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Veronique Malouin
most recent 31 MAR 12 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 30 MAR 12 by roselover
Hi,
I am co editor of The Marin Rose, the newsletter for the Marin Rose Society in California. We would like permission to use your photo of Comte du Charbord and would give you photo credit as well as credit for helpmefind.com. Thanks in advance.
Joan Goff
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 31 MAR 12 by Veronique Malouin's Rose Garden
Hi,
Yes you can use my photo. Is this newsletter electronic or print? Perhaps I can forward to you the original file with a better resolution. You can contact me directly here : vmalouin@gmail.com
Best,
Véronique
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most recent 26 MAY 08 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 26 MAY 08 by Veronique Malouin's Rose Garden
Thanks everyone for your kind comments, unfortunately this garden do no longer exist.
Hope to get a new antique rose garden someday.

Merci à tous pour vos commentaires, malheureusement ce jardin n'existe plus. J'espère bien cultiver un nouveau jardin de roses anciennes bientôt.

Véronique
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most recent 8 FEB 05 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 24 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Dear HelpMeFind users, I'm going to have some old French Catalogues and wanted to know if you agree to add some Rose Description in French language in the References Section. Feel free to add your Comments on this. Chers Utilisateurs de HelpMeFind, Seriez-vous d'accord pour que l'on ajoute les descriptions de roses en français à partir des catalogues de l'époque ? Merci de laisser vos commentaires. A bientôt, AmiRoses
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Reply #1 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Josée Prud'homme's Garden
Oui!
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Reply #2 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Lyn G
Yes, we are more than willing to add this information in the references section and even some information in the notes section.

Our goal is to provide information that is useful to all users of the site. The database is always a work in progress to meet this goal.

Anything that is added to the references section should be sent to me at lyn@helpmefind.com following the format, as closely as possible that we are currently using for this feature.

If you have suggestions, we are would love to know about them and see if we can accomodate you and/or include them in the site. We want to continue improving the site for all users.

Smiles,

Lyn
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Reply #3 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
OUI
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Reply #4 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Oui
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Reply #5 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by bruno
oui
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Reply #6 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Génial! pour nous qui comprenons difficilement l'anglais.
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Reply #7 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Veronique Malouin's Rose Garden
Oui!
That would be great to find these descriptions here.
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Reply #8 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
ABSOLUMENT !
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Reply #9 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Anonymous-797
Oui, ce serait très apprécié.
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Reply #10 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Oui
Yes
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Reply #11 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Oui pour un catalogue en francais
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Reply #12 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by anonymous-36710
Absolument. Ça ajouterait à la qualité des informations

Absolutly. It would add to the information quality.
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Reply #13 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Mille fois oui!
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Reply #14 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Mille fois oui!
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Reply #15 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Arnold
Grande idée Amiroses. Votre apport sur HMF concernant les roses maintenues à l'Haÿ est déjà appréciée. HMF s'imposerait comme référence incontournable.
ClairMatin
That would be a great idea Amiroses. Your contributions on HMF about roses held at l'Haÿ-les-roses is already so valuable. HMF will confirm to be THE reference.
Arnold
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Reply #16 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Cathy
Mille fois oui!
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Reply #17 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Anonymous-797
Ca serait super intéressant
Milles merci pour ce site

Olivier Belgique
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Reply #18 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
oui j'aimerais bien!
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Reply #19 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Lise
oui j'aimerais bien! merci!
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Reply #20 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Lise
oui
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Reply #21 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
oui ce serait vraiment apprécié!
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Reply #22 of 33 posted 25 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
ouiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii s'il vous plaît, oui, oui et oui encore.
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Reply #23 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Anonymous-797
Ce serait tres interressant,
Merci d'avance
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Reply #24 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Anonymous-797
Oui S.V.P. Ce serait Super !!
Merci !!
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Reply #25 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
Cela me parait absolument necessaire et obligatoire. Apres tout la plupart des roses anciennes sont francaises.
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Reply #26 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by anonymous-56118
OUI
YES
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Reply #27 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Eglantyne
Oui !!!!!!!!!!
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Reply #28 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Unregistered Guest
ça serait une bonne idée! ferait rever deux fois plus!
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Reply #29 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by AmiRoses
C'EST GAGNE! Merci de vos Réponses !!

Pour ceux qui veulent contribuer, voici la marche à suivre :

Envoyer un courriel à Lyn@helpmefind.com au format suivant :

1.Titre de l'ouvrage suivi de l'année de première publication
2.Type d'ouvrage (Catalogue, livre....)
3. Date d'édition et auteur
4. Reference: ( Numéro(s) de page décrivant cette rose )
5. Si possible entre crochets [] La traduction en Anglais de la description.

Exemple :

Titre: Catalogue Soupert & Notting 1936
Type: Catalog
Published: December 1969, by Soupert & Notting
Reference: Page(s) 6.

Madame Albert Barbier Hybride Remontant. Abricot et parfois rosé. [Hybrid Perpetual. Apricot and sometimes pinkish.]

Merci à tous et bonne contribution à la meilleure des Bases de données !!!
AmiRoses
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Reply #30 of 33 posted 26 JAN 05 by Josée Prud'homme
J'imagine que l'ouvrage doit être libre de droits ?
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Reply #31 of 33 posted 27 JAN 05 by Lyn G
AmiRoses and all,

I am so excited about the response to this thread! Your enthusiasm is catching. I think I might have responded too quickly when AmiRose first posted her question. Before I get buried in 500,000 emails, let's look and see how we can make this happen without having to wait for programming changes.

At this time, the software limits access to the "References" tab on a rose page just to administrators. If you were to send the information directly to me as I first suggested, the data would be entered, but I would have to work the data entry process into my already full schedule. I certainly didn't expect this kind of response and thought I would only have to deal with a few roses.

However, the Q & C tab is programmed to accept posts from site users. Can I ask you to enter the information onto the Q & C tab and I will enter a comment in the "Notes" section of the main page telling users they can find a description of the rose in French by clicking the Q & C tab? Will this work for you? Oh, and could someone tell me what to say in French to direct users to the French rose description on the Q & C tab?

Smiles,

Lyn
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Reply #32 of 33 posted 27 JAN 05 by AmiRoses
Petite rectification sur la marche a suivre.
Plutot que d'envoyer un courriel a Lyn,

1. Aller sur la page de la rose a decrire
2. Cliquer sur l'onglet Q&C, puis sur POST COMMENT
3. Coller votre texte.
4. Cliquer sur CONTINUE pour enregistrer.

Vous pouvez faire des rectifications en cliquant sur EDIT.


Lyn, the french text to put in the Notes is :

Description(s) de cette rose en Français dans l'onglet Q&C
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Reply #33 of 33 posted 8 FEB 05 by Anonymous-797
Bonsoir Madame, Monsieur,

En français, ce serait génial.
Si vous décidez de le faire, j'apprécierais énormément.

Merci à vous
Mirkathou
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