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From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:02:38 1992
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From: [email protected] (David Bombardier)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups
Subject: CALL FOR VOTES:  SCI.PHILOSOPHY.OBJECTIVISM
Date: 7 Feb 90 08:10:26 GMT
Reply-To: [email protected] (David Bombardier)
Organization: Illinois Institute of Technology
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Moderator:

Bob Stubblefield has been trying to post a call for votes on
sci.philosophy.objectivism for the past week.  His machine's
mailhandler has been functioning erratically, and he's not
sure whether or not the call has been received.  He sent the
call both to news.announce.newgroups and to Eliot Lear.  He
asked me to forward the call.  If you have already received
the call, please ignore this message.

Also, per Bob's request, please edit the "newsgroups" line to
include news.groups, sci.philosophy.meta, talk.philosophy.misc,
talk.politics.theory, alt.individualism and alt.atheism in
addition to news.announce.newgroups and sci.philosophy.tech.

Thanks a lot!

-- David Bombardier
   [email protected]

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Subject: Another attempt to CALL FOR SPO VOTES
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Eliot,

The att gateways are causing much trouble.  Please ignore this if
you've already gotten my first attempt to call for votes for
sci.philosophy.tech.  Otherwise, please submit what I have below the cut
line.  For your information, I'm receiving mail this morning some of
which was sent by people a week ago and some (like your CC to me
answering Dave Bombardier's question) written yesterday.  Apparently
they've fixed the att gateway problems to let current stuff through
but still have a big backlog of past mail to work on.

Thanks,
Bob Stubblefield
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Subject: CALL FOR VOTES - sci.philosophy.objectivism
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Date: 2 Feb 90 14:51:46 GMT
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This is the first CALL FOR VOTES for the sci.philosophy.objectivism
newsgroup, which is to be unmoderated.

If you are in favor of this group and charter (as defined below),
send me mail with the single line of text:

YES for sci.philosophy.objectivism as proposed.

If you are opposed to the existence of this group with this charter,
send me mail with the single line of text:

NO for sci.philosophy.objectivism as proposed.

I receive mail addressed to [email protected],
			[email protected],
			or att!houxa!bobs.

Because of the recent troubles with att gateways, the vote will run
for 28 days.  Votes received after 3/2/90 will not be counted.
====================================================================

1.  The Name--SPO

Sci--because of the approach participants should use when
contributing to this newsgroup.  What is scientific about it is
that conclusions should be drawn by reasoning based on observations of
reality.  Neither "Ayn Rand says so" nor "I just feel it's so" should
be used as a premise for a conclusion.

Philosophy--because fundamental principles, at the base of all
other human knowledge, will be the content.  All five branches
of philosophy will be discussed.

Objectivism--because most participants will be people who
have already grasped the fact that Ayn Rand has identified a set of
fundamental principles that integrate to make a philosophy.  Most
contributors should have actually read the relevant works by Ayn Rand
before making any lengthy comments on a topic.  Posters who question
her conclusions are NOT excluded.  Rational, reality-based, logical
opponents asking specific questions are welcome.

2.  Charter

sci.philosophy.objectivism	for those who grasp that philosophy is
	a science and are interested in studying Ayn Rand's philosophy
	of Objectivism.  The primary content is intended to be
	reasoned analysis of philosophic principles (and their
	applications) based on facts of reality.

This current posting (in total) comprises a longer explanation of the
charter.  Note that the word "primarily" allows the contributions
of announcements, publications, classes, club meetings and such as
long as they are interesting to people studying Objectivism.  It also
allows the derivative use by honest, polite, serious folks who are not
studying it but may want to learn more about Objectivism.

3.  Quality

Several things will help SPO achieve the quality its founders desire.

a)  The precise wording of the charter above should be used in Gene
Spafford's list of newsgroups.

b)  This notice will be posted monthly.

c)  Guidelines that rational people should follow to attenuate noise
of irrational posters will be posted periodically.

d)  Style guidelines arrived at within the newsgroup will be
posted periodically.

e)  Guidelines for expressing disagreement will be posted periodically.

f)  The only action needed by system administrators should be to
prevent the only way someone can initiate (indirect) force; i.e.,
they need to remove USENET privileges of those who fraudently
associate their words with the signatures of others.

DISCLAIMER:  the intent of this group is not to represent Objectivism
but to provide a forum for studying it.

RWS  2/2/90
-- 
Bob Stubblefield att!houxa!bobs 201-949-2846 
                 [email protected]



From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:12:22 1992
Flags: 000000000201
From: [email protected] (r.w.stubblefield)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,sci.philosophy.tech,news.groups,talk.philosophy.misc,alt.individualism,talk.politics.theory
Subject: 2nd CALL FOR VOTES - sci.philosophy.objectivism
Date: 18 Feb 90 04:29:33 GMT
Reply-To: Robert W Stubblefield <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Organization: AT&T Bell Laboratories
Keywords: posted

[This is one of two votes occurring simultaneously for a group along
 the same subject line.  The other one is in the talk hierarchy.
 -eliot]

This is the second CALL FOR VOTES for the sci.philosophy.objectivism
newsgroup, which is to be unmoderated.  A MASS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT of
votes received so far will be sent to news.groups.

If you are in favor of this group and charter (as defined below),
send me mail including the line of text:

YES for sci.philosophy.objectivism as proposed.

If you are opposed to the existence of this group with this charter,
send me mail including the line of text:

NO for sci.philosophy.objectivism as proposed.

Please include your complete name in either the header or body of
the message to facilitate vote checking.

I receive mail addressed to [email protected],
			[email protected],
			or att!houxa!bobs.

Because of the recent troubles with att gateways, the vote will run
for 28 days from 2/7.  Votes received after 3/7/90 will not be counted.
====================================================================

1.  The Name--SPO

Sci--because of the approach participants should use when
contributing to this newsgroup.  What is scientific about it is
that conclusions should be drawn by reasoning based on observations of
reality.  Neither "Ayn Rand says so" nor "I just feel it's so" should
be used as a premise for a conclusion.

Philosophy--because fundamental principles, at the base of all
other human knowledge, will be the content.  All five branches
of philosophy will be discussed.

Objectivism--because most participants will be people who
have already grasped the fact that Ayn Rand has identified a set of
fundamental principles that integrate to make a philosophy.  Most
contributors should have actually read the relevant works by Ayn Rand
before making any lengthy comments on a topic.  Posters who question
her conclusions are NOT excluded.  Rational, reality-based, logical
opponents asking specific questions are welcome.

2.  Charter

sci.philosophy.objectivism	for those who grasp that philosophy is
	a science and are interested in studying Ayn Rand's philosophy
	of Objectivism.  The primary content is intended to be
	reasoned analysis of philosophic principles (and their
	applications) based on facts of reality.

This current posting (in total) comprises a longer explanation of the
charter.  Note that the word "primarily" allows the contributions
of announcements, publications, classes, club meetings and such as
long as they are interesting to people studying Objectivism.  It also
allows the derivative use by honest, polite, serious folks who are not
studying it but may want to learn more about Objectivism.

3.  Quality

Several things will help SPO achieve the quality its founders desire.

a)  The precise wording of the charter above should be used in Gene
Spafford's list of newsgroups.

b)  This notice will be posted monthly.

c)  Guidelines that rational people should follow to attenuate noise
of irrational posters will be posted periodically.

d)  Style guidelines arrived at within the newsgroup will be
posted periodically.

e)  Guidelines for expressing disagreement will be posted periodically.

f)  The only action needed by system administrators should be to
prevent the only way someone can initiate (indirect) force; i.e.,
they need to remove USENET privileges of those who fraudently
associate their words with the signatures of others.

DISCLAIMER:  the intent of this group is not to represent Objectivism
but to provide a forum for studying it.

RWS  2/17/90
-- 
Bob Stubblefield att!houxa!bobs 201-949-2846 
                 [email protected]


From [email protected] Tue Feb 18 00:33:17 1992
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From: [email protected] (r.w.stubblefield)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups
Subject: RESULTS:  sci.philosophy.objectivism
Date: 10 Mar 90 02:24:08 GMT
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Almost 400 people took the time to express their opinion about
creating sci.philosophy.objectivism for discussion among people who
have a serious interest the philosophy of Objectivism.  The vote was
opposed to such a group by 174 to 221.  Those in favor are listed
first; those opposed, afterwards.

Since SPO was voted down, I will continue to use sci.philosophy.tech
for my twice weekly philosophical questions and answers--
until I have a better alternative.  Many of the no voters indicated
they would have voted yes for a group in another hierarchy, usually
mentioning talk.  Some objected to labeling philosophy in general
and Objectivism in particular as science.  Others were concerned
about the amount of traffic that might be generated.  I wonder if
some of the no voters would support me in an effort to create SPO
as a moderated group with me as a moderator.  If anyone has
something polite to say to me about this, please drop me some
e-mail.

Bob Stubblefield     [email protected]

=====Voters in favor of sci.philosophy.tech for serious discussion======
Abbott, J. D. [email protected]
Aden, Spenser [email protected]
Aiken, Wayne [email protected]
Albini, Marty [email protected]
Andrews, Norm mtgzy!norm
Ansell, Steve [email protected]
Atkins, Tim redwood!tma
Atwell, Shane [email protected]
Bai, Dov [email protected]
Bailey, Steve ([email protected])
Baur, Steven L. [email protected]
Baxter, L. A. mtgzx!lab
Beusterien, Paul [email protected]
Blenko, Tom [email protected]
Boardman, Andrew [email protected]
Bombardier, David [email protected]
Brumitt, Barry Lowell [email protected]
Buksas, Michael W. [email protected]
[email protected]
Carballal, David J. att!houxa.att.com!carball
Cate, Vincent  [email protected]
Cederlund, Jakob [email protected]
Chen, Ed [email protected]
Cherepov, Mike [email protected]
Cline, Nicholas [email protected]
Close, Carl [email protected]
Cook, Thomas E. [email protected]
Copps, Kevin [email protected]
Corvini, Pat [email protected]
Cunningham, Paula [email protected]
D'Eramo, Daniel V. [email protected]
Danielsson, Per [email protected]
Dave, Mehul [email protected]
DeBues, Ingrid [email protected]
Dempsey, Richard C. [email protected]
Deshpande, J. G. jayant!houxa!att.com
Deshpande, Shekhar [email protected]
Dietz, Dave [email protected]
Dixon, Bill [email protected]
Dominiak, Rich [email protected]
Donaldson, Stephen R. [email protected]
Downes, Tom [email protected]
Drake, Dan [email protected]
Eisenberg, Martin homxa!5132me
Falkowitz, M lzfme!mff
Foster, Brad [email protected]
Francis, Joe [email protected]
Franzen, Torkel [email protected]
Garmong, Robert [email protected]
Gettys, Stephanie [email protected]
Ghattas, Jihad [email protected]
Glynn, Joe att!ihlpl!fjglynn
Gordon, Jon [email protected]
Gramstad, Thomas [email protected]
Guliani, Gautam [email protected]
Guttman, Joshua D. [email protected]
Haight, Kyle [email protected]
Hamilton, Bruce [email protected]
Harris, Joe [email protected]
Haspel, Charles H. [email protected]
Henkel, Chuck [email protected]
Higgins, Andrew [email protected]
Hildebrandt, C. H. nvuxf!chh
Hurlburt, Evan [email protected]
Ilson, Richard uunet!leafusa!io!bronx!ri
[email protected]
[email protected]
Jackson, Michael [email protected]
Janwich, R. R. mtgzy!rrj
Juthani, Nitin H. [email protected]
Kalin, Eric attmail!ekalin
Kaminski, Steve [email protected]
Karp, Bennett erebus!bck
Keves, Brian [email protected]
Killick, R. H. mtgxx!raykl
King, Dick [email protected]
Knapp, Shoshana [email protected]
Kolesar, P. F. mtgzy!pfk
Korzeniewski, Frank [email protected]
Kumar, Praveen [email protected]
Kyriazis, George [email protected]
LORETI <@vms.macc.wisc.edu:[email protected]>
Laing, B. lzfme!bgl
Lanziner, Mark [email protected]
Larson, Ed [email protected]
Laughlin, Erik Albert [email protected]
Leach, Geoffrey sun!apple!tolsoft!geoff
Leach, Paul [email protected]
Liao, M [email protected]!att.com
Lidl, Kurt [email protected]
MMay, Patrick [email protected]
Mantri, Pam [email protected]
Matula, Richard A. mhuxd!matula
McCaskey, John P. jpm@mips.com
McKendree, Alan amck@emx.utexas.edu
Meertens, Lambert lambert@cwi.nl
Mingle, E. L. mtgzz!manny
Nanney, J. nanney%hqeis.decnet@hqafsc-vax.af.mil
Nienhuis, Charlene charn@EBay.Sun.COM
Odegard, Frode frode@m2cs.uu.no
Ormen, Torfinn bfu@ifi.uio.no
Orr, Michael sun!nsc!taux01.nsc.com!orr
PMH0232%mvs.draper.com@RELAY.CS.NET
Peercy, Mark peercy@fizzle.Stanford.EDU
Peterson, David peterson%minerva.prime.com@RELAY.CS.NET
Pilz, Gil gil@banyan.banyan.com
Polhemus, Jeffrey J. houxa!peej
Pratt @vms.macc.wisc.edu:PRATT@WISNUC.DecNet
Presting, Ken kp@uts.amdahl.com
Pye, Deborah homxc!pye
REM%RCN.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU
Ragazzini, Lynne lynne@Stars.Reston.Unisys.COM
Rangnekar, Shrikant uunet!microsoft!shrikant
Renninger, R. mhuxo!rgr
Rhee, Jinny J.Jinny@Macbeth.Stanford.EDU
Robinson, Sherry robishe@harpo.iit.edu
Roeth  @vms.macc.wisc.edu:ROETH@WISCNUC.DecNet
Ross, David S. ross@Kodak.COM
Russotto, Matthew T. russotto@mordor.eng.umd.edu
STEVE@sli.com
Sacks, Alexei Alexei_Sacks@mts.rpi.edu
Sama, Rob sama@tank.uchicago.edu
Schantz, Hans schantz@gn.ecn.purdue.edu
Schein, Dinah B. dschein@Neon.Stanford.EDU
Seiler, Frederick M. fmax@pawl.rpi.edu
Shariff, M. A. mtgzy!mas
Siebes, Arno arno@cwi.nl
Simms, John johns@compsys.mu.edu
Simpson, Mike msimpson@alfred.Teknowledge.COM
Small, Jeffery cjsa!jeff@quick.com
Smith, C. M. cmsmith@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
Smith, Josh JBS92%campus.swarthmore.edu@CORNELLC.cit.cornell.edu
Southern, S. L. sls@houxa.att.com
Stata, Raymie stata@cello.hpl.hp.com
Steele, Jeri steele@m2.csc.ti.com
Stefanovics, P. pstefanovics@lynx.northeastern.edu
Stephens, Catherine stepcat@harpo.iit.edu
Stewart, Jodi dsac!huf4589
Stubblefield, Bob bobs@houxa.att.com
Tarvainen, Tapani tarvaine@jyu.fi
Thomas, Gary garyt@hpdmlfn.boi.hp.com
Thomas, John johntom@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
Toy, Mehmet toym@houxa.att.com
Tracinski, Robert rwt1@tank.uchicago.edu
Trent, Adam atrent@guardian.hf.intel.com
Turpin, Russell turpin@cs.utexas.edu
Van Ness, Alan C. acv405@aplcen.apl.jhu.edu
Vu, K. mtgzy!kv
Weiner, Keith I. Keith_Iluvitar_Weiner@mts.rpi.edu
Welsh, J. A. mtgzy!jaw
Wiehle, Kurt kurt@gene.com
Woodcock, Bruce S. sterling@maxwell.physics.purdue.edu
Wright, Steven wright@apollo.com
Wrycza, John att!ihlpl!johnw
Yoder, B. byoder@CS.UCLA.EDU
Zubkoff, Leonard N. lnz@lucid.com
bihuff@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
cae.wisc.edu!rogerr
coop@cerc.wvu.wvnet.edu
dunham@airhead.mips.com
jpbonsen@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
malliso@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
mbparker@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
miron@cs.sfu.ca
mvjonke@cs.vu.nl
ncr-sd!ncr-fc!jeffc
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rswillia@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
sli@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
swillcox@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
ulflunde@solan.unit.no
vijay@cs.albany.edu
vishy EE270030@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU
wickre%garfield.cs.wisc.edu@cs.wisc.edu

====Voters against SPT for serious discussion of Objectivism=====
Adams, Clifford adams@nmtvax.nmt.edu
Adrian, Frank A franka@uunet.uu.net
Allen, Geoff pmafire!geoff@uunet.UU.NET
Almquist, Kenneth ka@cs.washington.edu
Anderson, Pat panders@alias
Asheim, Dag dash@ifi.uio.no
Ault, Jim ault@pawl.rpi.edu
Austern, Matthew austern@uz1.lbl.gov
BELLD@vax1.tcd.ie
Barnett, David auvbarn@auvsun1.tamu.edu
Bartkus, Patrick patrick.bartkus@Atlantaa.NCR.COM
Bedno, David davidbe@sco.COM
Bera, Krishna E. kebera@alzabo.UUCP
Berry@udel.edu
Betz, Tom cmc12!dasys1!upaya!tbetz@rutgers.edu
Brader, Mark msb@sq.com
Brenner, Joseph doom@portia.stanford.edu
Brown, Dwight brown@walt.cc.utexas.edu
Buck, Joe jbuck@janus.Berkeley.EDU
Budnik, Paul uunet!mtnmath!paul
Bunjiovianna, Charleen sun!ads.com!charleen
Campbell, Michael P mpc@phobos.cis.ksu.edu
Carlton, David carlton%husc9@harvard.harvard.edu
Carpenter, Jeffrey James Bryan jjc@unix.cis.pitt.edu
Carruth, Rusty rusty@cadnetix.com
Carson, Reid pyrdc!eliot!reidc
Carter, Tom tom@csustan.csutan.edu
Chibnik, Mara panix!mara@cmcl2.NYU.EDU
Conrad, Eric econrad%odin.wright.edu@RELAY.CS.NET
Cook, Dale C. cook@pinocchio.encore.com
Crider, Allen claris!wet!capslock
D'Arcy, J. M. Cain darcy@druid
Daiell, Jeff uunet!ficc!jeffd
Dalton, Jeff jeff%aiai.edinburgh.ac.uk@NSFnet-Relay.AC.UK
Davis, Christopher ckd%bucsf.BU.EDU@bu.edu
Davis, Dave daved%academy.westford.ccur.com@RELAY.CS.NET
Davisson, Gordon gordon@milton.u.washington.edu
Dawar, Anuj dawar@linc.cis.upenn.edu
DeVaughn, Kim E. kim@uts.amdahl.com
DeVoto, Jeanne A. E. jdevoto@apple.com
Delaney, John R. delaney@XN.LL.MIT.EDU
Deter, Matthew 6600mld%ucsbuxa@hub.ucsb.edu
Diaz, Jean Marie ambaar@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
Dietz, Paul dietz@cs.rochester.edu
Doehne, Tom amara!tom@sharkey.cc.umich.edu
Dolan, Kent Paul xanthian@ads.com
Dominus, Mark-Jason entropy@pawl.rpi.EDU
Dorsett, Robert rdd@walt.cc.utexas.edu
Dunn, Ray ray@philmtl.phillips.ca
Dupuy, Alexander dupuy@hudson.cs.columbia.edu
Elmore, Brad E. bee@cs.purdue.edu
Erlebacher, Beverly erlebach@turing.toronto.edu
Fenske, Robert Jr fenske@dfsun1.electro.swri.edu
Fitch, Gordon gcf@althea.UUCP
Fitzgerald, Tom fitz@wang.COM
Fraser S. fraser@lake.scar.utoronto.ca
Gall, Norm gall@nexus.yorku.ca
Gilham, Fred gilham@csl.sri.com
Glass, Frank fsg%holos0@gatech.edu
Gold, Mitchell E. sundance@pawl.rpi.edu
Graham, Paul pjg@acsu.buffalo.edu
Grantham, Jon grantham@math.lsa.umich.edu
Gutekunst, Carl S. csg@pyramid.pyramid.com
Hale, Roger roger@XN.LL.MIT.EDU
Hall, Ed edhall@rand.org
Haugh, John F. II jfh@cs.utexas.edu
Hawkins, David dhawk%well@uwm.uucp
Henize, Dewey texbell!sequoia!cedar!dewey
Hennessy, Greg S. gsh7w@astsun.astro.Virginia.EDU
Heston, Gary gary@sci34hub.sci.com
Heuer, Karl karl@IMA.IMA.ISC.COM
Horne, Jim jhh@pupthy.Princeton.EDU
Howard, Nathaniel nrh@buzz.bellcore.com
Hubley, Craig craig@inset.com
Hudson, Paul paul@trzdor1.ico.olivetti.com
Hughes, Christopher J. cj@mvuxr.att.com
Hughes, Eric hughes@ocg.berkeley.edu
Huttel, Hans hans@uk.ac.ed.lfcs
Jacquot, Steve saj@lucifer.psyc.Virginia.EDU
Jarocha-Ernst, Chris cje@elbereth.rutgers.edu
Jewell, Christopher chris@netcom.uucp
Johnson, Rod johnsonr@thor.acc.stolaf.edu
Jones, Dave sun!megatest!soleil.djones
Jones, Llewellyn att!ll1a!cej
Jones, Mike mjones@fenway.aix.kingston.ibm.com
Joslin, D. djoslin@BBN.COM
Kamlet, Arthur S. ask@cblph.att.com
Kaul, Rich kaul@icarus.eng.ohio-state.edu
Kelsey, Toby chpetk@uk.ac.bath.gdr
Kirk, Laura laura@jarthur.Claremont.edu
Koch, C. Harald chk@alias@csri.utoronto.ca
Konstantas, Dimitri dimitri@cuisun.unige.ch
Lancaster, Frank tools!fl@relay.EU.net
Latto, Andy latto@lucid.com
Leadley, Scott leadley@cc.rochester.edu
Leibovitch, Evan evan@telly.on.ca
Levene, Robert A. levene@aplcomm.jhuapl.edu
Levin, Joel B. levin@BBN.COM
Lindahl, Greg gl8f@astsun9.astro.Virgina.EDU
Lindahl, Svante Svante.Lindahl@front.se
Lippe, Ernst lippe@serc.nl
MacMillan, John R. chance.UUCP!john@hcr
Mack, Dave csu@alembic.ACS.COM
Maroney, Tim tim@toad.com
Masco, Todd L. tm2b+@andrew.cmu.edu
Mason, Jim jimmason@walt.cc.utexas.edu
Mathisen, Jaye icsu6000@caesar.cs.montanta.edu
Maynard, Jay jay@splut.conmicro.com
McComb, Todd mccombt@turing.cs.rpi.edu
Mech, Paul J. paul@oucsace.cs.ohiou.edu
Meldal, Sigurd meldal@ithink.STANFORD.EDU
Merrill, John merrill@bucasb.bu.edu
Mesard, Wayne mesard@BBN.COM
Miller, Richard H. rick@pavlov.bcm.tmc.edu
Mladenovic, Malcolm mbm@dsbc.icl.stc.co.uk
Mladenovic, Malcolm mbm@dsbc.icl.stc.co.uk
Morrison, Brad morrison%ficc@uunet.UU.NET
Naggum, Erik erik@naggum.uu.no
Nauta, Rob J. wsirn@lso.win.tue.nl
Newell, Donald uunet!sequent!newell
Nowak, Greg greg@phoenix.Princeton.EDU
O'Neal, Miles meo%stiatl.UUCP@mathcs.emory.edu
Ockerbloom, John John.Ockerbloom@F.GP.CS.CMU.EDU
Oliver, Bill oliver@cs.unc.edu
Olson, Arthur David hih-csl!elsie!ado@uunet.UU.NET
Oplinger, B. S. oplinger@ra.crd.ge.com
Panon, Paul-Andre panon@cc.ubc.ca
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