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Asking McCarthy sounds like a good suggestion.  Couldn't hurt, and he is
certainly of sufficient stature in the Lisp world.

I've never heard of Corky Cartwright (which is probably my fault and not
his).  As I said once before, I think that if a person has never shown
any signs of contributing to or even following the Common Lisp
discussion, he has to have some other credentials that are pretty
substantial.  No amount of serving on program committees counts in my
book.  Has Cartwright actually done something?  What university does he

If we need to get to 11, maybe we go for both Rees and Bawden after all.