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AvoinGLAM 2023
start date2023-01-012023-01-01T00:00:00Z
end date2023-12-312023-12-31T00:00:00Z
budget (local currency)80575 EUR
amount requested (USD)78060 USD
amount recommended (USD)55355
grant typeGroup of individuals not registered with an organization
funding regionNWE
decision fiscal year2022-23
funding program roundRound 1
applicant and people related to proposalUser:Susannaanas, Susanna Ånäs

User:Tarmo, Tarmo Toikkanen

User:Tove Ørsted, Tove Ørsted
organization (if applicable)AvoinGLAM
Midpoint Learning Report 
Final Learning Report

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Applicant details[edit]

Wikimedia username(s):

User:Susannaanas, Susanna Ånäs

User:Tarmo, Tarmo Toikkanen User:Tove Ørsted, Tove Ørsted



G. Have you received grants from the Wikimedia Foundation before?

Applied previously and did receive a grant

H. Have you received grants from any non-wiki organization before?


H.1 Which organization(s) did you receive grants from?

Open Roots, Ministry of Culture and Education, 48 000 €, 2017

Wikidocumentaries, Kone Foundation, 36 000 €, 2018 Wikidocumentaries Europe for Culture, National Heritage Agency, 17 000 €, 2018 Hack4FI 2020, City of Helsinki, 3 000 €, 2020

M. Do you have a fiscal sponsor?


M1. Fiscal organization name.

Open Knowledge Finland ry

Additional information[edit]

R. Where will this proposal be implemented?


S. Please indicate whether your work will be focused on one country (local), more than one or several countries in your region (regional) or has a cross-regional (global) scope:


S1. If you have answered regional or international, please write the country names and any other information that is useful for understanding your proposal.

T. If you would like, please share any websites or social media accounts that your group or organization has. (optional)


https://www.avoinglam.fi/uutiskirjearkisto/ https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/AvoinGLAM https://twitter.com/avoinGLAM https://www.facebook.com/AvoinGLAM https://www.facebook.com/groups/avoinGLAM https://twitter.com/hack4openglam https://www.facebook.com/hack4openglam https://hack4openglam.okf.fi/ https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/GLAM_School https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Crisis_and_GLAM

M. Do you have a fiscal sponsor?


M1. Fiscal organization name.

Open Knowledge Finland ry


1. What is the overall vision of your organization and how does this proposal contribute to this? How does this proposal connect to past work and learning?

GLAM should not be seen only as work with memory institutions. We have hacked the acronym to stand for Global Languages, Art & Memory. We are also rethinking the L: It could be Letters, which would include Languages as well as Libraries and Literature.

By this we wish to remind that oral heritage or heritage in small institutions, non-institutional or private collections in rich as well as in poor countries fall outside the established preservation practices. We emphasize cultural and linguistic diversity by focusing on efforts supporting different modalities, underresourced cultures and languages, local and intangible heritage, and initiatives regarding heritage at risk.

In 2023 we will highlight heritage at risk in crisis situations. We connect with existing projects as well as new initiatives. We wish to be working on these topics in the next Hack4OpenGLAM, which in itself is outside this application. In addition, we are expecting to build structures for intangible heritage to be addressed in the Wikimedia context.

Continuing our efforts with the GLAM School survey and having participated in capacity building study for GLAMs and the Wikimedia volunteer community in different contexts, we wish to advocate for building appropriate learning structures for contributing to the open ecosystem.

We will explore new forms for hybrid learning through collaborative and creative activities. Hack4OpenGLAM is a co-creation event that allows us to focus on promoting different modalities of knowledge. It is also a great way to bring together volunteers, creators, heritage professionals and technologists to collaboratively design digital futures. We are seeking to produce the next Hack4OpenGLAM hackathon in 2023 in collaboration with other movement actors and events.

In Finland, AvoinGLAM continues to build a community to promote Open Access to cultural heritage as a local branch of the global GLAM community.

2. What is the change that you are trying to bring about and why is this important?

One of the objectives of our work is to push for capacity building in GLAM globally: for organizations, volunteers and partners in the open ecosystem. We have seen that open access policies would have preserved the digital surrogates of artworks destroyed in crises and disasters. Small language communities benefit from using digital tools that the Wikimedia environment makes accessible in revitalizing their language and culture.

We encourage experimentation and play in working together for open access to cultural heritage. We try to create opportunities for volunteers and professionals alike where they can bring their varied skills and knowledge together to create something new. Hack4OpenGLAM has been the perfect occasion to forward these ideas, and we will continue to arrange that and explore new collaborations and ways of working as well.

In Finland, intend to grow a community of changemakers, where opening and sharing cultural heritage is one of the facets of creating change towards an equitable future. We wish to reach out to academia and research, other NGOs and proponents of open, professional GLAM networks and associations, as well as contemporary artists and creators to not be placed needlessly on opposite sides in legislation changes. In addition, we should grow our network among new communities, such as the content industry.

We advocate for the importance of multimodal knowledge in the open ecosystem. In our activities we choose to work with visual imagery, and solve challenges related to that from the point of view of the systems, of metadata, and of data flows. We explore the opportunities Structured Data on Commons makes available, how it connects with data across the internet, in GLAM organizations, or other image repositories, and makes possible new configurations of data, media and experiences. We are also interested in tackling emerging forms of visual misinformation on the internet, and to identify the role of Wikimedia in combating it.

Our agenda highlights undocumented and underrepresented histories and less-common ways of representing knowledge. As the different forms of living heritage have been replaced by efficient technologies and a modern way of life, maybe we can use the global open ecosystem to preserve and reinvigorate some of the old ways. We are working to bring intangible heritage more visibly to Wikimedia projects.

In sharing information that is more private, belongs to smaller communities or that is contested, we must explore safe and ethical sharing practices. Not everything can be shared, but not opening at all is not the ideal solution, otherwise we might risk losing the historical track of the communities in question. The most important is that we let the communities and people in question to decide for themselves and to manage projects about their heritage.

Additionally, we must develop legislation, legal tools, ethical frameworks and best practices that advance consensual sharing of relatively sensitive information, for example indigenous, traditional knowledge or private information, that could otherwise be either completely blocked or open without restrictions.

We must also advocate internally as the Wikimedia projects have practices in place that make including this kind of information difficult. Our project Wikidocumentaries can bring Wikimedia and other GLAM sources together on its own platform in multiple languages, and circumvent the notability criteria of the individual projects.

We look for impactful topics that sprout from the existing emphasis. In 2022, we started looking into how open knowledge contributors can work in relation to crises, and build a community around that. For example, we can work with cases of stolen cultural items by listing and locating as well as raising awareness of them. As a counterpart to crises, we would like to explore setups that promote resurgence, and the sustainability of people, knowledge, environment, and the creations.

3. Describe your main approaches or strategies to achieve these changes and why you think they will be effective.

We aim to create a continuous flow of different working methods that feed and complement each other:

1. Surfacing emerging topics (case studies, research)
2. Bringing together like-minded actors to explore ideas (workshop, case studies)
3. Igniting discussion (writings, discussions)
4. Influencing policies (advocacy)
5. Planning and completing projects together (collaborations)
6. Documenting and sharing, building capacity (training, resources)
7. Influencing public opinion (publicity)
8. Engaging new creators and inspiring new ideas (community activities, meetups)
9. Initiating long-term projects as platforms for collaboration (esp. Wikidocumentaries, collaboration networks and infrastructures, campaigns)

4. What are the activities you will be developing and delivering as part of these approaches or strategies?

Office & team

AvoinGLAM is an unincorporated group around Open GLAM (avoin = open in Finnish) that was established in 2012 and started receiving community funds support in 2022. Open Knowledge Finland functions as its fiscal sponsor. The programmatic decisions are done within the core group consisting of around 10 people, and the legal decisions are carried out by the OKFI board. AvoinGLAM employs a part-time coordinator who runs the activities. We mostly work remotely but we have a fancy base at URBAN3 premises at Maria01 as part of our arrangement with OKFI. In 2023, we will explore the best options to arrange our governance going forward.

Community activities

AvoinGLAM contributes to promoting open access to cultural heritage in the global context, and grows a peer community in Finland to tackle the issues on the local level. We arrange webinars on emerging topics in GLAM for either the Finnish community or the international audience depending on the topic. The Finnish community is invited to meet in person three times a year.

We wish to support a lively international peer community for GLAM practitioners in Wikimedia and the Creative Commons networks as well as in GLAM organizations. We participate in the work of global thematic working groups and communities, such as the Expert committee in the Content partnership hub or the Creative Commons Open Culture platform. Whenever possible, we connect with related activities beyond these networks.


AvoinGLAM will publish social media posts and our own newsletter for the Finnish community and This Month in GLAM posts for the international audience. Whenever necessary, we will spark discussion by publishing in internationally visible online publications. We will continue the series of presentations and workshops in international events to highlight the issues we are working on or should work on.

As we focus on visual knowledge in our work, we also promote visual communication for outreach and advocacy. We will produce a set of audiovisual materials that can be combined and used to illustrate our outreach materials.


We wish to allocate time for small-scale case studies and experiments with our partners and the international GLAM community. We are including work in the Support for Sámi languages in digital services with the National Library of Finland in this. We can arrange small editing events that will reveal further collaboration possibilities through media and data uploads, research questions, Wikipedia editing etc. Depending on the direction they take, we can engage more actors in these activities. Possible topics revolve around our focus areas, for example ethical sharing: decolonizing metadata descriptions or language revitalization; Crisis and GLAM: recording looted and endangered cultural heritage or working with native place names; Knowledge Equity: rainbow history; or the visual web: making a process for artists to openly license their works.

We are discussing a collaboration between Wiki World Heritage and Aalto University about data visualization on world heritage data on Wikidata. It will introduce design students to Wikidata and the campaign dynamics, and the results may enrich the Wikimedia project or the Wikidocumentaries platform in visualizing the Wikimedia content.

2023 is the 20th anniversary of the UNESCO Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. At the same time it will be celebrated throughout Europe as the European Heritage Days (EHD) theme year Living Heritage. We are looking into launching new activities in collaboration with European coordinators of the Convention. This is still very preliminary and it is hard to know how it progresses.

AvoinGLAM projects

We would like to secure a sum for the Hack4OpenGLAM co-creation event that allows us to build the collaboration network and fundraise for the event or series of events with global partners.

We wish to fundraise also for the Wikidocumentaries project. It was created in 2018 to aggregate Wikimedia and open content, visualize it, and allow contextual contributions. An initial support for a developer will help us maintain it and prepare for further development. Possible projects include support for Wiki Loves campaigns, Wikisource and GLAMs to display their collections.

5. Do you want to apply for multi-year funding?      


5.1 If yes, provide a brief overview of Year 2 and Year 3 of the proposed plan and how this relates to the current proposal and your strategic plan?


6. Please include a timeline (operational calendar) for your proposal.

The timeline is included in the planning document at https://docs.google.com/document/d/10yYW-uqPpHTw18dtF_RilQNl8tDoDOkw-PhIENyhGCs/edit#heading=h.w1wjc6z9l8o1

7. Do you have the team that is needed to implement this proposal?

Susanna Ånäs is salaried at 0.7 FTE to coordinate the activities.

We plan to hire a developer at 0.1 FTE to maintain and prepare the Wikidocumentaries project for further development.

We plan to commission graphic design items from a designer for training and advocacy purposes.

The core team consists of approximately 10 volunteer “members” and we plan to grow this team by 5–15 members in 2023. Programming decisions are made in this group. The team members' names are displayed on AvoinGLAM’s Meta page.

Volunteer members also represent the group in committees, events and projects.

We will seek additional funding for Hack4OpenGLAM, which is not included in the plan at this stage. The proposal will likely be done in collaboration with other movement actors. We plan to progress with becoming recognized as a Wikimedia user group soon, and to incorporate at a suitable pace. Our current arrangement allows us to focus on programs rather than administration, but we are equipped to manage the administration independently as well, when ready.

8. Please state if your proposal aims to work to bridge any of the identified CONTENT knowledge gaps (Knowledge Inequity)? Select up to THREE that most apply to your work.

Language, Important Topics (topics considered to be of impact or important in the specific context), Cultural background, ethnicity, religion, racial

8.1 In a few sentences, explain how your work is specifically addressing this content gap (or Knowledge inequity) to ensure a greater representation of knowledge.

In 2023 we are focusing on heritage at risk, which is jeopardized by disasters, conflicts or neglect. If this knowledge is not recorded, it can be lost forever.

Secondly, we wish to promote recording intangible heritage, along which we want to raise awareness of ethical sharing. It requires consent at minimum, but more often acknowledging the right of communities to govern the representation of themselves and their heritage.

Finally, we will promote visual representation of knowledge in open online environments by focusing on data visualization. We continue to focus on images and visual storytelling in our GLAM approach.

9. Please state if your proposal includes any of these areas or THEMATIC focus. Select up to THREE that most apply to your work and explain the rationale for identifying these themes.

Advocacy, Culture, heritage or GLAM , Open Technology

10. Will your work focus on involving participants from any underrepresented communities? Please note, we had previously asked about inclusion and diversity in terms of CONTENTS, in this question we are asking about the diversity of PARTICIPANTS. Select up to THREE that most apply to your work.

Geographic , Ethnic/racial/religious or cultural background, Linguistic / Language

11. What are your strategies for engaging participants, particularly those that currently are non-Wikimedia?

In our own community, we wish to involve representatives of different domains in order to be able to tackle the questions in multifaceted ways.

As we identify topics of interest, we will network around these globally and reach out to different organizations and projects dealing with the same issues.

We create opportunities for lightweight experiments with partners. In 2023 we will try to bring those little contributions together in the Hack4OpenGLAM co-creation event. Through years of collaboration we also gradually embark on new projects together with the partners.

We have come to the conclusion that we must not always try to maintain our own little communities around the projects that we create, but instead bring the participants together in the bigger communities of Open GLAM or GLAM-Wiki.

We do, however, publish a newsletter and make noise in social media and Telegram channels to keep in contact with the participants of our (past and future) projects. Often the collaboration evolves over time and produces unexpected results later on.

12. In what ways are you actively seeking to contribute towards creating a safer, supportive, more equitable environment for participants and promoting the UCOC and Friendly Space Policy, and/or equivalent local policies and processes?

Civility and mutual respect are fundamental to ensuring a supportive and safe environment without threat of prejudice and/or harassment in all our activities and the workplace. This is especially important as we work with underrepresented communities. We will

  • Make Universal Code of Conduct and the Friendly Space Policy known in all digital and physical spaces we use.
  • Train the community in identifying, addressing and mitigating the harms of harassment.
  • Encourage participants in our activities to call out violations and make available a reporting protocol.
  • Agree on enforcement policies for protecting the community and its members against harassment. A person continuing to violate the UCoC/FSP will be asked to leave, and permanently banned from participating after three such occasions.
  • Any organization we work with must adhere to UCoC/FSP, and events we present in must have a Code of Conduct in place.
  • Any incidents breaking the law will be reported to local law enforcement.

13. Do you have plans to work with Wikimedia communities, groups, or affiliates in your country, or in other countries, to implement this proposal?


13.1 If yes, please tell us about these connections online and offline and how you have let Wikimedia communities know about this proposal.

We progress organically in our project planning, though activities. When we arrange events, we identify common areas of interest with the participants, which leads to other collaborations. I try to bring people together across projects and domains globally.

We have not yet announced the upcoming activities publicly, but we have consulted different global communities while preparing them. For example, the Crisis and GLAM focus for Hack4OpenGLAM is emerging from the work started with the panel discussion at Wikimania and further worked on at the European GLAM coordinators’ meeting. Wiki Loves Living Heritage has started from the initiative of a partner, and the communities are being consulted gradually. Unfortunately this ongoing work has not been completed, and there could be changes and challenges. Wikidocumentaries has several projects benefiting the Wikimedia community pending and waiting for the project to be developed.

14. Will you be working with other external, non-Wikimedian partners to implement this proposal?


14.1 Please describe these partnerships and what motivates the potential partner to be part of the proposal and how they add value to your work.

We usually do not require other than interest and participation from our partners. This way we will not prioritize wealthy partners, but we can look for funding together, if needed.

The interest of a partner is often in learning to share their expertise and content in the open ecosystem. We would like to be able to provide them more security and support, but there are big challenges in that.

We cannot easily affect how the project communities function, but we (the GLAM-Wiki community in general) would like to collaborate with the technology teams at the Wikimedia Foundation better. When we work with a partner, we would like to equip them with understanding and tools with which they can grow their contributions independently. Unfortunately there is a disconnect between the content work and the platform development, also on the strategy level.

Some of our partners are working with the internet’s open ecosystem (such as the national aggregator Finna), and we would like to find ways how we could use our capabilities to empower them to imagine and workshop future iterations of open sharing together.

We are also advocating projects that have started using Wikidata as a central element. The Finnish National Library connects their general ontology to Wikidata, the Media Art History in Finland have contributed to Wikidata while creating their ontology, The Finnish Broadcasting Company has used Wikidata for content tagging for 8 years already. In this area, Wikimedia has lots to offer. We acknowledge that they would like to have more interaction, maybe support. Our role grows smaller over time, but the significance of the whole ecosystem and community grows bigger.

15. How do you hope to sustain or expand the work carried out in this proposal after the grant?

As a small but agile actor in the open ecosystem, we can bring up new topics and connect between previously disconnected practitioners. We cannot sustain all the activities we land on by ourselves, but here lies the essence of the open environment: There are always many more people who can carry on the work. By writing this I realize that what bothers me about the disconnect between GLAM practitioners applies to our GLAM partners as well. We should build better arenas for interaction and showcasing projects other than the projects themselves. We are trying to achieve this by organizing the Hack4OpenGLAM co-creation event, but efforts could be made to provide something more continuous and permanent.

16. What kind of risks do you anticipate and how would you mitigate these. This can include factors such as external/contextual issues that may affect implementation, as well as internal issues, such as governance/leadership changes.

As we are establishing new activities alongside existing structures, we must proceed cautiously. We find it important to build our “memberbase” carefully. We are still not incorporated and thus not we are not capable of having actual members. We try to reach out to individuals in varied expertise areas and connect with them thoughtfully with our existing themes.

We must also acknowledge that we do not pursue the same goals with regionally overlapping affiliates. In my mind it is ok to have overlapping interests, work together to find the facets each of us can best contribute to and collaborate in those areas.

We wish to maintain the liberty of considering our activities from a broader Open GLAM perspective. Our activities do not always focus on Wikimedia platforms, although they often do, but that should be ok.

We are organisationally dependent on our fiscal sponsor, and any organizational changes and choices affect us. However, we are agile in this situation. While we can currently outsource administration and focus on working on our programs, we have the opportunity to become more independent through incorporation if we wish.

Personal resilience matters. I hear GLAM coordinators are working hard, doing all the different tasks of the organization, struggling with cumbersome tools for partnerships and reporting. I think we must focus on occupational well-being and make it part of our common concerns.

17. In what ways do you think your proposal most contributes to the Movement Strategy 2030 recommendations. Select a maximum of three options that most apply.

Coordinate Across Stakeholders, Identify Topics for Impact, Innovate in Free Knowledge

18. Please state if your organization or group has a Strategic Plan that can help us further understand your proposal. You can also upload it here.  


Learning, Sharing, and Evaluation[edit]

19. What do you hope to learn from your work in this fund proposal?

Has interaction between participants changed as the outcome of our activities? What new perspectives and skills have the participants learned and how will they benefit them? Has our own community grown and what skills or perspectives have been brought to it? Do we identify our broader goals differently from when we started this round? What are our broader goals now? Have we made progress toward our broader goals?

20. Based on these learning questions, what is the information or data you need to collect to answer these questions? Please register this information (as metric description) in the following space provided.

Main Metrics Description Target
Growth of the skills of the participants and interaction between them The participants of our projects learn different things from each other and from the activities. What are the learning outcomes, how well can the participants apply them in their work, and what new connections have been made. We will ask participants to identify the areas in which their understanding has increased and areas in which they recognize challenges. We pay special attention to the contacts they have made and the collaborations they have initiated. The insight is based on retrospective/focus group discussions. 1
The development of our goals and our community We wish to gradually grow our Finnish network to include changemakers from different areas of the society to work together on the issues of open access to cultural heritage. We will identify and discuss our key goals at the beginning of the year and revisit the questions with a focus group at the end of the year. We expect our memberbase to grow by 5–15 people. We will quantify progress with the present key goals and the new perspectives identified. 1

Here are some additional metrics that you can use if they are relevant to your work. Please note that this is just an optional list, mostly of quantitative metrics. They may complement the qualitative metrics you have defined in the previous boxes.

Additional Metrics Description Target
Number of editors that continue to participate/retained after activities N/A N/A
Number of organizers that continue to participate/retained after activities N/A N/A
Number of strategic partnerships that contribute to longer term growth, diversity and sustainability We engage in several different partnerships where we work with different time scales and configurations. 40
Feedback from participants on effective strategies for attracting and retaining contributors N/A N/A
Diversity of participants brought in by grantees N/A N/A
Number of people reached through social media publications Our Facebook and Twitter accounts for AvoinGLAM, Hack4OpenGLAM and Wikidocumentaries plus our newsletter add up to approximately 2000 followers. Depending if Hack4OpenGLAM happens, we can expect to have a higher number. 2500
Number of activities developed This is our own tracking metric to see what amount of events we organize, including core meetings, meetups, workshops and webinars. 29
Number of volunteer hours N/A N/A

21. Additional core quantitative metrics. These core metrics will not tell the whole story about your work, but they are important for measuring some Movement-wide changes. Please try to include these core metrics if they are relevant to your work. If they are not, please use the space provided to explain why they are not relevant or why you can not capture this data. Your explanation will help us review our core metrics and make sure we are using the best ones for the movement as a whole.

Core Metrics Summary
Core metrics Description Target
Number of participants This includes the events mentioned as "events organized" and additionally a small number for the participation in the intangible heritage project. It will likely have many more participants when successful. 427
Number of editors We have editors only in our collaboration projects, and the number of edits/editors is estimated to be low. The impact is more in the introduction and adoption of Wikimedia projects. The number includes translators of the pages we publish. 140
Number of organizers This is an estimate of the number or organizers at events that we organize, not the ones we participate in. For intangible heritage, it is hard to evaluate. 80
Number of new content contributions per Wikimedia project
Wikimedia Project Description Target
Wikipedia There will only be Wikipedia contributions from the collaboration projects, which are defined later closer to the events. Intangible heritage project may produce much more edits. 130
Wikidata There will be Wikidata edits from the working group collaboration as bibliographies and glossaries are added to Wikidata. Included are additions of ICH items and some data from the case studies, which may produce much more edits. 1100
Wikimedia Commons The ICH project will produce many uploads, and at this stage it is not possible to commit to any numbers. Other activities will produce documentation materials. 609
N/A Meta: The documentation of all projects, and the production of shared GLAM resources. Meta is not selectable! 39

21.1 If for some reason your proposal will not measure these core metrics please provide an explanation.

Our impact is not primarily in the bytes but more in bringing people together and providing opportunities to learn and to highlight emerging topics together. Often the impact is not made during the interaction but may follow as a result of that even years later. We will measure our bytes as well, as we will be happy to show them when they are impressive, but we wish to apologize beforehand for when the numbers are less impressive.

22. What tools would you use to measure each metric selected?

We do not have established practices to cover contributions to the Wikimedia projects and will need some peer support to select the most lightweight tools. For evaluation, we will use qualitative focus group discussions and retrospectives as much as possible, and also try to avoid surveys.

Financial Proposal[edit]

23. & 23.1 What is the amount you are requesting from WMF? Please provide this amount in your local currency. If you are thinking about a multi-year fund, please provide the amount for the first year.

80575 EUR

23.2 What is this amount in US Currency (to the best of your knowledge)?

78060 USD

23.3 Please upload your budget for this proposal or indicate the link to it.


23.4 Please include any additional observations or comments you would like to include about your budget.

We are increasing the project funding in the following areas.

The salary of the coordinator is increased with 0.1 to allow fundraising for Hack4OpenGLAM and Wikidocumentaries. That covers half of the raise, and the other half is dedicated to working on case studies and experiments in the spring in order to prepare them to join Hack4OpenGLAM.

Another 0.1 FTE is allocated to a developer to work on maintaining the Wikidocumentaries project and to prepare it for collaborative projects. More about the envisioned collaborations can be read in the Project plan / budget document.

We are including a standard percentage of overhead as a fiscal sponsor fee in the application. The fiscal sponsor is applying for general funding which may change the requirement or lower the sum if the application is successful.

Please use this optional space to upload any documents that you feel are important for further understanding your proposal.

Other public document(s):

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