@pluto.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Martin Guntermann)
mhatz@nyx.cs.du.edu (Mike Hatz)
mhpower@Athena.MIT.EDU
mike@castout.demon.co.uk (Mike Warriner)
mikey@eukanuba.wpd.sgi.com (Mike Yang)
minas@cs.yorku.ca (Minas Spetsakis)
mja2r@jacksun.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael J. Alexander)
mjc4y@garnet.cs.Virginia.EDU (Matt Conway)
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu
monta_l@dist.dist.unige.it (Marco Gualdi)
ms@informatik.uni-Bremen.de (Martin Schroeder)
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us (David Muir Sharnoff)
mvd@cs.brown.edu (Maarten van Dantzich)
M_vanderList@fccc.edu (Michel van der List)
nsn@mullian.ee.mu.OZ.AU (Nick Nicholas)
panguyen@vela.acs.oakland.edu (panguyen)
paquetma@iro.umontreal.ca (Marc-Andre Paque)
parker@adms20.fnal.gov (Anthony Parker)
parks@physics.purdue.edu (Chris Parks)
pausch@capa.cs.virginia.edu (Randy Pausch)
peirce@gumby.cc.wmich.edu (Leonard J. Peirce)
pete@indep1.chi.il.us (Peter Franks)
pete@minster.york.ac.uk
phoenix@efi.com (Mickey Phoenix)
pintax@vitti
rad2r@jade.cs.virginia.edu (Robert DeLine)
rfa5e@ruby.cs.virginia.edu (Robert Allen)
rg3h@ash.cs.virginia.edu (Rich Gossweiler)
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
riepe@ifwsn4.ifw.uni-hannover.de (Michael Riepe)
RK_Stodola@fccc.edu (Bob Stodola)
rms@calvin.srl.ford.com (Ron Shapiro)
rob@IS.TWI.TUDelft.NL (Rob Kooper)
rogoff@sccm.Stanford.EDU (Brian Rogoff)
rootd@ohsu.EDU (Darrell Root)
rousseau@laforia.ibp.fr (ROUSSEAU Alain 45.880.71.59)
rwb@hopper.acs.virginia.edu (Robert Bingler)
rws2v@beech.cs.virginia.edu (Richard Stoakley)
ryan@bismarck.gatech.edu
sa2b@holmes.acc.Virginia.EDU (Sunny Au)
sandy@beeker.cs.umass.edu (Sandy Wise)
sardana@asl.dl.nec.com	(Bobby Sardana)
sb5w@onyx.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shekhar Bapat)
scottwa@carex.CFNR.ColoState.EDU (Scott Warner)
shenoy@iastate.edu (Shina Shenoy)
sk2n@agate.cs.virginia.edu (Shuichi Koga)
skl@lucy.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Stephan Kleier)
smarry@zooid.guild.org (Marc Moorcroft)
smc8p@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shawn M. E. Carnell)
SOFTSTAR@polito.it (Enrico Badella)
spm2d@wilbury.cs.Virginia.EDU (Steven Miale)
stg@oikos.warwick.ac.uk (Steve Gaito)
tdh6t@jade.cs.Virginia.EDU (Todd %$#!%! Hodes)
terry@santafe.edu
tjw6d@darwin.clas.Virginia.EDU (TJ Wangerman)
tnb2d@banyan.cs.Virginia.EDU (Tommy Burnette)
uckun@HPP.Stanford.EDU (Serdar Uckun)
uerics@mcl.mcl.ucsb.edu (Eric D. Shepherd)
wc2c@fermi.clas.virginia.edu (Weige Chen)
wickberg@thynne.psych.nwu.edu (John Wickberg)
wls@csd4.csd.uwm.edu (Bill Stapleton)
woc8r@ruby.cs.Virginia.EDU (William Owen Carlson)
wooters@ICSI.Berkeley.EDU (Chuck Wooters)
zulu@iesd.auc.dk (Bjoern U. Gregersen)

The following users have mailed votes whose auto-acknowledgements
have bounced. Please attempt to supply a valid return email address
if you wish your vote to count:
pseudo!mjn@uunet.uu.net (Murray Nesbitt)
mrb@monstro.aero.org (Mike Bacigalupi)

From suit@server.cs.virginia.edu Tue May 11 08:43:54 1993
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Subject: 3rd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.windows.suit
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THIRD AND FINAL CALL FOR VOTES AND VOTE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
	creation of comp.windows.suit

A Request For Discussion was posted on 26 Mar 1993, and both charter
and group name have been accepted.

The initial Call for Votes was posted on 20 Apr 1993.

Charter
=======

What is SUIT?
-------------

SUIT provides a standard library of screen components (buttons, menus,
sliders, etc.), and allows interactive layout and specification of user
interfaces.  The user interface to a SUIT program is editable even while
the application runs.  Programs using SUIT are written in ANSI-C.  SUIT
runs on UNIX/X, Color Macintosh, DOS, and Windows ; a single application
source file may be recompiled to run on all platforms.

SUIT was designed to be easy to learn - we view it as "the Pascal of UI
toolkits."  Learning from a 10-page written tutorial, our undergraduates
have been able to use SUIT productively after 2 hours.  This is possible
because we rely more heavily on interactive tools than previous toolkits,
and because the entire system as been designed to be easy to learn.

SUIT's biggest advantages are:
	- it runs across a very wide variety of hardware platforms
	- it has a documented 2 hour learning curve for beginners
	- it's very lightweight; relatively small amount of code

SUIT has now been distributed to thousands of sites, and has reached
all continents but Antarctica. It has also been used in graduate
courses at some universities, including Stanford.

The suit-users mailing list now has nearly 100 participants and has
message traffic of 10-15 per day. Some users have unsubcribed already,
citing the volume of mail as the main reason. We feel that this
justifies a newsgroup.

Details of the newsgroup
------------------------

comp.windows.suit will be an unmoderated forum that will handle all
aspects of SUIT, including:

	- questions about SUIT
	- bug reports
	- distribution of contributory code
	- announcement of new releases

Voting
------

Voting will begin when this CFV is posted, and will end on May 14, 1993
at 23:59 EST. In order for the group to be created, there must be a 2/3
majority of yes votes to no votes, and there must be 100 more yes votes
than no votes.

To vote yes, please send mail to:
	suit-yes@uvacs.cs.virginia.edu

To vote no, please send mail to:
	suit-no@uvacs.cs.virginia.edu

All votes will receive an acknowledgement. If there is a problem,
please DO NOT send mail to either of these addresses; send them to
the one below.

The subject field must be unambiguous; for example, "I vote for/against
comp.windows.suit" Conditional votes, which may receive an acknowledgement
initially, will be rejected. No anonymous votes will be accepted.
If you wish to change your vote, mail a new vote; only the most recent
vote by a user will be counted.

If you have problems, questions, or comments, please mail them to:
	suit-admin@uvacs.cs.virginia.edu
where we will attempt to respond as quickly as possible.

Over this period, two additional CFVs will be posted, along with
an acknowledgement of valid votes.

Thanks,

The SUIT Newsgroup Team

214 valid votes have been received:

acc@asterix.inescn.pt (Antonio Costa)
adrian@maths.uwa.edu.au (Adrian Smith)
agc3u@ash.cs.virginia.edu (Aaron Gregory Cass)
ahmed@mansun.lut.ac.uk (Ahmed Al-Ashabb)
al192420@next20.mty.itesm.mx
al@cs.brown.edu (Andre Lehovich)
ani0349@cs.rit.edu (Anatoly N Ivasyuk)
arnold@dstc.edu.au
arras@forwiss.uni-erlangen.de (Mike Arras)
asw2s@chestnut.cs.Virginia.EDU (Alex S. Waterman)
awandelt@rs1.thch.uni-bonn.de (Andreas Wandelt)
awb7h@virginia.edu (Andrew W. Bartelt)
a_rubin@dsg4.dse.beckman.com (Arthur Rubin)
bagchi@vuse.vanderbilt.edu (Sugato Bagchi)
barnette@vtopus.cs.vt.edu (Dwight Barnette)
bastian@EMBL-Heidelberg.DE (Thomas Bastian)
bc@pixar.com (Bill Carson)
bengio@iro.umontreal.ca (Samy Bengio)
benjy@Athena.MIT.EDU
bg413893@longs.lance.colostate.edu (Brian Grossman)
blin@groucho.gsb.columbia.edu (Bernard Lin)
bond@cs.chalmers.se (Magnus Bondesson)
brad@bradley.bradley.edu (Bradley E. Smith)
brobert@oups.dgrc.doc.ca (Bill Robertson)
broman@peanuts.nosc.mil (Vincent Broman)
cak0l@larch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Christopher A. Koeritz)
carmigge@fwi.uva.nl (Sander Carmiggelt (I87))
ccgwt@blaze.trentu.ca (Grant Totten)
cg@snoopy.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Dr. Carmelita Goerg)
chn@rantanplan.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Christoph Neukirchen)
clifto@indep1.uucp (Cliff Sharp)
CMEIBURG@mcl.saic.com
cory@fiu.edu (Cory Tsang)
cosmo@lut.ac.uk (Stella O'Brien)
cospc@lut.ac.uk (sp Campbell)
cox@Software.ORG (Guy Cox)
cristy@eplrx7.es.duPont.com (Cristy)
crp5754@erfsys01.boeing.com (Chris Payne - Surfer)
cs89ssg@brunel.ac.uk (Sunil Gupta)
csb@jax.org (Carolyn Blake)
darren@geo.ucalgary.ca (Darren Foltinek)
David.Martland@brunel.ac.uk (David Martland)
dd435157@longs.lance.colostate.edu (Dan Doner)
dgarrett@engr.LaTech.edu (Don Garrett)
dhiltz@whsun1.wh.whoi.edu (David Hiltz)
dmarcher@acsu.buffalo.edu (Dave Archer)
dnewcomb@whale.st.usm.edu (Donald R. Newcomb)
drew@cc.gatech.edu (Gregory Drew Kessler)
dubach1@husc.harvard.edu
dwaddell@ipxpress.aws.waii.com (David Waddell x6987)
dwc4b@garnet.cs.virginia.edu (dennis cosgrove)
elharo@shiva.njit.edu (Elliotte Rusty Harold)
elm@terrorism.CS.Berkeley.EDU (ethan miller)
enrico@die.unige.it (Enrico Bagnasco)
esh6h@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (Erik Scot Hatcher)
farrow@fido.colorado.edu (J. Scott Farrow)
FJ_Manion@fccc.edu (Frank J. Manion)
francis@sol.genie.uottawa.ca (Francis Perron CO-OP)
fred@poly2.nist.gov (Frederick R. Phelan Jr.)
frey@alfheim.actrix.gen.nz (Bruce Clement)
FSSPR@acad3.alaska.edu
fuad@eecs.ucdavis.edu
gary@enigma.esd.sgi.com (Gary Griffin)
gary@maestro.mitre.org (Gary Bisaga)
gcote@sandbox.hampshire.edu (Gary B. Cote)
Geoff.Arnold@East.Sun.COM (Geoff Arnold @ Sun BOS - R.H. coast near the top)
georg@marie.physik.tu-berlin.de (Georg Schwarz)
gerinlaj@iro.umontreal.ca (Robert Gerin-Lajoie)
gfh4r@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (George Fairbanks Hoop)
ggt@fbmtds03.tu-graz.ac.at (Gerhard Thallinger)
ggw@wolves.Durham.NC.US (Gregory G. Woodbury)
ghammond@metz.une.edu.au (Gerald Hammond)
ghp5h@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu (George H. Payne)
gpaa29@udcf.gla.ac.uk (Francis Burton)
gse9k@virginia.edu (Scott Evans)
gt2011a@prism.gatech.edu (WILLIAM SHELDON SIMMS)
gt5582a@prism.gatech.edu (gt5582a GUION,SUSAN FEREBEE)
gwd10@geog.nott.ac.uk (Grant W. Denkinson)
haahr@mv.us.adobe.com (Paul Haahr)
HARVEY@INDYVAX.IUPUI.EDU (James Harvey)
hhwu@att.com
hmpetro@mosaic.uncc.edu (Herbert M Petro)
hubert@flex.eng.mcmaster.ca (Hubert Chu)
J-Meyer@tu-harburg.dbp.de (Juergen W. Meyer)
jbach@rsal.gatech.edu (Jill Bach)
jbotz@orixa.mtholyoke.edu (Jurgen Botz)
jdbogan@midway.uchicago.edu (John Bogan)
Jean-Louis.Faraut@sophia.inria.fr (Jean-Louis Faraut)
jeremy@plxsun.plx.com (Jeremy Shaw)
jetzer@litsun.epfl.ch (Laurent Jetzer)
jnoh@genesis.mcs.com (Jay W. Noh)
jond@ciis.mitre.org (Jonathan W. Doughty)
jrp@xtree.xtree.com (JIM PICKERING)
js3b+@andrew.cmu.edu (James Vincent Schultz)
Juergen Henke <juh@qt.IPA.FhG.de>
julian@bongo.tele.com (Julian Macassey)
JW_Quillen@fccc.edu (John Quillen)
kaltef@theo-physik.uni-kiel.dbp.de (Roland Kaltefleiter)
kap9r@ruby.cs.virginia.edu (Kimberly Ann Passarella)
kevin@jd.b17a.ingr.com (Kevin Pammett)
kph2q@bodhi.cs.virginia.edu (Kenneth Hinckley)
kps@cunixb.cc.columbia.edu (Karthik P Sheka)
krue@xan.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Stephan Krueger)
kuet@nazgul.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Bernd Kuetting)
kurtsuss@symantec.com (Kurt Sussman)
kvng@csn.org (Kevin Gross)
kvp5u@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (Kumar Vijay Peddanarappagari)
lackerma@rad.rpslmc.edu (lauren ackerman)
langer@aero.org (John V. Langer)
lindholm@ucs.ubc.ca (George Lindholm)
ljg@space.physics.uiowa.edu (Larry Granroth)
lziegler@cs.csbsju.edu (Lynn Ziegler)
M.Cuthbertson@lut.ac.uk (M Cuthbertson)
M.Kooij@research.ptt.nl (Kooij M.)
M.T.Hamilton@loughborough.ac.uk (Martin Hamilton)
mad5c@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael DeLong)
maf@endor.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Matthias Froehlich)
mag@kerner.com (Gary Meyer )
mailhot@iro.umontreal.ca (Pierre Mailhot)
malloy@nprdc.navy.mil (Sean Malloy)
manaster@yu1.yu.edu (Chaim Manaster)
marc@david.saclay.cea.fr (SBPM Marc GINGOLD)
maus@fid.morgan.com (Malcolm Austin)
mbf2y@faraday.clas.virginia.edu (Michael 'Fred' Fredericks)
mcc@ciup1.ncc.up.pt (Manuel Eduardo Correia)
mccalpin@perelandra.cms.udel.edu
mcgrant@rascals.stanford.edu (Michael C. Grant)
mdebar@druuna.cc.fundp.ac.be (M. Debar)
merritt@climate.gsfc.nasa.gov (John H. Merritt)
MFOY@ITNNEXT6.CINECA.IT
mg@pluto.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Martin Guntermann)
mhatz@nyx.cs.du.edu (Mike Hatz)
mhpower@Athena.MIT.EDU
mike@castout.demon.co.uk (Mike Warriner)
mike@primus.com (Michael Bowen)
mikey@eukanuba.wpd.sgi.com (Mike Yang)
minas@cs.yorku.ca (Minas Spetsakis)
mja2r@jacksun.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael J. Alexander)
mjc4y@garnet.cs.Virginia.EDU (Matt Conway)
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu
monta_l@dist.dist.unige.it (Marco Gualdi)
ms@informatik.uni-Bremen.de (Martin Schroeder)
mtoy@mycool.asd.sgi.com (Michael Toy)
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us (David Muir Sharnoff)
mvd@cs.brown.edu (Maarten van Dantzich)
M_vanderList@fccc.edu (Michel van der List)
nancie@neko.CSS.GOV (Nancie P. Marin)
nlemur@eecs.umich.edu (Nigel the Lemur)
nsn@mullian.ee.mu.OZ.AU (Nick Nicholas)
panguyen@vela.acs.oakland.edu (panguyen)
paquetma@iro.umontreal.ca (Marc-Andre Paque)
parker@adms20.fnal.gov (Anthony Parker)
parks@physics.purdue.edu (Chris Parks)
patriks@elixir.e.kth.se (Patrik Stymne)
pauld@umbc.edu (Paul Banckaert)
pausch@capa.cs.virginia.edu (Randy Pausch)
peirce@gumby.cc.wmich.edu (Leonard J. Peirce)
pete@indep1.chi.il.us (Peter Franks)
pete@minster.york.ac.uk
phoenix@efi.com (Mickey Phoenix)
pintax@vitti
rad2r@jade.cs.virginia.edu (Robert DeLine)
rcb2@win.tue.nl (Harold Weffers (HG6.64))
rfa5e@ruby.cs.virginia.edu (Robert Allen)
rg3h@ash.cs.virginia.edu (Rich Gossweiler)
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
riepe@ifwsn4.ifw.uni-hannover.de (Michael Riepe)
riley@marie.stat.uga.edu (Ken Riley)
RK_Stodola@fccc.edu (Bob Stodola)
rms@calvin.srl.ford.com (Ron Shapiro)
rob@IS.TWI.TUDelft.NL (Rob Kooper)
rogoff@sccm.Stanford.EDU (Brian Rogoff)
rootd@ohsu.EDU (Darrell Root)
rousseau@laforia.ibp.fr (ROUSSEAU Alain 45.880.71.59)
rwb@hopper.acs.virginia.edu (Robert Bingler)
rws2v@beech.cs.virginia.edu (Richard Stoakley)
ryan@bismarck.gatech.edu
sa2b@holmes.acc.Virginia.EDU (Sunny Au)
sandy@beeker.cs.umass.edu (Sandy Wise)
sarbipr@darmstadt.gmd.de (Praktikant)
sardana@asl.dl.nec.com	(Bobby Sardana)
sb5w@onyx.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shekhar Bapat)
scott@asd.com (Scott Barman)
scottwa@carex.CFNR.ColoState.EDU (Scott Warner)
sct@dcs.ed.ac.uk (Stephen Tweedie)
sh23@mathematics-and-computer-science.leicester.ac.uk (Steve Hayles)
shenoy@iastate.edu (Shina Shenoy)
shields@toto.cs.uiuc.edu (Keith Shields)
sk2n@agate.cs.virginia.edu (Shuichi Koga)
skl@lucy.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Stephan Kleier)
smarry@zooid.guild.org (Marc Moorcroft)
smc8p@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shawn M. E. Carnell)
smoot@woodstock.cs.berkeley.edu (Steve Smoot)
SOFTSTAR@polito.it (Enrico Badella)
spm2d@wilbury.cs.Virginia.EDU (Steven Miale)
stg@oikos.warwick.ac.uk (Steve Gaito)
stortek!Paul_Von_Behren@csn.org (Paul von Behren)
tak@dcs.warwick.ac.uk (Philip Chan)
tdh6t@jade.cs.Virginia.EDU (Todd %$#!%! Hodes)
terry@santafe.edu
tjw6d@darwin.clas.Virginia.EDU (TJ Wangerman)
tnb2d@banyan.cs.Virginia.EDU (Tommy Burnette)
u548466@csi.UOttawa.CA ("U. N. derGrad")
uckun@HPP.Stanford.EDU (Serdar Uckun)
uerics@mcl.mcl.ucsb.edu (Eric D. Shepherd)
vindvad@imf.unit.no (Hans Vindvad)
wc2c@fermi.clas.virginia.edu (Weige Chen)
wickberg@thynne.psych.nwu.edu (John Wickberg)
wls@csd4.csd.uwm.edu (Bill Stapleton)
woc8r@ruby.cs.Virginia.EDU (William Owen Carlson)
wooters@ICSI.Berkeley.EDU (Chuck Wooters)
zeke@reed.edu (Zeke Koch)
ziridan@echosphere.com (Daniel Zirin)
zulu@iesd.auc.dk (Bjoern U. Gregersen)

The following users have mailed votes whose auto-acknowledgements
have bounced. Please attempt to supply a valid return email address
if you wish your vote to count:
pseudo!mjn@uunet.uu.net (Murray Nesbitt)

From suit@server.cs.virginia.edu Fri May 28 18:25:53 1993
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Subject: RESULT: comp.windows.suit passes 234:38
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The validated results are:

	YES	234 votes	86%
	NO	 38 votes	14%
	-----------------
	TOTAL	272 votes
	MARGIN	196

Since the margin is greater than 100 votes, and the percentage voting
yes is greater than 66%, the vote passes.

Following is the list of all those who voted.

YES VOTES
---------
9107057x@lux.levels.unisa.edu.au (Adam Callen)
9135587y@lux.levels.unisa.edu.au (Scott Testi)
9208033h@cis0.Levels.UniSA.Edu.Au (Mathew Tippett)
acc@asterix.inescn.pt (Antonio Costa)
adrian@maths.uwa.edu.au (Adrian Smith)
agc3u@ash.cs.virginia.edu (Aaron Gregory Cass)
al192420@next20.mty.itesm.mx
al198723@academ07.mty.itesm.mx (Jesus Eugenio S nchez Pe~a)
al@cs.brown.edu (Andre Lehovich)
ani0349@cs.rit.edu (Anatoly N Ivasyuk)
arnold@dstc.edu.au
arras@forwiss.uni-erlangen.de (Mike Arras)
asw2s@chestnut.cs.Virginia.EDU (Alex S. Waterman)
atae@spva.DNET.NASA.GOV (The Maverick)
awandelt@rs1.thch.uni-bonn.de (Andreas Wandelt)
awb7h@virginia.edu (Andrew W. Bartelt)
bagchi@vuse.vanderbilt.edu (Sugato Bagchi)
barnette@vtopus.cs.vt.edu (Dwight Barnette)
bastian@EMBL-Heidelberg.DE (Thomas Bastian)
bc@pixar.com (Bill Carson)
bengio@iro.umontreal.ca (Samy Bengio)
benjy@Athena.MIT.EDU
bg413893@longs.lance.colostate.edu (Brian Grossman)
blin@groucho.gsb.columbia.edu (Bernard Lin)
bn244@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Ruth White)
bond@cs.chalmers.se (Magnus Bondesson)
brad@bradley.bradley.edu (Bradley E. Smith)
brennan@hal.hahnemann.edu (Andrew Brennan, LRC Manager)
brobert@oups.dgrc.doc.ca (Bill Robertson)
broman@peanuts.nosc.mil (Vincent Broman)
bruce@ist.flinders.edu.au (Bruce Thomas)
buttinon@dsi.unimi.it (Buttinoni Ivan)
cak0l@larch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Christopher A. Koeritz)
capehart@cs.swarthmore.edu (AC Capehart)
carmigge@fwi.uva.nl (Sander Carmiggelt (I87))
ccgwt@blaze.trentu.ca (Grant Totten)
cg@snoopy.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Dr. Carmelita Goerg)
chn@rantanplan.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Christoph Neukirchen)
clifto@indep1.uucp (Cliff Sharp)
clv2m@dogwood.cs.Virginia.EDU (Charles Viles)
CMEIBURG@mcl.saic.com
cory@fiu.edu (Cory Tsang)
cosmo@lut.ac.uk (Stella O'Brien)
cospc@lut.ac.uk (sp Campbell)
cox@Software.ORG (Guy Cox)
cs89ssg@brunel.ac.uk (Sunil Gupta)
csabi@fix.fsz.bme.hu (Paradi Csaba III)
csb@jax.org (Carolyn Blake)
darren@geo.ucalgary.ca (Darren Foltinek)
David.Martland@brunel.ac.uk (David Martland)
dd435157@longs.lance.colostate.edu (Dan Doner)
dgarrett@engr.LaTech.edu (Don Garrett)
dhiltz@whsun1.wh.whoi.edu (David Hiltz)
dmarcher@acsu.buffalo.edu (Dave Archer)
dnewcomb@whale.st.usm.edu (Donald R. Newcomb)
drew@cc.gatech.edu (Gregory Drew Kessler)
dubach1@husc.harvard.edu
dwaddell@ipxpress.aws.waii.com (David Waddell x6987)
dwc4b@garnet.cs.virginia.edu (dennis cosgrove)
elm@terrorism.CS.Berkeley.EDU (ethan miller)
enrico@die.unige.it (Enrico Bagnasco)
esh6h@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (Erik Scot Hatcher)
esri!kingston!ackee@uunet.UU.NET (Ricardo Davis)
fad8t@delmarva.evsc.Virginia.EDU (Faustino Arao Daria)
farrow@fido.colorado.edu (J. Scott Farrow)
felixg@coop.com (Felix Sebastian Gallo)
FJ_Manion@fccc.edu (Frank J. Manion)
francis@sol.genie.uottawa.ca (Francis Perron CO-OP)
fred@poly2.nist.gov (Frederick R. Phelan Jr.)
frey@alfheim.actrix.gen.nz (Bruce Clement)
FSSPR@acad3.alaska.edu
fuad@eecs.ucdavis.edu
gary@maestro.mitre.org (Gary Bisaga)
gcote@sandbox.hampshire.edu (Gary B. Cote)
Geoff.Arnold@East.Sun.COM (Geoff Arnold @ Sun BOS - R.H. coast near the top)
gerinlaj@iro.umontreal.ca (Robert Gerin-Lajoie)
gfh4r@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (George Fairbanks Hoop)
ggt@fbmtds03.tu-graz.ac.at (Gerhard Thallinger)
ggw@wolves.Durham.NC.US (Gregory G. Woodbury)
ghammond@metz.une.edu.au (Gerald Hammond)
ghp5h@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu (George H. Payne)
gpaa29@udcf.gla.ac.uk (Francis Burton)
gribble@cs.ubc.ca (Steve Gribble)
gse9k@virginia.edu (Scott Evans)
gt5582a@prism.gatech.edu (gt5582a GUION,SUSAN FEREBEE)
gwd10@geog.nott.ac.uk (Grant W. Denkinson)
haahr@mv.us.adobe.com (Paul Haahr)
HARVEY@INDYVAX.IUPUI.EDU (James Harvey)
hengart@ifi.wwz.unibas.ch (Urs Hengartner)
hhwu@att.com
hildjj@jupiter.fuentez.com (Joe Hildebrand)
hubert@flex.eng.mcmaster.ca (Hubert Chu)
hughes@s1.msi.umn.edu (Matthew V. Hughes)
iwan@gorbi.informatik.uni-dortmund.de
J-Meyer@tu-harburg.dbp.de (Juergen W. Meyer)
jbach@rsal.gatech.edu (Jill Bach)
jck%qdc.uucp@udel.edu (Jeff Kirk)
Jean-Louis.Faraut@sophia.inria.fr (Jean-Louis Faraut)
jeremy@plxsun.plx.com (Jeremy Shaw)
jetzer@litsun.epfl.ch (Laurent Jetzer)
jond@ciis.mitre.org (Jonathan W. Doughty)
jrmt@ukc.ac.uk (Jon Thackray)
jrp@xtree.xtree.com (JIM PICKERING)
Juergen Henke <juh@qt.IPA.FhG.de>
JW_Quillen@fccc.edu (John Quillen)
kap9r@ruby.cs.virginia.edu (Kimberly Ann Passarella)
kevin@jd.b17a.ingr.com (Kevin Pammett)
klaus@cnix.co.uk (Klaus Schallhorn)
kph2q@bodhi.cs.virginia.edu (Kenneth Hinckley)
kps@cunixb.cc.columbia.edu (Karthik P Sheka)
krue@xan.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Stephan Krueger)
kuet@nazgul.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Bernd Kuetting)
kurtsuss@symantec.com (Kurt Sussman)
kvng@csn.org (Kevin Gross)
kvp5u@fulton.seas.virginia.edu (Kumar Vijay Peddanarappagari)
lackerma@rad.rpslmc.edu (lauren ackerman)
langer@aero.org (John V. Langer)
lindholm@ucs.ubc.ca (George Lindholm)
ljg@space.physics.uiowa.edu (Larry Granroth)
lziegler@cs.csbsju.edu (Lynn Ziegler)
M.Cuthbertson@lut.ac.uk (M Cuthbertson)
M.Kooij@research.ptt.nl (Kooij M.)
M.T.Hamilton@loughborough.ac.uk (Martin Hamilton)
mad5c@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael DeLong)
maf@endor.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Matthias Froehlich)
mag@kerner.com (Gary Meyer )
mailhot@iro.umontreal.ca (Pierre Mailhot)
malloy@nprdc.navy.mil (Sean Malloy)
manaster@yu1.yu.edu (Chaim Manaster)
maniattb@cs.rpi.edu (Bill Maniatty)
marantz@farout.rutgers.edu (Roy Marantz)
marc@david.saclay.cea.fr (SBPM Marc GINGOLD)
mbf2y@faraday.clas.virginia.edu (Michael 'Fred' Fredericks)
mcc@ciup1.ncc.up.pt (Manuel Eduardo Correia)
mccalpin@perelandra.cms.udel.edu
mcgrant@rascals.stanford.edu (Michael C. Grant)
mdebar@druuna.cc.fundp.ac.be (M. Debar)
merritt@climate.gsfc.nasa.gov (John H. Merritt)
MFOY@ITNNEXT6.CINECA.IT
mg@pluto.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Martin Guntermann)
mhatz@nyx.cs.du.edu (Mike Hatz)
mike@castout.demon.co.uk (Mike Warriner)
mike@primus.com (Michael Bowen)
milton@gastric.arraytech.com (Milton Scritsmier)
minas@cs.yorku.ca (Minas Spetsakis)
mja2r@jacksun.cs.Virginia.EDU (Michael J. Alexander)
mjc4y@garnet.cs.Virginia.EDU (Matt Conway)
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu
monta_l@dist.dist.unige.it (Marco Gualdi)
MORONEY@udavxb.oca.udayton.edu
ms@informatik.uni-Bremen.de (Martin Schroeder)
mtoy@mycool.asd.sgi.com (Michael Toy)
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us (David Muir Sharnoff)
mvd@cs.brown.edu (Maarten van Dantzich)
M_vanderList@fccc.edu (Michel van der List)
N.Thirugnanasothy@bradford.ac.uk
nancie@neko.CSS.GOV (Nancie P. Marin)
nsn@mullian.ee.mu.OZ.AU (Nick Nicholas)
panguyen@vela.acs.oakland.edu (panguyen)
paquetma@iro.umontreal.ca (Marc-Andre Paque)
parker@adms20.fnal.gov (Anthony Parker)
parks@physics.purdue.edu (Chris Parks)
patriks@elixir.e.kth.se (Patrik Stymne)
pauld@umbc.edu (Paul Banckaert)
pausch@capa.cs.virginia.edu (Randy Pausch)
pete@indep1.chi.il.us (Peter Franks)
pete@minster.york.ac.uk
phoenix@efi.com (Mickey Phoenix)
pintax@vitti
pkostov@whsun1.wh.whoi.edu (Paul Kostovick)
plesko@edy.elettra.trieste.it (Mark Plesko)
ponder@comet.wustl.edu (Jay Ponder)
possoz@slsun2.epfl.ch (Anne Possoz EPFL-SIC/SL)
Poul.Sorensen@nilu.no
pruyne@cs.wisc.edu (Jim Pruyne)
rad2r@jade.cs.virginia.edu (Robert DeLine)
rap@virginia.edu (Richard A. Patterson)
rcb2@win.tue.nl (Harold Weffers (HG6.64))
rfa5e@ruby.cs.virginia.edu (Robert Allen)
rg3h@ash.cs.virginia.edu (Rich Gossweiler)
riepe@ifwsn4.ifw.uni-hannover.de (Michael Riepe)
riley@marie.stat.uga.edu (Ken Riley)
RK_Stodola@fccc.edu (Bob Stodola)
rms@calvin.srl.ford.com (Ron Shapiro)
rob@IS.TWI.TUDelft.NL (Rob Kooper)
robins@fir.cs.Virginia.EDU (Gabriel Robins)
rogoff@sccm.Stanford.EDU (Brian Rogoff)
root@alfrothul.uchicago.edu (C. Chan)
rootd@ohsu.EDU (Darrell Root)
rousseau@laforia.ibp.fr (ROUSSEAU Alain 45.880.71.59)
rpf1@tower.york.ac.uk (Dr R P Fletcher)
rwb@hopper.acs.virginia.edu (Robert Bingler)
rws2v@beech.cs.virginia.edu (Richard Stoakley)
ryan@bismarck.gatech.edu
sandy@beeker.cs.umass.edu (Sandy Wise)
sao@ist.flinders.edu.au (Sue Oemcke)
sarbipr@darmstadt.gmd.de (Praktikant)
sardana@asl.dl.nec.com	(Bobby Sardana)
sb5w@onyx.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shekhar Bapat)
sbk3e@helga7.acc.Virginia.EDU (Scott Knight)
scottwa@carex.CFNR.ColoState.EDU (Scott Warner)
sct@dcs.ed.ac.uk (Stephen Tweedie)
sessun!clarke@uunet.UU.NET (Allan D. Clarke)
sh23@mathematics-and-computer-science.leicester.ac.uk (Steve Hayles)
shenoy@iastate.edu (Shina Shenoy)
shf2d@topaz.cs.Virginia.EDU (simeon fitch)
shields@toto.cs.uiuc.edu (Keith Shields)
sk2n@agate.cs.virginia.edu (Shuichi Koga)
skl@lucy.dfv.rwth-aachen.de (Stephan Kleier)
smc8p@birch.cs.Virginia.EDU (Shawn M. E. Carnell)
smoot@woodstock.cs.berkeley.edu (Steve Smoot)
SOFTSTAR@polito.it (Enrico Badella)
spm2d@wilbury.cs.Virginia.EDU (Steven Miale)
stg@oikos.warwick.ac.uk (Steve Gaito)
stortek!Paul_Von_Behren@csn.org (Paul von Behren)
T.J.Riddell@newcastle.ac.uk (Toby Riddell)
tak@dcs.warwick.ac.uk (Philip Chan)
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tnb2d@banyan.cs.Virginia.EDU (Tommy Burnette)
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wls@csd4.csd.uwm.edu (Bill Stapleton)
woc8r@ruby.cs.Virginia.EDU (William Owen Carlson)
wooters@ICSI.Berkeley.EDU (Chuck Wooters)
wrp@cyclops.micr.Virginia.EDU (Bill Pearson)
zeke@reed.edu (Zeke Koch)

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jnoh@genesis.mcs.com (Jay W. Noh)
js3b+@andrew.cmu.edu (James Vincent Schultz)
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kaltef@theo-physik.uni-kiel.dbp.de (Roland Kaltefleiter)
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maus@fid.morgan.com (Malcolm Austin)
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mjn@pseudo.uucp (Murray Nesbitt)
naren@tekig1.pen.tek.com (Naren Bala)
nlemur@eecs.umich.edu (Nigel the Lemur)
p91152@cplab.physics.edinburgh.ac.uk (Michael De La Rue)
peirce@gumby.cc.wmich.edu (Leonard J. Peirce)
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
sa2b@holmes.acc.Virginia.EDU (Sunny Au)
salevin@dal.mobil.com (S. A. Levin [Stewart])
scott@asd.com (Scott Barman)
smarry@zooid.guild.org (Marc Moorcroft)
uerics@mcl.mcl.ucsb.edu (Eric D. Shepherd)
vagrant@vpnet.chi.il.us (Guy Umbright)
ziridan@echosphere.com (Daniel Zirin)
zulu@iesd.auc.dk (Bjoern U. Gregersen)

Thanks to all those who voted.

 
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