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From [email protected] Fri Jul  9 08:15:59 1993
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From: Robert Cinq-Mars <[email protected]>
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Subject: RFD: sci.energy.hydrogen
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Date: 8 Jul 1993 20:00:12 -0400
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                             REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
                             FORMATION OF NEW GROUP
                              SCI.ENERGY.HYDROGEN

This request for discussion (RFD) will appear 3 times over a thirty day
period commencing July 8, 1993 and ending August 7, 1993.  The discussion
is to take place on news.group.  This is the first of three announcements.

A listserver list has been created at the University of Rhode Island
entitled: HYDROGEN on [email protected]  For the convenience of
USENET users and to make this conference available to as many users
as possible, we wish to create SCI.ENERGY.HYDROGEN.  A bi-directional
gateway will exchange information between the mail list and the newsgroup.

The purpose of this newgroup is to promote a better understanding of the
concepts, terminology, materials, processes and issues relating to 
hydrogen as an alternative fuel.  Users will be welcome from universities,
government and industry and are encouraged to post all pertinent news,
events, information, research, references, seminar and conference announce-
ments, product and service announcements, related procurements, and 
general discussion of hydrogen related topics.

All are welcome to join in the discussion concerning the formation of
sci.energy.hydrogen on news.group.  Your input will help define the
scope and charter for this conference. Following the month long discussion
a vote will be held as described in the guidelines for usenet group
creation.  During this time you are welcome to subscribe to the
hydrogen listserver list by sending the simple email message:
SUB HYDROGEN to [email protected]  You will asked to confirm your
subscription and need only reply, OK.

Thank you for your kind consideration of this RFD.
-- 
Robert S. Cinq-Mars
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Rhode Island 

From [email protected] Mon Aug  9 10:57:51 1993
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From: Robert Cinq-Mars <[email protected]>
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Subject: 2nd RFD: sci.energy.hydrogen
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                        SECOND REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION
                            SCI.ENERGY.HYDROGEN

BY ERROR THE SECOND RFD FOR THIS GROUP WAS NOT SENT TO NEWS.ANNOUNCE.
NEWGROUPS, SO HERE IT IS AND THE VOTING DATE HAS BEEN MOVED UP.

This request for discussion (RFD) began on July 8th, 1993 and will
continue through August 15, 1993.  The discussion is taking place 
on news.groups.

A listserver list has been created at the University of Rhode Island
entitled: HYDROGEN on [email protected]  For the convenience of
USENET users and to make this conference available to as many users
as possible, we wish to create SCI.ENERGY.HYDROGEN.  A bi-directional
gateway will exchange information between the mail list and the newsgroup.

The purpose of this newgroup is to promote a better understanding of the
concepts, terminology, materials, processes and issues relating to 
hydrogen as an alternative fuel.  Users will be welcome from universities,
government and industry and are encouraged to post all pertinent news,
events, information, research, references, seminar and conference announce-
ments, product and service announcements, related procurements, and 
general discussion of hydrogen related topics.

All are welcome to join in the discussion concerning the formation of
sci.energy.hydrogen on news.group.  Your input will help define the
scope and charter for this conference. Following the month long discussion
a vote will be held as described in the guidelines for usenet group
creation.  During this time you are welcome to subscribe to the
hydrogen listserver list by sending the message:
SUB HYDROGEN yourfirstname yourlastname, to: [email protected]

Thank you for your kind consideration of this RFD.
-- 
Robert S. Cinq-Mars  ([email protected])
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Rhode Island 

From [email protected] Wed Aug 18 19:08:15 1993
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From: [email protected] (Jan Isley - Votes R Us)
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Subject: CFV: sci.energy.hydrogen
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***  CALL FOR VOTES (1st of 2) ***

Creation of the unmoderated group sci.energy.hydrogen

Newsgroups line: 
sci.energy.hydrogen		All about hydrogen as an alternative fuel

Votes must be received by 8 Sep 1993, 23:59:59 UTC.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For
voting questions only, contact Jan Isley at [email protected]

For questions about the proposed group, contact Robert Cinq-Mars
at [email protected] or [email protected]

This CFV will be sent to the following mailing lists:

     [email protected]  (Hydrogen List)
     [email protected]        (Electric Vehicle List)

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.energy.hydrogen
or
      I vote NO on sci.energy.hydrogen

Please, do not include this entire post, just the one line vote.
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".
Votes will be acknowledged by mail.  Subsequent CFVs will have a list
of bounced acks only.  A mass ack will be posted after the vote ends.

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
-------
    The purpose of sci.energy.hydrogen is to promote a better
understanding of the concepts, terminology, materials, processes
and issues relating to the production, storage, transportation,
and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
    The goal of this newsgroup is to stimulate growth and interest
in the use of hydrogen and to encourage the development of an
environmentally sound energy infrastructure.
    Subscribers are welcome from universities, government,
and industry and are encouraged to post all pertinent news,
information, research, references, product and service announce-
ments, conference and seminar notices, government procurements,
and the general discussion of topics.  It is of particular
importance to the group that a strong and serious effort be made
on the part of each subscriber to post all important, relevant,
public domain information, such as: Masters theses; Ph.D. dis-
ertations; press releases; government R&D announcements,
solicitations, procurements and awards; technical abstracts,
research reports and memoranda.
    A bi-directional gateway will be used to connect this
newsgroup with the Internet hydrogen listserver list.

Summary
-------

Sci.energy.hydrogen is a forum for the exchange of information
and ideas pertaining to the production, storage, transportation,
and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.

There will be bi-directional gateway with [email protected]

This CFV will appear in two separate posts in the following groups:

news.announce.newgroups   news.groups
sci.chem                  sci.energy     sci.engr.chem
sci.environment           sci.physics    sci.physics.fusion        
sci.physics.research      sci.research   sci.space
sci.space.shuttle         sci.systems
-- 
  Jan Isley, the Knight who says ACK, can be reached at
  [email protected]  or  mathcs.emory.edu!bagend!jan

From [email protected] Sat Aug 28 23:10:01 1993
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From: [email protected] (Jan Isley)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.energy.hydrogen
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Summary: last call for votes on sci.energy.hydrogen
Keywords: vote, energy, hydrogen
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***  CALL FOR VOTES (2nd of 2) ***

Creation of the unmoderated group sci.energy.hydrogen

Newsgroups line: 
sci.energy.hydrogen	All about hydrogen as an alternative fuel.

Votes must be received by 8 Sep 1993, 23:59:59 UTC.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For
voting questions only, contact Jan Isley at [email protected]

For questions about the proposed group, contact Robert Cinq-Mars
at [email protected] or [email protected]

This CFV will be sent to the following mailing lists:

     [email protected]  (Hydrogen List)
     [email protected]        (Electric Vehicle List)

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.energy.hydrogen
or
      I vote NO on sci.energy.hydrogen

Please, do not include this entire post, just the one line vote.
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".
Votes will be acknowledged by mail.  Subsequent CFVs will have a list
of bounced acks only.  A mass ack will be posted after the vote ends.

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
-------
    The purpose of sci.energy.hydrogen is to promote a better
understanding of the concepts, terminology, materials, processes
and issues relating to the production, storage, transportation,
and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
    The goal of this newsgroup is to stimulate growth and interest
in the use of hydrogen and to encourage the development of an
environmentally sound energy infrastructure.
    Subscribers are welcome from universities, government,
and industry and are encouraged to post all pertinent news,
information, research, references, product and service announce-
ments, conference and seminar notices, government procurements,
and the general discussion of topics.  It is of particular
importance to the group that a strong and serious effort be made
on the part of each subscriber to post all important, relevant,
public domain information, such as: Masters theses; Ph.D. dis-
ertations; press releases; government R&D announcements,
solicitations, procurements and awards; technical abstracts,
research reports and memoranda.
    A bi-directional gateway will be used to connect this
newsgroup with the Internet hydrogen listserver list.

Summary
-------

Sci.energy.hydrogen is a forum for the exchange of information
and ideas pertaining to the production, storage, transportation,
and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.

There will be bi-directional gateway with [email protected]

This CFV will appears in the following groups:

news.announce.newgroups   news.groups
sci.chem                  sci.energy     sci.engr.chem
sci.environment           sci.physics    sci.physics.fusion        
sci.physics.research      sci.research   sci.space
sci.space.shuttle         sci.systems

An administrative detail prevented the 1st CFV from being posted
to sci.aeronautics.  An abbreviated 2nd CFV will be sent there.

All votes have been acknowledged by mail.

There are no unresolved bounced vote ACKS at this time.

From [email protected] Fri Sep 10 12:46:21 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Jan Isley)
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Subject: RESULT: sci.energy.hydrogen passes 184:30
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sci.energy.hydrogen group vote results - 214 valid votes

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 184   30 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : sci.energy.hydrogen

Newsgroups line: 
sci.energy.hydrogen		All about hydrogen as an alternative fuel

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Jan Isley at [email protected]

For questions about the group, contact Robert Cinq-Mars at
[email protected] or [email protected]

Charter
-------

    The purpose of sci.energy.hydrogen is to promote a better
understanding of the concepts, terminology, materials, processes
and issues relating to the production, storage, transportation,
and use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel.

    The goal of this newsgroup is to stimulate growth and interest
in the use of hydrogen and to encourage the development of an
environmentally sound energy infrastructure.

    Subscribers are welcome from universities, government,
and industry and are encouraged to post all pertinent news,
information, research, references, product and service announce-
ments, conference and seminar notices, government procurements,
and the general discussion of topics.  It is of particular
importance to the group that a strong and serious effort be made
on the part of each subscriber to post all important, relevant,
public domain information, such as: Masters theses; Ph.D. dis-
ertations; press releases; government R&D announcements,
solicitations, procurements and awards; technical abstracts,
research reports and memoranda.

    A bi-directional gateway will be used to connect this
newsgroup with the Internet hydrogen listserver list.


sci.energy.hydrogen group vote Final Vote Ack
---------------------------------------------
21 duplicate votes were deleted.  These duplicates were largely the
result of my requesting names from voters where their mail software
did not supply them.  All addresses are mapped to lower case.

Yes Votes
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[email protected]                                Tom Halvorson
[email protected]                                               Alan Kull
[email protected]                                  Robert E Ford Jr
[email protected]                                        Alan Marr
[email protected]                               Andrew Grell
[email protected]                           Arthur Chance
[email protected]!mdcgwy.mdc.com                              Baily
[email protected]                             Brad Armitage
[email protected]                                        Joseph R Bart
[email protected]                           Ahmed Refaat Bashandy
[email protected]                                  Ben Springs
[email protected]                                       J Bibb
[email protected]                                           B J Herbison
[email protected]                               Bob Luty
[email protected]                                   Robert K Kawaratani
[email protected]                                       Bob MacDowell
[email protected]                           Bob Rutkiewicz
[email protected]                                         Dieter Britz
[email protected]                              Joseph Brothers
[email protected]                                 Jamey Butteris
[email protected]                       Gary Thomas Grothman
[email protected]                        Christopher J Ambler
[email protected]                                        Robert Cerpa
[email protected]                                   Charles Ferguson
[email protected]                        Charles R Sullivan
[email protected]                                  Chris Harper
[email protected]                               Chlendi Mohamed
[email protected]                                  Christopher Jones
[email protected]                                          Charles Pooley
[email protected]                                 Michael K Clark
[email protected]                              Gary S Collins
[email protected]                             Craig Jolley
[email protected]                                     Jim Crowley
[email protected]!radian                         Dale Whiteaker-Lewis
[email protected]                             Daniel Mcqueen
[email protected]                                       Dave Caswell
[email protected]                                    Dave Wagner
[email protected]                                                David
[email protected]                                    Dave Trinkle
[email protected]                                   David Coster
[email protected]                                Daniel F Dickinson
[email protected]                                    David Harrington
[email protected]                                 Ed Dickhoff
[email protected]                                    Paul F Dietz
[email protected]                                   Doug Mcnaught
[email protected]                                          Rene' A Vega
[email protected]                                                  Dave Gordon
[email protected]                                   David T Southwell
emcguire@intellection.com                                   Ed Mcguire
england@ecf.toronto.edu                                  Derek England
esact@selway.umt.edu                                   Tony C Tweedale
esc@ulysses.att.com                                      Evan Crandall
esturo2@mvs.oac.ucla.edu                                Gregory Falter
farrow@spot.colorado.edu                                J Scott Farrow
fawley@ux5.lbl.gov                                      William Fawley
fizjp@halina.univ.gda.pl                              Jacek Paczkowski
franklig@gas.uug.arizona.edu                        Gregory C Franklin
fsspr@acad3.alaska.edu                               Sean Patrick Ryan
gadgilp@jeff-lab.queensu.ca                              Gadgil Prasad
gail@snsc.unr.edu                                           Gail Lucas
gberry@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu                                     Gene Berry
gd_rc@adacel.com.au                                       Rayhann Chee
gert@mit.hacktic.nl                                    Gert van Velzen
gjm@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu                         Gregory J Mushial
goldsted@ecn.purdue.edu                                Dan E Goldstein
goo@cwis.unomaha.edu                                        Kent Radek
gps19@herald.usask.ca                                Gregory P Siemens
gregory@cup.portal.com                                   Gregory Spear
gspear+@cmu.edu                                         Geoffrey Spear
guy@coos.dartmouth.edu                                   Guy Schiavone
hagglund@metrokc.gov!satch                             Robert Hagglund
hagmanti@cps.msu.edu                                  Timothy C Hagman
harlan@cs.wisc.edu                                       Harlan Harris
harvey@indyvax.iupui.edu                                  James Harvey
hassell@rintintin.colorado.edu                     Christopher Hassell
hdgarner@acs.harding.edu                                  Harry Garner
helios@bach.udel.edu                               Roger Frederi Clark
hisle@vax1.umkc.edu                                          Jim Hisle
hlohning@email.tuwien.ac.at                             Hans Lohninger
hollaj@umfolozi.ntech.ac.za                             Justin Holland
howard.smith@spacebbs.com                                 Howard Smith
iri@aberystwyth.ac.uk                                                 
j.d.steel@iasos.utas.edu.au                                 John Steel
jagnow@al.weeg.uiowa.edu                                     Al Jagnow
jebrown@erenj.com                                         Jon Browning
jester@elmer.orl.mmc.com                                    Wes Jester
jesup@cbmvax.cbm.commodore.com                           Randell Jesup
jgk@versant.com                                              Joe Keane
jjeppson@well.sf.ca.us                                    John Jeppson
john@chemical-eng.edinburgh.ac.uk                         John Christy
johnie@world.std.com                                   Johnie L Ingram
johnson@dave.nrl.navy.mil                               J Karl Johnson
joseph_hall@motsat.sat.mot.com                             Joseph Hall
jpacheco@training.hq.nasa.gov                            Julio Pacheco
jwells@sirius.uvic.ca                                       John Wells
karel.hladky@nessie.mcc.ac.uk                             Karel Hladky
kenworthy@bvu-lads.loral.com                            Mark Kenworthy
khm@daimi.aau.dk                                 Kjeld H|yer Mortensen
kiesow@vati.fmi.uni-passau.de                              Sven Kiesow
klkirby@ualr.edu                                            Steve Hall
krallis@theseas.ntua.gr                                 Costas Krallis
ktl@inel.gov                                              Kurt L Davis
kvng@csn.org                                               Kevin Gross
k_gallagher@unhh.unh.edu                            Kathleen Gallagher
lgp@inel.gov                                              L Gail Price
lhsastro@garnet.berkeley.edu                                Alan Gould
lrh@mailgate.nyserda.org                                  Larry Hudson
lspencer@huachuca-emh1.army.mil                            Lee Spencer
lucky@owlnet.rice.edu                             John Patrick Johnson
maozhuxi@netcom.com                                           Jun Hong
mark@askmar.mpk.ca.us                                      Mark Duncan
mark@cherni.cherniak.on.ca                                 Mark Kerbel
markredm@vef.north.net                                    Mark Redmond
markus@octavia.anu.edu.au                              Markus Buchhorn
marq@world.std.com                                        Mark A Lilly
matthewa@physics.su.oz.au                              Matthew Arnison
maxwell@ug.cs.dal.ca                                     Chris Maxwell
mblum1@pbhrzs0.uni-paderborn.de                           Thomas Blume
mcarthur@fit.qut.edu.au                                Robert Mcarthur
mccabep@lonexa.admin.rl.af.mil                          Patrick Mccabe
meadowcr@esvax.dnet.dupont.com                        Bill Meadowcroft
meincke@upei.ca                                          Peter Meincke
mfx@cs.tu-berlin.de                                   Markus Freericks
mike@yc.estec.esa.nl                                      Mike Parsons
mikep@polaris.unm.edu                                       Mike Prine
militzer@stout.atd.ucar.edu                              John Militzer
milton@gastric.arraytech.com                         Milton Scritsmier
misty@spica.epm.ornl.gov                                  Misty Campin
mtrkly@vmsa.technion.ac.il                            Alexander Klyuch
muir@idiom.berkeley.ca.us                          David Muir Sharnoff
mwj@se01.wg2.waii.com!se17                                Mike Johnson
mxmora@unix.sri.com                                Matthew Xavier Mora
n8910916@animal.cc.wwu.edu                               Lee C Haslett
njerome@amoco.com                                      Norman F Jerome
oecjtb@oec4.orbital.dialix.oz.au                      John Bongiovanni
oecmjc@oec4.orbital.dialix.oz.au                          Martin Cebis
payson@cs.wisc.edu                                         John Payson
peterson@csc.ti.com                                       Bob Peterson
phil@starconn.com                                           Phil Marks
phoffman@netcom.com                                     Paul E Hoffman
phsjga@emoryu1.cc.emory.edu                             Jacques G Amar
pierson@mv.mv.com                                          Steve Mello
prechelt@ira.uka.de                                      Lutz Prechelt
pvdbos@vnet3.vub.ac.be                                                
quinn@phoenix.princeton.edu                            Michael J Quinn
rcin0839@uriacc.uri.edu                               Robert Cinq-Mars
rdabney@meediv.lanl.gov                                 Richard Dabney
reed@csuvax1.murdoch.edu.au                                  John Reed
revu@midway.uchicago.edu                              Sendhil Revuluri
rick@ofa.com                                                Rick Ellis
riech@eu1.mpi-hd.mpg.de                              Kirsten Riechmann
rogerh@qm.is.lmsc.lockheed.com                     Roger Hollandsworth
roman_symank@hb.maus.de                                   Roman Symank
root@plasm.mephi.msk.su                                Dmitry Samsonov
rufinus@dxcern.cern.ch                                 Jeffrey Rufinus
rweeks@u.washington.edu                                   Robert Weeks
ryan.bayne@canrem.com                                       Ryan Bayne
schroeder@dune.sanders.lockheed.com                               Mike
scottmi@microsoft.com                                     Scott Miller
signer@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu                                             
smogren@pica.army.mil                                   Stacy A Mogren
sr3u+@cmu.edu                                              Shrisha Rao
sward+@cmu.edu                                       David Reeve Sward
swildner@channelz.gun.de                                Sascha Wildner
system@galcon.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca                          The Doctor
thomas@acds16.physik.rwth-aachen.de                      Thomas Fricke
thong@husc.harvard.edu                                                
timla@microsoft.com                                           Tim Lacy
tjames@gslan.offsys.uoknor.edu                               Tom James
tkito@slate.mines.colorado.edu                             Kito Tomoko
tmwatson@engin.umich.edu                        Timothy Maurice watson
todd.kaufmann@fussen.mt.cs.cmu.edu                       Todd Kaufmann
turner@odie.ee.wits.ac.za                                Martin Turner
ucisrcy@cis.unocal.com                               Christopher Yoder
ud077@freenet.victoria.bc.ca                              Peter Jacobs
udap913@oak.cc.kcl.ac.uk                                  Silver Omega
weimer@ssd.kodak.com                                       Gary Weimer
will@rins.ryukoku.ac.jp                                 William Reiken
willise@egr.uri.edu                                        Eric Willis
winnie@phoenix.princeton.edu                               Jon Edelson
witter@exame1.dseg.ti.com                                  Dave Witter
wjrst1@unixd1.cis.pitt.edu                              William J Rehm
wombat@nfinit.enet.dec.com                        Christopher M Conway
yergeau@phy.ulaval.ca                                 Francois Yergeau

No Votes
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anich@festival.ed.ac.uk                                Sandy Nicholson
bluelobster+@cmu.edu                                      David O Hunt
bobc@stratus.swdc.stratus.com                               Bob Christ
bslawson@phobos.astro.uwo.ca                               Bob Slawson
cazander@pasichva.serigate.philips.nl                       J Cazander
cheah@cs.columbia.edu                                    Po Shan Cheah
clw@cco.caltech.edu                                    Carl L Winstead
crosby@ucsu.colorado.edu                                Matthew Crosby
cvk@uiuc.edu                                             Charley Kline
cward@think.com                                       Christopher Ward
drbphy@uriacc.uri.edu                                   David Bertrand
jgd@dixie.com                                           John de Armond
ju8025@csc.albany.edu                                 Johannes Ullrich
julian@bongo.tele.com                                  Julian Macassey
kevinmac@ll.mit.edu                                   Kevin Mcelearney
ljbohman@mtu.edu                                       Leonard Bohmann
lonadar@judy.indstate.edu                        Victor E Aldridge III
mike@upolu.gsfc.nasa.gov                                    Mike Jones
mjn@pseudo                                              Murray Nesbitt
ornitz@rdcs.kodak.com                                            Barry
owen@nas.nasa.gov                                          Dr R K Owen
rcanders@nyx.cs.du.edu                                     Mr Nice Guy
richi@hpopdlct.pwd.hp.com                             Richard Jennings
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu                          Richard H Miller
rperry@baffin.uu.holonet.net                                 Ron Perry
shane@spr.com                                            Shane Hartman
tomj@jac.enet.dec.com                                   Tom Jaskiewicz
v.narinian@ic.ac.uk                                    Vartan Narinian
volkmuth@phoenix.princeton.edu                    Wayne David Volkmuth
wright@hicomb.hi.com                                      David Wright
-- 
Jan Isley, the Knight who says ACK, can be reached at
jan@bagend.atl.ga.us  or  mathcs.emory.edu!bagend!jan

 
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