I work at Wikimedia Sweden.
Checked with Europeana whether they would like us to fill in the survey, given they should already, via @Wittylama , have good knowledge of GLAMWiki-collaboration. They answered they'd appreciate us filling it in so we will.
TODO: Chase WMF on this.
Letter of intent sent to Trackuback.
Tue, Jul 28
Mon, Jul 27
Budget agreed. Draft letter of intent shared with @Jopparn for his approval.
Fri, Jul 24
Wed, Jul 22
Tue, Jul 21
We learned that we cannot be a partner in the project, as we had erroneously assumed, we must be a contractor. Have thus communicated what our consultancy rates are to Trackuback and awaiting their response.
Mon, Jul 20
Have a call with them July 20, 13.30
Thu, Jul 16
We've decide to say yes (provided our budgetary conditions are met).
Tue, Jul 14
RA is onboard. Have mailed John the details.
Fri, Jul 10
Will speak with John on how to move forward July 14.
Mailed WMIL a piece of what I consider important feedback on the "logic" of the first UI screens/prototype. That's all for this week, have prioritised working on funding applications.
Thu, Jul 9
Call with RA booked for July 10.
Wed, Jul 8
Tue, Jul 7
Meeting held. Report sent by mail to John.
Mon, Jul 6
@Jopparn Nationalmuseum is onboard with doing an application for a larger project, part of the increase in ambition will be to use Wikidata QS and Wikimedia community developed tools to uncover and visualise relations.. Have also blocked a day in July with Karin to get started on the application.
Positive feedback from WMIL.
@Jopparn I mailed Nationalmuseum immediately after we spoke, but haven't heard back. Could be they can't answer as the principals at SHM are on holidays.
Jul 3 2020
@OlafJanssen Thank you for this excellent input! I'll take a look next week (when I have another few hours to put into this project). Also, since you're planning to translate what you've been doing into English I will certainly only make a very brief summary of it myself. I've created a first draft document trying to summarise requirements on metrics based on previous research. It's here https://docs.google.com/document/d/18ViPxG8-U_7Z6K_GlCo0rMwHq_v3P7kSeRW-pVg8R_M/edit?usp=sharing (just ask for access and I'll give it to you) and your comments would be welcome.
Jul 2 2020
Have sent them a response with some suggested times for a chat.