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Charles Reynolds charles at unixstar.com
Sun Jun 11 12:19:08 PDT 2006

Ah yes. As Winston Churchill said it, "We are two countries divided by a
common language. " 'Nuff said. I understand now. Never heard of this
confusion in tree classification before. The odd bits that pop up our
global community of the web!

Thanks for clearing this up and adding to my store of knowledge. 

Charles Reynolds

On Thu, 2006-06-08 at 19:17 +0100, Stephen Silver wrote:
> Theresa Knott wrote:
> > At first I thought  "What is he on about?" I know my seeds! But then
> > it occured to me that perhaps it's a culteral thing so I did a quick
> > check on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sycamore and sure enough
> > 
> > "The sycamores of North America are members of the genus Platanus.
> > There are several species, including the American sycamore, and the
> > California sycamore.
> > 
> > The sycamore in Britain and Ireland is a European maple tree, Acer
> > pseudoplatanus, also called Sycamore Maple."
> > 
> > So it seems we are both correct. I therefore to modify the keywords
> > and add maple and acer. Is there anyway I can do that?
> Unfortunately there isn't a way to do that at present.  You could
> upload a new version with the modified keywords, but you can't
> delete the old version.  The situation isn't likely to improve
> until the website switches to using ccHost, and I've no idea when
> that will be.
> (I'm CC-ing this to Charles Reynolds, as his message came via the
> feedback form, so he probably didn't see your reply.)

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