Send first batch of WikiGrok contributions to Wikidata as a test of the aggregation and submission pipeline.
@kaldari also mentioned on https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Requests_for_permissions/Bot/WikiGrok#WikiGrok : just add the last two users who approved to the edit summary. That way we can hunt down vandalism and other problems.
@Multichill I'll definitely propose that to the team, although it isn't an option for the current bot request. The prototype version (which the existing data is from) used EventLogging for recording the data and we had to use user tokens instead of user names for the records (for privacy reasons that I won't get into here). The current WikiGrok software has a real storage backend and does record user names, so we can do that in the future.
Hmm, maybe do another pass on the already collected data and push out the edits right after someone approves something?
Makes me think of https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wiki_Loves_Monuments/Philosophy#Give_quick_and_visible_results
You met with a bit of a (overly) reluctant group of community members. I hope that didn't scare you off. This has so much potential! Please do continue, just take into account that the Wikidata/Wikimedia community likes to know who to thank (or blame) when it comes to claims. That should be relatively straightforward.