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Frequently Asked Questions about AUUG
Last Modified: 2nd December 1995


This is a list of frequently asked questions about AUUG Inc., an Australian
user group for UNIX(*) and Open Systems. It is updated regularly and posted
monthly to the newsgroup aus.org.auug.

SUMMARY OF CHANGES SINCE LAST VERSION
Changed some contact details
Changed corporate sponsors

INDEX TO QUESTIONS

1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 What is aus.org.auug?
1.2 What is AUUG?
1.3 How do I join AUUG?
1.4 How many members does AUUG have?
1.5 Who are the members of AUUG?
1.6 What are the classes of membership?
1.7 How much does membership cost?
1.8 What is AUUGN?
1.9 How do I get in touch with AUUG?
1.10 Who runs AUUG?
1.11 What are chapters?
1.12 What is a Corporate Sponsor?
1.13 Who are the current Corporate Sponsors?


2 MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
2.1 What do I get for my membership?
2.2 How do I get a discount on AARNet through AUUG?
2.3 What do the reciprocal membership rights give me?


3 EVENTS
3.1 What is the AUUG National Conference and Exhibition?
3.2 When is the next conference and exhibition?
3.3 What are Summer Conferences?
3.4 Who organises events in my region?


4 HISTORY
4.1 What does AUUG stand for?
4.2 How did AUUG get started?

-------------------- END OF INDEX ------------------------------


1 GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 What is aus.org.auug?

aus.org.auug is an electronic newsgroup for discussions about AUUG and
its activities. It was called aus.auug.


1.2 What is AUUG?

AUUG Inc. is the Australian UNIX(*) and Open System user group. It is a
national body offering its members access to information on current and
future UNIX and open systems technologies.

AUUG's aims as stated in its constitution are:

To promote knowledge and understanding of Open Systems including but
not restricted to the UNIX system, networking, graphics, user
interfaces and programming and development environments, and related
standards.


1.3 How do I join AUUG?

There is an individual membership form at the end of this FAQ. Please
print one, fill it in and return it to the AUUG Secretariat at:

AUUG Secretariat
PO Box 366
Kensington NSW 2033
Phone: 1-800 625 655 or (02) 361 5994
FAX: (02) 332 4066

For details on corporate membership or library subscriptions please
contact the AUUG Secretariat.


1.4 How many members does AUUG have?

AUUG currently has over 1000 members, over 700 individuals and over 300
organisations. AUUG membership has more than doubled in size in the
past two years.


1.5 Who are the members of AUUG?

A survey conducted in July 1992 revealed that the average AUUG member
had a 4 year university degree and 5 years experience with UNIX. AUUG
members are employed in Software Development, Government/Military or
Education/Consulting. They are predominantly Executives/Senior
Managers/MIS Directors and Systems Administrator/Programmers, with about
an equal number in each category.


1.6 What are the classes of membership?

AUUG has three classes of membership: ordinary, student and
institutional. All members are entitled to one vote in ballots.

For organisations who do not wish to be a member but want to receive a
copy of AUUGN, there is a newsletter subscription service. Contact the
AUUG Secretariat for details.


1.7 How much does membership cost?


Ordinary: $90/year
Student: $25/year
Institutional: $350/year


Corporate Sponsors: $5000/year


1.8 What is AUUGN?

AUUGN is AUUG's technical newsletter. Once every two months it
publishes papers and information of general interest to members. It
contains details of local chapter activities and is how AUUG members
stay up-to-date with AUUG events. Submissions to AUUGN can be made
through the AUUGN Editor:

AUUGN Editor
PO Box 366
Kensington NSW 2033
Email: au...@auug.org.au


1.9 How do I get in touch with AUUG?

AUUG can be contacted through the Secretariat at:

AUUG Secretariat
PO Box 366
Kensington NSW 2033
Phone: 1-800 625 655 or (02) 361 5994
FAX: (02) 332 4066

There are also a number of e-mail aliases to facilitate contact with
AUUG:


au...@auug.org.au general inquiries
au...@auug.org.au newsletter correspondence (AUUGN editor)
auug...@auug.org.au AUUG Management Committee
auu...@auug.org.au AUUG Secretariat and Business Manager
auug-c...@auug.org.au AUUG Chapter Contacts


AUUG can also be found on the Web at http://auug.org.au/auug/


1.10 Who runs AUUG?

AUUG is run by an elected management committee. Elections are held in
May/June each year and all AUUG ordinary, institutional and life members
are eligible to stand for election. The Management Committee consists
of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and 5 general
committee members. The term of office runs from 1 July to 30 June.

The current members of the Management Committee are:

President: Michael Paddon m...@munnari.oz.au
Vice-President: Glenn Huxtable gl...@fs.com.au
Secretary: Peter Wishart peter....@auug.org.au
Treasurer: Stephen Boucher ste...@mtiame.mtia.oz.au

Committee Members:
Phil McCrea p...@syd.dit.csiro.au
Frank Crawford fr...@ansto.gov.au
Lucy Chubb lu...@sw.oz.au
Chris Maltby ch...@softway.oz.au
David Purdue David....@aus.sun.com

Elections are run by the Returning Officer and Assistant Returning
Officer, who are elected each year along with other officers. The
Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officer are not members of the
Management Committee.

Returning Officer: Peter Chubb
Assistant: Michael Usher

AUUG employs a Business Manager to run the day to day business of AUUG.
The Business Manager reports to the AUUG Management Committee.

Business Manager: Liz Egan

AUUG employs ACMS (Australian Convention Management Services) to provide
Secretariat services for AUUG. ACMS provide membership services and
support for Management Committee activities.

AUUG Secretariat: Wael Foda whfod...@interconnect.com.au

AUUGN (AUUG's newsletter) is put together by a volunteer Editor who
publishes AUUGN every two months. The AUUGN Editor is appointed by the
Management Committee.

AUUGN Editor: Phil Anderson ph...@osa.com.au

The AUUG Historian maintains records of events in AUUG. The AUUG
Historian is appointed by the Management Committee.

AUUG Historian: Adrian Booth ab...@perth.DIALix.oz.au

AUUG is formally incorporated in the state of Victoria. The
incorporation rules require that a resident of Victoria be the public
officer of the association.

Public Officer: Robert Elz k...@munnari.oz.au


1.11 What are chapters?

Groups of AUUG members can form "chapters" which organise events and
activities for AUUG members. These chapters may receive funding from
AUUG to conduct events and activities. Regional chapters are funded by
AUUG based on membership numbers. There are regional chapters in all
major cities around Australia and AUUG members nominate a chapter when
they join. This chapter receives a proportion of the membership fee for
use in local activities. Other types of chapters (perhaps with a
special interest in a particular technology activity) can also be
formed. These chapters receive funding from AUUG on an "as needed"
basis by application to the Management Committee.

Chapters are run by a chapter committee which is responsible to AUUG
(through the Management Committee) for the running and finances of the
chapter. More details on the Chapter Rules and Chapter Policy are
available from the member handbook or the AUUG Secretary.


1.12 What is a Corporate Sponsor?

A limited number of long term supporters of AUUG are eligible to join
the AUUG Corporate Sponsorship Scheme. They demonstrate their
commitment to UNIX and Open Systems in Australia through their
association with AUUG as Corporate Sponsors. In return for an annual
donation of $5,000 to AUUG's ongoing promotion of Open Systems,
Corporate Sponsors receive:

complimentary unlimited access to the AUUG mailing list each year;

prominent listing on all AUUG literature;

public acknowledgement by AUUG;

an attractive wall plaque for prominent display in their office.

Corporate Sponsors also receive all the benefits and rights of an AUUG
Institutional Member, including:

two nominated representatives to receive full membership benefits

a nominated representative to exercise AUUG member rights for voting

If you would like more details about the AUUG Corporate Sponsorship
Scheme then please contact the AUUG Business Manager or the AUUG
President (contact details as above).


1.13 Who are the current Corporate Sponsors?

Current members of the AUUG Corporate Sponsorship Scheme are:

Tellurian Pty Ltd

Sun Microsystems Australia

Digital Equipment Corp. Australia


2 MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

2.1 What do I get for my membership?

AUUG membership provides you with

AUUGN - AUUG's regular technical newsletter. See details above.

Discounted right to use AARNet for mail - see details below.

Discounted access to Email and News services - TMX, Dial-IX and
connect.com.au provide electronic mail and news access to all the
major networks. They all provide substantial discounts to AUUG
members. Contact the AUUG Secretariat for details.

Reciprocal Membership Rights with International Affiliates (e.g.
Usenix, UniForum) - see details below.

Discounts on products and services - AUUG has negotiated discounts at
selected book stores and service suppliers (e.g. Prentice Hall,
Softway). Details are available from the AUUG Secretariat or the
AUUG Members Handbook.

Discounted education - AUUG members have access to technical training
organisations like Softway at discounted rates. Contact the AUUG
Secretariat for details.

AUUG Annual Conference and Exhibition - AUUG members get discounted
registration fees to Australia's premier Open Systems Conference and
the largest Exhibition of UNIX and Open Systems equipment in
Australia. See details below.

AUUG Summer Conferences and Tutorials - AUUG members get discounted
registration fees to local summer conferences (see below). Tutorials
on a wide range of UNIX and Open systems topics are often held in
conjunction with the summer conferences. AUUG members receive
discounted registration fees to these tutorials.

Local technical meetings - AUUG local chapters hold regular local
meetings with featured speakers and /or panels on a wide range of
topics. These meetings vary from chapter to chapter, so you should
contact the local chapter for more details.


2.2 How do I get a discount on AARNet through AUUG?

AARNet accepts Mail Affiliates from the general public for a minimum of
$1000 per annum. AUUG offers its machine-owning members (thus usually
corporate members) the same service for $250 per annum. Non-members can
still profit from the AUUG deal but pay $600 per annum. As AUUG
corporate membership costs $350 per annum, you can see why we have only
one or two non-members involved.

The Mail Affiliate service provides low volume users the right to use
AARNet to carry mail traffic. This service gives you registration of
your host/domain addresses in the Internet nameserver tables. It does
NOT provide or cover the cost of any kind of connection to the Internet
or any other host. In other words, you approach AUUG after you are
connected to get the rights to transport your mail traffic across
AARNet. This will provide you with an MX record which gets your name
"switched on" in the Internet world. If you would like a registration
form, please contact the AUUG Secretariat (see contact details above).

To get help you get connected AUUG conducts a survey which assists
people requiring network connections to find people who are willing to
accept new connections. Contact the AUUG Secretariat for details.


2.3 What do the reciprocal membership rights give me?

AUUG is affiliated with Usenix, UniForum, X/Open, and EurOpen. These
organisations provide AUUG members with access to some of their member
benefits. In general this provides AUUG members with member prices on
publications and member discounts at events. The exact details will
vary with the organisation, consult the AUUG member handbook for
details.


3 EVENTS

3.1 What is the AUUG National Conference and Exhibition?

AUUG runs a national annual conference and exhibition referred to as
AUUGxx (where xx is the year) around September each year. The venue
rotates between Sydney and Melbourne. AUUG95, held at the Sydney
Exhibition and Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, over 800 delegates to
the conference and over 2000 visitors to the exhibition.

The conference is Australia's premier event on UNIX and Open Systems.
It runs for 3 days and features many overseas invited speakers as well
as speakers from around Australia. On the day before the conference
there are tutorials given by recognised national and international
experts. The tutorials cover a wide range of subjects and are targeted
at both novice users and experienced users wishing to get detailed
information in a specialist subject area.

The exhibition features the largest collection of UNIX and Open Systems
hardware and software in Australia. All major vendors of UNIX equipment
are present at the exhibition with their latest hardware and software.


3.2 When is the next conference and exhibition?

Dates and location of the next conference and exhibition are always
listed in AUUGN under General Information. The next conference and
exhibition, AUUG96, will be held at the World Congress Centre,
Melbourne, 18th to 20th September 1996.


3.3 What are Summer Conferences?

To complement the National Conference a series of local summer
conferences are held in Feb-Apr each year. These conferences feature
local and national speakers on a range of subjects and are held in each
local region. For details of the next summer conference in your region
get in touch with your regional contact (see below).


3.4 Who organises events in my region?

AUUG local region activities are organised by members in a local
chapter. These activities are typically:


local technical meetings and seminars
an annual summer conference
local newsletter
technical library
access to electronic networks

AUUG regional contacts are listed in the AUUG contacts list at the end
of this FAQ.

If there is no regional contact listed for your region or you would like
to organise events in your region please contact a member of the
management committee.

The committees of all chapters may be contacted through the mailing list
auug-c...@auug.org.au


4 HISTORY

4.1 What does AUUG stand for?

AUUG was originally formed as the "Australian Unix-systems Users Group",
hence the abbreviation "AUUG". Officially AUUG is now known as "AUUG
Inc.". The group is formally incorporated in the state of Victoria as
"AUUG Inc." (registered number A0016636N).


4.2 How did AUUG get started?

AUUG was founded in 1974 by Professor John Lions from the University of
New South Wales. It began life as an informal gathering of computer
people interested in the "new" operating system UNIX developed by AT&T
Bell Labs. By 1984 the interest had gathered enough momentum that it
reached across Australia.

AUUG adopted a constitution on 27th of August 1984 and was formally
incorporated on the 26th of August 1988.


(*) UNIX is a registered trademark of UNIX System Laboratories Inc.


Membership Form:

AUUG Inc.

Application for Ordinary, or Student Membership


To apply for membership of the AUUG, complete this form, and return it with
payment in Australian Dollars, or credit card authorisation, to:

AUUG Membership Secretary o Please don't send purchase orders --
PO Box 366 perhaps your purchasing department
Kensington NSW 2033 will consider this form to be an
Australia invoice.
o Foreign applicants please send a
Tel: +61 2 361 5994 bank draft drawn on an Australian
FAX: +61 2 332 4066 bank, or credit card authorisation,
and remember to select either surface
or air mail.

This form is valid only until 30th June 1996

I, .................................................... do hereby apply for

|__| Renewal/New* Membership of the AUUG $90.00
|__| Renewal/New* Student Membership $25.00 (a)
|__| International Surface Mail $20.00
|__| International Air Mail $60.00 (b)
|__| Uniforum Affiliate Membership $20.00
Total remitted AUD$________
(cheque, money order, credit card)
* Delete one.
(a) Note certification required below.
(b) Note local zone rate available.

I agree that this membership will be subject to the rules and by-laws of
the AUUG as in force from time to time, and that this membership will run
for 12 consecutive months and becomes renewable on the following January or
July, as appropriate.

Date: ________ Signed: ____________________

__ Tick here if you wish your name & address withheld from mailing lists
made available to vendors.

______________________________________________________________________________
For our mailing database - please type or print clearly:

Name: .............................. Phone: .................... (bh)
Address: .............................. .................... (ah)
.............................. Net Address: ....................
..............................
.............................. Write ``Unchanged'' if details have not
.............................. altered and this is a renewal.

You can participate in the activities of a local chapter. Part of your fee
will be given to the chapter to support those actiities. By default a
regional chapter will be selected for you. If you would rather nominate
a chapter, please specify here ................. (indicate NONE for no chapter).

______________________________________________________________________________
Please charge $_____ to my |__| Bankcard |__| Visa |__| Mastercard.
Account number: __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ .
Expiry date: __ __ /__ __ .

Name on card: ____________________________________Signed: _________________
______________________________________________________________________________
Office use only:
Chq: bank _________ bsb _____-_____ a/c ________________ # _________________
~Date: ________ $ CC type ___ V# ____________
Who: ______________ Member# __________

Student Member Certification
(to be completed by a member of the academic staff)

I, ................................................................ certify

that ............................................................... (name)

is a full time student at ................................... (institution)

and is expected to graduate approximately ___________.


Title: _______________________________ Signature: _________________


AUUG CONTACT LIST

Last Modified: $Date: 1995/12/08 11:19:31 $ $Revision: 1.32 $

AUUG Inc. ACN A00 166 36N
PO Box 366
Kensington NSW 2033

Phone: (02) 361 5994
Free Call: 1-800 625 655
FAX: (02) 332 4066

Email: au...@auug.org.au
Web: http://auug.org.au/auug/

GENERAL EMAIL CONTACTS

Email: au...@auug.org.au Secretary, Secretariat, Business Mgr
auug...@auug.org.au Management Committee, Business Mgr,
Returning Officer, Public Officer
au...@auug.org.au Newsletter Editor
auug-c...@auug.org.au Chapter Contacts
auug...@auug.org.au Management Committee
auu...@auug.org.au Secretariat, Business Mgr


AUUG MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

President:
Michael Paddon
Kodak Australasia
173 Elizabeth St
Coburg VIC 3058
Tel B: (03) 353 2382
FAX: (03) 353 2987
Email: m...@munnari.oz.au


Vice-President:
Glenn Huxtable
Functional Software
PO Box 192
Leederville WA 6903
Tel B: (09) 328 8288
FAX: (09) 328 8616
Email: gl...@fs.com.au

Secretary:
Peter Wishart
GEC Marconi Systems
23 Murray Crescent
Manuka ACT 2604
Tel B: (06) 261 2997
FAX: (06) 261 3806
Email: peter....@auug.org.au

Treasurer:
Stephen Boucher
MTIA
509 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
Tel B: (03) 280 0111
FAX: (03) 280 0199
Email: ste...@mtiame.mtia.oz.au

Committee Members (5):
Chris Maltby
Softway
PO Box 305
Strawberry Hills NSW 2021
Tel B: (02) 698 2322
FAX: (02) 699 9174
Email: ch...@sw.oz.au

Lucy Chubb
Softway
PO Box 305
Strawberry Hills NSW 2021
Tel B: (02) 698 2322
FAX: (02) 699 9174
Email: lu...@sw.oz.au

David Purdue
SunSoft Pacific
Level 4, SunSoft Building
44 Hampden Road
Artarmon NSW 2064
AUSTRALIA
Tel B: +61 2 9919 0456
FAX: +61 2 9904 7057
Email: David....@Aus.Sun.COM

Phil McCrea
CSIRO Div of Info Tech
Building E6B
Macquarie Uni NSW 2113
Tel B: (02) 325 3103
FAX: (02) 325 3101
Email: p...@syd.dit.csiro.au

Frank Crawford
ANSTO Computing Centre
Private Mail Bag 1
Menai NSW 2234
Tel B: (02) 717 3015
FAX: (02) 717 9273
Email: fr...@ansto.gov.au

Returning Officer:
Peter Chubb
Tel B: (02) 698 2322
FAX: (02) 699 9174
Email: pet...@sw.oz.au

Assistant Returning Officer:
Michael Usher
Email: mi...@sedal.su.oz.au

Business Manager:
Liz Egan
AUUG Inc.
Level 4, 90 Mount Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
Tel B: (02) 959 3656
FAX: (02) 957 6706
Email: bus...@auug.org.au

Secretariat:
Wael Foda
Australian Convention Management Services
70 Glenmore Road
Paddington NSW 2021
Tel B: (02) 332 4622
FAX: (02) 332 4066
Email: whfod...@interconnect.com.au

AUUGN Editor:
Phil Anderson
Open Software Associates
29 Ringwood Street
Ringwood, VIC 3134
Tel B: (03) 9871 1649
FAX: n/a
Email: ph...@osa.com.au

AUUG Historian:
Adrian Booth
Tandem Computers
46 Parliament Place
West Perth WA 6005
Tel B: (09) 321 9111
FAX: (09) 321 9131
Email: booth_...@tandem.com


SA CHAPTER

President:
Michael Wagner
System Services
6th Floor, 32 Grenfell Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel B: (08) 212 2800
FAX: (08) 231 0321
Email: m...@syserv.com.au

Treasurer:
Alastair Dick
Telcom Australia
30 Pirie Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel B: (08) 230 7062
FAX: (08) 410 0023
Email: ad...@stnecss.telecom.com.au

Secretary:
Kathy Jones
Systems Services
32 Grenfell Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel B: (08) 212 2800
FAX: (08) 231 0321
Email: k...@syserv.com.au

Committee:
Bob Korbel, Rodger Chan, Richard Keech.


QLD CHAPTER

Email: qauug...@auug.org.au

Chairman:
Mark White
Tandem Computers Pty Ltd
303 Coronation Drive
Milton, Q. 4064
Tel B: (07) 369 4511
Fax: (07) 369 4463
Email: m.w...@brisbane.tandem.com

Treasurer:
Michael Henning
DSTC Pty Ltd
University of Queensland, Q. 4072
Tel B: (07) 33654310
Fax: (07) 33654311
Email: mi...@dstc.edu.au

Secretary:
Rick Stevenson
Stallion Technologies Pty Ltd
PO Box 954
Toowong, Q. 4066
Tel B: (07) 270 4246
FAX: (07) 371 8881
Email: ri...@stallion.oz.au

Committee:
Stuart Remphrey, Paul Riethmuller, Tim Butterfield,
Stephen Hocking, Duncan Unwin


ACT CHAPTER
AUUG, ACT CHAPTER
GPO Box 2692
Canberra ACT 2601
Email: cauu...@canb.auug.org.au

President:
Merik Karman
Tel B: (06) 270 6412
Email: me...@canb.auug.org.au

Treasurer:
David Baldwin
TLTSU
Australian National Uni.
Canberra ACT 0200
Tel B: (06) 249 5026
FAX: (06) 249 3992
Email: David....@anu.edu.au

Secretary:
John Barlow
33 Ryan St
Curtin ACT 2605
Tel B: 019 935477
FAX: n/a
Email: JBa...@daedalus.com.au

Committee:
Gavin Alford, Jeremy Bishop, Lawrie Brown, Peter Davie,
Francois Debaecker, Michael Lightfoot, John Wright.


NT CHAPTER

President :
Alan Cowie
Tel B: 089 466632
FAX: 089 466630
Email: Alan....@ntu.edu.au

Secretary:
Bernie Dowd
Tel B: 089 829243
FAX: 089 829200
Email: bd...@it.ntu.edu.au

Treasurer:
Richard Tokarczyk
Email: to...@it.ntu.edu.au

Committee:
Phil Maker (Immediate past president)
Tel B: 089 854939
Email: p...@cs.ntu.edu.au

Malcolm Caldwell
Tel B: 089 466631
FAX: 089 466630
Email: Malcolm....@ntu.edu.au

Euan Pryde
Tel B: 089 466546
FAX: 089 466712
Email: e...@it.ntu.edu.au


VIC CHAPTER
AUUG, Victorian Chapter
Box 14507
Melbourne City Mail Centre
Melbourne VIC 8001 [yes, that post-code starts with eight]

Email: auugvi...@vic.auug.org.au
Web: http://www.vic.auug.org.au/auugvic/
FTP: ftp://ftp.vic.auug.org.au/pub/AuugVic/


President:
Enno Davids
Metva
P.O. Box 582
Cheltenham 3192
Tel B: (015) 316 522
Fax: (03) 9583 5043
Email: pres...@vic.auug.org.au
Email: en...@metva.com.au

Secretary:
Peter Lazarus
UB Networks
Level 2, 312 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
Tel B: (03) 9693 8211
Fax: (03) 9696 6483
Email: secr...@vic.auug.org.au
Email: plaz...@ub.com

Treasurer:
David Keegel
Cybersource
1275A Malvern Rd
Malvern Vic 3144
Tel B: (03) 9822-2848
Fax: (03) 9822-2858
Email: trea...@vic.auug.org.au
Email: d...@cyber.com.au

Past-president: n/a

Committee: Neil Murray, plus 2 vacancies.

Programme Chair: Vacant.

WA CHAPTER (WAUG)
WAUG
Box E251 GPO
Perth WA 6001
Email: waug-co...@uniwa.uwa.edu.au

President:
Adrian Booth
Tandem Computers
46 Parliament Place
West Perth WA 6005
Tel B: (09) 321 9111
FAX: (09) 321 9131
Email: booth_...@tandem.com

Treasurer:
Patrick Ko
Aust. Technology Resources
Level 4 Capital Centre
256 St George's Tce
Perth WA 6000
Tel B: (09) 483 8111
FAX: (09) 321 5021
Email: pat...@cs.curtin.edu.au

Secretary:
Major
Email: ma...@dcd.wa.gov.au

Committee:
Mark Baker (meeting organiser), Janet Jackson, Glenn Huxtable,
Luigi Cantoni, Don Griffiths, Tom Hallam (newsletter),
James Patton, David Buck.

NSW CHAPTER

General Enquiries to David Purdue
Tel B: +61 2 9919 0456
FAX: +61 2 9904 7057
Email: David....@Aus.Sun.COM

President:
Berny Goodheart
Email: be...@tandem.com.au

Secretary/Treasurer:
vacant

Committee:
David Purdue - David....@aus.sun.com
Wayne Bell - way...@sydney.dialix.oz.au
John Terpstra - j...@aquasoft.com.au


TASMANIAN CHAPTER

Chair:
Michael G. Brown
Dept. of Premier & Cabinet
GPO Box 123B, Hobart
Tasmania, 7001, Australia
Tel B: +61 02 336 183
FAX: +61 02 348 691
Email: M.B...@dpac.tas.gov.au

Secretary/Treasurer:
James Patterson
Supercomputer Group
Antarctic CRC
Uni of Tas, GPO Box 252C
Hobart Tas 7001 Australia
Tel B: +61 02 202970
Fax: +61 02 202973
Email: James.P...@antcrc.utas.edu.au


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