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Subject: RFD: comp.windows.garnet
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I propose that the garnet-users mailing list be turned into a new
Internet newsgroup.  Garnet is a user interface development
environment (which might also be called a toolkit, interface builder, user
interface management system (UIMS), etc.) for X/11 and Common Lisp.
The motivation to forming the group is that it is getting to be a
quite large mailing list (about 300-400 people) and there seem to be
many people interested in the system who would like to browse the
discussions, but not get all the mail.

I propose that the new group be named comp.windows.garnet (to be
parallel with comp.windows.interviews, since interviews is a similar
kind of system to Garnet).  This group will be for the discussion
about bugs, features, and questions about Garnet.  I propose that it
NOT be moderated.  The current traffic on the garnet-users mailing
list is about 2 or 3 messages per day, but the number of Garnet users
continually increases so the volumn might increase also. 

More information on Garnet is available from me.

Thank you for your consideration,

Brad A. Myers
-- 
School of Computer Science                      (412) 268-5150
Carnegie Mellon University                      FAX: (412) 681-5739
5000 Forbes Avenue                              [email protected]
Pittsburgh, PA  15213-3890

From [email protected] Wed Jul  8 15:17:20 1992
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From: [email protected] (Brad Myers)
Subject: CFV: comp.windows.garnet
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One month ago I proposed that the garnet-users mailing list be turned
into a new Internet newsgroup called comp.windows.garnet.  There was
minimal discussion, and all comments were positive.  Therefore, I
would like to now call for a vote.

On the matter of creating a new internet newsgroup called comp.windows.garnet:

	To vote YES, send mail to [email protected]
	To vote NO,  send mail to [email protected]

The contents of your message will be ignored and can be empty.

All votes must be received by August 6, 1992.

As per the rules, if there are more than 100 yes votes than no votes
by that date AND at least 2/3 of the total number of valid votes
received are yes votes, the newsgroup will be created.

NOTE: Even if the newsgroup is created, we will still maintain an
e-mail distribution for those who cannot access the newsgroup.

Description:

Garnet is a user interface development environment (other terms
include toolkit, interface builder, user interface management system
(UIMS), etc.) for X/11 and Common Lisp.  The motivation to forming the
newsgroup is that it is getting to be a quite large mailing list (about
300-400 people) and there seem to be many people interested in the
system who would like to browse the discussions, but not get all the
mail.

The new group be named comp.windows.garnet (to be parallel with
comp.windows.interviews, since Interviews is a similar kind of system
to Garnet).  This group will be for the discussion about bugs,
features, and questions about Garnet.  It will NOT be moderated.  The
current traffic on the garnet-users mailing list is about 4 or 5
messages per day, but the number of Garnet users continually
increases.

More information on Garnet is available from me.
-- 
Brad A. Myers                           School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University              (412) 268-5150
5000 Forbes Avenue                      FAX: (412) 681-5739
Pittsburgh, PA  15213-3890              [email protected]

From [email protected] Thu Jul 16 12:00:32 1992
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From: [email protected] (Brad Myers)
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.windows.garnet
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This is the second Call for Votes (CFV) for the new newgroup
comp.windows.garnet.  All votes so far were automatically answered.
If you voted and did not receive a response, then please mail again.

On the matter of creating a new internet newsgroup called comp.windows.garnet:

	To vote YES, send mail to [email protected]
	To vote NO,  send mail to [email protected]

The contents of your message will be ignored and can be empty.

All votes must be received by August 6, 1992.

As per the rules, if there are more than 100 yes votes than no votes
by that date AND at least 2/3 of the total number of valid votes
received are yes votes, the newsgroup will be created.

NOTE: Even if the newsgroup is created, we will still maintain an
e-mail distribution for those who cannot access the newsgroup.

Description:

Garnet is a user interface development environment (other terms
include toolkit, interface builder, user interface management system
(UIMS), etc.) for X/11 and Common Lisp.  The motivation to forming the
newsgroup is that it is getting to be a quite large mailing list (about
300-400 people) and there seem to be many people interested in the
system who would like to browse the discussions, but not get all the
mail.

The new group will be named comp.windows.garnet (to be parallel with
comp.windows.interviews, since Interviews is a similar kind of system
to Garnet).  This group will be for the discussion about bugs,
features, and questions about Garnet.  It will NOT be moderated.  The
current traffic on the garnet-users mailing list is about 4 or 5
messages per day, but the number of Garnet users continually
increases.

More information on Garnet is available from me.

Brad A. Myers
-- 
School of Computer Science                      (412) 268-5150
Carnegie Mellon University                      FAX: (412) 681-5739
5000 Forbes Avenue                              [email protected]
Pittsburgh, PA  15213-3890

From [email protected] Fri Aug  7 20:55:51 1992
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From: [email protected] (Brad Myers)
Subject: RESULT: comp.windows.garnet passes 220: 18
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The vote to create comp.windows.garnet passes 220 yes to 18 no.  Here are 
the votes:

YES votes:

1. "Dan Corkill, COINS, UMass 413/545-0156" 
2. "Josef G. Schreiner" 
3. "Kai-Mikael J\d\d-Aro" 
4. "Kurt Indermaur" 
5. "Martin J. Zaidel" 
6. "Penner Robin" 
7. "Randy Fischer" 
8. "The TDL Fopra" 
9. "Ulrich Schaefer" 
10. 408)922-2768 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. [email protected]
15. Alan Ruttenberg 
16. Alan Teague 
17. Alberto Riva 
18. Alejandro Caro 
19. Alok Mathur  
20. [email protected]
21. Anne Judith Rose 
22. B C Desai 
23. Bala Srinivasan 
24. Bill Bohrer 
25. Bill Poutinen 
26. Billy Joel 
27. Bob Jackson 
28. [email protected] on Wed, Jul 15, 1992 11:37 AM
29. Brent Benson 
30. Bryan M Kramer 
31. [email protected] 
32. [email protected]
33. Ceri Hopkins 
34. Charlie Lindahl 
35. Cheuk-San Wang 
36. Chris Esposito 
37. Chris Richardson 
38. Christophe MERTZ "CR2A" 
39. Chuck Grant 
40. Clifford Ritchie 
41. Conrad Poelman 
42. Dan Cerys 
43. Dan McCrobie 
44. [email protected]
45. Dave Brooks 
46. Dave Love 
47. Dave Pugmire 
48. David Axmark 
49. David M Chelberg 
50. Denis Anthony 
51. Denys Duchier 
52. Detlef Schwier 
53. Dipankar Gupta 
54. Don Hopkins 
55. Donald Beaudry 
56. Doug "D." Dankel 
57. Edward K. Lee 
58. [email protected]
59. Erick Gallesio 
60. Erik Altmann 
61. Fernando Mato Mira 
62. Frank R Smith 
63. [email protected]
64. George Kutty 
65. Glenn S. Elias 
66. Gordon Buxton 
67. Guido Knappe 
68. Gyesung Lee 
69. Harri Ilmari Poyhonen 
70. Harris, Jed 
71. Herbert Damker    
72. Howard Beck 
73. Hubertus Hohl 
74. Ian Rogers 
75. [email protected]
76. Ingemar Hulthage 
77. Ivan Tou 
78. James Ault 
79. James Landay 
80. James Salsman 
81. James Tizard 
82. Jeff Dalton 
83. Jeff Putnam 
84. Jim Davis 
85. Jim Mayer 
86. Joe Konstan 
87. John Gibbons 
88. John Richards 
89. John Sambrook 
90. Jon Lieb 
91. Jonas Lowgren 
92. Jose E. Hernandez 
93. Josh Fisher 
94. Jost Krieger 
95. Juergen Christoffel 
96. Juergen Theis 
97. Jutta Degener 
98. Karen York Kietzke 
99. Keith Decker 
100. Kenneth J Meltsner 
101. Larry Stone 
102. Len Charest 
103. Lorraine Normore 
104. Lynda L. True 
105. [email protected]
106. Marilyn S Bunzo 
107. Mark Feblowitz 
108. Mark Shirley 
109. [email protected]
110. [email protected]
111. Markus Stumpf 
112. Martin Sjolin 
113. Martin Stein 
114. Marty Hall 
115. Masahiro HORI 
116. Masayuki Kuwada 
117. Matthias Ressel 
118. Mattias Werner 
119. Michael Clarkson
120. Michael Froehlich 
121. Michael Sannella 
122. Michael Twidale 
123. Michael Wirth 
124. Mike Cornelio 
125. Mike Wray 
126. Mustafa Uysal 
127. N F Drakos 
128. Oliver Dehning 
129. Omar Patino-Siliceo 
130. [email protected]
131. Patrick Logan 
132. Paul Dourish 
133. Paul Harvey 
134. PeiYu Huang 
135. Peter E. Jones 
136. Peter Halvorson 
137. Peter Mikes 
138. Philippe Marchal 
139. Ping Luo 
140. R J Williams 
141. RB Feenstra 
142. Raja Sooriamurthi 
143. Rajan Parthasarathy 
144. Ralph Hill 
145. Ramesh Vaidhyanathan 
146. Raymond Lang 
147. Richard Eaton 
148. Richard Hesketh 
149. Robert Goldman 
150. [email protected]
151. Roman Weissgaerber 
152. Rudolf Keller 
153. Russell G. Almond 
154. Russell Ritchie 
155. SNERG Library 
156. Sanjiva Weerawarana 
157. Sascha Wildner 
158. Scott Blachowicz 
159. Scott Simpson 
160. [email protected]
161. Shon Vick 
162. Siegfried Schreiber 
163. Simon Leinen 
164. Skip Egdorf 
165. Stefan Koser 
166. Stefan Vaillant 
167. Stephen E. Miner 
168. Stephen [Steve] Smoot 
169. Steve Berson 
170. Steve Talbots 
171. [email protected]
172. Thierry Besancon 
173. [email protected]
174. Tim Bradshaw 
175. Tom Canales 
176. Tom Moore 
177. Tom Zheng 
178. Vijay Saraswat 
179. [email protected]
180. Vladimir Bacvanski 
181. Wolfgang Pohl 
182. Y S Ramakrishna 
183. Yaw "O." Busia 
184. Ye Huang 
185. abo[email protected]
186. [email protected]
187. [email protected]
188. [email protected]
189. [email protected]
190. chuk 
191. dan pierson 
192. [email protected]
193. [email protected]
194. gringhuis 
195. [email protected]
196. [email protected]
197. john blue 
198. [email protected]
199. [email protected]
200. [email protected]
201. [email protected]
202. [email protected]
203. [email protected]
204. [email protected]
205. [email protected]
206. [email protected]
207. [email protected]
208. prc 
209. rmd 
210. [email protected]
211. ruman 
212. [email protected]
213. [email protected]
214. [email protected]
215. [email protected]
216. smacalde%[email protected]
217. [email protected]
218. [email protected]
219. william m perkins 
220. yost 

NO Votes

1. Bill Owens 
2. Carl Rigney 
3. David Barr 
4. Ed McGuire 
5. John G Dobnick 
6. Kim DeVaughn 
7. Leonard J. Peirce 
8. M J Sawar 
9. Paul Sears "Sys Admin" 
10. Richard H. Miller 
11. Steve Rogers 
12. Sven Heinicke 
13. Ted Koppel 
14. The Wolfe of the Den 
15. Tim Szeliga 
16. [email protected]
17. [email protected]
18. [email protected]

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