[Wiki Loves Monuments] Once more about Toolserver

Андрій Бондаренко bondareandre at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 19:27:34 UTC 2012

> When I wrote  "I don't think you have one, but then you need to make
> one", I was not referring to the number itself, but a link per photo to a
> place where you explain the number.
> The reason you need this is because we have said that the unique
> identifier is necessary to participate in WLM. During the WLM contest lots
> of mistakes get uploaded and many end up getting deleted because they
> cannot be traced to the proper record.
I don't know if you can link to your wikipedia list. Usually this link goes
> directly to a heritage agency.

Jane, our Ministry of culture (according to our law, a list of cultural
heritage is its responsibility)  do not publish a list of monuments in its
page. Of course a link to the Ministry of culture page is possible but it
is not useful - one can read nothing about cultural heritage here. The only
possible link to a page with an explaination of the unique number in our
case is a link to WLM-project pages with a list of monuments with unique ID
from each one, displayed in a WLM-row.

In this case I think it would be more reasonable to link to WLM-project and
explain that the number is given for WLM-competition. Maybe instead of
Ukrainian flag it would be better to place WMUA logo or something like

Andrij, you might want to edit those lists to only include numbers for the
> ones eligible for photographs

As far as we have lists of monuments in a main namespace, I suppose there
is a reason to include to competition lists eligible monuments only. What
do you think about it? For example lists of Kiev monuments would be pretty

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