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Final CFV: comp.databases.oracle Periodic FAQ Post

Section 1. Ballot:

1.[]YES NO: I agree that there should be a periodic post
describing the newsgroup charter and providing a FAQ on
newsgroup usage.

2.[]MONTHLY BI-WEEKLY WEEKLY: The post should be transmitted
with this frequency.

3.[]YES NO: I agree that the contents should be maintained and
posted by Mark Stock, with Hans Forbrich as backup.

4.[]YES NO: I agree that the initial contents should be as
shown in section 3 below.

5.[Voter Name]:

Additional comments to be included in the posted summary:
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Please remove everything below the above line (after reading the

Remember to send to mailto:cd********@telus.net - replies to
the NG will be ignored. Use a verifiable email address.

The question number, followed by the response in square brackets,
are required. All other information will be discarded.
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Section 2. Rules:

This Call For Votes is to ensure respondents agree with the
periodic posting of the Newsgroup charter and Usage Rules as
described in section 3 below.

All ballots must be received by 23:59:59 UTC on Jan 24, 2004.
The email address will be disabled within 48 hours after this

Follow these instructions *exactly*! Votes are counted by
computer. You should send E-MAIL (posts to a newsgroup are
invalid) to:


The subject line MUST end with

CFV: comp.databases.oracle Periodic FAQ Post

Note that a prefix, such as RE: is permitted.

Please do not assume that just replying to this message will
work. Check the address before you mail your vote. Your mail
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- One line for each response;
- Each line should contain the line number, a period, an open
bracket, the information, a closed bracket;
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- The permitted responses for 1-4 are indicated after the closing
bracket and you may copy that into the response area;
- In addition, you may enter a response of ABSTAIN or CANCEL
for questions 1-4;
- Your real name is required in response 5 and must be enclosed by
the brackets..

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You may also vote ABSTAIN (which records an empty vote) or CANCEL
(which removes any earlier votes). ABSTAIN does not affect the final
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Votes mailed by WWW/HTML/CGI forms are considered to be anonymous
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Vote counting is automated. Failure to follow these directions may
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acknowledgment of your vote within five days contact the votetaker
about the problem. It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is
registered correctly. Duplicate votes are resolved in favor of the
most recent valid vote. Names and votes of all voters will be
published in the final voting results post. **Addresses will NOT be

The purpose of a Usenet vote is to determine the genuine interest of
persons who would read a proposed newsgroup. Soliciting votes from
disinterested parties defeats this purpose. Please do not distribute
this CFV. If you must, direct people to the official CFV as posted to
news.announce.newgroups. Distributing pre-marked or otherwise edited
copies of this CFV is generally considered to be vote fraud. When in
doubt, ask the votetaker.


Questions should be addressed to the same email address by should
have a subject of

QUESTION: comp.databases.oracle Periodic FAQ Post

Questions after the vote taker address is disabled may be directed
to or********@telus.net.

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Section 3: Proposed post:

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Subject: News group Charter and usage FAQ
Charter: (Based on formal RFC vote in December 1996)

Comp.databases.oracle has been renamed comp.databases.oracle.misc.
Please do not post to this newsgroup anymore.

For more information, refer to http://www.orafaq.com/usenet/charter5.htm

This post will be repeated on a weekly basis.

Feedback on this post can be directed to the news group or can be sent
to the post maintainers at mailto:or********@telus.net or mailto:????
with a subject line starting with 'Maint. (cdo.tools):' (Note: Email
these addresses that do not use the subject prefix will be automatically
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