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diatomsRcool
@diatomsRcool
looks like gnrd is down?
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
something is wrong, it goes down and up, I did not have a chance to look what causes it yet
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
@diatomsRcool got GNRD back, was a Kubernetes trouble :-/
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
Hello it doesn't seem that this Gitter is very active.
However, I have one question for which I don't see a clear answer to. What are the links between the Global Names Index and the Global Names Resolver? Is GNI the database that provides a backbone for GNR?
Because I'm using the taxize R package and it has different functions to access both services.
Debbie Paul
@debpaul
Hello Matthias, welcome! @dimus will have answers for you (and I'll learn in the process).
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
There are 3 projects that are doing approximately the same thing: https://gni.globalnames.org, https://resolver.globalnames.org, https://verifier.globalnames.org
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
Wow thank you so much to both of you for your so quick answers!
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
I do keep them all for now, because people have scripts that depend on them. However, when https://verifier.globalnames.org will get all functionality of other two, gni and resolver will be deprecated and removed after a "sunset" period.
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
@dimus how would define the contours between the 3 projects?
I'm trying to trace back the links between taxonomic databases that's why I'm asking.

I do keep them all for now, because people have scripts that depend on them. However, when https://verifier.globalnames.org will get all functionality of other two, gni and resolver will be deprecated and removed after a "sunset" period.

Oh! But I suppose it'll be a long deprecation period given that so many people are relying on it.

Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
gni is stale code and data-wise, however it has 'faceted' search that is not implemented in verifier yet
resolver adds fuzzy matching. Its code is stale, but data are updated reguarly
verifier is synced with resolver, but is about 100 times faster
From the moment when verifier is ready, I think I will set a year or so for people to adjust
and I will ask @scott to update taxize
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt

verifier is synced with resolver, but is about 100 times faster

Woah that's really interesting :)
Do you consider it stable enough do be used in production already?

Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
I woud say yes, it can be used for production.
There are few things that have to be stabilized, for example, when I update database, I do shut it down for an hour and a half, but I try to do it during off hours for most users.
and it does not happen that often
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
Then for one-time queries that shouldn't disturb the access so much.
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
For people who are comfortable with command line, there is https://github.com/gnames/gnverify
This would be my choice of using verifier
https://github.com/gnames/gnverify also allows to run web-interface locally
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
Alright! Thank you so much for the answers. And thank you for building this. It's really an unvaluable tool for scientists.
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
thanks @Rekyt!
@debpaul is genty pushing me to start talking about new GN tools :)
Debbie Paul
@debpaul
Yes, I am @dimus 00 they are great tools! @Rekyt do you have a twitter account? May we loop you into our tweets?
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt
It could be great to have this info written somewhere because I've looked up both on the GN website and on the GitHub wiki of Resolver and didn't find it.

Yes, I am @dimus 00 they are great tools! @Rekyt do you have a twitter account? May we loop you into our tweets?

Yes of course! My handle is @LeNematode

Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
I am wriging some info about gnparser as we speak, verifier will be next
So there will be updates at globalnames.org soon
thank you for another gentle push @Rekyt :)
Debbie Paul
@debpaul
Thank you @Rekyt -- great twitter handle!
Matthias Grenié
@Rekyt

Thank you @Rekyt -- great twitter handle!

Thanks!

Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
What makes Go a great language for biodiverstity informatics? https://globalnames.org/news/2021/07/14/go/
Debbie Paul
@debpaul
Cool! I'll at the very least > retweet your tweet. And I can loop in a few other groups / people on Twitter who might find this intriguing :-)
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
Thanks @debpaul! I hope the post will be useful for someone who does need fast and simple language.
There is another interesting language https://vlang.io/ that tries to remove limitations in Go and Rust, but I won't trust it at this point of time.
Kaveh Karimi
@ka7eh
Hi and thanks for this great project! I recently started using Global Names tools for a project and noticed you have two organization accounts on Github: GlobalNamesArchitecture and gnames. Some repos like gnfinder exist in both places, though the ones on gnames account are more recent (I think?). What's the connection between the two accounts and which one is the main source?
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
Hi @ka7eh github.com/GlobalNamesArchitecture mostly contains Ruby projects, all of them were done earlier. The `github.com/gnames' contains more recent implementations written in Go. The Go code is planned to be developed further, while Ruby code will be more and more deprecated/removed with time.
You can see https://globalnames.org for news, docs and tutorials. In general gnfinder, gnverifier, gnparser from gnames are the main projects that are actively developed now.
Amanda Lea Whitmire
@amandawhitmire
@dimus I can't seem to get GNfinder to work with URLs. Are there any known bugs for that option? I'm able to read text files without any issues. Am using the command line app. Thanks!
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
@amandawhitmire what is your operating system? How about PDF files? Does gnfinder works for them?
Dmitry Mozzherin
@dimus
did you install GNfinder using brew?
I was one verision behind with brew, now I updated it to GNfinder v0.14.2, so if you did use brew try to install it again.
Amanda Lea Whitmire
@amandawhitmire
Hi @dimus - thank you! I'm on a Mac running Catalina, 10.15.7. I haven't tried PDFs (no need), but am happy to do that if it's helpful to you. I did use brew for the install. I'll install it again and let you know ASAP.
It works!! Awesome - thanks very much. I appreciate it!!