Just when you thought it was safe to get back into the water? No! It’s true. Things are getting livelier with the extension of cooperation between EKI (the Estonian Language Institute, in Tallinn) and the NLF (National Library of Finland, in Helsinki). The partners have agreed to “further develop professional cooperation” by 1) promoting the joint Digitization Project of Kindred Languages to enhance scholarly communication and research, 2) promoting the data exchange in the course of Fenno-Ugrica database that aims for sharing the digitized material Livonian languages and 3) Promoting the data exchange in the course of Uralica Hub Project that aims for sharing the bibliographical information on digitized publications in Livonian languages held at the repositories of the both institutions, the EKI and the NLF.