[Taxacom] biodiversity databases

Geoff Read gread at actrix.gen.nz
Sat Feb 6 23:33:40 CST 2010


Just to be a teeny bit critical, I wonder again (as I did first time I
looked) how does one find a speciality on your site? Shouldn't you put
some structure into the display at  http://www.lifedesks.org/sites/ ? 
Group by phyla would be good. And if there's just a more or less empty
shell for an item I don't really want to waste time checking it out, do I?
Like ... Hmmm, what's this? Any good? Oh, it's only embryonic. Damn.
(repeat ad tedium). Can these be flagged?


>>> On 7/02/2010 at 4:47 p.m., "Shorthouse, David" <dshorthouse at eol.org>
> I am an EOL champion and have taken a very bottom‑up approach to
> assisting folks get their wares online. Not only am I a champion of
> EOL, I am championing and developing LifeDesks,
> http://www.lifedesks.org. Folks create and own their own sites,
> develop their own community of contributors, and content flows out to
> EOL as a byproduct of their efforts (optional).

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