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From [email protected] Mon May 23 15:55:56 1994
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From: [email protected] (Djamal Bouzida)
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Subject: RFD: soc.culture.berber
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            REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION (RFD): SOC.CULTURE.BERBER

As per the moderator's request and the fact that the word "amazigh" is 
not an english word, the original proposed name for this newsgroup, 
soc.culture.amazigh, has been changed to soc.culture.berber.  Please
replace amazigh by berber when reading the following:

We, hereby, propose to create a usenet newsgroup soc.culture.berber.  The 
status of this newsgroup should be *unmoderated*.

The proposed newsgroup will be a forum for discussion on issues related to 
the Amazigh language, history, and culture.  Many of these issues are unique
to amazigh culture and language, and hence are not being discussed in other
special interest groups. 

Amazigh people (Imazighen) speak variations of a single language, Tamazight 
also known as Berber, which belongs to the afroasiatic family of languages.  
Among the Imazighen are the Chawi, the Kabyle, and the M'zab of Northern 
Algeria, the Riffian, the Schluh, and the Atlas Amazigh of Morrocco, and the 
Imucagh (Tuareg) of the Sahara.  Smaller amazigh communities live as far as 
the Siwa oasis in Egypt in the East and the Canary Islands in the West.  The 
Tuareg population itself is scattered in sub-saharian areas of at least
three countries (Algeria, Mali, and Niger).  Southwards, presence of the 
Amazigh (Izenagen) is detected as far as in Senegal.

The purpose of this newsgroup will be the exchange of information between 
the people from these affiliations to promote their common language and
culture.  Furthermore, the involvement of people from different backgrounds 
will add to the quality of the newsgroup.

The following is a list of possible topics but certainly not an exhaustive 
one of every matter in Amazigh life:

 o Amazigh History:  
      
      The various theories on the origin of the Imazighen and their
      language.  Important amazigh leaders.  Roman, Arab and French 
      influence in the region.  Life and migration patterns of an 
      amazigh during the various historical periods.  Current status 
      and the amazigh question in North Africa.

 o Literature:

      Literature in various dialects.  Oral expression versus written.
      Amazigh stories and legends.  Amazigh poetry, and translation of
      poems into other languages.

 o Music:

      Musical instruments used.  Contemporary and Modern singers and 
      music.  Lyrics and the different interpretations.
      
 o Transcription and Software:

      Merits of existing transcriptions.  Tifinagh encrypted in TeX.
      What_you_see_is_what_you_get software based on transliteration.
      Creation of ftp sites for free software distribution.

 o Teaching Tamazight:

      A language stays alive when it is TAUGHT!  Challenges in teaching
      Tamazight and its transcription to native and non-native speakers.
      Use of different spoken dialects to enrich (or enpower) a common 
      written amazigh language. Designing textbooks, and possibly 
      dictionaries. Scientific vocabulary, and teaching science in Tamazight.


Rules:          Because soc.culture.berber will be unmoderated format, 
                anyone will be able to post to this newsgroup.  Please 
                refrain from insults or unnecessary criticism of a person.  
                Any criticism should be constructive, and polite.  Please 
                post your article in a mature and responsible way.

Language:       Tamazight is highly recommended as the communication tool of
		soc.culture.berber.  Postings in other languages are welcome.
                
Follow-up
discussion:     Any follow-up discussion will be carried out on news.groups.
                You may wish to cross-post on the Amazigh-Net mailing list:
                [email protected]

Discussion
Period:         Request For Discussion will last for 30 days.
                This RFD will be posted again should there be any changes made.
                If there is a desire to create soc.culture.berber
                after the discussion period, a Call For Votes will be issued.
                You will be notified where to send your vote when the Call For
                Votes is issued.

You are encouraged to participate in these discussions.  Please voice your
opinion.

Signed:
  Djamal Bouzida
  Rodolphe Suescun
-- 
Djamal Bouzida                            E-mail: [email protected]

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Tue Jun 21 19:49:49 1994
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From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: CFV: soc.culture.berber
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		     FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
		 unmoderated group soc.culture.berber

Newsgroups line:
soc.culture.berber	The berber language, history, and culture.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 12 July 1994.

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be sent to
the mailing lists <[email protected]>,
<[email protected]>.

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


CHARTER

As per the moderator's request and the fact that the word "amazigh" is not
an english word, the original proposed name for this newsgroup, 
soc.culture.amazigh, has been changed to soc.culture.berber. 

Please replace amazigh by berber when reading the following:

The proposed newsgroup will be a forum for discussion on issues related to 
the Amazigh language, history, and culture.  Many of these issues are unique
to amazigh culture and language, and hence are not being discussed in other
special interest groups. 

Amazigh people (Imazighen) speak variations of a single language, Tamazight 
also known as Berber, which belongs to the afroasiatic family of languages.  
Among the Imazighen are the Chawi, the Kabyle, and the M'zab of Northern 
Algeria, the Riffian, the Schluh, and the Atlas Amazigh of Morrocco, and the 
Imucagh (Tuareg) of the Sahara.  Smaller amazigh communities live as far as 
the Siwa oasis in Egypt in the East and the Canary Islands in the West.  The 
Tuareg population itself is scattered in sub-saharian areas of at least
three countries (Algeria, Mali, and Niger).  Southwards, presence of the 
Amazigh (Izenagen) is detected as far as in Senegal.

The purpose of this newsgroup will be the exchange of information between 
the people from these affiliations to promote their common language and
culture.  Furthermore, the involvement of people from different backgrounds 
will add to the quality of the newsgroup.

The following is a list of possible topics:

 o Amazigh History:  
      
      The various theories on the origin of the Imazighen and their
      language.  Important amazigh leaders.  Roman, Arab and French 
      influence in the region.  Life and migration patterns of an 
      amazigh during the various historical periods.  Current status 
      and the amazigh question in North Africa.

 o Literature:

      Literature in various dialects.  Oral expression versus written.
      Amazigh stories and legends.  Amazigh poetry, and translation of
      poems into other languages.

 o Music:

      Musical instruments used.  Contemporary and Modern singers and 
      music.  Lyrics and the different interpretations.
      
 o Transcription and Software:

      Merits of existing transcriptions.  Tifinagh encrypted in TeX.
      What_you_see_is_what_you_get software based on transliteration.
      Creation of ftp sites for free software distribution.

 o Teaching Tamazight:

      A language stays alive when it is TAUGHT!  Challenges in teaching
      Tamazight and its transcription to native and non-native speakers.
      Use of different spoken dialects to enrich (or enpower) a common 
      written amazigh language. Designing textbooks, and possibly 
      dictionaries. Scientific vocabulary, and teaching science in Tamazight.


Because soc.culture.berber will be unmoderated format, anyone will be
able to post to this newsgroup.  Please refrain from insults or
unnecessary criticism of a person.  Any criticism should be
constructive, and polite.  Please post your article in a mature and
responsible way.

		Sincerely,
		Djamal Bouzida


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
Check the "To:" address when you reply!

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on soc.culture.berber
      I vote NO on soc.culture.berber

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) Mon Jun 27 14:16:21 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: soc.culture.berber
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                     LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                 unmoderated group soc.culture.berber

Newsgroups line:
soc.culture.berber      The berber language, history, and culture.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 12 July 1994.

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups it will be sent to
the mailing lists <[email protected]>,
<[email protected]>.

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


CHARTER

As per the moderator's request and the fact that the word "amazigh" is not
an english word, the original proposed name for this newsgroup, 
soc.culture.amazigh, has been changed to soc.culture.berber. 

Please replace amazigh by berber when reading the following:

The proposed newsgroup will be a forum for discussion on issues related to 
the Amazigh language, history, and culture.  Many of these issues are unique
to amazigh culture and language, and hence are not being discussed in other
special interest groups. 

Amazigh people (Imazighen) speak variations of a single language, Tamazight 
also known as Berber, which belongs to the afroasiatic family of languages.  
Among the Imazighen are the Chawi, the Kabyle, and the M'zab of Northern 
Algeria, the Riffian, the Schluh, and the Atlas Amazigh of Morrocco, and the 
Imucagh (Tuareg) of the Sahara.  Smaller amazigh communities live as far as 
the Siwa oasis in Egypt in the East and the Canary Islands in the West.  The 
Tuareg population itself is scattered in sub-saharian areas of at least
three countries (Algeria, Mali, and Niger).  Southwards, presence of the 
Amazigh (Izenagen) is detected as far as in Senegal.

The purpose of this newsgroup will be the exchange of information between 
the people from these affiliations to promote their common language and
culture.  Furthermore, the involvement of people from different backgrounds 
will add to the quality of the newsgroup.

The following is a list of possible topics:

 o Amazigh History:  
      
      The various theories on the origin of the Imazighen and their
      language.  Important amazigh leaders.  Roman, Arab and French 
      influence in the region.  Life and migration patterns of an 
      amazigh during the various historical periods.  Current status 
      and the amazigh question in North Africa.

 o Literature:

      Literature in various dialects.  Oral expression versus written.
      Amazigh stories and legends.  Amazigh poetry, and translation of
      poems into other languages.

 o Music:

      Musical instruments used.  Contemporary and Modern singers and 
      music.  Lyrics and the different interpretations.
      
 o Transcription and Software:

      Merits of existing transcriptions.  Tifinagh encrypted in TeX.
      What_you_see_is_what_you_get software based on transliteration.
      Creation of ftp sites for free software distribution.

 o Teaching Tamazight:

      A language stays alive when it is TAUGHT!  Challenges in teaching
      Tamazight and its transcription to native and non-native speakers.
      Use of different spoken dialects to enrich (or enpower) a common 
      written amazigh language. Designing textbooks, and possibly 
      dictionaries. Scientific vocabulary, and teaching science in Tamazight.


Because soc.culture.berber will be unmoderated format, anyone will be
able to post to this newsgroup.  Please refrain from insults or
unnecessary criticism of a person.  Any criticism should be
constructive, and polite.  Please post your article in a mature and
responsible way.

                Sincerely,
                Djamal Bouzida


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
Check the "To:" address when you reply!

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on soc.culture.berber
      I vote NO on soc.culture.berber

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.



soc.culture.berber Bounce List - No need to revote
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No bounced votes at this time

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Wed Jul 20 20:33:27 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,soc.culture.maghreb,soc.culture.african,soc.culture.europe,soc.culture.arabic,soc.culture.jewish,soc.culture.french
Subject: RESULT: soc.culture.berber passes 247:30
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                               RESULT
	  unmoderated group soc.culture.berber passes 247:30

There were 247 YES votes and 30 NO votes, for a total of 277 valid votes. 
There were 2 invalid ballots.

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:
soc.culture.berber      The berber language, history, and culture.

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


CHARTER

As per the moderator's request and the fact that the word "amazigh" is not
an english word, the original proposed name for this newsgroup, 
soc.culture.amazigh, has been changed to soc.culture.berber. 

Please replace amazigh by berber when reading the following:

The proposed newsgroup will be a forum for discussion on issues related to 
the Amazigh language, history, and culture.  Many of these issues are unique
to amazigh culture and language, and hence are not being discussed in other
special interest groups. 

Amazigh people (Imazighen) speak variations of a single language, Tamazight 
also known as Berber, which belongs to the afroasiatic family of languages.  
Among the Imazighen are the Chawi, the Kabyle, and the M'zab of Northern 
Algeria, the Riffian, the Schluh, and the Atlas Amazigh of Morrocco, and the 
Imucagh (Tuareg) of the Sahara.  Smaller amazigh communities live as far as 
the Siwa oasis in Egypt in the East and the Canary Islands in the West.  The 
Tuareg population itself is scattered in sub-saharian areas of at least
three countries (Algeria, Mali, and Niger).  Southwards, presence of the 
Amazigh (Izenagen) is detected as far as in Senegal.

The purpose of this newsgroup will be the exchange of information between 
the people from these affiliations to promote their common language and
culture.  Furthermore, the involvement of people from different backgrounds 
will add to the quality of the newsgroup.

The following is a list of possible topics:

 o Amazigh History:  
      
      The various theories on the origin of the Imazighen and their
      language.  Important amazigh leaders.  Roman, Arab and French 
      influence in the region.  Life and migration patterns of an 
      amazigh during the various historical periods.  Current status 
      and the amazigh question in North Africa.

 o Literature:

      Literature in various dialects.  Oral expression versus written.
      Amazigh stories and legends.  Amazigh poetry, and translation of
      poems into other languages.

 o Music:

      Musical instruments used.  Contemporary and Modern singers and 
      music.  Lyrics and the different interpretations.
      
 o Transcription and Software:

      Merits of existing transcriptions.  Tifinagh encrypted in TeX.
      What_you_see_is_what_you_get software based on transliteration.
      Creation of ftp sites for free software distribution.

 o Teaching Tamazight:

      A language stays alive when it is TAUGHT!  Challenges in teaching
      Tamazight and its transcription to native and non-native speakers.
      Use of different spoken dialects to enrich (or enpower) a common 
      written amazigh language. Designing textbooks, and possibly 
      dictionaries. Scientific vocabulary, and teaching science in Tamazight.


Because soc.culture.berber will be unmoderated format, anyone will be
able to post to this newsgroup.  Please refrain from insults or
unnecessary criticism of a person.  Any criticism should be
constructive, and polite.  Please post your article in a mature and
responsible way.

                Sincerely,
                Djamal Bouzida


soc.culture.berber Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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[email protected]                                             DR. AKLI AIT-BRAHAM
[email protected]                                      Ramesh Fernando
[email protected]                                Aberkane, Ahmed
[email protected]                                                
[email protected]                           ALISON K. BAUER
[email protected]                                       Abdenour Achab
[email protected]                                   Achour MOSTEFAOUI
[email protected]                       ANNAMARIA COLANGELO
[email protected]                                         David Brooks
[email protected]                           Azeddine Fadli -- Admin. - Boston
[email protected]                                     Fakir, Abdel
[email protected]                                           Ali Akrouf
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[email protected]                           Abderrahama Ait-Kaci Ali
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[email protected]                                              Dahmane Bounar
[email protected]                                            Anne Bagneres
[email protected]                                               Aomar Maddi
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[email protected]                                    Nadia Baaziz
[email protected]                                             Baaziz Achour
[email protected]                                         Abdella Battou
[email protected]                                      Beramtane Djerroud
[email protected]                            Maximillian Amazigh Imula
[email protected]                                 Belabbes Nacer-Eddine
[email protected]                                               H. Bellout
[email protected]                                      Rachid BELMOUHOUB
[email protected]                                         Salem BENFERHAT
[email protected]                                  [Arezki Benhamou]
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[email protected]                                                 bhatti ghulam
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[email protected]                                                 B.J. Herbison
[email protected]                                 Douglas P. Shannon
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[email protected]                                          Beast of Eden
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[email protected]                                            Claude Boucher
[email protected]                                   Badreddine Oudjehane
[email protected]                               Yamina Boumahdi
[email protected]                                 Dr. K. H. Bounar
[email protected]                                        Dr. Boussaa
[email protected]                                BETH PFLUG
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[email protected]                                           Martin Breton
[email protected]                                                  Kenneth Burns
[email protected]                                             Remi Cabanac
[email protected]                                       Atmane Benchabane
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[email protected]                                       Mohamed CHLENDI
[email protected]                                    Claire Dannenbaum
[email protected]                                    Larbi Oumerzouk
[email protected]                                        Jean-Philippe Cottin
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[email protected]                                          Etudiant-44
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[email protected]                                              DALILA FRIDI
[email protected]                                              devender (d.) goyal
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[email protected]                                                Ding YING
[email protected]                                             Fares Djama
[email protected]                                              djamal (d.) bouarab
[email protected]                                               Djamal Bouzida
[email protected]                                              yazid (y.) djerbib
[email protected]                                Mahieddine Djoudi
[email protected]                                  Don Muraca -- CAS - Boston
[email protected]                                 Ramseier,David
[email protected]                                  Pedro Egui Solis
[email protected]                                                  Ahmed El Asser
[email protected]                                     Abderrahman A. El Haddi
[email protected]                                                      Ed Taychert
[email protected]                                  Julie K. Stahlhut
[email protected]                                           Djaffer Ibaroudene
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[email protected]                             ELIZABETH RINN
[email protected]                                          Elamine M. Salhi
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[email protected]                                              Faid Karim
[email protected]                                               fezoui
[email protected]                                                    Wei-Yu Lee
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[email protected]                                            Halet Arezki
[email protected]                                                 Jim Mavrikios
[email protected]                                               george lie
[email protected]                            GHEMIMA DIRAMI
[email protected]                                                     Raja
[email protected]                                                  Hassan Ait-Kaci
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[email protected]                                          Harumi Maejima
[email protected]                                                      
[email protected]                                Helga U Ertas +1 708 979 8455
[email protected]                                         honghai  wang
[email protected]                                     Luc 'Teo' Verhelst
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[email protected]                                                 Mark James
[email protected]                                               Mr Jayesh Gor
[email protected]                                 John Barney -- CAS - Boston
[email protected]                                      Jon Carter 7-1614
[email protected]                             James Alexander Chokey
[email protected]                             Julie Curran -- Admin. - Boston
[email protected]                              Jeffrey K. Ratcliffe
[email protected]                                          Joseph Fortt
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[email protected]                            Crozet, Jean-Michel
[email protected]                                               Jose M. daLuz
[email protected]                                                  John Hascall
[email protected]                                              Greg Dunkel
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[email protected]                                                      W. Clem Karl
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[email protected]                                       Walid Keirouz
[email protected]                                                      
[email protected]                                              besam khidhir
[email protected]                               Heckman Workgroup
[email protected]                           Konstantin Shakhnovich
[email protected]                                        Martin Schroeder
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[email protected]                             Lauren Arnel -- Admin. - Boston
[email protected]                                         Laura Gillespie
[email protected]                                                  Leo C. Driscoll
[email protected]                                                      Liza Daly
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[email protected]                                     Chouarbi Dehbia
[email protected]                             Lounas Ferrat
[email protected]                                      Luciano Mannucci
[email protected]                                    Yazid Benkhellat
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[email protected]                                 L_VELLIEUX
[email protected]                                 Natesan Mahasenan
[email protected]                                          Makhlouf Redjdal
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[email protected]                                      Bigo, Magali
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[email protected]                           MARTINE GARNIER
[email protected]                                        Moulay H Elabdellaoui
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[email protected]                                  Michael Opdenacker
[email protected]                                    Ared Misirliyan
[email protected]                               MENG-CHUN JIA
[email protected]                               Martine Lahoreau
[email protected]                                             mokhtar (m.) amalou
[email protected]                                 Daniel W. Moonan
[email protected]                               Mohamed Mourad Bouneffa
[email protected]                                        Mourad Mechkour
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[email protected]                                           Anthony Huffaker
[email protected]                                       Mustapha Aissaoui
[email protected]                                                              
[email protected]                                               M_CHERIKH
[email protected]                                      Nabila Jabrane-Ferrat
[email protected]                                           Nacef Samira
[email protected]                                         Naquin Joelle
[email protected]                                                  Nasser D
[email protected]                                        Nourredine Hail
[email protected]                   NEELAKANTA RAVINDRANATH
[email protected]                                                          
[email protected]                                      Mohamed Obanni
[email protected]                                                  Oded Maler
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[email protected]                                           CLARY Olivier
[email protected]                             Oscal Rodbell
[email protected]                                           hamid t ouyachchi
[email protected]                                         Parosh Abdulla
[email protected]                            Borgonovo, Philippe
[email protected]                                           Peter Norton
[email protected]                                         Peter G. Berger
[email protected]                                    Karl Pfeifer 7-2320
[email protected]                                      P K Garman
[email protected]                                                 A. Zahrir
[email protected]                                        Zineb Z. Felfli
[email protected]                                               Patrick Gillen
[email protected]                                   Philippe Magloire
[email protected]                                            Christopher Pound
[email protected]                           PRASIT PAVASANT
[email protected]                                                   Paul Gross
[email protected]                                   Michael J. Quinn
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[email protected]                                             R. Bekhechi
[email protected]                                RAKHI DALAL
[email protected]                                  Eric Replogle 7-2297
[email protected]                                              chabane (c.) rezzik
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[email protected]                                              keith mcclelland
[email protected]                                                 Rachel Learned
[email protected]                              Dr. Rachid Manseur
[email protected]                                      Rodolphe Suescun
[email protected]                                                 Roger Horn
[email protected]                                          Roscoe C. Giles
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[email protected]                                    SHER ALI
[email protected]                                          salah badjou
[email protected]                                           Matthew P. Schuetze
[email protected]                                     Rabah Seffal
[email protected]                                            Louiza Sellami
SG92HQEE%[email protected]                                Roberto
[email protected]@vaxsar.vassar.edu        [email protected]
[email protected]                       STEPHEN O. OGWUEGBU
[email protected]                  SOUAMI Hakim Thomson SDC AG09 p8186
[email protected]                                 David Champion
[email protected]                           STUART J. RABIN
[email protected]                                     Noel S. McFerran
[email protected]                                Mansour Haroun
[email protected]                                     Mingde Yu
[email protected]                                                         
[email protected]                       DEA94 Tahir Mohamedabdoulaye
[email protected]                                             Robert Cormier
[email protected]                                                 Bret Jolly
[email protected]                         Teilnehmer am UNIX-Kurs
[email protected]                                  Richard Volpe
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[email protected]                                           Didier Willis
[email protected]                                               Yanik Crepeau
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[email protected]                                    Yokoyama
[email protected]                                   Youcef Ait-Amirat
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[email protected]                                       Mati Zaidman
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[email protected]                                       Kamel Zerdoum
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[email protected]                                     Tibor Molnar
[email protected]                              Abdallah Benmhamed
[email protected]                         Stefan Antersberger
[email protected]                                           Karl Krech
[email protected]                                                    Jim Ault
[email protected]                                              M. BenMrad
[email protected]                             Athman Bouguettaya
[email protected]                                                 Jan Brittenson
[email protected]                                         Lotfi Hermi
[email protected]                                              
[email protected]                                                     Edward Bertsch
[email protected]                                                    
[email protected]                                           Salah Elhihi
EOIN%[email protected]                                                       EOIN
[email protected]                                  Sean P. Ryan
[email protected]                                        Geoffrey Newman
[email protected]                                   JACOBS  DRU THOMAS
[email protected]                                                   John De Armond
[email protected]                                     John R. MacWilliamson
[email protected]                                              Kari E. Hurtta
[email protected]                                                            
[email protected]                                                  
[email protected]                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS
[email protected]                                             Richard H. Miller
[email protected]                                                Siamak Ansari
[email protected]                                                     
[email protected]                                                  Dwight Brown
[email protected]                                                         tahar
[email protected]                                         Ward F. Bush
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