Subject: BirdBox
From: trentandmary <>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 12:56:46 +1000
Just posted a new update for my birding database.

Hopefully there's a lot less bugs in it this time round.  I actually 
didn't get very much feedback last time (though quite a few people did 
visit the web page)  Not sure if that's because: (a) it just didn't 
work at all? (b) generally no interest in a database for birding? (c) 
haven't got round to using it yet? (d) some other reason?

I realise that one of the main problems with the database is that you 
need MS Access to run it.  I'm hoping to find someone who can help with 
a developers edition of access and turn it into a fully fledged stand 
alone application sometime in the not too distant future.  This 
should also help iron our some of the difficulties which seem to be 
occurring between users with different access versions.


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