[Wiki Loves Monuments] Fwd: WLM Moldova

Platonides platonides at gmail.com
Sat Mar 2 16:38:35 UTC 2013

On 28/02/13 18:55, Ynhockey wrote:
> One of the most important things to do is to create a list of monuments
> on your language's Wikipedia. You can copy the Romanians' template and
> adapt it for Moldova, for example. After that is done, contact the
> global technical contact (last year it was Multichill, not sure about
> this year yet) and get them to run the bot to add your list to the
> global database.
> Then you need to set up a dedicated website for your project. This is
> not a requirement but most countries did it and it helps a lot and adds
> seriousness to your project. It can look something like
> wikilovesmonuments.org <http://wikilovesmonuments.org> -- the WordPress
> theme used there is available for everyone to use (couldn't find it
> quickly, but I should be able to send it to you when you're ready to
> deploy a site).
> You also need to set up your banner on Commons (fairly easy and can be
> done later).
> There above are the major "virtual" steps that need to be taken. Some of
> the real-life steps were outlined above and essentially consist of
> partnering with your local heritage authority, gathering volunteers,
> having events, promoting your competition, etc.
> —Ynhockey.

Also, trying to get partners, which you can then use for providing the
competition prizes. You should also get a few judges that will select
the local winners.

I can add the template to the toolserver project for import into the db.

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