Commit 7add5a8a authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Reduce use of @email in doc/misc

In many cases it serves no purpose.  It gets converted to mailto:
in html output, which is mainly just an invitation to get spam.

* doc/misc/erc.texi (Special Features): Update contact information.
(History): Avoid using @email.

* doc/misc/eshell.texi (Bugs and ideas): Minor updates.

* doc/misc/faq.texi (Reporting bugs, Origin of the term Emacs)
(Setting up a customization file)
(Using an already running Emacs process, Turning off beeping)
(Packages that do not come with Emacs)
(Replying to the sender of a message): Avoid using @email.

* doc/misc/pcl-cvs.texi (Contributors, Bugs): Avoid using @email.

* doc/misc/reftex.texi (Imprint): Avoid using @email.

* doc/misc/ses.texi (Top): Update bug reporting instructions.
(Acknowledgments): Avoid using @email.

* doc/misc/woman.texi (Introduction, Background): Remove outdated information.
(Bugs, Acknowledgments): Avoid using @email.
parent 6758206c
2013-07-25 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* erc.texi (Special Features): Update contact information.
(History): Avoid using @email.
* eshell.texi (Bugs and ideas): Minor updates.
* faq.texi (Reporting bugs, Origin of the term Emacs)
(Setting up a customization file)
(Using an already running Emacs process, Turning off beeping)
(Packages that do not come with Emacs)
(Replying to the sender of a message): Avoid using @email.
* pcl-cvs.texi (Contributors, Bugs): Avoid using @email.
* reftex.texi (Imprint): Avoid using @email.
* ses.texi (Top): Update bug reporting instructions.
(Acknowledgments): Avoid using @email.
* woman.texi (Introduction, Background): Remove outdated information.
(Bugs, Acknowledgments): Avoid using @email.
2013-07-06 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* mh-e.texi: Fix external links.
......
......@@ -235,8 +235,8 @@ forwards.
Different channels and servers may have different language encodings.
In addition, it is possible to translate the messages that ERC uses into
multiple languages. Please contact the developers of ERC at
@email{erc-discuss@@gnu.org} if you are interested in helping with the
multiple languages. Please contact the Emacs developers
if you are interested in helping with the
translation effort.
@item user scripting
......@@ -784,9 +784,9 @@ To report a bug in ERC, use @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug}.
@chapter History
@cindex history, of ERC
ERC was originally written by Alexander L. Belikoff
@email{abel@@bfr.co.il} and Sergey Berezin
@email{sergey.berezin@@cs.cmu.edu}. They stopped development around
@c abel@@bfr.co.il, sergey.berezin@@cs.cmu.edu
ERC was originally written by Alexander L. Belikoff and Sergey Berezin.
They stopped development around
December 1999. Their last released version was ERC 2.0.
P.S.: If one of the original developers of ERC reads this, we'd like to
......@@ -796,8 +796,9 @@ general.
@itemize
@item 2001
In June 2001, Mario Lang @email{mlang@@delysid.org} and Alex Schroeder
@email{alex@@gnu.org} took over development and created a ERC Project at
@c mlang@@delysid.org, alex@@gnu.org
In June 2001, Mario Lang and Alex Schroeder
took over development and created a ERC Project at
@uref{http://sourceforge.net/projects/erc}.
In reaction to a mail about the new ERC development effort, Sergey
......@@ -825,7 +826,8 @@ ERC 4.0 was released.
@item 2005
ERC 5.0 was released. Michael Olson @email{mwolson@@gnu.org} became
@c mwolson@@gnu.org
ERC 5.0 was released. Michael Olson became
the release manager and eventually the maintainer.
After some discussion between him and the Emacs developers, it was
......
......@@ -800,16 +800,18 @@ Eshell module.} You also need to load the following as shown:
@cindex known bugs
@cindex bugs, known
If you find a bug or misfeature, don't hesitate to let me know! Send
email to @email{johnw@@gnu.org}. Feature requests should also be sent
there. I prefer discussing one thing at a time. If you find several
If you find a bug or misfeature, don't hesitate to report it, by
using @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug}. The same applies to feature requests.
It is best to discuss one thing at a time. If you find several
unrelated bugs, please report them separately.
@ignore
If you have ideas for improvements, or if you have written some
extensions to this package, I would like to hear from you. I hope you
find this package useful!
@end ignore
Below is a complete list of known problems with Eshell version 2.4.2,
Below is a list of some known problems with Eshell version 2.4.2,
which is the version included with Emacs 22.
@table @asis
......
......@@ -445,9 +445,9 @@ mail-to-news gateway).
The correct way to report Emacs bugs is to use the command
@kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug}. It sets up a mail buffer with the
essential information and the correct e-mail address, which is
@email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} for the released versions of Emacs.
Anything sent to @email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} also appears in the
essential information and the correct e-mail address,
@email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org}.
Anything sent there also appears in the
newsgroup @uref{news:gnu.emacs.bug}, but please use e-mail instead of
news to submit the bug report. This ensures a reliable return address
so you can be contacted for further details.
......@@ -460,13 +460,17 @@ report (@pxref{Bugs, , Reporting Bugs, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}).
RMS says:
@quotation
Sending bug reports to @email{help-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} (which has the
effect of posting on @uref{news:gnu.emacs.help}) is undesirable because
it takes the time of an unnecessarily large group of people, most of
whom are just users and have no idea how to fix these problem.
@email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} reaches a much smaller group of people
who are more likely to know what to do and have expressed a wish to
receive more messages about Emacs than the others.
Sending bug reports to
@url{http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/help-gnu-emacs,
the help-gnu-emacs mailing list}
(which has the effect of posting on @uref{news:gnu.emacs.help}) is
undesirable because it takes the time of an unnecessarily large group
of people, most of whom are just users and have no idea how to fix
these problem.
@url{http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-gnu-emacs, The
bug-gnu-emacs list} reaches a much smaller group of people who are
more likely to know what to do and have expressed a wish to receive
more messages about Emacs than the others.
@end quotation
RMS says it is sometimes fine to post to @uref{news:gnu.emacs.help}:
......@@ -961,7 +965,8 @@ by RMS for the editor TECO (Text Editor and COrrector, originally Tape
Editor and COrrector) under ITS (the Incompatible Timesharing System) on
a PDP-10. RMS had already extended TECO with a ``real-time''
full-screen mode with reprogrammable keys. Emacs was started by
@email{gls@@east.sun.com, Guy Steele} as a project to unify the many
@c gls@@east.sun.com
Guy Steele as a project to unify the many
divergent TECO command sets and key bindings at MIT, and completed by
RMS.
......@@ -1341,7 +1346,9 @@ of files from Macintosh, Microsoft, and Unix platforms.
In general, new Emacs users should not be provided with @file{.emacs}
files, because this can cause confusing non-standard behavior. Then
they send questions to @email{help-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} asking why Emacs
they send questions to
@url{http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/help-gnu-emacs,
the help-gnu-emacs mailing list} asking why Emacs
isn't behaving as documented.
Emacs includes the Customize facility (@pxref{Using Customize}). This
......@@ -1806,7 +1813,8 @@ requested by @code{emacsclient}, Emacs will switch to it; otherwise
@cindex @code{gnuserv}
There is an alternative version of @samp{emacsclient} called
@samp{gnuserv}, written by @email{ange@@hplb.hpl.hp.com, Andy Norman}
@c ange@@hplb.hpl.hp.com
@samp{gnuserv}, written by Andy Norman
(@pxref{Packages that do not come with Emacs}). @samp{gnuserv} uses
Internet domain sockets, so it can work across most network connections.
......@@ -1974,7 +1982,8 @@ On some systems, @key{Insert} toggles @code{overwrite-mode} on and off.
@cindex Visible bell
@cindex Bell, visible
@email{martin@@cc.gatech.edu, Martin R. Frank} writes:
@c martin@@cc.gatech.edu
Martin R. Frank writes:
Tell Emacs to use the @dfn{visible bell} instead of the audible bell,
and set the visible bell to nothing.
......@@ -3305,7 +3314,7 @@ to get more details about the features that it offers, and then if you
wish, Emacs can download and automatically install it for you.
@uref{http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/sje30/emacs/ell.html, The Emacs Lisp
List (ELL)}, maintained by @email{S.J.Eglen@@damtp.cam.ac.uk, Stephen Eglen},
List (ELL)}, maintained by Stephen Eglen,
aims to provide one compact list with links to all of the current Emacs
Lisp files on the Internet. The ELL can be browsed over the web, or
from Emacs with @uref{http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/sje30/emacs/ell.el,
......@@ -4314,7 +4323,8 @@ these systems, you should configure @code{movemail} to use @code{flock}.
@cindex Sender, replying only to
@cindex Rmail, replying to the sender of a message in
@email{isaacson@@seas.upenn.edu, Ron Isaacson} says: When you hit
@c isaacson@@seas.upenn.edu
Ron Isaacson says: When you hit
@key{r} to reply in Rmail, by default it CCs all of the original
recipients (everyone on the original @samp{To} and @samp{CC}
lists). With a prefix argument (i.e., typing @kbd{C-u} before @key{r}),
......
......@@ -172,17 +172,20 @@ Per Cederqvist wrote most of the otherwise unattributed functions in
PCL-CVS as well as all the documentation.
@item
@email{inge@@lysator.liu.se, Inge Wallin} wrote the skeleton of
@c inge@@lysator.liu.se
Inge Wallin wrote the skeleton of
@file{pcl-cvs.texi}, and gave useful comments on it. He also wrote
the files @file{elib-node.el} and @file{compile-all.el}. The file
@file{cookie.el} was inspired by Inge.@refill
@item
@email{linus@@lysator.liu.se, Linus Tolke} contributed useful comments
@c linus@@lysator.liu.se
Linus Tolke contributed useful comments
on both the functionality and the documentation.@refill
@item
@email{jwz@@jwz.com, Jamie Zawinski} contributed
@c jwz@@jwz.com
Jamie Zawinski contributed
@file{pcl-cvs-lucid.el}, which was later renamed to
@file{pcl-cvs-xemacs.el}.@refill
......@@ -191,34 +194,40 @@ Leif Lonnblad contributed RCVS support (since superseded by the new
remote CVS support).
@item
@email{jimb@@cyclic.com, Jim Blandy} contributed hooks to automatically
@c jimb@@cyclic.com
Jim Blandy contributed hooks to automatically
guess CVS log entries from @file{ChangeLog} contents, and initial support of
the new Cygnus / Cyclic remote CVS, as well as various sundry bug fixes
and cleanups.
@item
@email{kingdon@@cyclic.com, Jim Kingdon} contributed lots of fixes to
@c kingdon@@cyclic.com
Jim Kingdon contributed lots of fixes to
the build and installation procedure.
@item
@email{woods@@weird.com, Greg A. Woods} contributed code to implement
@c woods@@weird.com
Greg A. Woods contributed code to implement
the use of per-file diff buffers, and vendor join diffs with emerge and
ediff, as well as various and sundry bug fixes and cleanups.
@item
@email{greg.klanderman@@alum.mit.edu, Greg Klanderman} implemented
@c greg.klanderman@@alum.mit.edu
Greg Klanderman implemented
toggling of marked files, setting of CVS command flags via prefix
arguments, updated the XEmacs support, updated the manual, and fixed
numerous bugs.
@item
@email{monnier@@gnu.org, Stefan Monnier} added a slew of other
@c monnier@@gnu.org
Stefan Monnier added a slew of other
features and introduced even more new bugs. If there's any bug left,
you can be sure it's his.
@item
@c wordy to avoid an underfull hbox
@email{masata-y@@is.aist-nara.ac.jp, Masatake YAMATO} made a gracious
@c masata-y@@is.aist-nara.ac.jp
Masatake YAMATO made a gracious
contribution of his cvstree code to display a tree of tags which was later
superseded by the new @code{cvs-status-mode}.
@end itemize
......@@ -1369,18 +1378,19 @@ Used to highlight CVS messages.
@cindex FAQ
@cindex Problems, list of common
If you find a bug or misfeature, don't hesitate to tell us! Send email
to @email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} which is gatewayed to the newsgroup
@samp{gnu.emacs.bugs}. Feature requests should also be sent there. We
prefer discussing one thing at a time. If you find several unrelated
If you find a bug or misfeature, don't hesitate to tell us!
Use @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug} to send us a report.
You can follow the same process for feature requests.
We prefer discussing one thing at a time. If you find several unrelated
bugs, please report them separately. If you are running PCL-CVS under
XEmacs, you should also send a copy of bug reports to
@email{xemacs-beta@@xemacs.org}.
the @url{http://lists.xemacs.org/mailman/listinfo/xemacs-beta,
XEmacs mailing list}.
If you have problems using PCL-CVS or other questions, send them to
@email{help-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org}, which is gatewayed to the
@samp{gnu.emacs.help} newsgroup. This is a good place to get help, as
is @email{cvs-info@@gnu.org}, gatewayed to @samp{gnu.cvs.help}.
the @url{http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/help-gnu-emacs,
help-gnu-emacs mailing list}. This is a good place to get help, as is
the @url{http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/info-cvs, info-cvs list}.
If you have ideas for improvements, or if you have written some
extensions to this package, we would like to hear from you. We hope that
......
......@@ -3637,8 +3637,8 @@ With @i{Viper} mode prior to Vipers version 3.01, you need to protect
@cindex @code{http}, @RefTeX{} home page
@cindex @code{ftp}, @RefTeX{} site
@RefTeX{} was written by @i{Carsten Dominik}
@email{dominik@@science.uva.nl}, with contributions by @i{Stephen
@c dominik@@science.uva.nl
@RefTeX{} was written by @i{Carsten Dominik}, with contributions by @i{Stephen
Eglen}. @RefTeX{} is currently maintained by @value{MAINTAINER}, see
the @value{MAINTAINERSITE} for detailed information.
......
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ by formulas that can refer to the values of other cells.
@end display
@end ifnottex
To report bugs, send email to @email{jyavner@@member.fsf.org}.
To report bugs, use @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug}.
@insertcopying
......@@ -938,39 +938,62 @@ cell.
Coding by:
@quotation
Jonathan Yavner @email{jyavner@@member.fsf.org}@*
Stefan Monnier @email{monnier@@gnu.org}@*
Shigeru Fukaya @email{shigeru.fukaya@@gmail.com}
@c jyavner@@member.fsf.org
Jonathan Yavner,
@c monnier@@gnu.org
Stefan Monnier,
@c shigeru.fukaya@@gmail.com
Shigeru Fukaya
@end quotation
@noindent
Texinfo manual by:
@quotation
Jonathan Yavner @email{jyavner@@member.fsf.org}@*
Brad Collins <brad@@chenla.org>
@c jyavner@@member.fsf.org
Jonathan Yavner,
@c brad@@chenla.org
Brad Collins
@end quotation
@noindent
Ideas from:
@quotation
Christoph Conrad @email{christoph.conrad@@gmx.de}@*
CyberBob @email{cyberbob@@redneck.gacracker.org}@*
Syver Enstad @email{syver-en@@online.no}@*
Ami Fischman @email{fischman@@zion.bpnetworks.com}@*
Thomas Gehrlein @email{Thomas.Gehrlein@@t-online.de}@*
Chris F.A. Johnson @email{c.f.a.johnson@@rogers.com}@*
Yusong Li @email{lyusong@@hotmail.com}@*
Juri Linkov @email{juri@@jurta.org}@*
Harald Maier @email{maierh@@myself.com}@*
Alan Nash @email{anash@@san.rr.com}@*
François Pinard @email{pinard@@iro.umontreal.ca}@*
Pedro Pinto @email{ppinto@@cs.cmu.edu}@*
Stefan Reichör @email{xsteve@@riic.at}@*
Oliver Scholz @email{epameinondas@@gmx.de}@*
Richard M. Stallman @email{rms@@gnu.org}@*
Luc Teirlinck @email{teirllm@@dms.auburn.edu}@*
J. Otto Tennant @email{jotto@@pobox.com}@*
Jean-Philippe Theberge @email{jphil@@acs.pagesjaunes.fr}
@c christoph.conrad@@gmx.de
Christoph Conrad,
@c cyberbob@@redneck.gacracker.org
CyberBob,
@c syver-en@@online.no
Syver Enstad,
@c fischman@@zion.bpnetworks.com
Ami Fischman,
@c Thomas.Gehrlein@@t-online.de
Thomas Gehrlein,
@c c.f.a.johnson@@rogers.com
Chris F.A.@: Johnson,
@c lyusong@@hotmail.com
Yusong Li,
@c juri@@jurta.org
Juri Linkov,
@c maierh@@myself.com
Harald Maier,
@c anash@@san.rr.com
Alan Nash,
@c pinard@@iro.umontreal.ca
François Pinard,
@c ppinto@@cs.cmu.edu
Pedro Pinto,
@c xsteve@@riic.at
Stefan Reichör,
@c epameinondas@@gmx.de
Oliver Scholz,
@c rms@@gnu.org
Richard M. Stallman,
@c teirllm@@dms.auburn.edu
Luc Teirlinck,
@c jotto@@pobox.com
J. Otto Tennant,
@c jphil@@acs.pagesjaunes.fr
Jean-Philippe Theberge
@end quotation
@c ===================================================================
......
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
@settitle WoMan: Browse Unix Manual Pages ``W.O. (without) Man''
@c FIXME
@c Manual last updated:
@set UPDATED Time-stamp: <2013-02-12 09:05:54 eggert>
@set UPDATED Time-stamp: <Wed 24-Jul-2013 21:17:53 rgm on fencepost.gnu.org>
@c Software version:
@set VERSION 0.54 (beta)
@afourpaper
......@@ -114,10 +114,7 @@ version of Emacs. It was developed primarily on various versions of
Microsoft Windows, but has also been tested on MS-DOS, and various
versions of UNIX and GNU/Linux.
WoMan is distributed with GNU Emacs. In addition, the current source
code and documentation files are available from
@uref{http://centaur.maths.qmw.ac.uk/Emacs/WoMan/, the WoMan web
server}.
WoMan is distributed with GNU Emacs.
WoMan implements a subset of the formatting performed by the Emacs
@code{man} (or @code{manual-entry}) command to format a Unix-style
......@@ -157,11 +154,7 @@ which begin with the prefix @code{woman-} (or occasionally
either running the command @code{woman-mini-help} or selecting the WoMan
menu option @samp{Mini Help}.
WoMan is (of course) still under development! Please
@email{F.J.Wright@@qmw.ac.uk, let me know} what doesn't work---I am
adding and improving functionality as testing shows that it is
necessary. Guidance on reporting bugs is given below. @xref{Bugs, ,
Reporting Bugs}.
Guidance on reporting bugs is given below. @xref{Bugs, , Reporting Bugs}.
@c ===================================================================
......@@ -286,6 +279,7 @@ of the facilities implemented in the Emacs @code{man} library. WoMan
and man can happily co-exist, which is very useful for comparison and
debugging purposes.
@ignore
@code{nroff} simulates non-@acronym{ASCII} characters by using one or more
@acronym{ASCII} characters. WoMan should be able to do much better than
this. I have recently begun to add support for WoMan to use more of the
......@@ -294,6 +288,7 @@ aspect that I intend to develop further in the near future. It should
be possible to move WoMan from an emulation of @code{nroff} to an
emulation of @code{troff} as GNU Emacs moves to providing bit-mapped
display facilities.
@end ignore
@node Finding, Browsing, Background, Top
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
......@@ -1321,8 +1316,8 @@ try the latest version of @file{woman.el} from the Emacs repository
on @uref{http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/emacs/}. If it still fails, please
@item
send a bug report to @email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org} and to
@email{F.J.Wright@@qmw.ac.uk}. Please include the entry from the
use @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug} to send a bug report.
Please include the entry from the
@code{*WoMan-Log*} buffer relating to the problem file, together with
a brief description of the problem. Please indicate where you got the
man source file from, but do not send it unless asked to send it.
......@@ -1342,43 +1337,80 @@ I also thank the following for helpful suggestions, bug reports, code
fragments, general interest, etc.:
@quotation
Jari Aalto, @email{jari.aalto@@cs.tpu.fi}@*
Dean Andrews, @email{dean@@dra.com}@*
Juanma Barranquero, @email{barranquero@@laley-actualidad.es}@*
Karl Berry, @email{kb@@cs.umb.edu}@*
Jim Chapman, @email{jchapman@@netcomuk.co.uk}@*
Frederic Corne, @email{frederic.corne@@erli.fr}@*
Peter Craft, @email{craft@@alacritech.com}@*
Charles Curley, @email{ccurley@@trib.com}@*
Jim Davidson, @email{jdavidso@@teknowledge.com}@*
Kevin D'Elia, @email{Kevin.DElia@@mci.com}@*
John Fitch, @email{jpff@@maths.bath.ac.uk}@*
Hans Frosch, @email{jwfrosch@@rish.b17c.ingr.com}@*
Guy Gascoigne-Piggford, @email{ggp@@informix.com}@*
Brian Gorka, @email{gorkab@@sanchez.com}@*
Nicolai Henriksen, @email{nhe@@lyngso-industri.dk}@*
Thomas Herchenroeder, @email{the@@software-ag.de}@*
Alexander Hinds, @email{ahinds@@thegrid.net}@*
Stefan Hornburg, @email{sth@@hacon.de}@*
Theodore Jump, @email{tjump@@cais.com}@*
Paul Kinnucan, @email{paulk@@mathworks.com}@*
Jonas Linde, @email{jonas@@init.se}@*
Andrew McRae, @email{andrewm@@optimation.co.nz}@*
Howard Melman, @email{howard@@silverstream.com}@*
Dennis Pixton, @email{dennis@@math.binghamton.edu}@*
T. V. Raman, @email{raman@@Adobe.com}@*
Bruce Ravel, @email{bruce.ravel@@nist.gov}@*
Benjamin Riefenstahl, @email{benny@@crocodial.de}@*
Kevin Ruland, @email{kruland@@seistl.com}@*
Tom Schutter, @email{tom@@platte.com}@*
Wei-Xue Shi, @email{wxshi@@ma.neweb.ne.jp}@*
Fabio Somenzi, @email{fabio@@joplin.colorado.edu}@*
Karel Sprenger, @email{ks@@ic.uva.nl}@*
Chris Szurgot, @email{szurgot@@itribe.net}@*
Paul A. Thompson, @email{pat@@po.cwru.edu}@*
Arrigo Triulzi, @email{arrigo@@maths.qmw.ac.uk}@*
Geoff Voelker, @email{voelker@@cs.washington.edu}@*
Eli Zaretskii, @email{eliz@@is.elta.co.il}
@c jari.aalto@@cs.tpu.fi
Jari Aalto,
@c dean@@dra.com
Dean Andrews,
@c barranquero@@laley-actualidad.es
Juanma Barranquero,
@c kb@@cs.umb.edu
Karl Berry,
@c jchapman@@netcomuk.co.uk
Jim Chapman,
@c frederic.corne@@erli.fr
Frederic Corne,
@c craft@@alacritech.com
Peter Craft,
@c ccurley@@trib.com
Charles Curley,
@c jdavidso@@teknowledge.com
Jim Davidson,
@c Kevin.DElia@@mci.com
Kevin D'Elia,
@c jpff@@maths.bath.ac.uk
John Fitch,
@c jwfrosch@@rish.b17c.ingr.com
Hans Frosch,
@c ggp@@informix.com
Guy Gascoigne-Piggford,
@c gorkab@@sanchez.com
Brian Gorka,
@c nhe@@lyngso-industri.dk
Nicolai Henriksen,
@c the@@software-ag.de
Thomas Herchenroeder,
@c ahinds@@thegrid.net
Alexander Hinds,
@c sth@@hacon.de
Stefan Hornburg,
@c tjump@@cais.com
Theodore Jump,
@c paulk@@mathworks.com
Paul Kinnucan,
@c jonas@@init.se
Jonas Linde,
@c andrewm@@optimation.co.nz
Andrew McRae,
@c howard@@silverstream.com
Howard Melman,
@c dennis@@math.binghamton.edu
Dennis Pixton,
@c raman@@Adobe.com
T. V. Raman,
@c bruce.ravel@@nist.gov
Bruce Ravel,
@c benny@@crocodial.de
Benjamin Riefenstahl,
@c kruland@@seistl.com
Kevin Ruland,
@c tom@@platte.com
Tom Schutter,
@c wxshi@@ma.neweb.ne.jp
Wei-Xue Shi,
@c fabio@@joplin.colorado.edu
Fabio Somenzi,
@c ks@@ic.uva.nl
Karel Sprenger,
@c szurgot@@itribe.net
Chris Szurgot,
@c pat@@po.cwru.edu
Paul A. Thompson,
@c arrigo@@maths.qmw.ac.uk
Arrigo Triulzi,
@c voelker@@cs.washington.edu
Geoff Voelker,
@c eliz@@is.elta.co.il
Eli Zaretskii
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