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tree distribution contacts

since the additional release of tree 1, entielry overlapped with tree 2 sign ups,
i have just included the tree 1 disk with tree 2 for simplicity, which is why it is all greyed out.

if anyone wishes to be included or has any problems with tree assignments, please contact me at

your suppler is the name in the column to the left or above to the left, hope that makes sense.

only name, e-mail address and country of residence are listed here to maintain privacy for all concerned.
please contact your supplier, or branch by e-mail to find out full details.

country   level 1   level 2   level 3
release 2
nov 2004
  neal edmunds (wookie)
  george harris
        steve holley
    geoff archer
  adam stanley
release 1
may 2004
u.s.a. & canada
  mike melli
  richard seanez
  jason foote
        arno kolster
  s r cranks
            elizabeth san agustin

  david read
  robbie quality    paul lloyd (leaf)

  olof rundgren (sweden)
  enzo, uruguay

thank you to everyone helping out with this distribution.

carlos oliveira, portugal,
failed to pass on disks for two trees (this and a kraftwerk one), he is also listed
as a bad trader on other groups. please be warned against trading with him.

how a tree works.
disks are sent out to each person in level 1, by whoever is organizing the tree.
each of the people assigned in level 1 then makes copies for those in level 2 and posts the disks to them. this is a branch. level 2 does the same for level 3 and so on.
if someone cannot make copies they are called a leaf, they are sent disks by their supplier, but are not expected to make copies for others. this helps some people start a collection, or they might simply be too busy with work, family, etc. to participate as a branch. shown in darker grey.

it is up to those participating to decide if they want either blank disks sending to them from the level below, or if they want to trade ie. have other shows sent in return for their copying of the tree disks. some may be happy to just send the disks for free. it is up to those in each branch to sort this out for themselves - i don't want to impose any rules.

i have tried to keep this tree to two assignments per individual, and to limit international posting as much as possible.