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  1. Animals or OMIA on an ANGIS server. 25 years later, OMIA
  2. OMIA, to celebrate its 25th anniversary. In
  3. within the Sydney School of Veterinary Science. The present context is that OMIA now covers a total of
  4. information, the major type of information that is stored within OMIA
  5. mutation. And OMIA records all the the details about those. The total number
  6. every week, and OMIA's major tasks these days is to record all the details that
  7. usage stats for the first four months of this year. OMIA has received a monthly
  8. these people are named under the Acknowledgements tab on the OMIA homepage. And I
  9. am enormously grateful. More information on OMIA's 25th anniversary is available
  10. covid pandemic not intervened. Here's the OMIA URL just to remind you of how
  11. you can actually access OMIA. And speaking of URLs, I'd just like to remind
  12. authors to please use hyperlinked OMIA IDs in your
  13. publications if you're ever talking about a trait that's included in OMIA.
  14. trait in OMIA, and then there's a usually four-digit ID
  15. of that binary OMIA ID. Finally, there are several big necessary projects we've got
  16. planned for OMIA. There's a succession issue. I'm now in my
  17. probably have to pay somebody to take over what I've been doing. OMIA needs
  18. fact that all the information in OMIA has always been freely available to
  19. OMIA launched a crowdfunding project last year, and if anybody knows of anyone
  20. sustainability of OMIA we would be very grateful. Thank you very much.