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24-01-2020 18:05

Gernot Friebes

Hi,I'm looking for help with this unkown Scutellin

23-01-2020 13:54

Patrice TANCHAUD

Bonjour, récolte dans un lieu incendié où il y

22-01-2020 20:14

Thorben Hülsewig

Hi there, two week ago i found a Pseudonectria pa

24-01-2020 15:35

Thomas Læssøe

No clue on this one but maybe all you clever ones

24-01-2020 17:43

Björn Nordén

Hi!Has anyone some advice on this? the ascospores

24-01-2020 16:38

Thomas Læssøe

https://svampe.databasen.org/observations/10072105

22-01-2020 21:21

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Especie recolectada en corteza de eucalipto, en la

23-01-2020 14:29

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Recolectado en caña de gramineas en zona dudarPie

23-01-2020 15:15

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

Hemos recolestado esta especie en hojas que no hem

23-01-2020 17:04

Thomas Læssøe

Perithecia superficial, amongst af forest of dark

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FRDBI
Simon Kennedy, 12-01-2020 10:28
I apologise for raising this topic again, but can anyone tell me what has happened to the old FRDBI. Once again, I find that I cannot get access. Are the historicalrecords publically available,  or has the decision been made to 'put all that behind' us and consign it to the dustbin of history, in the pursuit of that which is  'shiny and new', but not 'fit for purpose'?

Simon


Anthony Carter, 12-01-2020 10:39
Re : FRDBI
It went off on Friday but I used it yesterday, Saturday. They might be doing maintenance or transferring records to FRDBI2. I shall try to find out.


Tony Carter
Simon Kennedy, 12-01-2020 11:37
Re : FRDBI
Many thanks Anthony. I have tried this morning and I am still getting an error message. At least there is hope that it will return. I do find it so quick and easy to use. At some point, I will have to get up to speed with the new database, but a couple of genera I was checking on there, were did not even appear, following a search.
Anthony Carter, 13-01-2020 17:53
Re : FRDBI
The problem is that the old and well loved FRDBI was run by Paul Kirk, now an honorary research associate at Kew(I think). He also curates the Species/Index Fungorum.
This database was a personal project, run on his hardware, and which he made available to us.

But he is in the throes of retirement and can not continue with the old FRDBI. This is why BMS is developing the new database which will feed into the NBN database. It has the support of the British Museum and will be run by the BMS.

So what to do with the original database? It has been moved to the servers at Kew to be looked after by the IT department there. But is not a Kew product so we will need to ask them what they intend to do with it.

I am advised that Paul Kirk also has difficulty accessing it.

If people wish to continue to access it perhaps they should let Kew know.

Tony Carter
Malcolm Greaves, 13-01-2020 19:26
Malcolm  Greaves
Re : FRDBI
Until all the old records are transferred across to the new database which I think is what is to happen then we need access to those records.