This is interesting, do you have a rough idea of what types of files represent the bulk that remain to be indexed / catalogued? I have been somewhat confused by how some inventories are classified - for units below divisional size for instance, there are both cases where the unit is not listed at all and cases where the unit is listed but without any files associated to it, and I don't know whether the latter is supposed to mean "we do have files for this unit but they haven't been indexed yet, please come back later" or "there isn't anything available for this unit, but we've still listed it so you don't bother looking for it elsewhere". Likewise for the Wehrbezirk folders.nickterry wrote: ↑10 Sep 2023 12:41
The Vopersal archive (N 756) seems now to be properly catalogued on Invenio, but not digitised systematically. Would be interesting...
There is still a lot to be added to the cataloguing/indexing on Invenio, and most big terms have increased slightly over the past two years as more files are indexed. In December 2021 a keyword search for OKH generated 35,051 hits, today it gets 38,107 hits; of these 3758 were digitised in February 2022 (circa 10.7%), today it's 9944 (26%).
The Nachlaesse at Koblenz definitely need finalising, as some N codes cited in the literature are not on Invenio at all - most are, but not all. I think also the same for some Freiburg Nachlaesse, but in both cases the results seem close to the whole for raw cataloguing.
I think part of the increase in the number of files might boil down to some files being split in two due to containing large format pages though - for instance this was noticeable for RH 10. That said, there have definitely been some new additions as well, like the Organisationskartei series, which I'm pretty sure wasn't listed anywhere else.