January has been a month of planning and taking care of other thing for Connected Open Heritage, and a lot of work has been to move things to phabricator. Some work to finish off the upload of images from an excavation in Mexico in 1932, and an open question about what meta data is needed for the remaining images to go up. Also planning for events to attend, countries to visit and WLM-data to move to Wikidata.
A short film on why GLAMs should work with Open data and the benefits of releasing material with free licenses that was recorded during the summer finally has subtitles in English. Feel free to add subtitles to other languages and to use it in your work if you find it useful.
During #1lib1ref 13 libraries hosted events to improve Wikipedia by adding citations to articles. According to social search around 50 edits were made, but there is a lot of edits where editors forgot to add the #1lib1ref hashtag also. Some of the libraries that participated has started planning for more activities, such as hosting Art+Feminism edit-a-thons or regular meetups.