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Tue Jan 20 21:23:35 CET 2015
On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 7:15 AM, Ken Seehart <ken at seehart.com> wrote:
> Exactly. There are over 23,000 different kinds of trees. There's no way you
> could get all of them to fit in a library, especially a standard one.
> Instead, we prefer to provide people with the tools they need to grow their
> own trees.
I'm not sure whether you're talking about algorithmic or arboreal
trees here... I'm fairly sure the State Library of Victoria contains
23,000 trees, albeit in a slightly modified form. But the State
Library is not a standard one.
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