• Your Trusted Usenet Provider
  • Secure, Private, Unlimited

Newsgroups Main » Newsgroups Directory » Science and Technology » Physics

Plasma (M) ( sci.physics.plasma )
 
From [email protected] Thu Feb 24 17:54:54 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Tim Eastman)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.physics,sci.physics.fusion
Subject: RFD: sci.physics.plasma
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 24 Feb 1994 15:58:23 -0500
Organization: U. of Maryland @ College Park, Astronomy
Lines: 47
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4677 news.groups:96497 sci.physics:74064 sci.physics.fusion:11883

Proposed CHARTER for new internet NEWSGROUP:

	NEWSGROUP for Plasma Science and Technology

   The Plasma Science and Technology research community seeks an 
increased dialogue among its multifarious constituencies.
Plasmas are as rich as any other state of matter in terms of distinct
processes and they encompass distinguishable scales ranging from the
atomic to the galactic. Opportunities in plasma science and technology
reflect this breadth in phenomena and scales; one recent list contains
135 subject areas and 65 applications areas including semiconductor
production, thin-film diamond deposition, toxic waste disposal, plasma
arcs for steel processing, laser self-focusing, fusion for energy
production, gas and arc lamps, cutting and welding, etc. 
   The NEWSGROUP for Plasma Science and Technology is intended
as a community forum for sharing new developments and bringing 
researchers together for potential new collaborations. During 1994, 
the focus of this NewsGroup will be a community-wide dialogue to 
formulate a Plasma Science and Technology Initiative which would 
deliver big-science value with a medium-scale investment. 
Participation in this dialogue will involve primarily researchers 
in plasma science and technology although qualified researchers 
in all related fields are welcome. Steering Committees for the 
Division of Plasma Physics of the American Physical Society (APS) 
and the Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society of IEEE (Institute of 
Electrical and Electronics Engineers) have given formal approval 
for this network dialogue.
   In its initial implementation, Dr. Tim Eastman will be the
PLASMA NEWSGROUP moderator. He is a Research Faculty member of the
Institute for Physical Science and Technology at the University of
Maryland [ph: 301-405-4829, fax: 301-314-9363, 
email: [email protected]].  The APS and IEEE Steering Committees
will renew or replace the moderator on a yearly basis.


NOTE: The NewsGroup name "sci.physics.fusion" already exists
and is appropriate for the subset of Plasma Science and Technology
which focuses on high-temperature plasmas for energy production
(i.e., fusion).  The proposed NEWSGROUP for PLASMAS is intended
to complement the "fusion" group and will primarily orient itself
to issues of Plasma Science and Technology other than fusion.
The NewsGroup name "sci.physics.plasma" would work and could
be used in parallel with "sci.physics.fusion."  However, because
Plasma Science and Technology is more inclusive (including Plasma
Chemistry and various Engineering topics within Plasma Technology),
the NewsGroup name "sci.plasma" might be appropriate with
fusion handled as a subset "sci.plasma.fusion."

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Mon Apr 11 19:36:15 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.physics,sci.physics.fusion,sci.physics.research,sci.physics.electromag
Subject: CFV: sci.physics.plasma moderated
Followup-To: poster
Date: 8 Apr 1994 15:39:29 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 94
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Expires: 30 Apr 1994 00:00:00 GMT
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
References: <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected] (Ron Dippold Voting Alias)
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4914 news.groups:100150 sci.physics:77467 sci.physics.fusion:12532 sci.physics.research:1205 sci.physics.electromag:699

                          FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                     moderated group sci.physics.plasma

Newsgroups line:
sci.physics.plasma	Plasma Science & Technology community exchange.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 29 April 1994.

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


CHARTER (Proponent)

   The NEWSGROUP for Plasma Science and Technology is intended as a
community forum for sharing new developments and bringing researchers
together for potential new collaborations. During 1994, the focus of
this NewsGroup will be a community-wide dialogue to formulate a Plasma
Science and Technology Initiative which would deliver big-science
value with a medium-scale investment.  Participation in this dialogue
will involve primarily researchers in plasma science and technology
although qualified researchers in all related fields are
welcome. Executive committees for the Division of Plasma Physics of
the American Physical Society (APS) and the Nuclear and Plasma
Sciences Society of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers) have given formal approval for this network dialogue.

   The Plasma Science and Technology research community seeks an
increased dialogue among its multifarious constituencies.  Plasmas are
as rich as any other state of matter in terms of distinct processes
and they encompass distinguishable scales ranging from the atomic to
the galactic. Opportunities in plasma science and technology reflect
this breadth in phenomena and scales; one recent list contains 135
subject areas and 65 applications areas including thin-film diamond
deposition, toxic waste disposal, plasma arcs for steel processing,
laser self-focusing, fusion for energy production, gas and arc lamps,
cutting and welding, and semiconductor production.

   In its initial implementation, Dr. Tim Eastman will be the PLASMA
NEWSGROUP moderator. He is a Faculty member of the Institute for
Physical Science and Technology at the University of Maryland [ph:
301-405-4829, fax: 301-314-9363, email: [email protected]].
Dr. Barry Ripin of the Naval Research Laboratory will be an alternate
moderator.  The APS and IEEE Executive Committees will renew or
replace the moderator on a yearly basis.

NOTE: The NewsGroup name "sci.physics.fusion" already exists
and is appropriate for the subset of Plasma Science and Technology
which focuses on plasmas for energy production (i.e., fusion).  
The proposed NEWSGROUP for PLASMA is intended to complement the 
"fusion" group and will primarily orient itself to issues of 
Plasma Science and Technology other than fusion.


Why the NewsGroup for Plasma Science & Technology is needed and should pass:

Representatives and members of the Plasma Science and Technology research 
community have long recognized a need to communicate information and issues
that affect the broader community in addition to the several email groups
that currently exist at the local level or sub-field level (e.g., the Plasma
Etch User's Group in the Bay area).  Formal support for setting up this
NewsGroup has now been given (as of Nov. 1993) by the key Executive 
Committees representing this broad multi-disciplinary field.  In order to
focus the discussion during the NewsGroup's first year, we will encourage
a community-wide dialogue to formulate a major Plasma Science and Technology
Initiative.  The NewsGroup would then complement a Workshop on this topic
at the International Conference in Plasma Science in June, 1994.  Even after
this initiative is formulated and is no longer a focus of discussion, the
NewsGroup will provide a valuable service to the community by encouraging
contacts and research coordination that might otherwise never develop.
Use of the NewsGroup will be encouraged through scientific meetings and
through timely announcements of job opportunities, research opportunities, 
and funding options.



HOW TO VOTE

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

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on sci.physics.plasma
      I vote NO on sci.physics.plasma

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal acknowledge-
ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several days, try again.
It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Tue Apr 19 17:49:26 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.physics,sci.physics.fusion,sci.physics.research,sci.physics.electromag
Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.physics.plasma moderated
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Date: 19 Apr 1994 13:23:26 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 101
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Expires: 30 Apr 1994 00:00:00 GMT
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
References: <[email protected]> <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected] (Ron Dippold Voting Alias)
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4977 news.groups:101196 sci.physics:78651 sci.physics.fusion:12690 sci.physics.research:1224 sci.physics.electromag:768

                          LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                     moderated group sci.physics.plasma

Newsgroups line:
sci.physics.plasma      Plasma Science & Technology community exchange.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 29 April 1994.

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


CHARTER (Proponent)

   The NEWSGROUP for Plasma Science and Technology is intended as a
community forum for sharing new developments and bringing researchers
together for potential new collaborations. During 1994, the focus of
this NewsGroup will be a community-wide dialogue to formulate a Plasma
Science and Technology Initiative which would deliver big-science
value with a medium-scale investment.  Participation in this dialogue
will involve primarily researchers in plasma science and technology
although qualified researchers in all related fields are
welcome. Executive committees for the Division of Plasma Physics of
the American Physical Society (APS) and the Nuclear and Plasma
Sciences Society of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers) have given formal approval for this network dialogue.

   The Plasma Science and Technology research community seeks an
increased dialogue among its multifarious constituencies.  Plasmas are
as rich as any other state of matter in terms of distinct processes
and they encompass distinguishable scales ranging from the atomic to
the galactic. Opportunities in plasma science and technology reflect
this breadth in phenomena and scales; one recent list contains 135
subject areas and 65 applications areas including thin-film diamond
deposition, toxic waste disposal, plasma arcs for steel processing,
laser self-focusing, fusion for energy production, gas and arc lamps,
cutting and welding, and semiconductor production.

   In its initial implementation, Dr. Tim Eastman will be the PLASMA
NEWSGROUP moderator. He is a Faculty member of the Institute for
Physical Science and Technology at the University of Maryland [ph:
301-405-4829, fax: 301-314-9363, email: [email protected]].
Dr. Barry Ripin of the Naval Research Laboratory will be an alternate
moderator.  The APS and IEEE Executive Committees will renew or
replace the moderator on a yearly basis.

NOTE: The NewsGroup name "sci.physics.fusion" already exists
and is appropriate for the subset of Plasma Science and Technology
which focuses on plasmas for energy production (i.e., fusion).  
The proposed NEWSGROUP for PLASMA is intended to complement the 
"fusion" group and will primarily orient itself to issues of 
Plasma Science and Technology other than fusion.


Why the NewsGroup for Plasma Science & Technology is needed and should pass:

Representatives and members of the Plasma Science and Technology research 
community have long recognized a need to communicate information and issues
that affect the broader community in addition to the several email groups
that currently exist at the local level or sub-field level (e.g., the Plasma
Etch User's Group in the Bay area).  Formal support for setting up this
NewsGroup has now been given (as of Nov. 1993) by the key Executive 
Committees representing this broad multi-disciplinary field.  In order to
focus the discussion during the NewsGroup's first year, we will encourage
a community-wide dialogue to formulate a major Plasma Science and Technology
Initiative.  The NewsGroup would then complement a Workshop on this topic
at the International Conference in Plasma Science in June, 1994.  Even after
this initiative is formulated and is no longer a focus of discussion, the
NewsGroup will provide a valuable service to the community by encouraging
contacts and research coordination that might otherwise never develop.
Use of the NewsGroup will be encouraged through scientific meetings and
through timely announcements of job opportunities, research opportunities, 
and funding options.



HOW TO VOTE

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

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on sci.physics.plasma
      I vote NO on sci.physics.plasma

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal acknowledge-
ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several days, try again.
It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.



sci.physics.plasma Bounce List - No need to revote
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
@s.ms.uky.edu                                                                 
[email protected]                                        John W. Cobb

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Wed May  4 17:45:05 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.physics,sci.physics.fusion,sci.physics.research,sci.physics.electromag
Subject: RESULT: sci.physics.plasma moderated passes 143:17
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 2 May 1994 15:36:58 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 262
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
References: <[email protected]> <[email protected]> <[email protected]>
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:5029 news.groups:102609 sci.physics:79891 sci.physics.fusion:12988 sci.physics.research:1242 sci.physics.electromag:847

				RESULT
	   moderated group sci.physics.plasma passes 143:17

There were 143 YES votes and 17 NO votes, for a total of 160 valid votes. 
There was 1 abstain and 1 invalid ballot.

For group passage, YES votes must be at least 2/3 of all valid (YES and NO)
votes.   There also must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes. 

There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted.  If no
serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the moderator of
news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly thereafter.


Newsgroups line:
sci.physics.plasma      Plasma Science & Technology community exchange.


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


CHARTER (Proponent)

   The NEWSGROUP for Plasma Science and Technology is intended as a
community forum for sharing new developments and bringing researchers
together for potential new collaborations. During 1994, the focus of
this NewsGroup will be a community-wide dialogue to formulate a Plasma
Science and Technology Initiative which would deliver big-science
value with a medium-scale investment.  Participation in this dialogue
will involve primarily researchers in plasma science and technology
although qualified researchers in all related fields are
welcome. Executive committees for the Division of Plasma Physics of
the American Physical Society (APS) and the Nuclear and Plasma
Sciences Society of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers) have given formal approval for this network dialogue.

   The Plasma Science and Technology research community seeks an
increased dialogue among its multifarious constituencies.  Plasmas are
as rich as any other state of matter in terms of distinct processes
and they encompass distinguishable scales ranging from the atomic to
the galactic. Opportunities in plasma science and technology reflect
this breadth in phenomena and scales; one recent list contains 135
subject areas and 65 applications areas including thin-film diamond
deposition, toxic waste disposal, plasma arcs for steel processing,
laser self-focusing, fusion for energy production, gas and arc lamps,
cutting and welding, and semiconductor production.

   In its initial implementation, Dr. Tim Eastman will be the PLASMA
NEWSGROUP moderator. He is a Faculty member of the Institute for
Physical Science and Technology at the University of Maryland [ph:
301-405-4829, fax: 301-314-9363, email: [email protected]].
Dr. Barry Ripin of the Naval Research Laboratory will be an alternate
moderator.  The APS and IEEE Executive Committees will renew or
replace the moderator on a yearly basis.

NOTE: The NewsGroup name "sci.physics.fusion" already exists
and is appropriate for the subset of Plasma Science and Technology
which focuses on plasmas for energy production (i.e., fusion).  
The proposed NEWSGROUP for PLASMA is intended to complement the 
"fusion" group and will primarily orient itself to issues of 
Plasma Science and Technology other than fusion.


Why the NewsGroup for Plasma Science & Technology is needed and should pass:

Representatives and members of the Plasma Science and Technology research 
community have long recognized a need to communicate information and issues
that affect the broader community in addition to the several email groups
that currently exist at the local level or sub-field level (e.g., the Plasma
Etch User's Group in the Bay area).  Formal support for setting up this
NewsGroup has now been given (as of Nov. 1993) by the key Executive 
Committees representing this broad multi-disciplinary field.  In order to
focus the discussion during the NewsGroup's first year, we will encourage
a community-wide dialogue to formulate a major Plasma Science and Technology
Initiative.  The NewsGroup would then complement a Workshop on this topic
at the International Conference in Plasma Science in June, 1994.  Even after
this initiative is formulated and is no longer a focus of discussion, the
NewsGroup will provide a valuable service to the community by encouraging
contacts and research coordination that might otherwise never develop.
Use of the NewsGroup will be encouraged through scientific meetings and
through timely announcements of job opportunities, research opportunities, 
and funding options.

sci.physics.plasma Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[email protected]                                                          
@s.ms.uky.edu                                                                 
[email protected]                                            Alasdair Allan
[email protected]                                                      ABDUL
[email protected]                                                       Alan Kull
[email protected]                                Andres C. Gaeris
[email protected]                      JESUS EUGENIO SANCHEZ PENA
[email protected]                                            Alan Mankofsky
[email protected]                                Anders M Jorgensen
[email protected]                                                 Andy Latto
[email protected]                                     Anita J. Barnes
[email protected]                                           Andrey Sebrant
[email protected]                                         duncan baker
[email protected]                                      Rina B. Baksht
[email protected]                                         Stanko Barle
[email protected]                                    Alexander V. Batrakov
[email protected]                                         Bruce d. Scott
[email protected]                                     Mike Bettenhausen
[email protected]                                       Shag Aristotelis
[email protected]                                       C.K. Birdsall
[email protected]                                                  B.J. Herbison
[email protected]                                           arthur blair
[email protected]                                 Douglas P. Shannon
[email protected]                                              Bernard S Black
[email protected]                                                   Burt N Holzman
[email protected]                                              Blake P. Wood
[email protected]                                                         
[email protected]                                                          Smoke
[email protected]                                christopher reed
[email protected]                                                    
[email protected]                                                         
[email protected]                                         Danny
[email protected]                                                              
[email protected]                              David Bell (505) 846-4479
[email protected]                                         David Wiebe
[email protected]                                           David Coster
[email protected]                                                David K. Abe
[email protected]                          Douglas J. Parsons
[email protected]                                     Rebecca Drayer
[email protected]                           Dieter Heermann
[email protected]                                                    
[email protected]                                                          
[email protected]                                              Dimitris Xenakis
[email protected]                                      Mr." "J.C.Cooke
[email protected]                                      Eric Blackman
[email protected]                                                       
[email protected]                                             Espen Kristensen
[email protected]                          Alex Esser
[email protected]                          Francisco Baptista
[email protected]                                                             
[email protected]                        DALE FORCE 433-3520
[email protected]                                           Donald M. Frederick
[email protected]                                  Sean P. Ryan
[email protected]                                                  Omar Galloso
[email protected]                                       EuGene epetai-Tramaglino
[email protected]                                                John P Giese
[email protected]                                           Girish P. Saraph
[email protected]                                 Glen Dahlbacka
golant@gpi.free.net                                       Konstantin M. Golant
gold1@ppdds1.nrl.navy.mil                                       Steven H. Gold
groover@netcom.com                                              Robert Groover
gwb@n3gb.umd.edu                                                  George Baltz
hammett@theory.pppl.gov                                           Greg Hammett
heavner@dac0.gi.alaska.EDU                                        Matt Heavner
HHS100G@oduvm.cc.odu.edu                                   Hazem Sharaf El-Din
hopkinsm@vax1.dcu.ie                                                          
icarus@MIT.EDU                                                                
igor@lhfe.hcei.tomsk.su                                    Igor A. Chernyavsky
jbaker@halcyon.com                                                 James Baker
jfkiel01@nimbus.physics.louisville.edu                                        
jfortt@dorsai.dorsai.org                                          Joseph Fortt
jmd@lion.bear.com                                      Josh Glazenburg-Diamond
john.r.manuel@Dartmouth.EDU                                        John Manuel
johncobb@emx.cc.utexas.edu                                        John W. Cobb
jost@washpost.wdc.sri.com                                        Randy J. Jost
juergen@traal.hanse.sub.org                                     Juergen Schulz
jwinter@earwax.pd.uwa.edu.au                                  John Winterflood
kim@oit.hcei.tomsk.su                                         Alexander A. Kim
knapp@rintintin.Colorado.EDU                                       David Knapp
L15D@ZFN.UNI-BREMEN.DE                                        Martin Schroeder
lachlan@dmp.csiro.au                                         Lachlan Cranswick
lamaster@george.arc.nasa.gov                              Hugh LaMaster -- RCS
llobet@elpp1.epfl.ch                                             Xavier Llobet
lmccarth@freya.cs.umass.edu                                                   
mark@Lola.Phy.Queensu.CA                                          Mark Higgins
MARTIN@toka.ireq-ccfm.hydro.qc.ca                                             
matthew@earwax.pd.uwa.edu.au                                     Matthew Young
MC3747@mclink.it                                                  Marco Frasca
mckenna@physics.ubc.ca                                            Ross McKenna
meyer@shrike.und.ac.za                                             Kevin Meyer
mgschall@vela.acs.oakland.edu                                Michael G. Schall
mjw@physics.su.OZ.AU                                           Michael Wouters
mmt@eve.physics.dcu.ie                                            Miles Turner
mondellia@mclapo.saic.com                                                     
morrison@vxprix.cern.ch                                                       
mrwarden@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                           Melissa Rhoads Warden
ndallen@io.org                                                     Nigel Allen
neri@hobbes.nrl.navy.mil                                            jesse neri
nmm1@cus.cam.ac.uk                                               Nick Maclaren
Paul.Bayton@durham.ac.uk                                                      
pbsnyder@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                          Philip Benjamin Snyder
pck8t@kelvin.seas.virginia.edu                              Paul C. Kirkitelos
pdavis@calvin.linfield.edu                                       Paul R. Davis
phirj@cc.flinders.edu.au                                                      
pricedw@plk.af.mil                                              David W. Price
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
reber@eu7.mpi-hd.mpg.de                                                   none
rfheeter@theory.pppl.gov                                      Robert F. Heeter
rod@daedalus.UCSD.EDU                                              Rod Greaves
roger@muenster.westfalen.de                                   Roger Schwentker
rsi@ingorant.scubed.com                                    Randall Ingermanson
ruben@cco.caltech.edu                                       Ruben Krasnopolsky
ruden@plk.af.mil                                                  Edward Ruden
rufinus@cae.wisc.edu                                                          
ryne@luke.atdiv.lanl.gov                                           Robert Ryne
SAAST8@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                             THE PRINCE
SANKAR@CUPLVX.AP.COLUMBIA.EDU                              M. K. Vijaya Sankar
schmitt@this.nrl.navy.mil                                         Andy Schmitt
sigma@rz.tu-cottbus.de                                   Hubert-Joachim Frenck
sina@pair.gsfc.nasa.gov                                             Ramin Sina
sparre@meyer.fys.ku.dk                                            Jacob Sparre
spl@owlnet.rice.edu                                       Stephen Paul LeBlanc
squest@moonwatcher.avrtech.com                                  Steve J. Quest
SROUJIJP@udavxb.oca.udayton.edu                                               
sshankar@td2cad.intel.com                                    Sadasivan Shankar
STEK@CMOD2.PFC.MIT.EDU                                                    PAUL
steve@owlnet.rice.edu                                     Steven Minor McClure
stongel@ERE.UMontreal.CA                                         St-Onge Louis
sussmanm@bettis.gov                                                 MM SUSSMAN
swildner@channelz.gun.de                                        Sascha Wildner
tgjones@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                Theodore G. Jones
timothy@ccu1.auckland.ac.nz                                          Tim Bates
tonym@swifty.dap.CSIRO.AU                                          Tony Murphy
tqr@inel.gov                                                       Tom Repetti
tur@csg.hcei.tomsk.su                                    Igor Yu. Turchanovsky
umpape@ccu.umanitoba.ca                                                       
URDEV@ph.und.ac.za                                                       URDEV
uzdensky@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                 Dmitri Uzdensky
v07@unixl.exp.univie.ac.at                                      Andreas Ulovec
van@quack.kfu.com                                               Sylvan Jacques
WENZEL@PFC.MIT.EDU                                                            
yadallee@GALcon.Ersys.edmonton.ab.CA                     Dave Shariff Yadallee
zerkleml@bettis.gov                                                  ML ZERKLE

Voted No
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
c.w.aude@LaRC.NASA.GOV                                            Carl W. Aude
claiborn@ctron.com                                        Christian L Claiborn
crouchkp@flidh102.delcoelect.com                                              
cward@Think.COM                                               Christopher Ward
dcbrogde@cats.ucsc.edu                                                        
jrm@globalvillag.com                                     John R. MacWilliamson
j_herlih@oz.plymouth.edu                                                   Axl
krish@vuse.vanderbilt.edu                                           P Krishnan
leffler@physics.ubc.ca                                           Steve Leffler
liebert@wiliki.eng.hawaii.edu                                    Bruce Liebert
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
rkowen@nas.nasa.gov                                             Dr. R. K. Owen
roberts@phoenix.ocf.llnl.gov                                       Don Roberts
rvc40592@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu                                           Bob Cadman
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
stiela@access.digex.net                                                 Stiela
wglad@new-orleans.NeoSoft.com                                 William Gladnick

Abstained
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS


Votes in error
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
root@igart.valinor.munic.msk.su                                Igor V Artyuhov
   ! Invalid address

 
USENET FACT: Flaming
Flaming is the hostile interaction between multiple Usenet users.