[Wiki Loves Monuments] Reuploading
pchang at wikimedia.org
Wed Sep 5 01:16:36 UTC 2012
I walked through this idea with Matthew and we came up with a refinement:
On the user page, would it make sense to show the file as a link to its
file page and also show a link to the Upload Wizard with all of the
parameters for that monument?
If so, I have a question: What exactly is the format of the parameters in
On the page:
it lists these parameters:
* campaign: Specifies which [[/Campaigns|upload campaign]] to use.
* skiptutorial: Sets if the licensing tutorial should be skipped or not.
The value should be "1" or "true" to skip.
* id: Sets the initial value for the id field.
* description: Sets the initial value for the description field.
* lat: Sets the initial value for the latitude field.
* lon: Sets the initial value for the longitude field.
* alt: Sets the initial value for the altitude field.
* categories: Sets the initial value for the categories field, multiple
categories seperated by |.
But is all of this required, and where are the templates? Could someone
send a sample URL with the necessary parameters present?
On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Philip Chang <pchang at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Yes, you are right, we can create a subpage automatically and presumably
> update it easily.
> Regarding the time issue, wouldn't that be limited automatically by the
> contest duration? If the user does not replace the photo within the month
> of Sep., then the mobile upload would simply participate on its own merits.
> This feature would simply add an option to the normal mobile upload, so a
> photo of the monument would still be uploaded. It just adds some
> record-keeping ability.
> Thanks for your feedback.
> On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 2:53 PM, Platonides <platonides at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 04/09/12 23:15, Philip Chang wrote:
>> > Thanks for this feedback.
>> > A user subpage sounds good but the issue is how to create that from the
>> Hmm, it should be easy: action=edit&title=User:Pchang/Files%20
>> > What I am imagining is adding a category to those specific uploads,
>> > something like, "To be replaced on desktop."
>> > This will help users find them later and would provide some indicator to
>> > admins.
>> The main problem is when to consider an upload-to-be abandoned. How long
>> will it take the user to upload it from home? A couple of days? A week?
>> A month?
>> It doesn't seem unlikely that a user waits up to a month to upload his
>> vacation photos (to begin with he may need to go back home from the
>> country he is visiting, and then he will have more priority issues than
>> uploading to Commons). But leaving a placeholder file for a month seems
>> too much IMHO.
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> Phil Inje Chang
> Product Manager, Mobile
> Wikimedia Foundation
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Phil Inje Chang
Product Manager, Mobile
415-882-7982 x 6810
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