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đŸŒ» TWiB July 11, 2022

The Week in Botany
I think I’ve finally run out of ways not to get the translation system working on Botany One. With luck, it should start this week which will allow me to start writing again. The first test language will be Spanish. We’ll be running tests for about a month and if it works as I want, we’ll be restoring languages at the rate of about one a month.
The big news story this week was the new lily discovered at Kew, until a non-Botany story came to the fore in the second half of the week. If, like some people, you find yourself unexpectedly in need of a job there are quite a few posts advertised this week,
Once again the newsletter will be back with you at the same time next week, unless COVID catches me, or my keyboard melts in the heat. Until then, take care.
Alun (webmaster@botany.one)

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