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From [email protected] Tue Apr 28 12:11:43 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Bo Yang)
Subject: RFD:  soc.politics.china
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: Physics Department, UCSD
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1992 15:40:48 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
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Due to the large amount of articles posted to "soc.culture.china" everyday, it
is becoming increasingly difficult for an ordinary netter to look through all
the articles and find something of his(her) interest. Since more than half of 
the postings are politics-related, many readers are calling for creation of a
new newsgroup concentrating on political ( or non-political) topics. It is
hoped that such a new forum should lessen the bandwidth of s.c.c.

This is a proposal to create a politics-related newsgroup under the name of
something similar to "soc.culture.china.politics" or "soc.politics.china". It 
is for our discussion to decide:

1. whether this news group is necessary, 
2. what its name should be, 
3. its charter and whether it should be moderated, and
4. if creation of more groups ( like "soc.culture.china.help") is necessary.

Following the usenet regulations, the discussion will be taking place on 
"news.groups", and will last for at most a month. Please direct your opinions
to that group instead of "soc.culture.china".  If a general consent can be
reached within the period( hopefully), A "Calling For Vote" notice will
be posted to all related newsgroups in due time.

This notice is to be cross-posted to:

     "soc.culture.china", "soc.culture.hongkong", "soc.culture.taiwan",
"soc.culture.asian-american", "soc.culture.misc"
"talk.politics.misc"

It is being resent to the moderated group soc.politics from
news.announce.newgroups.
-- 
Bo Yang ( [email protected])

From [email protected] Thu May 21 11:38:18 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Bo Yang)
Subject: CFV:  talk.politics.china
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: University of California, San Diego
Date: Thu, 21 May 1992 13:38:09 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
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              Calling For Vote: new newsgroup "talk.politics.china" 
            =========================================================

Due to the large amount of articles posted to "soc.culture.china" everyday, it
is becoming increasingly difficult for an ordinary netter to look through all
the articles and find something of his (her) interest. Since more than half of 
the postings are politics-related, many readers are calling for creation of a
new newsgroup concentrating on political (or non-political) topics. It is
hoped that such a new forum should lessen the bandwidth of s.c.c.

Finally. This is the official Calling For Vote notice for creation of this
newsgroup (The original RFD were around "soc.politics.china"):

     Name:       "talk.politics.china" 

     Charter:    News, views and discussions primarily devoted to political
                 issues related to China.  

     Moderation: unmoderated.

     Voting Period: May 21, 1992 - June 20, 1992, 24:00 Pacific Time

We are asking you you're in favor of creating this news-group. Please
direct your vote via E_mail to:

     [email protected]

with one of the following phrases included in Title line or text body:

     "Yes", or "Yes for creation of talk.politics.china"
or:  "No",  or  "No for creation of talk.politics.china"

Your vote should be clearly indicated as a yes/no vote. Responds such as 
"Yes if ...", "No, but ..." are not valid votes. Multiple votes by same
person will only be counted once with the latest one being validated. Voter
will be acknowledged by E-mail (if through) as early as possible once his/her 
vote is received and validated.

The deadline is June 20th, 24:00 Pacific Time. Votes received thereafter will
not be counted.

The final result will be posted accompanied by lists of all votes and E_mail
addresses to ensure the accuracy. Your participation is strongly encouraged.

-- Yang, Bo ([email protected])

From [email protected] Wed Jun  3 09:53:52 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Bo Yang)
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK:  talk.politics.china
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: University of California, San Diego
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 1992 19:32:47 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
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June 1, 1992

    ======================================================================
     2nd Calling For Vote and Vote Acknowledgement: "talk.politics.china" 
    ======================================================================

ATTENTION: If you've already voted, please check with the e-mail addresses
listed at the end of this notice. Ignore this message if your name is there,
otherwise please send your message again. 

     Name:       "talk.politics.china" 

     Charter:    News, views, discussions premierly devoted to political issues
                 related to China.  

     Moderation: un-moderated.

     Voting Period: May 21, 1992 - June 20, 1992, 24:00 Pacific Time


Due to the large amount of articles posted to "soc.culture.china" everyday, it
is becoming increasingly difficult for an ordinary netter to look through all
the articles and find something of his(her) interest. Since more than half of 
the postings are politics-related, many readers are calling for creation of a
new news-group concentrating on political topics. It is hoped that such a new
forum should lessen the bandwidth of s.c.c.

This is the official Calling For Vote notice for creation of this news-group,
"talk.politics.china". ( The original RFD were around "soc.politics.china")

We are asking you wether you're in favor of creating this news-group. Please
direct your vote via E_mail to:

     [email protected]

with one of the following phrases included in Title line or text body:

     "Yes", or "Yes for creation of talk.politics.china"
or:  "No",  or "No for creation of talk.politics.china"

Your vote should be clearly indicated as a yes/no vote. Responds such as 
"Yes if ...", "No, but ..." are not valid votes. Multiple votes by same
person will only be counted once with the latest one validated. Voter will
be acknowledged by E-mail(if through) as early as possible once his/her vote
is received and validated.

The deadline is June 20th, 24:00 Pacific Time. Votes received thereafter will
not be counted.

The final result will be posted accompanied by lists of all votes and E_mail
addresses to ensure the accuracy. Your participation is strongly encouraged.

-- Yang, Bo ([email protected])

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List of e-mail addresses of validted votes recieved by June 1, 1992. Please
report to [email protected] if you spot anyone voting twice.

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From [email protected] Fri Jun 19 13:26:49 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Bo Yang)
Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: talk.politics.china
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: University of California, San Diego
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 1992 04:08:17 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
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  2nd(Final) Calling For Vote and Vote Acknowledgement: "talk.politics.china" 
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ATTENTION: If you've already voted, please check with the e-mail addresses
listed at the end of this notice. Ignore this message if your name is there,
otherwise please send your message again. 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

     Name:       "talk.politics.china" 

     Charter:    News, views, discussions premierly devoted to political issues
                 related to China.  

     Moderation: un-moderated.

     Voting Period: May 21, 1992 - June 20, 1992, 24:00 Pacific Time

Due to the large amount of articles posted to "soc.culture.china" everyday, it
is becoming increasingly difficult for an ordinary netter to look through all
the articles and find something of his(her) interest. Since more than half of 
the postings are politics-related, many readers are calling for creation of a
new news-group concentrating on political topics. It is hoped that such a new
forum should lessen the bandwidth of s.c.c.

This is the official Calling For Vote notice for creation of this news-group,
"talk.politics.china". ( The original RFD were around "soc.politics.china")

We are asking you wether you're in favor of creating this news-group. Please
direct your vote via E_mail to:

     [email protected]

with one of the following phrases included in Title line or text body:

     "Yes", or "Yes for creation of talk.politics.china"
or:  "No",  or "No for creation of talk.politics.china"

Your vote should be clearly indicated as a yes/no vote. Responds such as 
"Yes if ...", "No, but ..." are not valid votes. Multiple votes by same
person will only be counted once with the latest one validated. Voter will
be acknowledged by E-mail(if through) as early as possible once his/her vote
is received and validated.

The deadline is June 20th, 24:00 Pacific Time. Votes received thereafter will
not be counted.

The final result will be posted accompanied by lists of all votes and E_mail
addresses to ensure the accuracy. Your participation is strongly encouraged.

-- Yang, Bo ([email protected])

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
List of e-mail addresses of validted votes recieved by June 10, 1992. Please
report to [email protected] if you spot anyone voting twice.

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From [email protected] Wed Jun 24 17:17:38 1992
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Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Bo Yang)
Subject: RESULT: talk.politics.china passes 165: 24
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Sender: [email protected] (David C Lawrence)
Organization: University of California, San Diego
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1992 20:17:20 GMT
Approved: [email protected]
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            Result: "talk.politics.china" passes 165:24
           =============================================

Voting for "talk.politics.china" ended 12:00pm Pacific Time, June 20, 1992.
Of 189 valid votes recieved, 165 YES and 24 NO votes pass the PASS limit 
( 100 more YES votes than NO votes, and at least 2/3 of votes be YES) according
to usenet newsgroup creation guidelines. A list of votes and voter's names
follows this notice, sorted in alphabetical order of "From: " line of their
messages.

For everyone participated and concerned, THANK YOU.

There will be a five days waiting period in order to get any error related
to the voting corrected. Should there be no serious objections, 
"talk.politics.china" will appear as a new usenet news-group.

See you there.

-- Yang, Bo  ( [email protected] )

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4 repeated votes( ignored):

 "Kai-hsu Wu" <[email protected]>
 Ming He <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (Christopher)
 [email protected] (Ying-jie Chen)

24 NO votes:

 Ernest Cline <[email protected]>
 Jian Liu <[email protected]>
 John G Dobnick <[email protected]>
 Karl Wee <[email protected]>
 Roy S. Rapoport <[email protected]>
 Sven Heinicke <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (William F. Mullin)
 [email protected] (Christopher)
 [email protected] (Ronald V. Dziuk Jr.)
 [email protected] (Jian-Qi Tan)
 [email protected] (Kim DeVaughn)
 [email protected] (Brian Kenney)
 [email protected]
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 [email protected] (Mark Sicignano)
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 [email protected] (William Moxley)
 [email protected] (Mike Palmer)
 [email protected] (P.J. Boulay )
 [email protected] (Dave V. Schaller)
 [email protected]@ennews.eas.asu.edu (Kevin W. Reed)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Tom Albrecht)
 [email protected] (Zhimin Wen)

165 YES votes:

 "Charles.Hargraves" <[email protected]>
 "Dong Jiang" <[email protected]>
 "Happy, happy, happy; Joy, joy, joy!" <[email protected]>
 "I-Chang Wen" <[email protected]>
 "KAI-HSU WU" <[email protected]>
 "KeJia. Gao                (914) 945-1566"    <[email protected]>
 "Sieh" <[email protected]>
 "Zhaoliang Zhu" <[email protected]>
 <GLIN%[email protected]>
 <[email protected]>
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 [email protected]
 Ali Ozgur Aksu <[email protected]>
 Alvin Chang (CS Software Support Analyst)  <[email protected]>
 Andrea <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Bing Wang <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 [email protected]
 Chunde Shi <[email protected]>
 D-P Deng <[email protected]>
 Dave Hiebeler <[email protected]>
 Donghua Wu <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (Duane Day)
 [email protected] (Ron Graham)
 Gang Li <[email protected]>
 He Baoping <[email protected]>
 I can't drive 55 <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (Ma, Suchun)
 Irving_Wolfe <[email protected]>
 Ivan A Derzhanski <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (J. DON WANG ([email protected]))
 James Ou <[email protected]>
 Jian-Qing Zhang <[email protected]>
 Jim Ault <[email protected]>
 Jimmy Yu <[email protected]>
 Jingshong Xie <[email protected]>
 Jixiang Hao <[email protected]>
 Joel Sax <[email protected]>
 John Peng-Yung Cheng <[email protected]>
 John Willinsky <[email protected]>
 Jyrki Kuoppala <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Ling Xu  5-1510 <[email protected]>
 Ma Ning <[email protected]>
 Matt Downer <[email protected]>
 Ming He <[email protected]>
 Mingqiu Sun <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Newton Wai <[email protected]>
 Norman Chiu <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Owen Matthew Thomas <[email protected]>
 Peace <[email protected]>
 Ping Hu <[email protected]>
 Qingsong  Zhang <[email protected]>
 Roland Kaltefleiter <[email protected]>
 Ross B Penner <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 SHAO CHUNG-SHANG <[email protected]>
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 San Ouyang  <[email protected]>
 Shawe-Shiuan Wang <[email protected]>
 Shusheng Luan <[email protected]>
 Stanley (S.T.H.) Chow <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Tim Hagman (lbs) <[email protected]>
 Tuan C <[email protected]>
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 W Schipper <[email protected]>
 Who is smiling? <[email protected]>
 William Ching <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Xiao Ping Hu <[email protected]>
 Xiaodong Shao <[email protected]>
 Xuehua Lu <[email protected]>
 Xuning Shan <[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 Yi Yang <[email protected]>
 Yuan Jiang <[email protected]>
 Yuanhui Liu <li[email protected]>
 [email protected]
 ZHAOHUI YANG <[email protected]>
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 Zhu Qi <[email protected]>
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 [email protected] (Anthony Wong)
 [email protected] (Master)
 [email protected] (Ruth White)
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 [email protected] (Da-Ming Chiang)
 [email protected] (Tom Chen-Ming Lee)
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 [email protected] (Christina Cheng Ann Shuy)
 [email protected] (Chunguang Sun)
 [email protected] (Zenglin Cui)
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 [email protected] (Doo-Hwan Kim)
 [email protected] (Dongni  Li)
 [email protected] (Dong Liu)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Frank X.J HUANG)
 [email protected] (Zhigang Yang)
 [email protected] (Geoff Bronner)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Henry Lai)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Hua Tun Lin)
 [email protected] (Scott Horne)
 [email protected] (BRIAN H. ZHANG)
 [email protected] (Robert Pan)
 [email protected] (James S. Chen)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Jeffery M. Chan)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (James LAM)
 [email protected] (John M. Blasik)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Keith Krueger)
 [email protected] (K.-C. Wen)
 [email protected] (Ricky KeangPo Ho)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Hai-Ning Liu)
 [email protected] (Wa Ming)
 [email protected] (Vasudev Murthy)
 [email protected] (Hong-Wei He)
 [email protected] (Ning Luo)
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 [email protected] (Matthew B Harrington)
 [email protected] (Chris Phillips)
 [email protected] (Shiping Zhang)
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 [email protected] (Rich Thomson)
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 [email protected] (Erland Sommarskog)
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 [email protected] (Puqi Tang)
 [email protected] (Eric Yihching Tao)
 [email protected] (Timothy J. Lee  [email protected])
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 [email protected] (Real life?  Ha!)
 [email protected] (Tom Zheng)
 [email protected] (Ying-jie Chen)
 [email protected] (Tingli Pan)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] ( Huangxin Wang)
 [email protected]
 [email protected] (Xiaohan Yun)
 [email protected]
 [email protected]
 yangchen%[email protected] (Yang Chen)
 [email protected] (Yung-Chin Chen)
 [email protected] (Yung-Chin Chen)
 [email protected] (Kim)
 [email protected] (Joe Huang)
 [email protected] (Yu Liu of Andrew)
 [email protected] (Yu Cao, aka Bobbo)
 yueting chen <[email protected]>
 [email protected] (Haitao Zhang)

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