Re: AIS: Irisregister Namelist Database Update
- Subject: Re: [iris-photos] AIS: Irisregister Namelist Database Update
- From: John I Jones <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 17:07:25 -0700
While I appreciate the thanks, remember that most of the work is done
by other volunteers that work on the Checklist and R&I data, checking,
correcting and separating it into the proper tabbed fields,
I just do the organization, account management and system updates.
As a status report, all the sections of the 2000 R&I are out for
editing, most are back and we will start on the 2001 shortly.
Many thanks to all my editors.
On Sep 23, 2004, at 12:56 PM, Robt R Pries wrote:
> I have been too busy to read most of my e-mail, but John Jones post
> caught my eye. At least five times it caught my eye, since it was
> cross posted to every list I am on. But I fully agree that this is a
> benchmark in Iris data and should be celebrated. I thought there would
> be scores of individuals congratulating John, but then maybe all those
> posts were sent privately as I was disposed to do. There must be
> 40,000 to 50,000 Iris names. No small task even with a team of
> helpers. Too often we take for granted this type of work. I want to
> publicly raise three cheers to John for doing such a thankless job. Of
> course this is only a benchmark in his Promethian task. But hey! if we
> don't celebrate the progress we make as an Iris Society, who would be
> encouraged to do even more.
> John I Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is great news !!!!
> The irisregister Namelist database now contains every iris name
> registered up to 9/9/2004
> It also contains all the "reserved" names as of the same date.
> Hybridizers in particular will appreciate the complete list.
> Note that the names from 2001 to date do not have any indication of
> type or awards, just the year of the publication in which they were
> Pass the word along to anyone you might think is interested.
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