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From [email protected] Mon Jun 28 09:24:35 1993
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From: Davin C. Flateau <[email protected]>
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Subject: RFD: sci.astro.planetarium
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R E Q U E S T  F O R  D I S C U S S I O N
-----------------------------------------

   This is the first Request for Discussion for the creation of a
newsgroup under the sci.astro hierarchy.  The discussion will specifically
deal with the creation of a newsgroup devoted to planetariums, and
astronomy education.

Proposed Group
--------------
sci.astro.planetarium

Status
------
Unmoderated.

Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, et[Bc). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the[B general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.

CFV
---

   The call for votes will be in about a month (late July, 1993).

Rationale
---------

   For the last 70 years, planetaria have been the world's source for
astronomical education, and public astronomy information.  Many
educational institutions such as high schools and universities have
planetaria on campus for just this purpose.  With most universities
connected to the internet, and many more science centers and
museums connecting every day, sci.astro.planetarium will provide a central
place for discussion of astronomy education and the special issues
concerning planetaria themselves.

   More and more planetarium enthusiasts and professionals are making use
of the great capabilities of the internet - the recently formed
"Planetarian Electronic Newsletter" has gained explosive support, and now
reaches many people. sci.astro.planetarium will be an essential step in
connecting these people and institutions, and help astronomy education
greatly.

Summary
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in planetaria together.  Professionals can exchange ideas,
news, events, techniques, and get feedback from people interested in
astronomy.  Everyone interested in astronomy can also get up-to-date
information about local shows, astronomical events, organized astronomical
gatherings, and more.  To keep up with the wealth of new astronomical
information, and the process of presenting it to the public,
sci.astro.planetarium is essential.

    Readers should feel free to re-post this article to other newsgroups
whose readers might find it of interest, as long as the Followup-To:
line remains directed to news.groups.  Thank you! 



_____________________________________________________________________________
Davin C. Flateau                    | PLANETARIA (r)       | Interactive ~ *|
Internet: [email protected]  | Post Office Box 25   | Galactic   *   |
Fidonet: 1:129/120                  | Pittsburgh, PA 15145 | Education ~ *  |

From [email protected] Thu Jul 15 23:05:20 1993
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From: Davin C Flateau <[email protected]>
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Subject: 2nd RFD: sci.astro.planetarium
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R E Q U E S T  F O R  D I S C U S S I O N
-----------------------------------------

   This is the second Request for Discussion for the creation of a
newsgroup under the sci.astro hierarchy.  The discussion will specifically
deal with the creation of a newsgroup devoted to planetariums, and
astronomy education.

Proposed Group
--------------
sci.astro.planetarium

Status
------
Unmoderated.

Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, et[Bc). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the[B general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.

CFV
---

   The call for votes will be in about two weeks (late July, 1993).

Rationale
---------

   For the last 70 years, planetaria have been the world's source for
astronomical education, and public astronomy information.  Many
educational institutions such as high schools and universities have
planetaria on campus for just this purpose.  With most universities
connected to the internet, and many more science centers and
museums connecting every day, sci.astro.planetarium will provide a central
place for discussion of astronomy education and the special issues
concerning planetaria themselves.

   More and more planetarium enthusiasts and professionals are making use
of the great capabilities of the internet - the recently formed
"Planetarian Electronic Newsletter" has gained explosive support, and now
reaches many people. sci.astro.planetarium will be an essential step in
connecting these people and institutions, and help astronomy education
greatly.

Summary
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in planetaria together.  Professionals can exchange ideas,
news, events, techniques, and get feedback from people interested in
astronomy.  Everyone interested in astronomy can also get up-to-date
information about local shows, astronomical events, organized astronomical
gatherings, and more.  To keep up with the wealth of new astronomical
information, and the process of presenting it to the public,
sci.astro.planetarium is essential.

    Readers should feel free to re-post this article to other newsgroups
whose readers might find it of interest, as long as the Followup-To:
line remains directed to news.groups.  Thank you! 
-- 
_____________________________________________________________________________
Davin C. Flateau                    | PLANETARIA (r)       | Interactive ~ *|
Internet: [email protected]  | Post Office Box 25   | Galactic   *   |
Fidonet: 1:129/120                  | Pittsburgh, PA 15145 | Education ~ *  |

From [email protected] Sun Aug  1 20:38:23 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: CFV: sci.astro.planetarium
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		      CALL FOR VOTES (1st of 3)

Creation of the unmoderated group sci.astro.planetarium

Newsgroups line: 
sci.astro.planetarium			Discussion of planetariums.

Votes must be recieved by: Thursday, Aug 26, 1993 11:59:59 GMT

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

This CFV will also be posted to the "Planetarian Electronic
Newsletter" mailing list by Davin Flateau.



STANDARD VOTING INFO

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

      I vote YES on sci.astro.planetarium
or
      I vote NO on sci.astro.planetarium

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

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


Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  Technical discussions relating to the production of planetarium
    presentations (Digistar programming, A/V equipment maintenance, automation
    system discussions, etc.).

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, etc.). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.


Rationale
---------

   For the last 70 years, planetaria have been the world's source for
astronomical education, and public astronomy information.  Many
educational institutions such as high schools and universities have
planetaria on campus for just this purpose.  With most universities
connected to the internet, and many more science centers and museums
connecting every day, sci.astro.planetarium will provide a central
place for discussion of astronomy education and the special issues
concerning planetaria themselves.

   More and more planetarium enthusiasts and professionals are making
use of the great capabilities of the internet - the recently formed
"Planetarian Electronic Newsletter" has gained explosive support, and
now reaches many people. sci.astro.planetarium will be an essential
step in connecting these people and institutions, and help astronomy
education greatly.

Summary
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in planetaria together.  Professionals can exchange
technical information, production ideas, news, events, techniques, and
get feedback from people interested in astronomy.  Everyone interested
in astronomy can also get up-to-date information about local public
shows, astronomical events, organized astronomical gatherings, and
more.  The huge success of the Planetarian Electronic Newsletter has
shown these topics to be of great interest to many people (in fact,
the Newsletter has so many subscribers and is so large in content, it
is moving to regional distribution).  To accomplish all of these goals
with thousands of planetaria professionals all over the globe, the
creation of sci.astro.planetarium is essential.
-- 
The Knights Who Say ACK

From [email protected] Fri Aug  6 09:46:05 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.astro,sci.space,sci.space.shuttle,sci.physics
Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.astro.planetarium
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		      CALL FOR VOTES (2nd of 3)

Creation of the unmoderated group sci.astro.planetarium

Newsgroups line: 
sci.astro.planetarium			Discussion of planetariums.

Votes must be recieved by: Thursday, Aug 26, 1993 11:59:59 GMT

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

This CFV will also be posted to the "Planetarian Electronic
Newsletter" mailing list by Davin Flateau.



STANDARD VOTING INFO

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

      I vote YES on sci.astro.planetarium
or
      I vote NO on sci.astro.planetarium

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

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


Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  Technical discussions relating to the production of planetarium
    presentations (Digistar programming, A/V equipment maintenance, automation
    system discussions, etc.).

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, etc.). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.


Rationale
---------

   For the last 70 years, planetaria have been the world's source for
astronomical education, and public astronomy information.  Many
educational institutions such as high schools and universities have
planetaria on campus for just this purpose.  With most universities
connected to the internet, and many more science centers and museums
connecting every day, sci.astro.planetarium will provide a central
place for discussion of astronomy education and the special issues
concerning planetaria themselves.

   More and more planetarium enthusiasts and professionals are making
use of the great capabilities of the internet - the recently formed
"Planetarian Electronic Newsletter" has gained explosive support, and
now reaches many people. sci.astro.planetarium will be an essential
step in connecting these people and institutions, and help astronomy
education greatly.

Summary
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in planetaria together.  Professionals can exchange
technical information, production ideas, news, events, techniques, and
get feedback from people interested in astronomy.  Everyone interested
in astronomy can also get up-to-date information about local public
shows, astronomical events, organized astronomical gatherings, and
more.  The huge success of the Planetarian Electronic Newsletter has
shown these topics to be of great interest to many people (in fact,
the Newsletter has so many subscribers and is so large in content, it
is moving to regional distribution).  To accomplish all of these goals
with thousands of planetaria professionals all over the globe, the
creation of sci.astro.planetarium is essential.


Bounce List - as of 08/4/93 you should have recieved a mail ACK on
your vote.  These are the mail acks for counted votes which have
bounced for one reason or another.

 [email protected]
 [email protected]
 [email protected]
 [email protected]
 [email protected]
-- 
Just when we got good at this, we run out of planets.
  -- Anonymous Voyager scientist

From [email protected] Fri Aug 13 20:13:30 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.astro,sci.space,sci.space.shuttle,sci.physics
Subject: 3rd CFV: sci.astro.planetarium
Followup-To: poster
Date: 13 Aug 1993 19:16:46 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
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		      CALL FOR VOTES (3rd of 3)

Creation of the unmoderated group sci.astro.planetarium

Newsgroups line: 
sci.astro.planetarium			Discussion of planetariums.

Votes must be recieved by: Thursday, Aug 26, 1993 11:59:59 GMT

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

This CFV will also be posted to the "Planetarian Electronic
Newsletter" mailing list by Davin Flateau.



STANDARD VOTING INFO

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

      I vote YES on sci.astro.planetarium
or
      I vote NO on sci.astro.planetarium

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

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


Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  Technical discussions relating to the production of planetarium
    presentations (Digistar programming, A/V equipment maintenance, automation
    system discussions, etc.).

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, etc.). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.


Rationale
---------

   For the last 70 years, planetaria have been the world's source for
astronomical education, and public astronomy information.  Many
educational institutions such as high schools and universities have
planetaria on campus for just this purpose.  With most universities
connected to the internet, and many more science centers and museums
connecting every day, sci.astro.planetarium will provide a central
place for discussion of astronomy education and the special issues
concerning planetaria themselves.

   More and more planetarium enthusiasts and professionals are making
use of the great capabilities of the internet - the recently formed
"Planetarian Electronic Newsletter" has gained explosive support, and
now reaches many people. sci.astro.planetarium will be an essential
step in connecting these people and institutions, and help astronomy
education greatly.

Summary
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in planetaria together.  Professionals can exchange
technical information, production ideas, news, events, techniques, and
get feedback from people interested in astronomy.  Everyone interested
in astronomy can also get up-to-date information about local public
shows, astronomical events, organized astronomical gatherings, and
more.  The huge success of the Planetarian Electronic Newsletter has
shown these topics to be of great interest to many people (in fact,
the Newsletter has so many subscribers and is so large in content, it
is moving to regional distribution).  To accomplish all of these goals
with thousands of planetaria professionals all over the globe, the
creation of sci.astro.planetarium is essential.


Bounce List - as of 08/12/93 you should have recieved a mail ACK on
your vote.  These are the mail acks for votes which have bounced for
one reason or another - they will still be counted.

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

-- 
Keep the pointy end forward and the dirty side down.

From [email protected] Sat Aug 28 23:10:32 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.astro,sci.space,sci.space.shuttle,sci.physics
Subject: RESULT: sci.astro.planetarium passes 196:28
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 28 Aug 1993 18:53:02 -0400
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unmoderated group sci.astro.planetarium vote results - 224 votes
 
 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 196   28 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : sci.astro.planetarium

Newsgroups line: 
sci.astro.planetarium			Discussion of planetariums.

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

Charter
-------

   sci.astro.planetarium will be a newsgroup that provides a common forum
for patrons of planetaria, planetarium professionals, planetarium
audio-visual developers, and anyone interested in astronomy education to
come and exchange their ideas, news, and calendar events.  Major topics
of discussion that this newsgroup will cover include:

 *  Planetarium presentation techniques and show production discussions by
    planetarium professionals.

 *  Technical discussions relating to the production of planetarium
    presentations (Digistar programming, A/V equipment maintenance, automation
    system discussions, etc.).

 *  News and announcements of upcoming planetaria events from
    planetaria all over the world (workshop announcements, star-parties,
    special showings, etc.). 

 *  General public discussion about the institution of planetaria,
    including items of historical interest, and new planetaria being opened.

 *  Upcoming astronomical, space events and alerts concerning planetarium
    professionals, and the general public.

 *  Astronomical education topics and general discussion by both
    planetarium professionals, developers and the general public.

 *  Educate others in topics of astronomy and space exploration.


sci.astro.planetarium vote Final Vote Ack

Yes Votes
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[email protected]                                        David Dudek
[email protected]                                      Katie Berryhill
[email protected]                                        Drew Foster/FL
[email protected]                                       chris steyaert
[email protected]                                          Todd Sommer
[email protected]                                   Patrice  S. Warren 
[email protected]                                          Eric Schreur
[email protected]                                       Richard S. Cox
[email protected]                                           Diane Beam
[email protected]                                      Martin Ratcliffe
[email protected]                                    Frederick Babcock
[email protected]                           Alan Davenport  76276,1702
[email protected]                                Sheri Barton Trbovich
[email protected]                                             BULLDOZER
[email protected]                            Eugenio Sanchez-Pe~a
[email protected]                                                  Ted A. Hunt
[email protected]                                                         
[email protected]                                                    Art Johnson
[email protected]                                                        
[email protected]                                                                 
[email protected]                                        April Whitten
[email protected]                             SSDVAX::BAILEY
[email protected]                                                        
[email protected]                                                  J. Kintscher
[email protected]                                                
[email protected]                                       Bob Christ
[email protected]                                        Boerge Berg-Olsen
[email protected]                                                     Brian...
[email protected]                                     Aliza R. Panitz
[email protected]                                            Pat Corbett
[email protected]                                                   Chuck Davis
[email protected]                                                          
[email protected]                                        Catherine Langridge
[email protected]                                           Charles J. Hemann
[email protected]                                         Mike Jackson
[email protected]                                    Colby Pederson
[email protected]                                        Matthew Collier
[email protected]                                                 Colin Bell
[email protected]                                                Joseph Z. Provo
[email protected]                                 Carter Roberts BGP
[email protected]                                                 Dave Michelson
David_Dix@kcbbs.gen.nz                                               David Dix
davin@telerama.pgh.pa.us                                      Davin C. Flateau
dhill@lpl.arizona.edu                                       Dolores Hill x6951
dls@garage.att.com                                                            
DMCAFEE@Gems.VCU.EDU                                                          
dollens@unr.edu                                                C Blake Dollens
dorn@INDIGO.MESE.COM                                       ALAN DORN HETZEL JR
drdale@nevada.edu                                                             
drl@sol.acs.unt.edu                                              Dianna Laakso
dsnoek@simenv.com                                                 daniel snoek
dt4@engrhub.ucsb.edu                                           David E. Goggin
dubost@ASTRO.UMontreal.CA                                          Karl Dubost
eblatt@cabell.vcu.edu                                       Elizabeth K. Blatt
Edna_DeVore@qmgate.arc.nasa.gov                                    Edna DeVore
edwardsg@enterprise.rdd.lmsc.lockheed.com                         Greg Edwards
emcguire@intellection.com                                           Ed McGuire
emurphy@iapetus.CV.NRAO.EDU                                          Ed Murphy
eugene@nas.nasa.gov                                             Eugene N. Miya
ex@csdfx8a.arlut.utexas.edu                                     Anna Niemtschk
f004@Lehigh.EDU                                                  Bill Safranek
fenton@astro.UMD.EDU                                                          
follick@jemez.eece.unm.edu                                                    
fortwangler@hal.hahnemann.edu                                                 
fraknoi%avax.dnet@univax.fhda.edu                                             
FRIEDMNA@ACFcluster.NYU.EDU                                                   
FSSPR@acad3.alaska.edu                                        Hardcore Alaskan
g.moore@uow.edu.au                                                  Glen Moore
gary@utdallas.edu                                                     Jim Gary
ghasting@vdoe386.vak12ed.edu                                   George Hastings
glennc@cs.sfu.ca                                                 Glenn Chapman
gmarfoe@eng.auburn.edu                                    Gerald George Marfoe
grabowski@golden.gannon.edu                                                   
grupprec@eso.org                                                Gero Rupprecht
gspagna@rmc.edu@copley.rmc.edu                                   George Spagna
gt0670e@prism.gatech.edu                                Brennan Tennesen Price
harmon@csd4.csd.uwm.edu                                          John G Harmon
hartman@cs.utexas.edu                                             John Hartman
HARVEY@INDYVAX.IUPUI.EDU                                          James Harvey
hocking@sunsite.unc.edu                                            Tom Hocking
holger@vmars.vmars.tuwien.ac.at                                  Holger Reusch
holloway@leland.Stanford.EDU                                Marc Alan Holloway
hricko@pilot.njin.net                                              Karl Hricko
hrmeyer@ucssun1.sdsu.edu                                               meyer h
ian@unipalm.co.uk                                                Ian Phillipps
ishka@netlink.nix.com                                            Marishka Emry
jac@ds8.scri.fsu.edu                                                  Jim Carr
jan@bagend.atl.ga.us                                                 Jan Isley
jet@nas.nasa.gov                                              J. Eric Townsend
jkiley@andy.bgsu.edu                                               James Kiley
jmosley@eis.calstate.edu                                        John E. Mosley
johannes.beekhuizen@beard.nest.nl                          Johannes Beekhuizen
john.lindeyer@synapse.org                                        John Lindeyer
Jost.Krieger@rz.ruhr-uni-bochum.de                                Jost Krieger
josterbe@atnf.csiro.au                                        Jurgen Osterberg
JRL8574@VENUS.TAMU.EDU                                                        
jrusk@tenet.edu                                                     James Rusk
JSEXTON@UNCA.EDU                                                              
JSMILL01@ULKYVX.LOUISVILLE.EDU                                    SCOTT MILLER
JSOHL@cc.weber.edu                                                   JOHN SOHL
julie_porter@quickmail.apple.com                                  Julie Porter
junck@okra.fnal.gov                                                Kevin Junck
kbecker@nde.unl.edu                                           katherine becker
kbryant@ocf.Berkeley.EDU                                                   klb
keithj@unr.edu                                                                
kenapple@u.washington.edu                                    Kenneth Applegate
kenk@uoguelph.ca                                                   ken A kokko
klaes@verga.enet.dec.com                  IDC, PKO3-1/27D, Pole 27-C, 223-3283
krbnsn@lehman.com                                                 Ken Robinson
kremers@unr.edu                                                   Adam Kremers
kwilson@cabell.vcu.edu                                       Kenneth D. Wilson
lambertz@adcs02.fnal.gov                                        Paula Lambertz
laura@hobbes.acs.umbc.edu                             Laura L. Brown (SYSTEMS)
lbr@txfs1.hfb.se                                                   Lars Broman
leigh@netlink.nix.com                                                Lee Pratt
lgonzale@halcon.dpi.udec.cl                               Leopoldo Gonzalez R.
lhsastro@garnet.berkeley.edu                                                  
manaster@yu1.yu.edu                                             Chaim Manaster
markpet@scicom.alphacdc.com                                      Mark Petersen
mckee@telerama.pgh.pa.us                                           David McKee
med@markdear.win.net                                      Mark Engle Deardorff
MEEUR%UCCMVSA.bitnet@uccvma.ucop.edu                                Mary Engle
mhatz@nyx.cs.du.edu                                                  Mike Hatz
MHROVAT@ucs.indiana.edu                         Mary Hrovat (a.k.a. Star Lady)
michael@cygnus.uni-muenster.de                                 Michael Naumann
mike.ditto@f240.n104.z1.fidonet.org                                 mike ditto
mrp@rahul.net                                               Mitchell Patenaude
MS_GRENDELL@kcgl1.eng.ohio-state.edu                                          
muk@interlink.com                                             Donn Mukensnable
mwzecca@ouray.Denver.Colorado.EDU    The Admiral (and I don't mean David Robin
m_frazier@csc32.enet.dec.com                          Mike Frazier, TP Support
ndallen@io.org                                                     Nigel Allen
nix@uruk.genmagic.com                                            Nick Thompson
nmartimb@stars.SFSU.EDU                                    Nathalie Martimbeau
nwr2453@dsachg1.dsac.dla.mil                                   Stephen Bashore
ofa123!rick@ofa.com                                                 Rick Ellis
OTTO@vaxb.acs.unt.edu                                                  M. Otto
PABOLIVEIRA%VORTEX.UFRGS.BR@UICVM.UIC.EDU                                Bage'
peed@ivory.rtsg.mot.com                                            Andrew Peed
PERKINS@MSUPA.PA.MSU.EDU                                      George J Perkins
peterscc@ucsu.Colorado.EDU                                       C.C. Petersen
pfeifer@ares.informatik.uni-ulm.de                              Holger Pfeifer
phoffman@netcom.com                                            Paul E. Hoffman
pmurphy@orangutan.CV.NRAO.EDU                                       Pat Murphy
potts@lds.loral.com                                           [u]Phillip Potts
quest@iowegia.dsm.ia.us                                         Steve J. Quest
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
r.luzenski1@genie.geis.com                                                    
raskin@mekon.ucsc.edu                                                         
rdm2@cc.bellcore.com                                                          
reijo@patty.gud.siemens.co.at                                                 
revu@midway.uchicago.edu                        Sendhil "Mr. Bubbles" Revuluri
rgs@roman.north.de                                                Roman Symank
rhill@silas.lpl.arizona.edu                                           Rik Hill
rhm@gibbs.oit.unc.edu                                      Richard McColman Jr
robh@cyberspace.org                                           Robert Henderson
robs@kauri.vuw.ac.nz                                                 RH Schone
ronnie@cisco.com                                                 Ronnie B. Kon
rpastro@nevada.edu                                                            
rshores@world.std.com                                         Richard H Shores
rufinus@uxuw04.cern.ch                                                        
ryan.bayne@canrem.com                                               Ryan Bayne
sasbsb@unx.sas.com                                                Bryan Butler
scocca@gibbs.oit.unc.edu                                       David A. Scocca
seaman@noao.edu                                                     Rob Seaman
shaggie@netcom.com                                                     shaggie
sheppard@tacout.army.mil                                         John Sheppard
sjsmith@cs.UMD.EDU                                        Stephen Joseph Smith
skelton@spot.Colorado.EDU                                     planetarium dude
sparr@cthp1.jsc.nasa.gov                                           R. H. Sparr
speara@spot.Colorado.EDU                                                Amanda
SPURRA8478@iscsvax.uni.edu                                                    
starman@gibbs.oit.unc.edu                                    Thomas W. Hocking
staros@panix.com                                                   Steve Taros
STARWALK@delphi.com                                                           
stcoope@eis.calstate.edu                                 Stephen A.  Cooperman
stu@valinor.mythical.com                                          Stu Labovitz
TAAUSTIN@vaxb.acs.unt.edu                                                     
thogard@wrdis01.robins.af.mil                                  Cont Tim Hogard
thomasw@cs.uwp.edu                                              William Thomas
tim@xerxes.hanse.de                                                Tim Themann
tlynch@cco.caltech.edu                                        Timothy W. Lynch
Tom.Gray@software.mitel.com                                           Tom Gray
umgelter@azu.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de                       umgelter_p_0693
wa2ise@netcom.com                                                 Robert Casey
wayne@csri.toronto.edu                                             Wayne Hayes
wendi@constellation.ecn.uoknor.edu                               Wendi Elliott
whughes@lonestar.utsa.edu                                    William W. Hughes
WICHE@vkpmzq.kph.Uni-Mainz.DE                                                 
wilhelm@infoserv.com                                        John MacWilliamson
wilhelms@dlrtcs.da.op.dlr.de                                  Hartmut Wilhelms
williamsca@hirama.hiram.edu                                    Curtis Williams
WMCCULL@uoft02.utoledo.edu                                  WAYLENA M. MCCULLY
wolfman@p-cove.UUCP                                                Aaron Smith
yamada@ysc.go.jp                                                Yoshiro Yamada
yaron@astro.as.utexas.edu                                        Yaron Sheffer

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aa1@st-andrews.ac.uk                                            Alasdair Allan
achterbe@leprss.gsfc.nasa.gov                                  Rich Achterberg
balr!vpnet!vpnet!vagrant@clout.chi.il.us                                      
bobw@PROCASE.COM                                                  Bob Weissman
bongo!skyld.tele.com!jangus@netcom.com                        Jeffrey D. Angus
carons@dso009.sch.ge.com       Sean J. Caron  -  Generator Engineering Systems
cheah@cs.columbia.edu                                            Po Shan Cheah
cward@Think.COM                                               Christopher Ward
gwydion@gnu.ai.mit.edu                                                        
hamby@cs.utk.edu                                                              
jnpeters@cip.informatik.uni-erlangen.de                    Jan Peters (CIP 92)
kps_miller@wmich.edu                                                          
LRUDOLPH@vax.clarku.edu                                                       
mike@upolu.gsfc.nasa.gov                                            Mike Jones
mjn%pseudo.UUCP                                                 Murray Nesbitt
naren@tekig1.pen.tek.com                                            Naren Bala
optimg!rgreen@uunet.UU.NET                                         Randy Green
pfritsch@skid.ps.uci.edu                                        Paul Fritschle
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu                                 Richard H. Miller
Robert_N_Brauer@cup.portal.com                                                
rw@astro.Princeton.EDU                                     Ralph A.M.J. Wijers
schinder@leprss.gsfc.nasa.gov                                 Paul J. Schinder
sdrl2@gec-mrc.co.uk                                          SDRL student id 2
shane@spr.com                                                    Shane Hartman
smarry@io.org                                               Smarasderagd Draco
tvaughan@buphyk.bu.edu                                      Timothy E. Vaughan
wats@scicom.alphacdc.com                                          Bruce Watson
zsolt@hercules.elte.hu                                            Zsolt Bagoly

 
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