CALL FOR VOTES: Tropical Biology Newsgroup

Dave Kristofferson kristoff at GENBANK.BIO.NET
Fri Jan 3 13:50:22 EST 1992


I have received the following proposal for a new newsgroup and am
putting it out to vote.  For the purposes of the vote we can refer to
the newsgroup as bionet.tropical as suggested but the name will
probably be slightly modified if approved.  Please read the following
proposal and then, if you would like to particpate in such a
newsgroup, send a message containing the line

YES ON TROPICAL

to one of the following addresses (whichever is most convenient for
you):

Address                               Location        Network
-------                               --------        -------
biovote at irlearn.ucd.ie                Ireland         EARN/BITNET
biovote at uk.ac.daresbury               U.K.            JANET
biovote at bmc.uu.se                     Sweden          Internet
biovote at genbank.bio.net               U.S.A.          Internet/BITNET


Voting will continue until 3 March 1991 and the group must receive at
least 40 votes to be established.

				Sincerely,

				Dave Kristofferson
				GenBank Manager

				kristoff at genbank.bio.net
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Date: Fri, 3 Jan 1992 14:31 EET
From: MNUMMELIN at cc.Helsinki.FI
Subject: BIOSCI Newsgroups - Changes
To: kristoff
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PROPOSAL FOR A NEW BIOSCI GROUP

I propose a vote for establishing a new BIOSCI
group for tropical biology (bionet.tropical).

The newsgroup would be for information channel on tropical
biology matters including e.g. announcements on meetings,
courses, recent advances on the field and discussion. 

The intensifying world-wide cowork between biologists interested
in tropical biology is the basis for the need for a special group
in BIOSCI for tropical biology.

Matti Nummelin, Ph.D.
National coordinator of tropical biology
studies in Finland
Dept. Botany
Univ. Helsinki
H{meent. 153 B
SF-00560 Helsinki
Finland

Internet: Matti.Nummelin at Helsinki.FI





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