c.i.w3 instead of mailing list

kevin@scic.intel.com (Kevin Altis)
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Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1993 11:31:20 -0800
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From: kevin@scic.intel.com (Kevin Altis)
Subject: c.i.w3 instead of mailing list
Marc and a few others have expressed the desire to move to USENET
completely so we don't carry on the technical conversations on www-talk,
which doesn't have a high reliability level. I would like to move to
USENET, but c.i.w3 has a high noise level, so if we make a complete switch
I think a proposal needs to go forth for comp.infosystems.www.programmers
or some such list. I don't remember the voting rules offhand, so besides
having to wait a few weeks or more for getting a new USENET group started
we also need enough votes and 2/3 of those YES to get started. Do we have
critical mass? What do you think?