Now the real part begins, tightening the spokes !
Put the wheel back in the frame and tighten the nipples roughly a whole turn, one by one, around the wheel . Do not let you distract you by anyone in the counting.
Mostly three or four turns is enough to get some tesnsion in the spokes again, this depends on the spoke-lenght. Now we have a spoked wheels with some medium tension in the spokes.
First we look at the hight discrepancy of the rim. Turning the wheel and see if there apairs to be any wobble in the hight. Mostly when using a new rim and you have tensioned the spokes equally no wobble accurs. If there should be an light wobble, you can correct this by changing some spoke-tension in the area of the wobble and 180 degrees opposite the wobble. Make shure you tighten the spokes on both sites, so left and right equally.
Second we look at the weight discrepancy of the rim. Turn the wheel and use a referency point. I mostly use the vbrake pads as a guide. Straighten the rim by changing the spoke tension. When the rim wobbles to the right , increase the spoke tension of the left spoke(s) just litlle by little in very small steps at a time.
Try to get the weight error witin a millimeter all along the rim, this can take a while, be accurate.
Now we gonna have to crack the wheel to get the tension out of the contactpoint of spoke, hub, nipples and rim. Take out the wheel and put it flat on the ground, balancing it on its skewer. Push short hard down on the rim with two hand 180 degrees apart. You hear a cracking sound, turn the wheel slightly and push again until you have come around the whole wheel. Then flip the wheel over on the other site and to the same pushes.