[Wiki Loves Monuments] determining how many photos used in articles
bas_v_b at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 31 21:30:46 UTC 2012
The links from the list are not always the right links. For many houses in the netherlands some difficult words in their description are linked (e.g. house with [[stepped gable]])
> Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 22:13:27 +0100
> From: putevod at mccme.ru
> To: wikilovesmonuments at lists.wikimedia.org
> Subject: Re: [Wiki Loves Monuments] determining how many photos used in articles
> On Wed, 31 Oct 2012 21:06:57 +0000, WereSpielChequers wrote:
> > Also is it possible to create lists of wikipedia articles without
> > images that are about monuments that now have images on Commons?
> > In a few weeks Im 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, Ive 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
> This I guess can be done pretty easily since all participating
> countries (except for Russia) have lists of monuments, and the progress
> of adding them to the list is monitored on Commons,
> We can safely assume that in 99% of the cases if the picture is on the
> list and a separate dedicated article exists then the picture is also in
> the article. The remaining 1% are the articles which for whatever reason
> are not linked from the lists.
> How many articles we have can be determined by the number of links from
> the lists, but this probably can not be done without a bot.
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