Write a nice simple blog post for wlm.org about where things are and where they are headed with some links to more info, and tools.
@Lokal_Profil and @JeanFred, we have a good number of eye-balls on the blog these days. If you want to write about some of your plans, the current state of the projects you're working on, etc., now seems to be a good time. If you need help with writing the post, please ping me. If I can be of help brainstorming about it, please ping as well. Otherwise, run with it. :)
Sorry for the delay on this.
I'll have to admit that right now I'm just to bogged down with other commitments. I'll happily answer any questions but I don't have the time to take a lead on this.
The overview should be collected here with respect to existing tools, but i have a feeling it's not complete: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2016/Tools
With respect to the wikidata migration, there is probably a better overview page.
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