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I am curious what you think of it.

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By: Tony Timmins http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/comment-page-1/#comment-2947 Tony Timmins Mon, 21 Mar 2011 23:33:28 +0000 http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/#comment-2947 Mark, this is brilliant idea, if we could just get a small proportion implemented it would be a genealogy software winner. Genealogy software designed by the end user. Taking it to the next stage, perhaps......... iGenTAB - This would be a 3G tablet, gps, camera, scanner running the iPerfect operating system. It may happen, technology seems to move so fast these days. It doesn't seem that long ago that I was replacing valves in VHF radio tx/rx systems! Mark, this is brilliant idea, if we could just get a small proportion implemented it would be a genealogy software winner. Genealogy software designed by the end user.

Taking it to the next stage, perhaps………

iGenTAB – This would be a 3G tablet, gps, camera, scanner running the iPerfect operating system. It may happen, technology seems to move so fast these days. It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was replacing valves in VHF radio tx/rx systems!

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By: Jennifer Wilhelmi http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/comment-page-1/#comment-2946 Jennifer Wilhelmi Mon, 21 Mar 2011 16:42:38 +0000 http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/#comment-2946 Link between people in the system and Google contacts since that's what ends up on my phone. Its a pain having all this data about family members in the genealogy software with their contact information (email, mailing address, etc) and having to manually duplicate that in other systems. An export of the information that is in the standard contact import/export format might suffice. In the same way you can have a mailing address for a person, I would want to record a Facebook Profile, a personal web site, a blog, a twitter account, all the ways you can contact a person. If the software had its own email address, I would want to send and receive emails directly from within the software. Then if I decided one of those applied directly to a research project, I could attach it. If it didn't directly apply or if I didn't know, then I would still have access to the email within GenPerfect. This would require embedding an email system (something like Outlook or Thunderbird) in the product. If you did that, however, why not just set it up so you can use an existing email address? POP or SMTP setups. Then, I don't have to change the email address I've been using for years and I don't have to keep track of an additional one. Jennifer Link between people in the system and Google contacts since that’s what ends up on my phone. Its a pain having all this data about family members in the genealogy software with their contact information (email, mailing address, etc) and having to manually duplicate that in other systems. An export of the information that is in the standard contact import/export format might suffice. In the same way you can have a mailing address for a person, I would want to record a Facebook Profile, a personal web site, a blog, a twitter account, all the ways you can contact a person.

If the software had its own email address, I would want to send and receive emails directly from within the software. Then if I decided one of those applied directly to a research project, I could attach it. If it didn’t directly apply or if I didn’t know, then I would still have access to the email within GenPerfect. This would require embedding an email system (something like Outlook or Thunderbird) in the product.

If you did that, however, why not just set it up so you can use an existing email address? POP or SMTP setups. Then, I don’t have to change the email address I’ve been using for years and I don’t have to keep track of an additional one.

Jennifer

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By: Ray Whidden http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/comment-page-1/#comment-2945 Ray Whidden Mon, 21 Mar 2011 16:27:23 +0000 http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2011/03/20/genperfect-3/#comment-2945 RE: Facebook as a source Shouldn't FB be considered the repository and the source the person who compiled tree or presumably whatevever sources they cited. Ray Whidden Edmonton AB from my Palm Pre RE: Facebook as a source
Shouldn’t FB be considered the repository and the source the person who compiled tree or presumably whatevever sources they cited.

Ray Whidden Edmonton AB
from my Palm Pre

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