19 May 1997: uk.media.tv.sky
From: Iain Bowen <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 19 May 1997 23:20:22 GMT
Subject: RESULT: uk.media.tv.sky PASSES 38:8
Creation of unmoderation group uk.media.tv.sky PASSES 38:8
Voting Closed: 23:59:59, GMT, Tuesday 6th May 1997
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These results have been posted to the following newsgroups:
uk.media, uk.media.tv.misc, uk.media.tv.sf.misc, uk.media.tv.sf.babylon5,
uk.media.tv.sf.drwho, uk.media.tv.sf.startrek, uk.media.tv.sf.x-files,
uk.media.tv.sky: Discussing programmes on the British Sky Broadcasting network
The aim of this newsgroup is to provide a forum for the
discussion of programmes shown on the British Sky Broadcasting
network. Discussion of delivery and reception technology, for example
dishes and decoders, is forbidden.
In order to assist the threading of posts in the group, each header
should start with a suitable abbreviation of the show to which it
refers, in parentheses.
'(SAAB) What happened to the Wild Cards?'
SAAB = Space: Above and Beyond
'(M1) So who killed Jessica Costello?'
M1 = Murder One
This will allow readers to killfile threads concerning shows in
which they have no interest.
No advertising is be allowed, except for announcements of WWW
sites or email addresses to allow people to obtain further
No binaries of any kind are allowed; however pointers to
Sky-related binaries on WWW or FTP sites are acceptable.
54 people voted, 7 votes were invalid, there were 38 votes in favour and
8 votes against. One person abstained.
Ballots received and validated
Axis(at)netcomuk.co.uk Axis YES
adrian(at)ebc1.demon.co.uk Adrian Flaherty YES
allan(at)tread.demon.co.uk Allan Treadwell YES
am-lorusso(at)usa.net Antonio Lorusso YES
andymc(at)paragon.co.uk Andy McDermott YES
anne(at)hulme-regeneration.org.uk Anne Taylor NO
barry(at)boognish.demon.co.uk Barry Platt YES
bryanm(at)crthoris.demon.co.uk Bryan Morton YES
chasm(at)zetnet.co.uk James Lawson NO
chris(at)aimless.demon.co.uk Chris Keen YES
chris(at)boots.demon.co.uk Chris Boots YES
Claire.Speed(at)mailhost.mcc.ac.uk Claire Speed YES
dave(at)wcbs.demon.co.uk Dave Porter NO
davep(at)hagbard.demon.co.uk Dave Pearson YES
david(at)dwestron.demon.co.uk David Westron YES
david(at)leguer.demon.co.uk David Chamberlain YES
DJohnston1(at)compuserve.com Dave Johnston NO
gary(at)avtech.demon.co.uk Gary MacKenzie YES
graeme(at)agcomp.demon.co.uk Graeme Hendry YES
idaniel(at)jesus.ox.ac.uk Illtud Daniel YES
jeremy.rogers(at)zetnet.co.uk Jeremy Rogers NO
jml4(at)cus.cam.ac.uk John Line YES
john(at)optics.demon.co.uk John Murell YES
john.elliott(at)emarkt.com John Elliott YES
js(at)rocket.demon.co.uk James Sears YES
ken(at)kenhughes.prestel.co.uk Ken Hughes YES
keith(at)cowtown.demon.co.uk Keith Willoughby YES
Lesley(at)corwyn.demon.co.uk Lesley Simpson YES
les(at)tracker.demon.co.uk Les Carleton YES
Marcus(at)zenn.demon.co.uk Marcus Durham NO
Mike(at)mikecat.demon.co.uk Mike Cattell YES
maxine(at)iii.co.uk "Maxine" YES
mayalld(at)it.postoffice.co.uk Dave Mayall NO
mike(at)mail.zynet.co.uk Mike Hatton YES
miketan(at)duntone.demon.co.uk Mike Tan YES
pb10003(at)cus.cam.ac.uk Paul Bolchover ABS
richard(at)illuin.demon.co.uk Richard Letts NO
rjsliwa(at)dircon.co.uk Richard Sliwa YES
rogerv(at)btinternet.com Roger Venison YES
simon(at)bowline.demon.co.uk Simon Hurrell YEs
simon(at)star-one.org.uk Simon Gray YES
stephen(at)velveteen.demon.co.uk Stephen Beckwith YES
steven.clarke(at)keble.oxford.ac.uk Steven Clarke YES
ta5330(at)qmw.ac.uk Ade Oshineye YES
tgold(at)microvst.demon.co.uk Anthony Gold YES
tim(at)ezradon.co.uk Tim Mileson YES
twig(at)enterprise.net Ben Clarke YES
chrisj(at)mail.cybase.co.uk Ack Bounced
Damon(at)daro.demon.co.uk No Ballot
jerome(at)odonohoe.demon.co.uk References: header
rupert(at)tcpe.demon.co.uk Blank Ballot
A good ballot, all but one voter managed to keep the %%BALLOT symbol
which I nicked off another votetaker and the vast majority of ballots
were reasonably unmangled. There was a slight problem with acknowledgements
where there was no Subject: header - but I managed to persuade the author
of the software to alter it for me (he lives in the same house :-)).
Most of the invalids have been seen before, there was a surprisingly high
number of spamblocks and I will repeat once again - I will not piddle about
removing them. If you spamblock your mail and send a ballot then it will
not get counted. Now for this times new feature :-)
The References: header indicates that the ballot has been discarded as
the References header does not match a CFV message, or a message sent
by the votetaker. Unfortunately, many mailers don't use this rather
nice feature. *sigh*
 Just mailing a message, "I vote for this" is not valid.
Iain D. Bowen - Volunteer Votetaker, UK-VOTING. voting(at)harlech.demon.co.uk
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