Re: Naming standards
- To: lindsey
- Subject: Re: Naming standards
- From: Todd Ruth <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 11:52:00 -0600
> Personally I do not like Social Security numbers, I'd rather code with
> music. I'm still looking for somebody who will spent 6 months establishing a
> correspondance between our two systems and the guy who decided to use
> Chinese pictograms. It will save us at least 15 minutes a year changing our
> labels, on the base of a slow 2-label-a-minute rythm.
> -----oOOo-- (_) --oOOo-----------------------
> | |
> | Christian FEUILLET |
> | |
> | 11400 Hennessey Dr. | BIHOREL@cris.com |
> | Beltsville MD 20705 | (301) 937 9197 |
> | |
> | TROPICS GENEALOGY CATS FRANCE PLANTS ... |
By your ability to update in such a short time, I take it you already
have a key element: a soft copy of a table of species with indications
of which are synonyms of which. Where do you find one of those? All
I could find was a table down to the genus level.
With a table to the species level, I could start coding. (That's "coding"
as in writing software, not making up codes. (I'd also need to clear a
path to the computer at home, but I think my wife will kill me if I don't
start cleaning up that mess ayway :).)) Such a table would also
answer my recent Philodendron questions.
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