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From: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG)
Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.nwsltr
Subject: CAIN Newsletter Supplement: 30-Nov-94 #0108
Reply-To: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Atari SIG)
Date: Sun Dec  4 20:01:31 1994



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                         Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG's
                Who's Who in the Atari Community E-Mail Directory
                               Updated: 11-25-94

The following people are members of the Atari Community that do things that
helps Atari users and the Atari Community in some way on a continuous basis.
They are Atari BBS sysops, dealers, developers, publishers, user group
presidents, writers, FAQ maintainers, etc.  They are even Atari employees.

Everyone on this list gave their permission to be on this list.

If you contribute some way to help others in the Atari Community on a
continuous basis and would like to be made more available through e-mail
incase someone wishes to contact you, please send e-mail to the
Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG at: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.edu

Report any changes to: xx004@cleveland.Freenet.edu

This list may not be reprinted for profit.
 
Atari user groups may reprint this list without permission as long as
the following information is included on the top of this text file:

      Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG's
      "Who's Who in the Atari Community E-Mail Directory"
      telnet freenet-in-a.cwru.edu
      (216)/368-3888
      type 'go atari' at any menu
 
Press "/" at the page break and then the last name of the individual
that you wish to contact.  If the individual is listed, information should
appear on the screen.

Arranged in alphabetical order (last name first).

NAME                                ADDRESS(ES)
            INVOLVEMENT

Ackerman, Dan.......................dackerma@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
            Atari Developer, Falcon030 C programmer, Jaguar programmer
Allison, Warwick....................warwick@cs.uq.oz.au
            Author of GEM++ class library; GNU C++ help;  GEM ports of
            UNIX software: nethack, gnuchess
Bhabuta, Denesh (Danny).............cpadb@cent1.lancs.ac.uk
                                    pddanny@micros.hensa.ac.uk
                                    danny@micros.hensa.ac.uk
            Atari P.D. file moderator for The Higher Education National
            Software Archive (HENSA/micros) micros.hensa.ac.uk
            login and password both: hensa
Bussche, Egbert Jan van den.........busscheh@ksepl.nl
            Registered SpeedoGDOS Developer, working on: Epson Stylus 800
            driver, always looking for other speedogdos developers to
            exchange knowledge
Boardman, Robert....................redfrog@io.org
            8-bit Vice President of the Toronto Atari Federation (with
            over 200 members)
Boom, Marcel........................mboom@mswe.dnet.ms.philips.nl
            Developer of CD archive program (audio), several database
            programs such as musicians, instruments, supporters, etc.,
            video archive cataloger.  Familiar with PureC with ACS-pro
            and willing to help others with this software
Cantin, Barry W.....................aa852@cleveland.freenet.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG Lynx Support Area SIGOp
Chemla, Laurent.....................laurent@brasil.frmug.fr.net
                                    brainstorm@brasil.frmug.fr.net
            Brainstorm Developer (Communication, hardware link, system
            development), development tools, system and DSP programs,
            high-end algorithm software. Atari products: Adebug/Assemble,
            official Atari DSP Debugger, and own JPEG/MPEG decoders
Chu, Howard.........................howard@lloyd.com
            Atari developer, Falcon030 programmer, maintainer and tech
            support at atari.archive.umich.edu, GCC development, MiNT
            development, TCP/IP networking development.  Developer of
            Pleiades Research Corp's (formerly Digital-Optical-Analog)
            Digital Storefront voicemail system (formerly "BlackMail")
Clifton, Don........................don@u.washington.edu
                                    GENIE: D.CLIFTON4
            SpiritWare Developer (Bible study tools)
Cole, John..........................j.cole@lexicor.com
                                    Lexicor@world.std.com
                                    CIS: 75300,763
                                    GENIE: LEXICOR
                                    Delphi: LEXICOR, LEXICORWORLD
            Lexicor Developer
Cunningham, Edward..................ecunning@heartland.bradley.edu
                                    as824@cleveland.freenet.edu
            Info-Atari16 Digest mailing list moderator
Current, Michael....................mcurrent@carleton.edu
                                    UUCP: ...!umn-cs!ccnfld!mcurrent
                                    Cleve. F.N.: aa700@cleveland.freenet.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net 8-bit Atari SIGOp
            Maintainer of the Usenet/Internet 8-bit Atari FAQ List
            Maintainer of the Usenet/Internet 8-bit Atari Vendor/Developer List
DiMasi, Nick........................nickd@vpnet.chi.il.us
                                    dimasi@comm.mot.com
            Suburban Chicago ATarians (SCAT) users' group (8-bit,ST/TT/Falcon)
Dunham, Jerry.......................dunham@mpd.tandem.com
                                    dunham_jerry@tandem.com
            Austin Atari Computer Enthusiasts e-mail and Usenet news organizer,
            maintainer of user group product database, 5 8-bit Atari's, 4 ST's
Grabnar, Matija.....................matija.grabnar@ijs.si
            Largest Slovenian computer magazine--Atari Department Head
Graham, Craig.......................craig.graham@newcastle.ac.uk
            CLA digital design system, F030 DSP MOD Library-only PD video
            digital digitizer to give better than commercial performance
            on Falcon030
Guy, Travis.........................aeo.mag@genie.geis.com
                                    aeo_mag@delphi.com
                                    70007.3615@compuserve.com
            Editor, AEO--Atari Explorer Online magazine (92-)
            GFA BASIC hacker; 680x0, 6502 knowledgable, Assistant Editor--
            ST Informer (87-91)
Heller, Andrew K....................root@akh104.rh.psu.edu
            System Administrator of temp jag site on akh104.rh.psu.edu,
            includes: avi files, screen shots, faq, and various other Jag facts
Herborth, Chris.....................herborth@53iss6.waterloo.ncr.com
                                    cherborth@semprini.waterloo-rdp.on.ca
            UNIX applications ports: official Atari port of INFO-ZIP's free
            unzip application, a varient of NetHack (called netHack--),
            ported text adventure Dinkum, working on porting Angband 2.5,
            GEM development using GNU C++ and Warwick Allison's GEM++ library,
            user-tech-support via email and comp.sys.atari.s, help users
            get UUCP connections on their ST, and beta tester of software
Hern, William.......................whern@bnr.ca
            "ST Applications" UK Magazine, Desktop Discussion columnist
Horvat, Fred........................ap748@cleveland.freenet.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG Portfolio Support Area SIGOp
Jung, Robert A......................rjung@netcom.com
            Maintainer of the Atari Lynx FAQ, Atari Lynx HyperStack,
            Jaguar FAQ, Writer--Internet Lynx game reviews, Writer--
            AtariUser magazine, miscellaneous Lynx and Jaguar Q&A stuff
Lake, Marshall......................mlake@irscscm.uucp
                                    UUCP: ...!uunet!media!irscscm!mlake
                                          ...!uunet!mimsy!bogart!irscscm!mlake
                                    GEnie: mlake@genie.geis.com or MLAKE
                                    CIS: 73717.3174
            TEAM Software Developer, software includes: "A Day at the Races"
            (ADAR), "A Day at the Races Companion" (ADARC), Owned by:
            Marshall Lake, Piet Francke
Lavi, Mark..........................marklavi@delphi.com
                                    mlavi@bix.com
            Delphi--Technical Associate, Online Services, reference for
            Atari communities with full Internet access on DELPHI and BIX
Leair, Mark.........................aa338@cleveland.freenet.edu
                                    mleair@oucsace.cs.ohiou.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG Voting Administrator, Conference
            Organizer, CAIN Newsletter Publisher/Editor, Basement
            UnderWorld BBS SysOp (216-381-7859 300-14.4Kbps) run off of 800xl
            using BBS Express Pro! (V.2.1a) software, program BBS modules in
            Action!
Lee, Steven.........................stevenl@robadome.com
            Bay Area Atari Users Group (BAAUG), President
Leij, Joost van der.................Joost.vanderLeij@phil.ruu.nl
            Owner of Game Designing Company that makes games for Falcon030
            such as the shareware game called UFO War
Lemaresquier, Alexandre.............alex@brasil.frmug.fr.net
                                    brainstorm@brasil.frmug.fr.net
            Brainstorm Developer (Manager, GEM development, system development)
            development tools, system and DSP programs, high-end algorithm
            software. Atari products: Adebug/Assemble, official Atari DSP
            Debugger, and own JPEG/MPEG decoders
Lemoine, Raphael....................raphael@brasil.frmug.fr.net
                                    brainstorm@brasil.frmug.fr.net
            Brainstorm Developer (Graphics programming, DSP programming,
            system development), development tools, system and DSP programs,
            high-end algorithm software. Atari products: Adebug/Assemble,
            official Atari DSP Debugger, and own JPEG/MPEG decoders
Mackereth, Ian......................ianm@lsupoz.apana.org.au
            ACE BBS SysOp in Sydney, Australia--official BBS of ACE (NSW)
            Fido 3:712/520
March, Eric.........................diehl@io.org
            Developer of FANSI, the ANSI Art package for the Atari ST,
            GFA developer, graphic artist, MOD musician
Nelson, Bruce D.....................aa789@cleveland.freenet.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG 16/32-Bit Computers Support Area
            SIGOp, ACORN Kernel Assistant Newsletter Editor for the
            Atari Computer Owners of Rochester, NY (ACORN)
Paschall-Zimbel, David..............davidli@simvax.labmed.umn.edu
            Original editor and writer for the comp.sys.atari.st FAQ,
            associate archive maintainer for the atari.archive.umich.edu site,
            last President of MAST (Minnesota Atari ST user group) and still
            maintain their DOM library, writer of Pascal tutorials
Poling, Jeff........................jpoling@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
                                    Poling.19@osu.edu
                                    jepoling@freenet.columbus.oh.us
            Atari Computer Enthusiasts of Columbus, President,
            Greater Columbus Free-Net Atari SIG manager, Greater Columbus
            Free-Net Lynx SIGOp
Potter, Jeff........................potter@sunny.dab.ge.com
                                    74030.2020@compuserve.com
                                    JDPOTTER@genie.geis.com
            8-bit programmer of shareware applications/utilities in assembly:
            APACVIEW, APACSHOW, COLRVIEW, DEGASRD, ILBMREAD, GIFNCODE,
            CRAB NEBULA, Member of the AGDA team which released "Maze of
            Agdagon" (multi-comuter, 3-D graphics maze game), Graphics and
            Entertainment Software Editor for Atari Classics magazine.
            Contributor of articles to AC, AIM, and user group newsletters.
Ramos, Tony.........................ramos.15@osu.edu
                                    aramos@cis.ohio-state.edu
            Author of Parrot and Parrot II for the Atari 8-bit, familiar
            with software design and graphic & sound programming on Atari
            8-bits in 6502 assembly and all flavors of BASIC
Richards, Daryl.....................drichard@isle.waterloo-rdp.on.ca
            Neat & Nifty Developer & Co-Owner, Products: Taz terminal program,
            TurboRS program and hardware.
Ringo...............................ringo@lexicor.com
                                    Lexicor@world.std.com
                                    CIS: 75300,763
                                    GENIE: LEXICOR
                                    Delphi: LEXICOR, LEXICORWORLD
            Lexicor Developer
Roelandt, Patrick...................patrol@hacktic.nl
            Dutch Jaguar Club, Founder, organizer of new Jaguar publication,
            Lynx reviewer/importer of games in Netherlands
Roloson, Dani A.....................daroloson@math.uwaterloo.ca
            Kitchener-Waterloo Eight Sixteen Thirty-two (KWEST) Atari User
            Group Newsletter Editor
Seiler, Lee.........................l.seiler@lexicor.com
                                    Lexicor@world.std.com
                                    CIS: 75300,763
                                    GENIE: LEXICOR
                                    Delphi: LEXICOR, LEXICORWORLD
            Lexicor Developer
Siu, Yat............................y.siu@lexicor.com
                                    Lexicor@world.std.com
                                    CIS: 75300,763
                                    GENIE: LEXICOR
                                    Delphi: LEXICOR, LEXICORWORLD
            Lexicor Developer
Stanford, John......................j.stanford@lexicor.com
                                    Lexicor@world.std.com
                                    CIS: 75300,763
                                    GENIE: LEXICOR
                                    Delphi: LEXICOR, LEXICORWORLD
            Lexicor Developer
Stys, Len...........................aa399@cleveland.freenet.edu
                                    lstys@rs6000.baldwinw.edu
            Cleveland Free-Net Atari SIG Manager, Jaguar Support Area SIGOp,
            Lynx Assistant SIGOp, CAIN Newsletter Assistant Editor,
            "Who's Who in the Atari Community E-Mail Directory" Maintainer
Svensson, Christian.................svensson@bucknell.edu
            Kasumi Ninja FAQ Maintainer
Tessner, Kevin......................ktessner@isle.waterloo-rdp.on.ca
            Neat & Nifty Developer & Co-Owner, Products: Taz terminal program,
            TurboRS program and hardware.
Tirrell, Scott......................stirre31@maine.maine.edu
            ST Informer Writer (part-time)
Todd, Mike..........................snyder10@convex1.tcs.tulane.edu
            Info-Atari-8bit Digest Moderator
Verite, Daniel......................daniel@brasil.frmug.fr.net
                                    brainstorm@brasil.frmug.fr.net
            Brainstorm Developer (Image recognition, parallel programming,
            system development), development tools, system and DSP programs,
            high-end algorithm software. Atari products: Adebug/Assemble,
            official Atari DSP Debugger, and own JPEG/MPEG decoders
Weiner, Jeff........................weiner@atari.archive.umich.edu
                                    weiner@terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu
            Former Maintainer of the atari.archive.umich.edu ftp site.

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