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From [email protected] Tue Mar  7 16:37:55 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Michael Silbergleid)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,rec.video,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.production
Subject: RFD: rec.video.professional moderated
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 7 Mar 1995 15:36:11 -0500
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                       REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION (RFD)

Newsgroup:      rec.video.professional
Status:         Moderated
Distribution:   World
Summary:        For professionals in video, television, and broadcasting
Proponent:      Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>


This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) about the creation of a
moderated newsgroup relating to professional video, television, and
broadcasting.

This RFD has been issued in accordance with the guidelines set in the
"How to Create a New Usenet Newsgroup" FAQ regularly posted to
news.announce.newgroups. Please refer to this article if you have any
questions about the newsgroup creation process.

**This is not a call for votes.  Please do not vote now.**

This RFD is being cross-posted to the following relevant newsgroups:

        news.announce.newgroups, news.groups
        rec.video, rec.video.desktop, rec.video.production

It will then be sent to related mailing lists:

        [email protected]
        [email protected]
        [email protected]


CHARTER

rec.video.professional would be a newsgroup dealing with specific
technical and artistic issues in professional video, television and
broadcasting.

Topics would include:

+ Policy (e.g. federal regulations passed down from the Federal
  Communications Commission) and operation (e.g. day-to-day physical
  plant) of broadcast, production and post production facilities.

+ Announcements of events of interest to the video, television and
  broadcasting community such as conferences and conventions.

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) equipment specifications.

+ New ENG technology such as disk-based (as opposed to tape-based)
  cameras.

+ ENG videotape formats.

+ Linear and nonlinear editing.

+ Special Effect design and creation.

+ Problem solving and trouble-shooting.

+ Production artistry.

+ Single- and multiple-camera productions.

+ In-studio and remote (out of studio) productions.


MODERATION POLICY

The sole purpose of moderating the proposed newsgroup is to restrict the
discussion to subjects related to the video profession.  All articles
dealing with such subjects will be accepted, regardless of the point of
view of the author.  The moderator will reject articles not pertaining to
topics described in the Charter, including:

+ Commercial announcements.

+ Personal attacks and flames.

+ Political discussions not directly related to the video profession.

+ Questions or comments pertaining to video hobbyists or amateurs (these
  articles will be redirected to the appropriate newsgroups).

The proposed moderator is Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>.
However, during the discussion, other video professionals are encouraged
to come forward to be co-moderators, alternate moderators, and/or backup
moderators.


RATIONALE

There is considerable interest in forming this newsgroup from those who
are video, television and broadcasting professionals currently posting on
rec.video, rec.video.desktop, and rec.video.production. There is a certain
dissatisfaction in the professional community with those existing
newsgroups as they contain mostly amateurs and hobbyists.


PROCEDURE

Please post any response to this message to news.groups.  If you use the
followup feature on your newsreader this should happen automatically.  It
is important to understand that all discussions about the merits of this
proposal should occur on news.groups.

Unless the discussion indicates a need to resubmit a new RFD, a Call for
Votes (CFV) will be posted in approximately three to four weeks after the
posting of this RFD.


FUTURE CALL FOR VOTES

Please do not post any votes now. This is not a call for votes.  When the
CFV is posted, instructions will be given on how to mail your votes to the
Usenet Volunteer Votetakers (UVV).
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+
Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>                    New York, NY
Television Broadcast Magazine                                  [email protected]

From [email protected] Mon Jul 24 18:08:41 1995
Path: uunet!in1.uu.net!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Michael Handler)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,rec.video,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.production
Subject: CFV: rec.video.professional moderated
Followup-To: poster
Date: 19 Jul 1995 22:35:30 -0000
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                     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                moderated group rec.video.professional

Newsgroups line:
rec.video.professional  Technical & artistic issues in professional video (moderated).

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 9 Aug 1995.

This vote is being conducted by Michael Handler <[email protected]>, a
neutral third party and a member of the Usenet Volunteer Votetakers [UVV].
For questions about the vote, the voting process, or voting mechanics,
email him at <[email protected]>.

The proponent for this proposal is Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>.
If you have any other questions about this proposal, please contact him.

RATIONALE

There is considerable interest in this newsgroup from those video,
television and broadcasting professionals currently posting on rec.video,
rec.video.desktop, and rec.video.production. There is a frustration in the
professional community with those existing newsgroups as they contain
mostly amateurs and hobbyists.

CHARTER

This would be a general newsgroup dealing with specific technical and
artistic issues in professional video, television and broadcasting.

Topics would include:

+ policy (eg. federal regulations passed down from the Federal
  Communications Commission) and operation (eg. day-to-day physical
  plant) of broadcast, production and post production facilities.

+ announcements of events of interest to the video, television and
  broadcasting community such as conferences and conventions.

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) equipment specifications.

+ New ENG (Electronic News Gathering) technology such as disk-based
  (as opposed to tape-based cameras).

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) videotape formats.

+ Linear and nonlinear editing.

+ Special Effect design and creation.

+ Problem solving and Trouble Shooting.

+ Production artistry.

+ Single camera productions.

+ Multiple camera productions.

+ In-Studio productions.

+ Remote (out of studio) productions.

MODERATION

Moderator: Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>
Submissions Address: [email protected]
Contact Address: [email protected]

DISTRIBUTION

This Call For Votes (CFV) has been crossposted to the following newsgroups:
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, rec.video, rec.video.desktop,
rec.video.production

After this Call For Votes (CFV) appears in <news.announce.newsgroups>, it
will be sent to the following mailing lists:
* [email protected]
* [email protected]

HOW TO VOTE

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Attempts at
ballot box stuffing or vote fraud will not be treated lightly.

**************************************************************************
*** IMPORTANT: Email addresses, names, and votes of all voters will be ***
*** published in the final voting results list. UVV voting is not done ***
*** by secret ballot. If you don't like this policy, don't vote.       ***
**************************************************************************

Send email to: <[email protected]>. Just replying should work if
you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain ONE (and only ONE) of the following four
statements:

      I vote YES on rec.video.professional
      I vote NO on rec.video.professional
      I vote ABSTAIN on rec.video.professional
      I CANCEL my vote on rec.video.professional

YES signifies a vote for the creation of the newsgroup. NO signifies a
vote against the creation of the newsgroup. If you vote ABSTAIN, your vote
will be registered and will be shown in the final results posting, but it
will not affect the outcome of the vote.

If you CANCEL your vote, all records of your vote will be purged from the
active results file, and your name, address, and vote will not be listed
in the final results posting.

ABSTAIN and CANCEL are nearly the same thing -- the only difference is,
with ABSTAIN, your name and address are still listed in the final listing.

If you later change your mind, you may vote again from the same account.
Only your last valid vote will be registered in the final count.

Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal
acknowledgement 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.

After the final results are posted to <news.announce.newgroups>, there
will then be a five-day period during which the published vote list may be
corrected and any irregularities addressed.

OFFICIAL SOURCES OF THE CFV

The only official sources of this CFV are:
* The copy which was crossposted to <news.announce.newgroups>
* Any copies which were sent to mailing lists *by* *the* *votetaker*
* One received from the votetaker's automated mailserver

To obtain a copy of the CFV from the votetaker's mailserver, send an email
message to <[email protected]>. The text of your message does not
matter; this is an automated function. A computer handles this, not a
human.

IMPORTANT: If you give anyone copies of the CFV, the copies must be whole
and unmodified. Distributing pre-filled in ballots or modified copies of
this CFV is considered voting fraud. If this occurs on a large scale, or
causes voting problems or irregularities, the vote may be canceled.

When in doubt, ask the votetaker.
--
Michael Handler <[email protected]>  Usenet Volunteer Votetakers (UVV)
Usenet Volunteer Votetakers WWW page: <URL:http://www.amdahl.com/ext/uvv>

From [email protected] Thu Jul 27 20:26:01 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Michael Handler)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,rec.video,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.production
Subject: 2nd CFV: rec.video.professional moderated
Followup-To: poster
Date: 28 Jul 1995 00:25:30 -0000
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                     LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                moderated group rec.video.professional

***************************************************************************
* NOTE: This is the second CFV of two. If you have already voted and      *
* received an acknowledgement of your vote in email from the              *
* votetaker, you *DO* *NOT* need to vote again. If you have any           *
* questions, ask the votetaker, Michael Handler <[email protected]>    *
***************************************************************************

Newsgroups line:
rec.video.professional  Technical & artistic issues in professional video (moderated).

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 9 Aug 1995.

This vote is being conducted by Michael Handler <[email protected]>, a
neutral third party and a member of the Usenet Volunteer Votetakers [UVV].
For questions about the vote, the voting process, or voting mechanics,
email him at <[email protected]>.

The proponent for this proposal is Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>.
If you have any other questions about this proposal, please contact him.

RATIONALE

There is considerable interest in this newsgroup from those video,
television and broadcasting professionals currently posting on rec.video,
rec.video.desktop, and rec.video.production. There is a frustration in the
professional community with those existing newsgroups as they contain
mostly amateurs and hobbyists.

CHARTER

This would be a general newsgroup dealing with specific technical and
artistic issues in professional video, television and broadcasting.

Topics would include:

+ policy (eg. federal regulations passed down from the Federal
  Communications Commission) and operation (eg. day-to-day physical
  plant) of broadcast, production and post production facilities.

+ announcements of events of interest to the video, television and
  broadcasting community such as conferences and conventions.

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) equipment specifications.

+ New ENG (Electronic News Gathering) technology such as disk-based
  (as opposed to tape-based cameras).

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) videotape formats.

+ Linear and nonlinear editing.

+ Special Effect design and creation.

+ Problem solving and Trouble Shooting.

+ Production artistry.

+ Single camera productions.

+ Multiple camera productions.

+ In-Studio productions.

+ Remote (out of studio) productions.

MODERATION

Moderator: Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>
Submissions Address: [email protected]
Contact Address: [email protected]

DISTRIBUTION

This Call For Votes (CFV) has been crossposted to the following newsgroups:
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, rec.video, rec.video.desktop,
rec.video.production

After this Call For Votes (CFV) appears in <news.announce.newsgroups>, it
will be sent to the following mailing lists:
* [email protected]
* [email protected]

HOW TO VOTE

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Attempts at
ballot box stuffing or vote fraud will not be treated lightly.

**************************************************************************
*** IMPORTANT: Email addresses, names, and votes of all voters will be ***
*** published in the final voting results list. UVV voting is not done ***
*** by secret ballot. If you don't like this policy, don't vote.       ***
**************************************************************************

Send email to: <[email protected]>. Just replying should work if
you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain ONE (and only ONE) of the following four
statements:

      I vote YES on rec.video.professional
      I vote NO on rec.video.professional
      I vote ABSTAIN on rec.video.professional
      I CANCEL my vote on rec.video.professional

YES signifies a vote for the creation of the newsgroup. NO signifies a
vote against the creation of the newsgroup. If you vote ABSTAIN, your vote
will be registered and will be shown in the final results posting, but it
will not affect the outcome of the vote.

If you CANCEL your vote, all records of your vote will be purged from the
active results file, and your name, address, and vote will not be listed
in the final results posting.

ABSTAIN and CANCEL are nearly the same thing -- the only difference is,
with ABSTAIN, your name and address are still listed in the final listing.

If you later change your mind, you may vote again from the same account.
Only your last valid vote will be registered in the final count.

Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal
acknowledgement 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.

After the final results are posted to <news.announce.newgroups>, there
will then be a five-day period during which the published vote list may be
corrected and any irregularities addressed.

OFFICIAL SOURCES OF THE CFV

The only official sources of this CFV are:
* The copy which was crossposted to <news.announce.newgroups>
* Any copies which were sent to mailing lists *by* *the* *votetaker*
* One received from the votetaker's automated mailserver

To obtain a copy of the CFV from the votetaker's mailserver, send an email
message to <[email protected]>. The text of your message does not
matter; this is an automated function. A computer handles this, not a
human.

IMPORTANT: If you give anyone copies of the CFV, the copies must be whole
and unmodified. Distributing pre-filled in ballots or modified copies of
this CFV is considered voting fraud. If this occurs on a large scale, or
causes voting problems or irregularities, the vote may be canceled.

When in doubt, ask the votetaker.
--
Michael Handler <[email protected]>  Usenet Volunteer Votetakers (UVV)
Usenet Volunteer Votetakers WWW page: <URL:http://www.amdahl.com/ext/uvv>

From [email protected] Mon Aug 14 15:34:06 1995
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Michael Handler)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,rec.video,rec.video.desktop,rec.video.production
Subject: RESULT: rec.video.professional moderated passes 201:14
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Date: 14 Aug 1995 19:33:58 -0000
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                                RESULT
         moderated group rec.video.professional passes 201:14

There were 201 YES votes and 14 NO votes, for a total of 215 valid votes.
There was 1 abstain and 1 invalid ballot.

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.

  rec.video.professional passed on Thu Jul 27 20:46:22 1995

Newsgroups line:
rec.video.professional  Professional video, technical and artistic (moderated).

The voting period closed at 23:59:59 UTC, 9 Aug 1995.

This vote is being conducted by Michael Handler <[email protected]>, a
neutral third party and a member of the Usenet Volunteer Votetakers [UVV].
For questions about the vote, the voting process, or voting mechanics,
email him at <[email protected]>.

The proponent for this proposal is Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>.
If you have any other questions about this proposal, please contact him.

CHARTER

This would be a general newsgroup dealing with specific technical and
artistic issues in professional video, television and broadcasting.

Topics would include:

+ policy (eg. federal regulations passed down from the Federal
  Communications Commission) and operation (eg. day-to-day physical
  plant) of broadcast, production and post production facilities.

+ announcements of events of interest to the video, television and
  broadcasting community such as conferences and conventions.

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) equipment specifications.

+ New ENG (Electronic News Gathering) technology such as disk-based
  (as opposed to tape-based cameras).

+ ENG (Electronic News Gathering) videotape formats.

+ Linear and nonlinear editing.

+ Special Effect design and creation.

+ Problem solving and Trouble Shooting.

+ Production artistry.

+ Single camera productions.

+ Multiple camera productions.

+ In-Studio productions.

+ Remote (out of studio) productions.

MODERATION

Moderator: Michael Silbergleid <[email protected]>
Submissions Address: [email protected]
Contact Address: [email protected]

[email protected]**********
*** The following results posting is Copyright 1995 Michael Handler and ***
*** Sub Rosa Software, Inc. Usage of the following list or any part     ***
*** thereof as a mass mailing list or for any other purpose without the ***
*** express written consent of the votetaker is strictly prohibited,    ***
*** and may be enforced by law.                                         ***
***************************************************************************
(In other words, don't use these email addresses as an advertising mailing
list or to send them all surveys asking them why they voted the way they
did. You're only going to get people pissed off at you.)

rec.video.professional Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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[email protected]                                    Richard Cobourne
[email protected]                                        James A. Laing
[email protected]                                           DAVID REISS
[email protected]                                           Chuck Reti
[email protected]                                           Jonathan Adair
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]                                                   Alan Kennedy
[email protected]                                 Alan Gilbertson
[email protected]                                                   Andy Birkhead
[email protected]                                                 Andy Latto
[email protected]                                          Art Clarke
[email protected]                                        David Springbett
[email protected]
[email protected]                                           Barry Ouellette
[email protected]
[email protected]                                              Aubrey Wells
[email protected]                                                    Ben Daube
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]                                        Ian Gardner
[email protected]                                              Brooke Jacobs
[email protected]                                              Betty McIlroy
[email protected]                                                  Scott Greczkowski
[email protected]                                                   russ grubbs
[email protected]                                             Ben Parker
[email protected]
[email protected]                                              Bill Burkett
[email protected]                                                   Thom Byxbe
[email protected]                                     CHARLES F. CROCKETT
[email protected]                                         Chris Barham
[email protected]                                             Cindy Jeffrey
[email protected]                                                Clark Williams
[email protected]                                         Chris Stamper
[email protected]                                                  Chris Mallam
[email protected]
[email protected]                                                        Tom Cox
[email protected]                                       MR STEPHEN J HAYFORD
[email protected]                                                 Kevin Sullivan
[email protected]                                              Wil Maxwell
[email protected]                                         Michael Danese
daveman@ferrari.netxpress.com                                      Karen Gentz
davetong@uidaho.edu                                                  Dave Tong
davewade@soho.ios.com                                               David Wade
davidthx@chautauqua.com                                           david holleb
dejesus@archimedes.vislab.navy.mil                         Francisco X DeJesus
dfccomm@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca                              DFC Communications
dgiles@astral.magic.ca                                              Dave Giles
dgt@WPI.EDU                                                      Doug Thompson
dhrknss@freenet.columbus.oh.us                                  Diana Harkness
dills@fred.net
DNelson@www.ies.ncsu.edu                                          David Nelson
dolt@qnet.com                                                    Mark Polnasek
draziw@netcom.com                                                         Ryan
DScoop@aol.com
dvarn@gate.net
eabu2072@ea.oac.uci.edu                                                 Kilroy
eesb@chevron.com                                               Elizabeth Baggs
ElPolvo@aol.com
eswanson@iglou.com                                                     Eric S.
etay@cougar.multiline.com.au                                            E. Tay
EThomas@world.std.com                                            Evan J Thomas
gclayton@waikato.ac.nz
gene@ionet.net                                                    gene bortmes
generad@epix.net
george.randell@sbenorfolk.org                                   George Randell
GJW3603@aol.com
goldberg@oasys.dt.navy.mil                                       Mark Goldberg
greg@ludpod.com                                                 Greg Ludington
greglo@inforamp.net                                              greg lockwood
gshaftel@aol.com                                                      Gshaftel
H.Reusch@ieee.org                                                Holger Reusch
helge@norway.bbs.no                                             HELGE HAUGLAND
HF23@aol.com
Hillmann@nmaa.org                                               Tod H. Hopkins
hoffman@cs.pitt.edu                                                Bob Hoffman
iain@anderton.demon.co.uk                                           Iain Pybus
IamWes@aol.com
Image04@pop03.ca.us.ibm.net                                  Bastian K. Wimmer
islander@mail.msen.com                                          Michael Bauser
iu54@jove.acs.unt.edu                                              Grimes Greg
iwrite4u@ix.netcom.com                                              Diane Hoag
izsmith@primenet.com                                           Steve Schneider
jbartlet@triton.horizon.bc.ca                                Jonathan Bartlett
jdavid@infinet.com                                            J. David Johnson
jdfalk@cybernothing.org
JDietz@aol.com
jimmack@io.org                                                    Jim MacKrell
jimpowel@ix.netcom.com                                              Jim Powell
Jim_OBrien@sacbbx.com                                               Jim OBrien
JkNorth@aol.com
jlogan@digitalimage.com                                             John Logan
jpc@hammer.msfc.nasa.gov                                       J. Porter Clark
jrogers@adam.com.au                                               Jamie Rogers
jsr@dexter.mi.org                                                Jay S. Rouman
justin.barrett@tenforward.com                                   Justin Barrett
jyoung@usa.nai.net                                                   Jim Young
Karl.Kirbie.1@nd.edu                                               Karl Kirbie
kbranam@electrotex.com
ketil@tvnorge.no                                                Ketil Kirkerud
KevinPM@aol.com
kiwi@iohk.com                                                      Justin Keen
kokol@polaris.net                                                    Irv Kokol
krauss@escher.gsfc.nasa.gov                                        W.D. Krauss
lance@rahul.net                                                  Lance K. Chun
laynemurph@aol.com                                                  LayneMurph
leder@ix.netcom.com                                                 Larry Eder
Lee_Warner@ccmail.bmc.com
list-votes@dream.hb.north.de                                  Martin Schr"oder
Lithatt@aol.com
ljvideo@netcom.com                                                Larry Jandro
lmanning@earth.fjc.gov                                           Laura Manning
LOCSTUDIO@aol.com
Logic2@aol.com
maisel@CC.IMS.DISA.MIL                                          Lynn Cal Maise
mallen@paradox.apana.org.au                                       Mark P Allen
manfred.lange@hamburg.netsurf.de                                 Manfred Lange
marble@fairfield.com                                            Joel Leskowitz
markj@sensemedia.net                                                 The Truth
mars@usit.net                                                 Marsha Marsiglio
mbeall@freenet.columbus.oh.us                                       Mark Beall
mbell@acs.bu.edu
mccoyp@wolfe.net                                                    Phil McCoy
milas@asiaonline.net                                             Hamdani Milas
Mitchell_Kasdin@lamg.com                                       Mitchell Kasdin
mlanciaux@ids.net                                                Marc Lanciaux
MLevie@aol.com
mlevin@hooked.net                                                Michael Levin
mman@cac.washington.edu                                     Michelle Mansfield
mollya@ix.netcom.com                                         Mary O. Archibold
Montuer@aol.com
mox@vpnet.chi.il.us                                             William Moxley
mpvc@io.org                                               Motion Picture Video
mscottc@ix.netcom.com                                            M. Scott Cole
msheridan@igc.apc.org                                         Michael Sheridan
msilber@li.net                                             Michael Silbergleid
msilber@panix.com                                                      Michael
mvision@ix.netcom.com                                           Mark Ditmanson
MXEM30B@prodigy.com                                            MR TOM PREFLING
ndallen@io.org                                                     Nigel Allen
newmedia@teleport.com                                              Jim Swenson
nrd1kcc@nrd.ups.com                                           Kevin C. Castner
nwvw@teleport.com                                               Larry Brieloff
paradox@gate.net                                                 Chuck Skinner
patrick.bryant@pinnacle.uu.holonet.net                          Patrick Bryant
pcr@ic.net                                                           phil reed
pdgray@math.uwaterloo.ca                                         Peter D. Gray
Peteopo@aol.com
philippe@avignon.equinox.gen.nz                                  Belinda Sibly
phoffman@proper.com                                               Paul Hoffman
pose@idirect.com                                                   Eric Posner
proeser@io.org                                                     Paul Roeser
QuinLee@aol.com
R53111AV@helios.edvz.univie.ac.at                                 muki pakesch
ralph@thecoast.gvg.TEK.COM                                      Ralph Williams
rambrose@mcs.com
rch@sos.sos.net                                                           Rich
rdkeen@hamlet.uncg.edu                                               Rich Keen
retp@gate.net                                                      Rick Tugman
Rex@DesktopImages.com                                                Rex Olson
RexRec@aol.com
reynolds@macalstr.edu
richard@tvs.tv4.se                                              Richard Olsson
rlord@gn.apc.org                                                  Richard Lord
rmweiss@ix.netcom.com                                            Richard Weiss
roberto@keltia.freenix.fr                                      Ollivier Robert
robing@ix.netcom.com                                                Robin Gold
Rod_Crossley@tvo.org                                              Rod Crossley
RonH1855@aol.com
rthaler@cyberenet.net                                             Randy Thaler
shawk@panix.com                                                  Sandy Hawkins
simonc@hookup.net                                               SIMON CRAWSHAW
smochen@fast.net
Sonimage@eworld.com
spivak@soho.ios.com                                             Michael Spivak
sredilla@omni.voicenet.com                                    R. Scott Redilla
stdkeb@pip.shsu.edu                                        Keith E. Babuszczak
SteveJ@megaweb.com                                            Steven Brungardt
stofa@ihgp.ih.att.com                                            James A Stofa
tatt_si_tan@hpsgit.desk.hp.com
techman@qnet.com                                                     Technoman
Tfoot@aol.com
Tford1010@aol.com
tgerstel@world.std.com                                             Tom Gerstel
timothy530@aol.com                                                  Timothy530
tjenvey@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu                                     Timothy M. Jenvey
twpierce@midway.uchicago.edu                                        Tim Pierce
Varleyk@aol.com
videoric@orion.sgi.net                                        Richard Ettinger
VidPhil@aol.com
VQBJ30A@prodigy.com                                            MR BRAD G OLSON
VSBP19B@prodigy.com                                          BRENDAN O'CONNELL
wad@io.org                                                             E.G.Wad
warreng@ix.netcom.com                                             M. G. Warren
webtv@ix.netcom.com                                                         JR
wemurlin@bpa.gov                                Murlin, William E. (Bill)-CGMV
Weston1@netcom.com                                            Dave Weston, CDP
WJRyan@aol.com
WPlate@aol.com
XFERman@aol.com
ZKTKB@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU                                       E. Susan Stonehill

Voted No
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afabbro@umich.edu
csaamw@urc.tue.nl                                               Michiel Wijers
frs@krypta.snafu.de                                            Frank Schlueter
hitech@primenet.com                                                     HiTech
jcmurphy@smurfland.cit.buffalo.edu                                 Jeff Murphy
KarolLC@aol.com
larson@net.com                                                     Alan Larson
nrn@tezcat.com                                                  Norman Nithman
patl@skyclad.lcs.mit.edu                                   Patrick J. LoPresti
price@jove.acs.unt.edu                                           Price Charles
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                         Smarasderagd
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
widenius@cc.helsinki.fi                                         Risto Widenius

Abstained
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mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          M Mike Taksar KC6ZPS


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Michael.T.Shell@msfc.nasa.gov                                       Mike Shell
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