Agree, Siem. Thanks for bumping.
What do you think the best way to source this detail is? Sitemap may be the last step, but something like a Google Doc to list out the content?
We could let the onus rest of the owners/creators of this content to add it to the list (which would be slower/require more prodding), or we could let the community point to everything that we know about (this could be quicker/more comprehensive - in fact, there’s some other recent threads/Google Docs that do a nice job of listing out things like CSV2IATI-esque tools.)
Buuuuut I’m slightly worried about expectation setting, i.e. “I saw this on the IATI site, I clicked through the ‘now leaving aidtransparency.net’ message without reading, and now I want organization X to respond to my request for support or question about their stuff, and if they don’t do a sufficient job, I’ll be sad and blame IATI.”
…but to be clear, I think we should do this, we just need to clear it with the orgs/tools we list.
This seems less complex (who doesn’t want free advertising?), but probably should be the duty of the providers themselves to advertise their own services, i.e. I can flag ODS as a consultant in a Google Doc, but they would need to spell out what services they do/don’t want to advertise.