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Andrew Taylor <>
Wed, 1 Nov 2000 18:01:47 +1100 (EST)
On Wed, 1 Nov 2000, Russell Woodford wrote:
> Birding-Aus messages are all archived automatically. They are stored
> on a searchable database, administered by Andrew Taylor, at the
> University of NSW.
> The archive is at http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/birding-aus/
Some good news. The archive had been stored on my aging office
workstation which periodically broke - leaving the archive unavailable.
Its been recently replaced with a shiny new PC which should be reliable.
Early next year when I get some free time, I will upgrade the ugly and
very clunky browsing and searching interface to the archive. Hopefully I
can incorporate some of the suggestions Bob Forsyth and others have made.
There are at least 2 Andrew Taylor's on this list! Make sure you e-mail
the right one if you have questions/problems
with the archive.
I set up the archive because I was regularly seeing messages that I
thought I might want to retrieve in several years time. Messages from
extremely knowledgable people like Alan Morris. It would be unfortunate
if people like Alan were discouraged from posting to birding-aus by
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