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From [email protected] Sat Apr  4 03:16:48 1992
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From: [email protected] (Cary Timar)
Subject: RFD:  sci.lang.classical
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This is a Request For Discussion of a newsgroup for classical studies.

NAME (proposed):
	sci.lang.classical

STATUS (proposed):
	unmoderated

CHARTER (proposed):

For discussion of Classical Studies, especially, but not exclusively, the
study of Classical Greek and Roman culture, languages, history, and art.

COMMENTS:

An increasing number of news subscribers have academic interests in the
humanities.  It is time that some of the more popular of these subjects
had their own groups.  Up till now, discussion of classical studies has
been taking place both in sci.lang (where it doesn't belong) and in
rec.org.sca (where it of primarily peripheral interest).  A preliminary
discussion, in those two groups, suggests that there is some support for
a group dedicated to classical studies.

The only hierarchy for academic topics is sci.*.  This has the side
benefit of obviating future debates to classify subjects as social
sciences or humanities.

Although the newsgroup would not be restricted to discussions of languages
only, the name sci.lang.classical appears more clear than the alternative
option, sci.classics.

Other topics that are peripheral to classical studies - Sanskrit, Aramaic,
Biblical cultures, and so forth - will be welcome (I imagine that there
would not be enough support for a group dedicated to Aramaic).  Experience
suggests that there is no way to prevent occasional postings on subjects
that are completely outside the realm of classical studies, but we would
rather not encourage them.
-- 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Rickert and Cary Timar, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
[email protected]  &  [email protected]

From [email protected] Sun Apr 19 21:33:12 1992
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.lang,rec.org.sca
From: [email protected] (Cary Timar)
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK:  sci.classics
Followup-To: poster
Reply-To: [email protected]
Organization: Vanderbilt U. Math Grad Student
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 1992 17:21:48 GMT

This is the second Call For Votes on a newsgroup for classical
studies.  At the end is a mass acknowlegdement of the votes that
we have registered so far.  If you have voted but are not listed,
please vote again, following the instructions below, carefully.

NAME: sci.classics

STATUS: unmoderated

CHARTER:

For discussion of Classical Studies, especially, but not exclusively, the
study of Classical Greek and Roman culture, languages, history, and art.

VOTING:

All votes must be e-mailed directly to: [email protected]
The voting period will run from March 27 to April 26.

Votes posted to the net, or forwarded by a third party, WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.

Each vote should state explicitly, in the subject line or in the first
line of the message, "I vote YES for sci.classics," or "I vote NO against
sci.classics."

Any comments, such as, "but I would prefer ..." or, "but I would vote
differently if ..." can be included *after* a clear statement of which
way you are voting.

An overworked graduate student will eventually send you a confirmation
of your vote.

A Second CFV and list of votes received will be posted in about two
weeks.

COMMENTS:

An increasing number of news subscribers have academic interests in the
humanities.  It is time that some of the more popular of these subjects
had their own groups.  Up till now, discussion of classical studies has
been taking place both in sci.lang (where it doesn't belong) and in
rec.org.sca (where it of primarily peripheral interest).  A preliminary
discussion, in those two groups, suggests that there is some support for
a group dedicated to classical studies.

Other topics that are peripheral to classical studies - Sanskrit, Aramaic,
Biblical cultures, Medieval and Modern Latin and so forth - will be welcome
(I imagine that there would not be enough support for a group dedicated to
Aramaic).  Experience suggests that there is no way to prevent occasional
postings on subjects that are completely outside the realm of classical
studies, but we would rather not encourage them.

The only hierarchy for academic topics is sci.*.  This has the side
benefit of obviating future debates to classify subjects as social
sciences or humanities.  From the perspective of classicists, it is
worth noting that the Latin scientia referred to all knowledge, not
only the subjects currently called sciences.

The name sci.classics is the most general of the more widely supported
proposals.  The other, sci.lang.classical, places too much emphasis on
the languages, at the expense of history, art, culture, archaeology,
and other aspects.  It also appeared that the name sci.lang.classical
would be opposed by some readers of sci.lang, who viewed it as an
unfair invasion of their namespace.

Some proposed that the group be the first of a new subhierarchy for
humanities, sci.arts.* or sci.humanities.*.  In order to get the CFV
out in a reasonable time, I am letting this issue wait.

If a humanities subhierarchy is formed, if the newsgroup name is found
to attract too many misplaced postings, or if for some other reason a
change of name is found desirable, it will be easier to conduct the
discussions in the group itself, once it is created.
===========================================================================

MASS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
====================
As of April 5, we have registered votes from the following users
(sorted by surname, to the extent that that could be determined.)
If you have voted, but your name is not in this list, please vote
again, following the instructions above, carefully.

	<[email protected]>
	<[email protected]>
Cristy <[email protected]>
The Shaman <[email protected]>
Russell Ackerman <[email protected]>
Allan Adler <[email protected]>
Rich Alderson <[email protected]>
Benjamin Allen <[email protected]>
Dawn Amos <[email protected]>
William S. Annis <[email protected]>
Ian Bacon <[email protected]>
Sam Bassett <[email protected]>
Louis Bertrand <tronix!louis>
James Roger Black <[email protected]>
Rahul Bonner <[email protected]>
Paul H. Borcher <[email protected]>
Mark Brader <[email protected]>
William A. Bralick Jr. <[email protected]>
Roger H. Brown <[email protected]>
Doug Brownell <[email protected]>
Justin Bur <[email protected]>
Hans Buurman <[email protected]>
Mark Joseph Bylander <[email protected]>
Jack Campin <[email protected]>
David Carlton <[email protected]>
Shih-tsun Alex Chou <[email protected]>
Richard Commander <[email protected]>
Michael A. Covington <[email protected]>
Stephanie da Silva <[email protected]>
James Dehnert <zeke%[email protected]>
Rick DeMattia <[email protected]>
John G. Dobnick <[email protected]>
Andrew Draskoy <[email protected]>
Cyberpixie <[email protected]>
Eleanor Evans <[email protected]>
Mark R. Farnsworth <[email protected]>
A. T. Fear <[email protected]>
Kevin Fitzpatrick <[email protected]>
Maurice Forrester <[email protected]>
Chris Galas <[email protected]>
Joy Haftel <[email protected]>
Roger L. Hale <[email protected]>
Uncle Klaus <[email protected]>
Boris Hemkemeier <[email protected]>
Robert S. Hill <[email protected]>
Kenton A. Hoover <[email protected]>
Scott Horne <[email protected]>
Dave Hudson <[email protected]>
Diana Hulsey <[email protected]>
Roland Hutchinson <[email protected]>
Randell Jesup <[email protected]>
Dave Joyce <[email protected]>
Brian Kariger <[email protected]>
Brendan Kehoe <[email protected]>
Dave Kohr <[email protected]>
Edward Kovach <[email protected]>
"Happy, happy, happy; Joy, joy, joy!" <PATRICKL%[email protected]>
Stuart L. Labovitz <[email protected]>
Andy Latto <[email protected]>
Suzanne McCaffrey <[email protected]>
Benjamin J. McCall <[email protected]>
Todd McComb <[email protected]>
Lola McCrary <[email protected]>
Roland F. McKenney <[email protected]>
Paul Maclauchlan <[email protected]>
Lars Henrik Mathiesen <[email protected]>
Steve Mitchell <[email protected]>
Malcolm Mladenovic <[email protected]>
William Moxley <[email protected]>
John A. Murdie <[email protected]>
Dave Murphy <[email protected]>
Nick Stavros Nicholas <[email protected]>
S. Nielsen <[email protected]>
Harald Nordgard-Hansen <[email protected]>
Barbara Nostrand <[email protected]>
Conor O'Neill <[email protected]>
Maryline G. Parca <[email protected]>
Toivo Pedaste <[email protected]>
George J. Perkins <[email protected]>
Chris Phillips <[email protected]>
Bently Preece <[email protected]>
Renegade <[email protected]>
Serious Moonlighter (Marc Raman?) <[email protected]>
Paul Reilly <[email protected]>
Sendhil Revuluri <[email protected]>
John Rickert <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Rohdewald <[email protected]>
Prof. Haiim B. Rose'n <[email protected]>
Prof. Hannah Rose'n <[email protected]>
David E. Sanders <[email protected]>
David Sansone <[email protected]>
Don Sawtelle <[email protected]>
Frank Schauerte <[email protected]>
Michael S. Schiffer <[email protected]>
Antti Simola <[email protected]>
Sally Smith <[email protected]>
Sven Spanne <[email protected]>
Karel Stokkermans <[email protected]>
Jeff Suzuki <[email protected]>
Otto Tennant <[email protected]>
Gary Thomas <[email protected]>
Cary Timar <[email protected]>
Lynda L. True <[email protected]>
David Turrell <[email protected]>
Daniel Veditz <[email protected]>
David Wald <[email protected]>
Jade Walker <[email protected]>
R. Wallace <[email protected]>
Bill Walther <[email protected]>
Christopher Ward <[email protected]>
Steve Willner <willner%[email protected]>
A. Wilson <[email protected]>
Norman Yarvin <[email protected]>
Robert A. Zeh <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Zenker <[email protected]>
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
John Rickert and Cary Timar, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
[email protected]  &  [email protected]
-- 
	-- Cary Timar, Mathematics Department, Vanderbilt University


From [email protected] Sun Apr 19 22:03:47 1992
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From: [email protected] (Cary Timar)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.lang,rec.org.sca
Subject: 3rd CFV and VOTE ACK:  sci.classics
Followup-To: poster
Date: 17 Apr 1992 17:08:20 -0400
Organization: Vanderbilt U. Math Grad Student
Lines: 243
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected]

This is the third Call For Votes on a newsgroup for classical
studies.  At the end is a mass acknowlegdement of the votes that
we have registered so far.  If you have voted but are not listed,
please vote again, following the instructions below, carefully.

NAME: sci.classics

STATUS: unmoderated

CHARTER:

For discussion of Classical Studies, especially, but not exclusively, the
study of Classical Greek and Roman culture, languages, history, and art.

VOTING:

All votes must be e-mailed directly to: [email protected]
The voting period will run from March 27 to April 26.

Votes posted to the net, or forwarded by a third party, WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.

Each vote should state explicitly, in the subject line or in the first
line of the message, "I vote YES for sci.classics," or "I vote NO against
sci.classics."

Any comments, such as, "but I would prefer ..." or, "but I would vote
differently if ..." can be included *after* a clear statement of which
way you are voting.

An overworked graduate student will eventually send you a confirmation
of your vote.

A Second CFV and list of votes received will be posted in about two
weeks.

COMMENTS:

An increasing number of news subscribers have academic interests in the
humanities.  It is time that some of the more popular of these subjects
had their own groups.  Up till now, discussion of classical studies has
been taking place both in sci.lang (where it doesn't belong) and in
rec.org.sca (where it of primarily peripheral interest).  A preliminary
discussion, in those two groups, suggests that there is some support for
a group dedicated to classical studies.

Other topics that are peripheral to classical studies - Sanskrit, Aramaic,
Biblical cultures, Medieval and Modern Latin and so forth - will be welcome
(I imagine that there would not be enough support for a group dedicated to
Aramaic).  Experience suggests that there is no way to prevent occasional
postings on subjects that are completely outside the realm of classical
studies, but we would rather not encourage them.

The only hierarchy for academic topics is sci.*.  This has the side
benefit of obviating future debates to classify subjects as social
sciences or humanities.  From the perspective of classicists, it is
worth noting that the Latin scientia referred to all knowledge, not
only the subjects currently called sciences.

The name sci.classics is the most general of the more widely supported
proposals.  The other, sci.lang.classical, places too much emphasis on
the languages, at the expense of history, art, culture, archaeology,
and other aspects.  It also appeared that the name sci.lang.classical
would be opposed by some readers of sci.lang, who viewed it as an
unfair invasion of their namespace.

Some proposed that the group be the first of a new subhierarchy for
humanities, sci.arts.* or sci.humanities.*.  In order to get the CFV
out in a reasonable time, I am letting this issue wait.

If a humanities subhierarchy is formed, if the newsgroup name is found
to attract too many misplaced postings, or if for some other reason a
change of name is found desirable, it will be easier to conduct the
discussions in the group itself, once it is created.
===========================================================================

MASS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
====================
As of April 16, we have registered votes from the following users
(sorted by surname, to the extent that that could be determined.)

	<[email protected]>
	<[email protected]>
Cristy <[email protected]>
The Shaman <[email protected]>
Russell Ackerman <[email protected]>
Allan Adler <[email protected]>
Tom Albrecht <[email protected]>
Rich Alderson <[email protected]>
Benjamin Allen <[email protected]>
Dawn Amos <[email protected]>
William S. Annis <[email protected]>
Ian Bacon <[email protected]>
Sam Bassett <[email protected]>
Jane Bellemore <[email protected]>
Louis Bertrand <tronix!louis>
James Roger Black <[email protected]>
Rahul Bonner <[email protected]>
Paul H. Borcher <[email protected]>
Mark Brader <[email protected]>
William A. Bralick Jr. <[email protected]>
Roger H. Brown <[email protected]>
Doug Brownell <[email protected]>
Rick Bueker <[email protected]>
Justin Bur <[email protected]>
Hans Buurman <[email protected]>
Mark Joseph Bylander <[email protected]>
Jack Campin <[email protected]>
David Carlton <[email protected]>
John Chew <[email protected]>
Shih-tsun Alex Chou <[email protected]>
Richard Commander <[email protected]>
Michael A. Covington <[email protected]>
Frits Daalmans <[email protected]>
Stephanie da Silva <[email protected]>
James Dehnert <zeke%[email protected]>
Rick DeMattia <[email protected]>
Kim DeVaughn <[email protected]>
John G. Dobnick <[email protected]>
Andrew Draskoy <[email protected]>
Cyberpixie <[email protected]>
Mark Eckenwiler <[email protected]>
Lowell Edmunds <[email protected]>
Eleanor Evans <[email protected]>
Mark R. Farnsworth <[email protected]>
A. T. Fear <[email protected]>
Fearnley Anne <[email protected]>
Kevin Fitzpatrick <[email protected]>
Maurice Forrester <[email protected]>
Chris Galas <[email protected]>
John Greer <[email protected]>
Jacques Guy <[email protected]>
Joy Haftel <[email protected]>
Roger L. Hale <[email protected]>
Michael Hand <[email protected]>
Ronda Hauben <[email protected]>
Uncle Klaus <[email protected]>
Wiljo Heinen <[email protected]>
Boris Hemkemeier <[email protected]>
Robert S. Hill <[email protected]>
Janne Himanka <[email protected]>
Kenton A. Hoover <[email protected]>
Scott Horne <[email protected]>
Dave Hudson <[email protected]>
Diana Hulsey <[email protected]>
Roland Hutchinson <[email protected]>
Randell Jesup <[email protected]>
David A. Johns <[email protected]>
Dave Joyce <[email protected]>
Yeshik Meir Kahana <[email protected]>
Brian Kariger <[email protected]>
Brendan Kehoe <[email protected]>
Richard Kellermann <[email protected]>
Dave Kohr <[email protected]>
Edward Kovach <[email protected]>
"Happy, happy, happy; Joy, joy, joy!" <PATRICKL%[email protected]>
Stuart L. Labovitz <[email protected]>
Andy Latto <[email protected]>
Suzanne McCaffrey <[email protected]>
Benjamin J. McCall <[email protected]>
Todd McComb <[email protected]>
Lola McCrary <[email protected]>
Roland F. McKenney <[email protected]>
Paul Maclauchlan <[email protected]>
Lars Henrik Mathiesen <[email protected]>
Sara Maxwell <[email protected]>
Steve Mitchell <[email protected]>
Malcolm Mladenovic <[email protected]>
Marc Moorcroft <[email protected]>
Tony Mountifield <[email protected]>
William Moxley <[email protected]>
John A. Murdie <[email protected]>
Dave Murphy <[email protected]>
Nick Stavros Nicholas <[email protected]>
S. Nielsen <[email protected]>
Harald Nordgard-Hansen <[email protected]>
Barbara Nostrand <[email protected]>
James O'Donnell <[email protected]>
Douglas Olson <[email protected]>
Conor O'Neill <[email protected]>
Maryline G. Parca <[email protected]>
Dr Roger D. Parks <[email protected]>
Toivo Pedaste <[email protected]>
George J. Perkins <[email protected]>
Christopher Pettus <[email protected]>
Chris Phillips <[email protected]>
Roger Phillips <[email protected]>
Bently Preece <[email protected]>
Renegade <[email protected]>
Serious Moonlighter (Marc Reeve) <[email protected]>
George Matthew Regnery <[email protected]>
Paul Reilly <[email protected]>
Sendhil Revuluri <[email protected]>
John Rickert <[email protected]>
Carl Rigney <[email protected]>
Webb Roberts <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Rohdewald <[email protected]>
Prof. Haiim B. Rose'n <[email protected]>
Prof. Hannah Rose'n <[email protected]>
Chip Rosenthal <[email protected]>
David E. Sanders <[email protected]>
David Sansone <[email protected]>
Don Sawtelle <[email protected]>
David Schairer <[email protected]>
Frank Schauerte <[email protected]>
Michael S. Schiffer <[email protected]>
B. Schlesinger <[email protected]>
Mark Shields <[email protected]>
Antti Simola <[email protected]>
Alden Smith <[email protected]>
Sally Smith <[email protected]>
Sven Spanne <[email protected]>
Karel Stokkermans <[email protected]>
David W. Summers <[email protected]>
Jeff Suzuki <[email protected]>
Christian Taube <[email protected]>
Otto Tennant <[email protected]>
Gary Thomas <[email protected]>
Cary Timar <[email protected]>
Henry (H.W.) Troup <[email protected]>
Lynda L. True <[email protected]>
Cliff Tuel <[email protected]>
David Turrell <[email protected]>
Rob van Gerwen <[email protected]>
Daniel Veditz <[email protected]>
David Wald <[email protected]>
Jade Walker <[email protected]>
R. Wallace <[email protected]>
Bill Walther <[email protected]>
Christopher Ward <[email protected]>
Weber <[email protected]>
Andrew Werling	<[email protected]>
Steve Willner <willner%[email protected]>
A. Wilson <[email protected]>
Norman Yarvin <[email protected]>
Robert A. Zeh <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Zenker <[email protected].org>
Joann Zimmerman <[email protected]>

John Rickert and Cary Timar, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
[email protected]  &  [email protected]
-- 
	-- Cary Timar, Mathematics Department, Vanderbilt University

From [email protected] Tue Apr 28 12:12:49 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Netnews Ballot Box)
Subject: RESULT:  sci.classics passes 159: 34
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1992 15:41:20 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
Lines: 277

The results of the vote on a newsgroup for classical studies were:
159 votes in favour, 34 votes opposed.  There will be a five day waiting
period in which any errors should be brought to our attention.  If, as
seems likely, there are not enough errors to eliminate the 25 vote
safety margin, the new group will be created in a few days.

At the end is a list of the votes that we have registered.  If your vote
is listed incorrectly, if you see a vote that you believe to be invalid,
or if you wish to indicate any irregularities in the voting, please
reply immediately, or the new group creation will go ahead as planned.

NAME: sci.classics

STATUS: unmoderated

CHARTER:

For discussion of Classical Studies, especially, but not exclusively, the
study of Classical Greek and Roman culture, languages, history, and art.

COMMENTS:

An increasing number of news subscribers have academic interests in the
humanities.  It is time that some of the more popular of these subjects
had their own groups.  Up till now, discussion of classical studies has
been taking place both in sci.lang (where it doesn't belong) and in
rec.org.sca (where it of primarily peripheral interest).  A preliminary
discussion, in those two groups, suggests that there is some support for
a group dedicated to classical studies.

Other topics that are peripheral to classical studies - Sanskrit, Aramaic,
Biblical cultures, Medieval and Modern Latin and so forth - will be welcome
(I imagine that there would not be enough support for a group dedicated to
Aramaic).  Experience suggests that there is no way to prevent occasional
postings on subjects that are completely outside the realm of classical
studies, but we would rather not encourage them.

Several respondents commented on the explanation above.  It is not meant
to be in any way restrictive or definitive.  It was intended primarily
to give non-classicists some idea of what Classical Studies includes.

We had other comments on the name.  Some of the voters, on both sides,
felt that a different name would be better.  This can be debated more
easily once the group is formed.

The only hierarchy for academic topics is sci.*.  This has the side
benefit of obviating future debates to classify subjects as social
sciences or humanities.  From the perspective of classicists, it is
worth noting that the Latin scientia referred to all knowledge, not
only the subjects currently called sciences.

The name sci.classics is the most general of the more widely supported
proposals.  The other, sci.lang.classical, places too much emphasis on
the languages, at the expense of history, art, culture, archaeology,
and other aspects.  It also appeared that the name sci.lang.classical
would be opposed by some readers of sci.lang, who viewed it as an
unfair invasion of their namespace.

Some proposed that the group be the first of a new subhierarchy for
humanities, sci.arts.* or sci.humanities.*.  In order to get the CFV
out in a reasonable time, I let this issue wait.

Others felt that the group belonged in the soc.* hierarchy (either
assuming that Classical Studies is a Social Science (!) or that it is
merely an excuse for socializing) or in misc.*.  

If a humanities subhierarchy is formed, if the newsgroup name is found
to attract too many misplaced postings, or if for some other reason a
change of name is found desirable, it will be easier to conduct the
discussions in the group itself, once it is created.
===========================================================================

Votes were received from the following (in alphabetical order by
surname, as far as that could be determined)

YES:
----
?? <[email protected]>
?? <[email protected]>
Russell Ackerman <[email protected]>
Allan Adler <[email protected]>
Rich Alderson <[email protected]>
Andrea Aldridge <[email protected]>
Benjamin Allen <[email protected]>
Dawn Amos <[email protected]>
Norm Andrews <[email protected]>
William S. Annis <[email protected]>
Ian Bacon <[email protected]>
Lt. J.D. Baldwin <[email protected]>
Sam Bassett <[email protected]>
John Bauer <[email protected]>
Jane Bellemore <[email protected]>
Louis Bertrand <tronix!louis>
James Roger Black <[email protected]>
John Blasik <[email protected]>
Rahul Bonner <[email protected]>
Paul H. Borcher <[email protected]>
William A. Bralick Jr. <[email protected]>
Doug Brownell <[email protected]>
Rick Bueker <[email protected]>
Justin Bur <[email protected]>
Hans Buurman <[email protected]>
Mark Joseph Bylander <[email protected]>
Jack Campin <[email protected]>
David Carlton <[email protected]>
John Chew <[email protected]>
Richard Commander <[email protected]>
Michael A. Covington <[email protected]>
John Cowan <[email protected]>
Frits Daalmans <[email protected]>
Stephanie da Silva <[email protected]>
James Dehnert <zeke%[email protected]>
Jonathan Delatizky <[email protected]>
Rick DeMattia <[email protected]>
Ivan A Derzhanski <[email protected]>
John G. Dobnick <[email protected]>
Andrew Draskoy <[email protected]>
Mark Eckenwiler <[email protected]>
Lowell Edmunds <[email protected]>
Eleanor Evans <[email protected]>
Benjamin Fan <[email protected]>
Mark R. Farnsworth <[email protected]>
A. T. Fear <[email protected]>
Fearnley Anne <[email protected]>
Alvaro Fernandes <[email protected]>
Kevin Fitzpatrick <[email protected]>
Maurice Forrester <[email protected]>
Andrew AJ Foxx <[email protected]>
Christina Freeman <[email protected]>
Chris Galas <[email protected]>
Patrick Garvin <[email protected]>
John Greer <[email protected]>
Jacques Guy <[email protected]>
Andrew Hackard <[email protected]>
Joy Haftel <[email protected]>
Roger L. Hale <[email protected]>
Dean Hallford <[email protected]>
Michael Hand <[email protected]>
Ronda Hauben <[email protected]>
"Uncle Klaus" <[email protected]>
Wiljo Heinen <[email protected]>
Boris Hemkemeier <[email protected]>
Robert S. Hill <[email protected]>
Janne Himanka <[email protected]>
Kenton A. Hoover <[email protected]>
Dave Hudson <[email protected]>
Diana Hulsey <[email protected]>
Roland Hutchinson <[email protected]>
Randell Jesup <[email protected]>
David A. Johns <[email protected]>
Frank Kaefer <[email protected]>
Brian Kariger <[email protected]>
Marion Kee <[email protected]>
Brendan Kehoe <[email protected]>
Richard Kellermann <[email protected]>
Dave Kohr <[email protected]>
Edward Kovach <[email protected]>
"Happy, happy, happy; Joy, joy, joy!" <PATRICKL%[email protected]>
Stuart L. Labovitz <[email protected]>
Seth Leichter <[email protected]>
Suzanne McCaffrey <[email protected]>
Benjamin J. McCall <[email protected]>
Todd McComb <[email protected]>
Lola McCrary <[email protected]>
Roland F. McKenney <[email protected]>
Lars Henrik Mathiesen <[email protected]>
Sara Maxwell <[email protected]>
Margaret Mikulska <[email protected]>
Steve Mitchell <[email protected]>
Malcolm Mladenovic <[email protected]>
Tony Mountifield <[email protected]>
Erik Naggum <[email protected]>
Michael Nakamaye <[email protected]>
Nick Stavros Nicholas <[email protected]>
Harald Nordgard-Hansen <[email protected]>
Barbara Nostrand <[email protected]>
Deborah Nunn <[email protected]>
James O'Donnell <[email protected]>
Douglas Olson <[email protected]>
Magnus Olsson <[email protected]>
Paul Palmer <[email protected]>
Maryline G. Parca <[email protected]>
Dr Roger D. Parks <[email protected]>
Toivo Pedaste <[email protected]>
George J. Perkins <[email protected]>
Christopher Pettus <[email protected]>
Roger Phillips <[email protected]>
Bently Preece <[email protected]>
Marc Reeve <[email protected]>
George Matthew Regnery <[email protected]>
Paul Reilly <[email protected]>
Sendhil Revuluri <[email protected]>
John Rickert <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Rohdewald <[email protected]>
Prof. Haiim B. Rose'n <[email protected]>
Prof. Hannah Rose'n <[email protected]>
David E. Sanders <[email protected]>
David Sansone <[email protected]>
Don Sawtelle <[email protected]>
David Schairer <[email protected]>
Frank Schauerte <[email protected]>
Michael S. Schiffer <[email protected]>
B. Schlesinger <[email protected]>
Ulrik Serges <[email protected]>
Mark Shields <[email protected]>
Antti Simola <[email protected]>
Ralph Sims <[email protected]>
Dorai Sitaram <[email protected]>
Alden Smith <[email protected]>
Sally Smith <[email protected]>
Sven Spanne <[email protected]>
Karel Stokkermans <[email protected]>
Jeff Suzuki <[email protected]>
Christian Taube <[email protected]>
Otto Tennant <[email protected]>
Gary Thomas <[email protected]>
Cary Timar <[email protected]>
Henry (H.W.) Troup <[email protected]>
Lynda L. True <[email protected]>
Patricia O Tuama <[email protected]>
David Turrell <[email protected]>
Rob van Gerwen <[email protected]>
Daniel Veditz <[email protected]>
Patrick E Visel <[email protected]>
David Wald <[email protected]>
Jade Walker <[email protected]>
R. Wallace <[email protected]>
Bill Walther <[email protected]>
Skip Watson <[email protected]>
Weber <[email protected]>
Andrew Werling	<[email protected]>
Alan R Williams <[email protected]>
A. Wilson <[email protected]>
Mikhail Zeleny <[email protected]>
Wolfgang Zenker <[email protected]>
Joann Zimmerman <[email protected]>

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Cristy <[email protected]>
"The Shaman" <[email protected]>
Tom Albrecht <[email protected]>
Mark Brader <[email protected]>
Daniel Briggs <[email protected]>
Roger H. Brown <[email protected]>
Shih-tsun Alex Chou <[email protected]>
Kim DeVaughn <[email protected]>
"Cyberpixie" <[email protected]>
Tom Fitzgerald <[email protected]>
Scott Horne <[email protected]>
Dave Joyce <[email protected]>
Yeshik Meir Kahana <[email protected]>
Andy Latto <[email protected]>
Paul Maclauchlan <[email protected]>
Marc Moorcroft <[email protected]>
William Moxley <[email protected]>
John A. Murdie <[email protected]>
Dave Murphy <[email protected]>
S. Nielsen <[email protected]>
Conor O'Neill <[email protected]>
Chris Phillips <[email protected]>
"Renegade" <[email protected]>
Neil W Rickert <[email protected]>
Carl Rigney <[email protected]>
Webb Roberts <[email protected]>
Chip Rosenthal <[email protected]>
David W. Summers <[email protected]>
Cliff Tuel <[email protected]>
Christopher Ward <[email protected]>
Steve Willner <willner%[email protected]>
Norman Yarvin <[email protected]>
Robert A. Zeh <[email protected]>
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