My first encounter with the Online Access Act (OZG) was definitely sobering.
The large number of players, whose exact OZG function was difficult to understand, both individually and taken together, and the way the websites were linked to each other caused me quite a lot of confusion to start with. Added to that the Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and lengthy PDF files could be interpreted in different ways. There were also references to digitization programs from institutions I had not heard about until then.
All in all, there was a lot of text to digest and a patchwork of colors that was frustrating rather than motivating.