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From [email protected] Thu Feb 29 20:39:42 1996
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Fred Pilot <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,misc.consumers.house
Subject: RFD: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
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Date: 1 Mar 1996 01:39:52 -0000
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                     REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION (RFD)
        unmoderated group misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) for the creation of an
unmoderated Usenet newsgroup group.name.  This is not a Call for Votes
(CFV); you cannot vote at this time.  Procedural details are below.

Proposed newsgroup: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn, an
unmoderated discussion group for owners and residents of home owners
associations (HOA) in planned unit developments, condos, townhouses,
etc.  12% of the U.S. population lives in such
associations. Attorneys, accountants, and managers working with HOAs
are also encouraged to participate.

RATIONALE: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

According to the report "Residential Community Associations" prepared
by the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations, about 12
percent of the U.S. population resides in about 150,000 common
interest developments such as condominium complexes, townhomes and
other planned unit developments.  Common interest developments --
commonly referred to as homeowner associations-- are based on the
"garden city" concept developed in England circa 1900 by Ebenezer
Howard and later brought to the United States.  Their numbers have
grown dramatically in the U.S. since 1960.  In some populous states
where high real estate costs have put the traditional single family
home financially out reach for many would-be homeowners, common
interest developments or "CIDs" are prevalent.  For example, in
California alone there are an estimated 25,000 CIDs and a body of
statutory law, the California Common Interest Development Act of 1984,
has been created to regulate them.

In CIDs, "the commons" -- buildings, streets, recreational facilities
and other infrastructure -- are jointly owned and maintained by the
individual owners as a group.  The owners elect governing councils
that set policy for the association and enforce the association's
"governing documents," acting in the words of one observer much like
"private governments."  The potential for conflict between the
interests of the individual owners and those of the homeowner
association, as well as the growing complexity and body of statutory
and common law governing homeowner associations, generates a large
amount of controversy, confusion and questions.  Herein lies the key
rationale for the creation of a newsgroup dedicated to homeowner
associations.

A search of existing USENET newsgroups on Jan. 1, 1996 identified no
newsgroups on homeowner associations.  Only one newsgroup could be
located remotely related to the proposed topic: misc.consumers.house.
A review of postings to this list reveals it is apparently targeted to
consumer-oriented homeownership topics such as home remodeling and
improvement and not topics related to ownership and residence in
common interest developments.

Since May of 1994, a listserver dedicated to homeowner association
issues, [email protected], has been in operation.  It currently has
about 225 members from California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, New England
and other areas of the U.S.  The list is comprised of homeowner
association residents, board members and professionals who serve HOAs
such as attorneys, managers, accountants and other consultants.
Frequently the postings to HOA-List have produced lengthy discussion
threads on management, legal and financial and other topics that would
be more appropriate to a newsgroup rather than mailing list protocol.
Since about 30 million Americans live in homeowner associations, it is
expected that the greater exposure misc.homeowner-assn would have in
the cyberspace community as compared to the existing HOA-List would
generate significantly greater interest and message traffic than that
which currently exists on the HOA-List.

Once established and if message content and volume warrants, it is
anticipated that the proposed newsgroup would be formed into secondary
levels.

CHARTER: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Articles suitable for posting to misc.homeowner-assn are those
pertaining to any topic related to ownership, residence in and
governance of common interest developments such as condominium
complexes, townhomes and other planned unit developments.

END CHARTER.

PROCEDURE:

This is a request for discussion, not a call for votes.  In this phase
of the process, any potential problems with the proposed newsgroups
should be raised and resolved.  The discussion period will continue
for a minimum of 21 days (starting from when the first RFD for this
proposal is posted to news.announce.newgroups), after which a Call For
Votes (CFV) may be posted by a neutral vote taker if the discussion
warrants it.  Please do not attempt to vote until this happens.

All discussion of this proposal should be posted to news.groups.

This RFD attempts to comply fully with the Usenet newsgroup creation
guidelines outlined in "How to Create a New Usenet Newsgroup" and "How
to Format and Submit a New Group Proposal".  Please refer to these
documents (available in news.announce.newgroups) if you have any
questions about the process.

DISTRIBUTION:

This RFD has been posted to the following mailing list:

HOA-List @netcom.com
Subcribe via: [email protected]

Proponent: Fred Pilot <[email protected]>

From [email protected] Tue Mar 26 16:07:29 1996
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Warren Lavallee)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,misc.consumers.house
Subject: CFV: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
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Date: 26 Mar 1996 21:07:25 -0000
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                     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
        unmoderated group misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Newsgroups line:
misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn	Common interest housing developments.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 16 Apr 1996.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Fred Pilot <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Warren Lavallee <[email protected]>


RATIONALE: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

According to the report "Residential Community Associations" prepared
by the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations, about 12
percent of the U.S. population resides in about 150,000 common
interest developments such as condominium complexes, townhomes and
other planned unit developments.  Common interest developments --
commonly referred to as homeowner associations-- are based on the
"garden city" concept developed in England circa 1900 by Ebenezer
Howard and later brought to the United States.  Their numbers have
grown dramatically in the U.S. since 1960.  In some populous states
where high real estate costs have put the traditional single family
home financially out reach for many would-be homeowners, common
interest developments or "CIDs" are prevalent.  For example, in
California alone there are an estimated 25,000 CIDs and a body of
statutory law, the California Common Interest Development Act of 1984,
has been created to regulate them.

In CIDs, "the commons" -- buildings, streets, recreational facilities
and other infrastructure -- are jointly owned and maintained by the
individual owners as a group.  The owners elect governing councils
that set policy for the association and enforce the association's
"governing documents," acting in the words of one observer much like
"private governments."  The potential for conflict between the
interests of the individual owners and those of the homeowner
association, as well as the growing complexity and body of statutory
and common law governing homeowner associations, generates a large
amount of controversy, confusion and questions.  Herein lies the key
rationale for the creation of a newsgroup dedicated to homeowner
associations.

A search of existing USENET newsgroups on Jan. 1, 1996 identified no
newsgroups on homeowner associations.  Only one newsgroup could be
located remotely related to the proposed topic: misc.consumers.house.
A review of postings to this list reveals it is apparently targeted to
consumer-oriented homeownership topics such as home remodeling and
improvement and not topics related to ownership and residence in
common interest developments.

Since May of 1994, a listserver dedicated to homeowner association
issues, [email protected], has been in operation.  It currently has
about 225 members from California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, New England
and other areas of the U.S.  The list is comprised of homeowner
association residents, board members and professionals who serve HOAs
such as attorneys, managers, accountants and other consultants.
Frequently the postings to HOA-List have produced lengthy discussion
threads on management, legal and financial and other topics that would
be more appropriate to a newsgroup rather than mailing list protocol.
Since about 30 million Americans live in homeowner associations, it is
expected that the greater exposure misc.homeowner-assn would have in
the cyberspace community as compared to the existing HOA-List would
generate significantly greater interest and message traffic than that
which currently exists on the HOA-List.

Once established and if message content and volume warrants, it is
anticipated that the proposed newsgroup would be formed into secondary
levels.

CHARTER: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Articles suitable for posting to misc.homeowner-assn are those
pertaining to any topic related to ownership, residence in and
governance of common interest developments such as condominium
complexes, townhomes and other planned unit developments.

END CHARTER.

HOW TO VOTE

Send E-MAIL to:   [email protected]

Your e-mail message should contain one and only one of the following
statements:

      I vote YES on misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
      I vote NO on misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

You may also vote ABSTAIN or CANCEL; these are not counted as votes and
don't affect the vote count.

Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.
The votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal
acknowledge- ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several
days, try again. It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES:

Standard Guidelines for voting apply.  One person, one vote.  Votes must
be mailed directly from the voter to the votetaker.  Anonymous,
forwarded or proxy votes are not valid; this includes votes generated by
WWW/HTML/CGI forms.

Vote counting is automated.  Failure to follow these directions may mean
that your vote does not get counted.  If you do not receive an
acknowledgment of your vote within three days, contact the votetaker
about the problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.  Duplicate votes are resolved in favor of the most
recent valid vote.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published
in the final voting results post.

The purpose of a Usenet vote is to determine the genuine interest of
persons who would read a proposed newsgroup.  Soliciting votes from
disinterested parties defeats this purpose.  Please do not distribute
this CFV.  If you must, direct people to the official CFV as posted to
news.announce.newgroups.  Distributing pre-marked or otherwise edited
copies of this CFV is generally considered to be vote fraud.  When in
doubt, ask the votetaker.


DISTRIBUTION:

This Call for Votes is being posted to the following newsgroups:

        misc.consumers.house

From [email protected] Wed Apr  3 07:34:49 1996
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Warren Lavallee)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,misc.consumers.house
Subject: 2nd CFV: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Date: 3 Apr 1996 12:34:38 -0000
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 133
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Expires: 17 Apr 1996 00:00:00 GMT
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Archive-Name: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
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                      LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
        unmoderated group misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Newsgroups line:
misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn	Common interest housing developments.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 16 Apr 1996.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Fred Pilot <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Warren Lavallee <[email protected]>


RATIONALE: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

According to the report "Residential Community Associations" prepared
by the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations, about 12
percent of the U.S. population resides in about 150,000 common
interest developments such as condominium complexes, townhomes and
other planned unit developments.  Common interest developments --
commonly referred to as homeowner associations-- are based on the
"garden city" concept developed in England circa 1900 by Ebenezer
Howard and later brought to the United States.  Their numbers have
grown dramatically in the U.S. since 1960.  In some populous states
where high real estate costs have put the traditional single family
home financially out reach for many would-be homeowners, common
interest developments or "CIDs" are prevalent.  For example, in
California alone there are an estimated 25,000 CIDs and a body of
statutory law, the California Common Interest Development Act of 1984,
has been created to regulate them.

In CIDs, "the commons" -- buildings, streets, recreational facilities
and other infrastructure -- are jointly owned and maintained by the
individual owners as a group.  The owners elect governing councils
that set policy for the association and enforce the association's
"governing documents," acting in the words of one observer much like
"private governments."  The potential for conflict between the
interests of the individual owners and those of the homeowner
association, as well as the growing complexity and body of statutory
and common law governing homeowner associations, generates a large
amount of controversy, confusion and questions.  Herein lies the key
rationale for the creation of a newsgroup dedicated to homeowner
associations.

A search of existing USENET newsgroups on Jan. 1, 1996 identified no
newsgroups on homeowner associations.  Only one newsgroup could be
located remotely related to the proposed topic: misc.consumers.house.
A review of postings to this list reveals it is apparently targeted to
consumer-oriented homeownership topics such as home remodeling and
improvement and not topics related to ownership and residence in
common interest developments.

Since May of 1994, a listserver dedicated to homeowner association
issues, [email protected], has been in operation.  It currently has
about 225 members from California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, New England
and other areas of the U.S.  The list is comprised of homeowner
association residents, board members and professionals who serve HOAs
such as attorneys, managers, accountants and other consultants.
Frequently the postings to HOA-List have produced lengthy discussion
threads on management, legal and financial and other topics that would
be more appropriate to a newsgroup rather than mailing list protocol.
Since about 30 million Americans live in homeowner associations, it is
expected that the greater exposure misc.homeowner-assn would have in
the cyberspace community as compared to the existing HOA-List would
generate significantly greater interest and message traffic than that
which currently exists on the HOA-List.

Once established and if message content and volume warrants, it is
anticipated that the proposed newsgroup would be formed into secondary
levels.

CHARTER: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Articles suitable for posting to misc.homeowner-assn are those
pertaining to any topic related to ownership, residence in and
governance of common interest developments such as condominium
complexes, townhomes and other planned unit developments.

END CHARTER.

HOW TO VOTE

Send E-MAIL to:   [email protected]

Your e-mail message should contain one and only one of the following
statements:

      I vote YES on misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn
      I vote NO on misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

You may also vote ABSTAIN or CANCEL; these are not counted as votes and
don't affect the vote count.

Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.
The votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal
acknowledge- ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several
days, try again. It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

VOTING PROCEDURE NOTES:

Standard Guidelines for voting apply.  One person, one vote.  Votes must
be mailed directly from the voter to the votetaker.  Anonymous,
forwarded or proxy votes are not valid; this includes votes generated by
WWW/HTML/CGI forms.

Vote counting is automated.  Failure to follow these directions may mean
that your vote does not get counted.  If you do not receive an
acknowledgment of your vote within three days, contact the votetaker
about the problem.  It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly.  Duplicate votes are resolved in favor of the most
recent valid vote.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published
in the final voting results post.

The purpose of a Usenet vote is to determine the genuine interest of
persons who would read a proposed newsgroup.  Soliciting votes from
disinterested parties defeats this purpose.  Please do not distribute
this CFV.  If you must, direct people to the official CFV as posted to
news.announce.newgroups.  Distributing pre-marked or otherwise edited
copies of this CFV is generally considered to be vote fraud.  When in
doubt, ask the votetaker.


DISTRIBUTION:

This Call for Votes is being posted to the following newsgroups:

        misc.consumers.house

From [email protected] Wed Apr 17 07:21:45 1996
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Warren Lavallee)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,misc.consumers.house
Subject: RESULT: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn passes 151:32
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 17 Apr 1996 07:21:36 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 300
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
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                                RESULT
 unmoderated group misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn passes 151:32

There were 151 YES votes and 32 NO votes, for a total of 183 valid votes.
There were 4 invalid ballots.

For group passage, YES votes must be at least 2/3 of all valid (YES and NO)
votes.   There also must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes.

There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted.  If no
serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the moderator of
news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly thereafter.

Newsgroups line:
misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn	Common interest housing developments.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 16 Apr 1996.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  Questions about
this proposal should be directed to the proponent.

Proponent: Fred Pilot <[email protected]>
Votetaker: Warren Lavallee <[email protected]>


RATIONALE: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

According to the report "Residential Community Associations" prepared
by the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations, about 12
percent of the U.S. population resides in about 150,000 common
interest developments such as condominium complexes, townhomes and
other planned unit developments.  Common interest developments --
commonly referred to as homeowner associations-- are based on the
"garden city" concept developed in England circa 1900 by Ebenezer
Howard and later brought to the United States.  Their numbers have
grown dramatically in the U.S. since 1960.  In some populous states
where high real estate costs have put the traditional single family
home financially out reach for many would-be homeowners, common
interest developments or "CIDs" are prevalent.  For example, in
California alone there are an estimated 25,000 CIDs and a body of
statutory law, the California Common Interest Development Act of 1984,
has been created to regulate them.

In CIDs, "the commons" -- buildings, streets, recreational facilities
and other infrastructure -- are jointly owned and maintained by the
individual owners as a group.  The owners elect governing councils
that set policy for the association and enforce the association's
"governing documents," acting in the words of one observer much like
"private governments."  The potential for conflict between the
interests of the individual owners and those of the homeowner
association, as well as the growing complexity and body of statutory
and common law governing homeowner associations, generates a large
amount of controversy, confusion and questions.  Herein lies the key
rationale for the creation of a newsgroup dedicated to homeowner
associations.

A search of existing USENET newsgroups on Jan. 1, 1996 identified no
newsgroups on homeowner associations.  Only one newsgroup could be
located remotely related to the proposed topic: misc.consumers.house.
A review of postings to this list reveals it is apparently targeted to
consumer-oriented homeownership topics such as home remodeling and
improvement and not topics related to ownership and residence in
common interest developments.

Since May of 1994, a listserver dedicated to homeowner association
issues, [email protected], has been in operation.  It currently has
about 225 members from California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, New England
and other areas of the U.S.  The list is comprised of homeowner
association residents, board members and professionals who serve HOAs
such as attorneys, managers, accountants and other consultants.
Frequently the postings to HOA-List have produced lengthy discussion
threads on management, legal and financial and other topics that would
be more appropriate to a newsgroup rather than mailing list protocol.
Since about 30 million Americans live in homeowner associations, it is
expected that the greater exposure misc.homeowner-assn would have in
the cyberspace community as compared to the existing HOA-List would
generate significantly greater interest and message traffic than that
which currently exists on the HOA-List.

Once established and if message content and volume warrants, it is
anticipated that the proposed newsgroup would be formed into secondary
levels.

CHARTER: misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn

Articles suitable for posting to misc.homeowner-assn are those
pertaining to any topic related to ownership, residence in and
governance of common interest developments such as condominium
complexes, townhomes and other planned unit developments.

END CHARTER.

DISTRIBUTION:

This Call for Votes is being posted to the following newsgroups:

        misc.consumers.house

misc.consumers.house.homeowner-assn Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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[email protected]                                           Tom Sobell
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k5hsj@sfsu.edu                                                   Winston Tharp
kevinc13@annap.infi.net                                             Kevin Cole
kim@shell.portal.com                                              Kim DeVaughn
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klj@cray.com                                                     Karen Johnson
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merchant@anuxv.att.com                                              s.merchant
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mh@nsmdserv.cnd.hp.com                                            Milan Hanson
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mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS
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ooley@silcom.com                                                  Robert Ooley
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paxil@interlog.com                                                Paxil Psycho
perkins@methane.sri.com                                        Timothy Perkins
pjjoyce@execpc.com                                                          PJ
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RLG49@aol.com
rlj@tellabs.com
rnewcomb@u.washington.edu                                         Dick Newcomb
roc@gasco.com                                              Ron Christian x5545
roy@helsing.com                                                    Roy Helsing
RTStarr@gnn.com                                                     Dick Starr
Russell589@aol.com
rvanmatr@NMSU.Edu                                            RICKY D VAN MATRE
sb2t+@andrew.cmu.edu                                 Susan Lynn Bowser Basista
scale@primenet.com                                       Luis M. Outumuro, Sr.
scottk@cs.UMD.EDU                                            Scott King Walker
SequoiaSC@aol.com
Shann@gnn.com
shprentz@bdm.com                                                 Joel Shprentz
sjh@helix.nih.gov                                             stephen j. hagen
sjn@cray.com                                                    Scott Narveson
Spanky4@aol.com
spo@netcom.com
stepheno@hawaii.edu                                          Stephen I Okumura
stever@mailhost.infi.net                                        Steve Rogovich
stoffel@oasys.dt.navy.mil                                         Bill Stoffel
strichar@condo.com                                              Jim Strichartz
syjerry@netgate.net                                                   Jerry Sy
taniel@getnet.com                                                  John Taniel
tcoole@nando.net                                                    Thor Coole
tgriff@ix.netcom.com                                               Tom Griffin
thark@mail01.adm.duke.edu
thurmes@displaytech.com                                           Bill Thurmes
timfrank@erols.com                                                   Tim Frank
vinzi@sccoast.net                                               Vince Manzione
wainwrig@winternet.com                                          Jim Wainwright
wong@hplabsz.hpl.hp.com                                          David B. Wong
zoccola@oasys.dt.navy.mil                                         Paul Zoccola
ZSYSJCW@UCMVS580.UC.EDU                                           John C. Wolf

Voted No
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birchall@email.njin.net                                                   Shag
booda@datasync.com                                             Martin H. Booda
bresnab@tiac.net                                               Brian Bresnahan
cjburch@ycs.ab.ca
cps@access.digex.net                                           Chris Smolinski
csaamw@urc.tue.nl                                               Michiel Wijers
dmaurer@netcom.com                                            Dennis M. Maurer
gaillard@panix.com                                                 Ed Gaillard
greg@ohs.uwo.ca                                                   Greg Chapman
Heikki.Kantola@Helsinki.FI                                      Heikki Kantola
Howard_J_DEVOE@umail.umd.edu                                               hd5
ijackson@chiark.chu.cam.ac.uk                                      Ian Jackson
jpenovic@encore.com                                               Jan Penovich
khan@cs.nyu.edu                                                   Hasnain Khan
mhatz@raven.phs.com                                                  Mike Hatz
ml3e+@andrew.cmu.edu                                            Michael Loomis
nick@inferno.fc.hp.com                                          Nick Ingegneri
olav@viking.mv.com                                             Olav Nieuwejaar
Ollivier.Robert@hsc.fr.net                                     Ollivier Robert
patl@catfish.lcs.mit.edu                                   Patrick J. LoPresti
pgoedhar@xs4all.nl                                           Peter T. Goedhart
ptbast@owl.WPI.EDU                                                Pete Bastien
ryang@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu                                     Glen Patrick Ryan
sam@sam.franken.de                                                Sassan Simai
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                         Smarasderagd
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
thirion@verilog.fr                                                Marc Thirion
thor.kottelin@pcb.mpoli.fi                                       Thor Kottelin
tkimp@tus.ssi1.COM                                                   Peter Kim
tlawson@email.univpubs.american.edu                             Todd C. Lawson
Vincent.Archer@hsc.fr.net                                       Vincent Archer
widenius@cc.helsinki.fi                                         Risto Widenius


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kv@sisna.com                                                                KV
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pm@llnl.gov                                                       Pamela McKay
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vincen89@pop3.nfi.com                                               VincentLee
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