[Wiki Loves Monuments] determining how many photos used in articles

WereSpielChequers werespielchequers at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 11:49:59 UTC 2012

Hi Platonides, assuming that the link being red or blue tells you whether
an article exists, then that would be a good way to spot monuments that
don't have articles - though as the monument links aren't clickable you
also need a database to find out what monument links to the ID. But even if
the monument ids were clickable, you still need a way to identify the
articles which don't have images. Rich Farmbrough did this for EN wiki
articles that have a UK Geocode but no images -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Rich_Farmbrough/temp_110 If we could do
this for articles about monuments where the article doesn't have an image,
but an image is available via WLM then it would be a great way to make sure
that we maximise use of these images.


On 31 October 2012 23:37, Platonides <platonides at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 31/10/12 22:06, WereSpielChequers wrote:
> > In a few weeks I'm running another workshop for donors who are willing
> > to give some time to Wikipedia, and the more straightforward I can make
> > image adding the more successful the event will be, I've already got a
> > list of articles in the UK that we probably have images for, but a list
> > of monuments that we definitely have images for would be better.
> >
> > WSC
> http://toolserver.org/~platonides/wlm/monuments.php?country=us
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