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From [email protected] Fri Jul  2 13:10:07 1993
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From: [email protected] (D. J. Bernstein)
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I propose a new unmoderated group:

talk.politics.crypto   The relation between cryptography and government.

The name of the group needs little explanation. Like talk.politics.drugs
and talk.politics.guns, this newsgroup will cover all sides of a sticky 
issue. There's a lot of existing traffic which would fit very well into
talk.politics.crypto; this group should be reasonably successful at 
drawing inappropriate traffic out of sci.crypt.

Please note that talk.politics.crypto is not meant to foreclose the 
possible future creation of a (moderated) sci.crypt.research group.

Followups to news.groups. I expect to run a vote in a month.

---Dan

From [email protected] Mon Aug  2 22:48:09 1993
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I call for votes for a new unmoderated group:

talk.politics.crypto   The relation between cryptography and government.

The name of the group needs little explanation. Like talk.politics.drugs
and talk.politics.guns, this newsgroup will cover all sides of a sticky 
issue. There's a lot of existing traffic which would fit very well into
talk.politics.crypto; this group should be reasonably successful at 
drawing inappropriate traffic out of sci.crypt.

Please note that talk.politics.crypto is not meant to foreclose the 
possible future creation of a (moderated) sci.crypt.research group.

Voting instructions appear below. Always remember: Friends don't let
friends vote drunk. Don't post your votes, and don't mail them to me.
Votes must be received during August, GMT. The results will be announced 
in early September.

[[ news.announce.newgroups moderator's note: to be totally clear, the
end of the voting period is 00:00 GMT, 1 Sep 93 -- tale ]]

---Dan

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Associates. MIT, Jonathan Kamens, and Geer Zolot Associates have nothing
to do with the newsgroup proposal; they're just collecting the votes as
a neutral third party.


From [email protected] Sat Aug 28 23:10:10 1993
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Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK: talk.politics.crypto
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This posting contains: (1) a copy of the original call for votes for
talk.politics.crypto; (2) a list of who had voted as of August 24.
There are still a few days left to vote.

---Dan

I call for votes for a new unmoderated group:

talk.politics.crypto   The relation between cryptography and government.

The name of the group needs little explanation. Like talk.politics.drugs
and talk.politics.guns, this newsgroup will cover all sides of a sticky 
issue. There's a lot of existing traffic which would fit very well into
talk.politics.crypto; this group should be reasonably successful at 
drawing inappropriate traffic out of sci.crypt.

Please note that talk.politics.crypto is not meant to foreclose the 
possible future creation of a (moderated) sci.crypt.research group.

Voting instructions appear below. Always remember: Friends don't let
friends vote drunk. Don't post your votes, and don't mail them to me.
Votes must be received during August, GMT. The results will be announced 
in early September.

[[ news.announce.newgroups moderator's note: to be totally clear, the
end of the voting period is 00:00 GMT, 1 Sep 93 -- tale ]]

---Dan

In order to vote for or against this newsgroup, you must send a mail
message to the address [email protected] If your site does not
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	[email protected]
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If none of these addresses works, talk to someone at your site who can
help you address the mail properly. Posted votes will not be counted.
Votes mailed to the poster of this message will not be counted.

Your mail should contain one of the following three lines, in the body
of the mail message:

	vote talk.politics.crypto yes
	vote talk.politics.crypto no
	vote talk.politics.crypto abstain

The first two lines register a vote either for or against the creation
of the newsgroup. The third line cancels any previous vote for or
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You should receive a response to your vote, acknowledging its receipt,
within two days. If you do not, or if you have some other problem with
voting, you can get help by sending mail to [email protected]

The hardware resources for vote collection are being provided by the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The vote-collection software is
being provided by Jonathan Kamens <[email protected]>. The manpower necessary
to collect the votes is being provided by Jonathan Kamens and Geer Zolot
Associates. MIT, Jonathan Kamens, and Geer Zolot Associates have nothing
to do with the newsgroup proposal; they're just collecting the votes as
a neutral third party.

(Jeffrey D. Angus) [email protected]
"Mich Kabay / JINBU Corp." <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Tim Dierks)
[email protected] (Eugenio Sanchez-Pe~a), [email protected] (Eugenio Sanchez-Pe~a)
Alan Bawden <[email protected]>
Alan Coopersmith <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Andrew Purshottam)
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[email protected] (Stanko Barle)
Alan P Barrett <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Harry Bartholomew)
Bart Massey <[email protected]>
[email protected] (J. Kintscher)
[email protected] (Thomas A. Berson)
Benjamin Griffin <[email protected]>
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"B.J. Herbison" <[email protected]>
Brian R. Gaeke <[email protected]>
"John Kelsey" <[email protected]>
Can Bruce <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Len Charest)
Christopher Davis <[email protected]>
Bob Clements <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Carl Ellison)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Scott Collins)
[email protected] (Colin Owen Rafferty)
Kenneth P Crouch <[email protected]>
[email protected]
Dave Hodgins <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Dave Horsfall)
[email protected] (Dave Wagner)
"David A. Wagner" <[email protected]>
Eric Edward Moore <[email protected]>
Jeff Del Papa <[email protected]>
"David S.A. Stine" <[email protected]>
[email protected] (mike Rosing)
[email protected] (Edward Bertsch)
[email protected] (Edward Reid)
[email protected] (Ed McGuire)
[email protected] (Paul Ferguson)
[email protected] (Frank McPherson)
Hardcore Alaskan <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Garrett Wollman)
[email protected] (Gary R Ratterree)
[email protected] (Gordon Matheson)
[email protected] (John R. Grout)
Geoffrey Spear <[email protected]>
[email protected]
[email protected] (Paul Haahr)
[email protected] (Hal Finney)
Ed Hamrick <[email protected]>
"Robert A. Hayden" <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Mark C. Henderson)
[email protected] (Henrik Schmiediche)
[email protected] (Holger Reusch)
[email protected] (douglas craig holland)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Herman Rubin)
[email protected] (Ian Jackson)
[email protected] (Irene Gassko)
[email protected]
[email protected] (J. Eric Townsend)
[email protected]
[email protected] (Joseph Christie)
"Joel A. Fine" <[email protected]>
[email protected] (Jacob S Andersen)
Jin S Choi <[email protected]>
John T Kohl <[email protected]>
julian@bongo.tele.com (Julian Macassey)
Kevin Junck <junck@okra.fnal.gov>
Junger@samsara.law.cwru.edu (Peter D. Junger)
karmira@falcon.natinst.com (Apostolos Karmirantzos)
kelsey@mdd.comm.mot.com (Joe Kelsey)
kohler@sra.com (Mark Kohler)
kubo@math.harvard.edu (Tal Kubo)
Laszlo Baranyi <laszlo@instrlab.kth.se>
LBennett.El_Segundo@xerox.com
"L. Detweiler" <ld231782@longs.lance.colostate.edu>
LINEHAN@watson.ibm.com
loki@cass156.ucsd.edu (Lance Cottrell)
lowton@typhon.dra.hmg.gb (Andy Lowton)
Lyle_Seaman@transarc.com
M..Stirner@f28.n125.z1.fidonet.org (M. Stirner)
Magnus Olsson <magnus@thep.lu.se>
manish@sheba.niddk.nih.gov (Manish Butte)
marcy@sqwest.wimsey.bc.ca (Marcy Thompson)
Mark Grant <mark@isltd.insignia.com>
matwood@peruvian.cs.utah.edu (Mark Atwood)
mayhew@WKUVX1.BITNET
mch@sqwest.wimsey.bc.ca
mike@upolu.gsfc.nasa.gov (Mike Jones)
Mike Fessler <MIKEF@brownvm.brown.edu>
"Loren J. Miller" <MILLERL@wharton.upenn.edu>
miron@extropia.wimsey.com (Miron Cuperman)
Frederic Miserey <miserey@laguna.ics.uci.edu>
Murray Nesbitt <mjn@pseudo.uucp>
mk@anuurn.do.open.de (Martin Koehling)
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu
Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS <mmt@redbrick.com>
moore@defmacro.cs.utah.edu (Timothy B. Moore)
MOTSUK@cu4500.cua.edu
Marc VanHeyningen <mvanheyn@cs.indiana.edu>
nelson@reed.edu (Nelson Minar)
nmehl@ccat.sas.upenn.edu (Nathan J. Mehl)
Nat Howard <nrh@uunet.uu.net>
Chris Palmer <palmer@admin.mcc.mass.edu>
patl@lcs.mit.edu
Paul.Tvete@ii.uib.no
Paul Leyland <pcl@ox.ac.uk>
peb@procase.com (Paul Baclace)
peed@ivory.rtsg.mot.com (Andrew Peed)
perobich@ingr.com
Charles P Pfleeger <pfleeger@tisuk.demon.co.uk>
phoffman@netcom.com (Paul E. Hoffman)
pkarger@gte.com
plutchak@porter.geo.brown.edu (Joel Plutchak)
"Michael J. Quinn" <quinn@phoenix.princeton.edu>
Richard Pieri <ratinox@ccs.neu.edu>
rda@mh.nl (Sietze Roorda)
reeds@research.att.com
Rene Boe Soerensen <rene@iesd.auc.dk>
rfall@mv.us.adobe.com (Richard Fall)
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
rittle@comm.mot.com (Loren James Rittle)
Robert L Krawitz <rlk@think.com>
"Ronnie B. Kon" <ronnie@cisco.com>
rschnapp@metaflow.com (Russ Schnapp)
Rich Thomson <rthomson@dsd.es.com>
Ryan Bayne <ryan.bayne@canrem.com>
science@oasys.dt.navy.mil (Mark Zimmermann)
"David A. Scocca" <scocca@gibbs.oit.unc.edu>
scs@eskimo.com (Steve Summit)
Scott E Kullberg <sekullbe@athena.mit.edu>
siler@cs.utk.edu
sjsmith@cs.umd.edu (Stephen Joseph Smith)
spirit@wildwood.demon.co.uk
Jason 'Think!' Steiner <steiner@jupiter.cse.utoledo.edu>
Steve Brinich <steve-b@access.digex.net>
Steve Coltrin <steve@constellation.ecn.uoknor.edu>
strnlght@netcom.com (David Sternlight)
stu@valinor.mythical.com (Stu Labovitz)
Christoph Weber-Fahr <supervisor@kit.uni-kl.de>
David Reeve Sward <sward+@cmu.edu>
tamsky@cco.caltech.edu (Marc A. Tamsky)
tcmay@netcom.com (Timothy C. May)
thursto1@husc.harvard.edu
tim@atri.curtin.edu.au (Tim Moors)
TSOS@uni-duesseldorf.de (Detlef Lannert)
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wcs@anchor.ho.att.com (Bill Stewart)
weemba@sagi.wistar.upenn.edu (Matthew P Wiener)
wiml@u.washington.edu
wombat@nfinit.enet.dec.com
Olin Sibert <wos@oxford.com>
fasttech!zeke@uu4.psi.com (Bohdan Tashchuk)

From djb@silverton.berkeley.edu Wed Sep  8 19:43:09 1993
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From: djb@silverton.berkeley.edu (D. J. Bernstein)
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Subject: RESULT: talk.politics.crypto passes 184:44
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talk.politics.crypto   The relation between cryptography and government

Here's the tally. There were 184 valid yes votes and 44 valid no votes.
So talk.politics.crypto passes. The vote list appears below. My thanks
to MIT, Jonathan Kamens, and Geer Zolot Associates for collecting the 
votes.

There will be a five-day waiting period to revise the tally in case of 
lost votes. Please post any comments on the vote, including lost votes,
to news.groups; do not mail them to me. Barring a Vogon invasion or some
other unlikely event, David Lawrence will send out a newgroup message
for talk.politics.crypto at the end of the waiting period.

---Dan

"yes" votes (184):

(Jeffrey D. Angus) bongo!skyld.tele.com!jangus@netcom.com
"Mich Kabay / JINBU Corp." <75300.3232@compuserve.com>
abbe@bronze.lcs.mit.edu (John C. Abbe aka Rademir)
ABROUARD@antioc.antioch.edu
absurd@apple.com (Tim Dierks)
Andreas Fuchsberger <af@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
al198723@academ01.mty.itesm.mx (Eugenio Sanchez-Pe~a), al198723@next-mty.mty.itesm.mx (Eugenio Sanchez-Pe~a)
Alan Bawden <Alan@lcs.mit.edu>
Alan Coopersmith <alanc@ocf.berkeley.edu>
andy@autodesk.com (Andrew Purshottam)
andy@vistachrome.com
atfurman@cup.portal.com
atkinson@itd.nrl.navy.mil (Randall Atkinson)
aultj@rpi.edu
bal@martigny.ai.mit.edu
barle@physics.rutgers.edu (Stanko Barle)
bart@netcom.com (Harry Bartholomew)
Bart Massey <bart@skinner.cs.uoregon.edu>
beast@netcom.com (J. Kintscher)
beckman@cco.caltech.edu (David Beckman)
Bengt Larsson <bengtl@maths.lth.se>
berson@anagram.com (Thomas A. Berson)
Benjamin Griffin <bgriffin@libserv1.ic.sunysb.edu>
Bill_Moore@mindlink.bc.ca (Bill Moore)
"Gomes, Bill              M'bio" <BillG@microbio.lifesci.ucla.edu>
"B.J. Herbison" <bj@herbison.com>
bobmacd@netcom.com (Bob MacDowell)
boyd@cs.buffalo.edu (Daniel F Boyd)
Brian R. Gaeke <brg@cerf.net>
"John Kelsey" <C445585@mizzou1.missouri.edu>
cactus@clinton.com (L. Todd Masco)
Can Bruce <cb34@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu>
charest@aig.jpl.nasa.gov (Len Charest)
Christopher Davis <ckd@eff.org>
Bob Clements <clements@diamond.bbn.com>
cliftonr@netcom.com (Pope Clifton)
cme@ellisun.sw.stratus.com (Carl Ellison)
colin@nyx.cs.du.edu
collins@newton.apple.com (Scott Collins)
27-Aug-1993 2049 <collins@powdml.enet.dec.com>
combee@prism.gatech.edu (Ben Combee)
craffert@lehman.com (Colin Owen Rafferty)
D.M.Pick@qmw.ac.uk
Dave Hodgins <dave.hodgins@canrem.com>
dave@eram.esi.com.au (Dave Horsfall)
davew@tamarack.cray.com (Dave Wagner)
"David A. Wagner" <dawagner@phoenix.princeton.edu>
Dave Archer <dmarcher@acsu.buffalo.edu>
doug@midget.towson.edu (Doug McNaught)
Jeff Del Papa <dp@harlequin.com>
dp@world.std.com (Jeff DelPapa)
"David S.A. Stine" <dstine@cisco.com>
dvader@hemp-imi.hep.anl.gov (mike Rosing)
eab@msc.edu (Edward Bertsch)
ed@titipu.resun.com (Edward Reid)
fergp@sytex.com (Paul Ferguson)
fmcphers@csugrad.cs.vt.edu (Frank McPherson)
Garrett.Wollman@uvm.edu (Garrett Wollman)
garyr@cs.tamu.edu (Gary R Ratterree)
gordon@ll.mit.edu (Gordon Matheson)
grout@csrd.uiuc.edu (John R. Grout)
Geoffrey Spear <gspear+@cmu.edu>
gswan@psych.toronto.edu
haahr@mv.us.adobe.com (Paul Haahr)
Ed Hamrick <hamrick@convex.convex.com>
James Harvey <HARVEY@indyvax.iupui.edu>
"Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@krypton.mankato.msus.edu>
henderso@netcom.com (Mark C. Henderson)
henrik@PICARD.TAMU.EDU (Henrik Schmiediche)
holger@vmars.vmars.tuwien.ac.at (Holger Reusch)
holland@cs.colostate.edu (douglas craig holland)
howard@hal.com
hrubin@pop.stat.purdue.edu (Herman Rubin)
ijackson@nyx.cs.du.edu (Ian Jackson)
irina@cs.bu.edu (Irene Gassko)
jallred@spdg.com (John Allred)
James_Gillogly@rand.org
JERRY@crysv1.ncifcrf.gov
jesup@cbmvax.cbm.commodore.com (Randell Jesup)
jet@nas.nasa.gov (J. Eric Townsend)
jhenders@jonh.wimsey.bc.ca (John Henders)
Jim_Miller@suite.com
J M Lake <jmlake@lees.cogsci.uiuc.edu>
joec@cfcsys.linet.org (Joseph Christie)
"Joel A. Fine" <joel@postgres.berkeley.edu>
john.eichler@grapevine.lrk.ar.us (John Eichler)
jsa@jet.uk (Jacob S Andersen)
Jin S Choi <jsc@monolith.mit.edu>
John T Kohl <jtkohl@zk3.dec.com>
Junger@samsara.law.cwru.edu (Peter D. Junger)
karmira@falcon.natinst.com (Apostolos Karmirantzos)
kelsey@mdd.comm.mot.com (Joe Kelsey)
kohler@sra.com (Mark Kohler)
kubo@math.harvard.edu (Tal Kubo)
Laszlo Baranyi <laszlo@instrlab.kth.se>
"L. Detweiler" <ld231782@longs.lance.colostate.edu>
LINEHAN@watson.ibm.com
David Lippke <lippke@utdallas.edu>
loki@cass156.ucsd.edu (Lance Cottrell)
lonadar@judy.indstate.edu (Lonadar the Wanderer)
lowton@typhon.dra.hmg.gb (Andy Lowton)
lucks@namu19.gwdg.de (Stefan Lucks)
M..Stirner@f28.n125.z1.fidonet.org (M. Stirner)
Magnus Olsson <magnus@thep.lu.se>
maier@ebs330.eb.uah.edu (Professor Maier)
manish@sheba.niddk.nih.gov (Manish Butte)
marchesi@cirfid.unibo.it (Carlo Marchesi)
marcy@sqwest.wimsey.bc.ca (Marcy Thompson)
Mark Grant <mark@isltd.insignia.com>
matwood@peruvian.cs.utah.edu (Mark Atwood)
mayhew@WKUVX1.BITNET
mch@sqwest.wimsey.bc.ca
meadows@itd.nrl.navy.mil (Catherine A. Meadows)
mhealey@sdcc13.ucsd.edu (Mark Healey)
mike@cs.umd.edu (Mike Steele)
Mike Fessler <MIKEF@brownvm.brown.edu>
"Loren J. Miller" <MILLERL@wharton.upenn.edu>
miron@extropia.wimsey.com (Miron Cuperman)
misar@rbg.informatik.th-darmstadt.de
Frederic Miserey <miserey@laguna.ics.uci.edu>
mk@anuurn.do.open.de (Martin Koehling)
mkovacs@mcs.kent.edu
mlshew@dixie.com (Mark Shewmaker)
Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS <mmt@redbrick.com>
moore@defmacro.cs.utah.edu (Timothy B. Moore)
MOTSUK@cu4500.cua.edu
Marc VanHeyningen <mvanheyn@cs.indiana.edu>
Matthias Neeracher <neeri@iis.ee.ethz.ch>
nelson@reed.edu (Nelson Minar)
nmehl@ccat.sas.upenn.edu (Nathan J. Mehl)
Nat Howard <nrh@uunet.uu.net>
Chris Palmer <palmer@admin.mcc.mass.edu>
patl@lcs.mit.edu
payson@cs.wisc.edu ( Payson)
Paul Leyland <pcl@ox.ac.uk>
pcr@vnet.ibm.com
peb@procase.com (Paul Baclace)
perobich@ingr.com
Charles P Pfleeger <pfleeger@tisuk.demon.co.uk>
phoffman@netcom.com (Paul E. Hoffman)
pkarger@gte.com
"Michael J. Quinn" <quinn@phoenix.princeton.edu>
Richard Pieri <ratinox@ccs.neu.edu>
Rob Boudrie <rboudrie@chpc.org>
rda@mh.nl (Sietze Roorda)
reeds@research.att.com
Rene Boe Soerensen <rene@iesd.auc.dk>
rfall@mv.us.adobe.com (Richard Fall)
richardr@netcom.com (Richard L. Robertson)
rittle@comm.mot.com (Loren James Rittle)
Bob Dowling <rjd4@ucs.cam.ac.uk>
Rob Quinn <rjq@phys.ksu.edu>
Robert L Krawitz <rlk@think.com>
roberto@keltia.frmug.fr.net (Ollivier Robert)
rschnapp@metaflow.com (Russ Schnapp)
Rich Thomson <rthomson@dsd.es.com>
Ryan Bayne <ryan.bayne@canrem.com>
samuel@telmar.com (Samuel Druker)
science@oasys.dt.navy.mil (Mark Zimmermann)
"David A. Scocca" <scocca@gibbs.oit.unc.edu>
scs@eskimo.com (Steve Summit)
Scott E Kullberg <sekullbe@athena.mit.edu>
siler@cs.utk.edu
sjsmith@cs.umd.edu (Stephen Joseph Smith)
somogyi@macuser.ziff.com (Stephan Somogyi)
spirit@wildwood.demon.co.uk
Jason 'Think!' Steiner <steiner@jupiter.cse.utoledo.edu>
Steve Brinich <steve-b@access.digex.net>
Steve Coltrin <steve@constellation.ecn.uoknor.edu>
strnlght@netcom.com (David Sternlight)
stu@valinor.mythical.com (Stu Labovitz)
Christoph Weber-Fahr <supervisor@kit.uni-kl.de>
David Reeve Sward <sward+@cmu.edu>
tamsky@cco.caltech.edu (Marc A. Tamsky)
tcmay@netcom.com (Timothy C. May)
thursto1@husc.harvard.edu
tim@atri.curtin.edu.au (Tim Moors)
TSOS@uni-duesseldorf.de (Detlef Lannert)
uri@watson.ibm.com
VampLestat@eskimo.com
weemba@sagi.wistar.upenn.edu (Matthew P Wiener)
wiml@u.washington.edu
wombat@nfinit.enet.dec.com
fasttech!zeke@uu4.psi.com (Bohdan Tashchuk)

"no" votes (44):

Albert Amet <ACA@kan-dor.tallgrass.com>
ao443@yfn.ysu.edu
balr!vpnet!vpnet!vagrant@clout.chi.il.us
Alan P Barrett <barrett@daisy.ee.und.ac.za>
Scott Bennett <bennett@mp.cs.niu.edu>
biow@cs.umd.edu
Alexander EICHENER <C96@vm.hd-net.uni-heidelberg.de>
Po Shan Cheah <cheah@cs.columbia.edu>
chisnall@cosc.canterbury.ac.nz (The Technicolour Throw-up)
Kenneth P Crouch <crouchkp@kocrsv01.delcoelect.com>
ddjenkin@acs.ucalgary.ca
Eric Edward Moore <deathmaster+@cmu.edu>
"Eric J. Olson" <ejo@kaja.gi.alaska.edu>
emcguire@intellection.com (Ed McGuire)
franklig@gas.uug.arizona.edu (Gregory C Franklin )
Hardcore Alaskan <FSSPR@acad3.alaska.edu>
Greg_Manning@mindlink.bc.ca (Greg Manning)
gtf@gauss.math.rochester.edu (Geoffrey Falk)
hal@alumni.cco.caltech.edu (Hal Finney)
hud@netcom.com (Hud Nordin)
huntj%postoffice.agcs.com@agcs.com (Jeffrey Hunt, Great American)
jbs@watson.ibm.com
jsgreene@ll.mit.edu (John S. Greene)
jsy@palm.cray.com (Jeff Young)
julian@bongo.tele.com (Julian Macassey)
Kevin Junck <junck@okra.fnal.gov>
John Kasdan <kasdan@cs.columbia.edu>
LBennett.El_Segundo@xerox.com
Lyle_Seaman@transarc.com
mathew@mantis.co.uk (mathew)
mike@upolu.gsfc.nasa.gov (Mike Jones)
Murray Nesbitt <mjn@pseudo.uucp>
Paul.Tvete@ii.uib.no
peed@ivory.rtsg.mot.com (Andrew Peed)
plutchak@porter.geo.brown.edu (Joel Plutchak)
"Sendhil "Mr. Bubbles" Revuluri" <revu@midway.uchicago.edu>
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu (Richard H. Miller)
rkupiec@athena.mit.edu
"Ronnie B. Kon" <ronnie@cisco.com>
Tom Jaskiewicz <tomj@jac.enet.dec.com>
wcs@anchor.ho.att.com (Bill Stewart)
wdam@cds.proxima.alt.za
werner@soe.berkeley.edu (John Werner)
Olin Sibert <wos@oxford.com>

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