[Taxacom] global names index gni as dead end?

Dmitry Mozzherin dmozzherin at eol.org
Mon Mar 7 12:32:49 CST 2011

Funding helps to condensate vapor into something palpable :)

Speaking of GNI

- all names without  a link are removed from GNI

- I added exact search which always should return 0 or 1 result, for
example --

- Parser at gni.globalnames.org is now updated to the latest version.
So weird problem
with substituting characters in some names during parsing should go
away. Please let me know if it persists for you.


On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 8:53 AM, Richard Pyle <deepreef at bishopmuseum.org> wrote:
>> What we have failed to provide are tools that link indexes of names to the
>> digitised literature in ways that people can actually use. This may well
> be on
>> the roadmap for GNA/GNI/GNUB (insert various G-based acronyms here),
>> but until people see visible progress I suspect most will have a similar
>> reaction to Donat's.
> Agreed (with exceptions noted, as per Paul Kirk's response).
> The implementation of GNA can't happen instantaneously -- especially with no
> serious funding.  The good news is that that some serious funding is now
> available, and even more serious funding may soon be in hand.
> Aloha,
> Rich
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