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Re: [australianherps] Re: Returning Record Books (Jeff Hardy)

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  • Paul Speirs
    That does sound like a fine suggestion for those who use computers, but what is the percentage of those people. People licensed for other protected fauna
    Message 1 of 7 , May 3, 2002
      That does sound like a fine suggestion for those who use computers, but what
      is the percentage of those people. People licensed for other protected
      fauna could also make use of the database which may make it more viable. As
      for petitioning NPWS, perhaps just a suggestion would be better recieved :-)


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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "pbgibson99" <pbgibson@...>
      To: <australianherps@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 11:12 PM
      Subject: [australianherps] Re: Returning Record Books (Jeff Hardy)


      > --- In australianherps@y..., "Paul Speirs" <pauls@p...> wrote:
      > > Rather than an electronic lodgement system with the hassle of
      > scanning pages
      > > in, perhaps simply an online database with user auithentication.
      > I've done
      > > similar stuff with onlne sql databases, so it isn't THAT hard, just
      > time
      > > consuming. That way, people can simply update the database when
      > there is
      > > a change. Just a thought.
      > >
      > > Another thought is going to someone like Scott Kane who has written
      > a
      > > software package call MSAHerp. He could include some kind of
      > lodgement
      > > module which will stick it directly into a database at NPWS.
      >
      > You're right Paul,
      >
      > We should petition the NPWS to create an on-line database that alows
      > us to update our posessions 'real time'
      >
      > Apart from that, we should be able to deposit our records into the
      > tender box of our local gov. office to be passed on to the adressee
      > there on...?
      >
      > just my thoughts - protests may be posted to the protestee...
      >
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    • Peter Buckley
      I know, how about a system where you put your returns in an envelope with a stamp and post it. Wow, it works for me. Peter ... That does
      Message 2 of 7 , May 3, 2002
        I know, how about a system where you put your returns
        in an envelope with a stamp and post it. Wow, it works
        for me.
        Peter
        --- Paul Speirs <pauls@...> wrote:

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        That does sound like a fine suggestion for those who
        use computers, but what<BR>
        is the percentage of those people.  People
        licensed for other protected<BR>
        fauna could also make use of the database which may
        make it more viable.  As<BR>
        for petitioning NPWS, perhaps just a suggestion would
        be better recieved :-)<BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
        Regards,<BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
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        ----- Original Message -----<BR>
        From: "pbgibson99"
        <pbgibson@...><BR>
        To: <australianherps@yahoogroups.com><BR>
        Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 11:12 PM<BR>
        Subject: [australianherps] Re: Returning Record Books
        (Jeff Hardy)<BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
        > --- In australianherps@y..., "Paul
        Speirs" <pauls@p...> wrote:<BR>
        > > Rather than an electronic lodgement system
        with the hassle of<BR>
        > scanning pages<BR>
        > > in, perhaps simply an online database with
        user auithentication.<BR>
        > I've done<BR>
        > > similar stuff with onlne sql databases, so
        it isn't THAT hard, just<BR>
        > time<BR>
        > > consuming.    That way,
        people can simply update the database when<BR>
        > there is<BR>
        > > a change.  Just a thought.<BR>
        > ><BR>
        > > Another thought is going to someone like
        Scott Kane who has written<BR>
        > a<BR>
        > > software package call MSAHerp.  He
        could include some kind of<BR>
        > lodgement<BR>
        > > module which will stick it directly into a
        database at NPWS.<BR>
        ><BR>
        > You're right Paul,<BR>
        ><BR>
        > We should petition the NPWS to create an on-line
        database that alows<BR>
        > us to update our posessions 'real time'<BR>
        ><BR>
        > Apart from that, we should be able to deposit our
        records into the<BR>
        > tender box of our local gov. office to be passed
        on to the adressee<BR>
        > there on...?<BR>
        ><BR>
        > just my thoughts - protests may be posted to the
        protestee...<BR>
        ><BR>
        ><BR>
        ><BR>
        ><BR>
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