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🌻 TWiB Jun 13, 2022

The Week in Botany
It’s been a busy week. Preparations are now in place to bring back the multilingual interface for the website. The first language to return will be Spanish, as any problems in the system are most likely to appear here. Once I’m satisfied that we have that working then the other languages will appear, probably at the rate of one every month or so, unless it turns out I’ve got the budget horrifically wrong.
There should also be a job advert from Annals of Botany out this week. The advert for the Social Media Secretary is ready. It’ll be a part-time job for about two or three days a week. I’ll be mentioning it here next week, but if you want to see it sooner, keep an eye on the @BotanyOne or @AnnBot accounts on Twitter.
I plan to be sending another email out at the same time next week, assuming COVID doesn’t strike. Until then, take care.
Alun (

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