From the post:
Since June 2015, MuckRock users have been filing FOIA requests regarding a possible Trump presidency. In fact, so far there’s been over 160 public Trump-related requests filed through the site, all of which you can browse here.
We’ve also put together a number of guides and articles on the upcoming administration, ranging from what you can and can’t file regarding Trump to deep dives into what’s already out there:
We’ve launched a new project page for users to showcase their requests, find new documents regarding the Trump administration, or get inspiration for their own requests, and we’ve created a special Slack channel for you to join in and strategize on future requests, or help share big league FOIA stories that shed light on the President Elect’s team.
We’ve had a few users join us there already and they’ve helped file some really fun requests, so we’re excited about what else the transparency community can come up with.
An effort worthy of both your time and support!
One answered, remember that availability isn’t the same thing as meaningful access.
OCR, indexing, entity extraction, in short any skill you have is important in this effort.
* No longer a gender specific reference as you well know.
PS: I’ve signed up and need suggestions on what to ask for? Suggestions?