[Wiki Loves Monuments] Information on selection methods
zanni.andrea84 at gmail.com
Fri May 29 08:19:58 UTC 2015
thanks for the response.
We'd very much like to understand which tools are used now, and
look at the code, if possible.
I loosely remember that the jury tool, in the past years, did not allow
more people to look at the same picture: if I voted "no" to one pic, that
We instead need to have the picture analyzed at least by 2-3 people, so we
minimize bias :-)
I remember Ilya saying they had their own tool, is that right?
Well, thanks to anyone that can send us some links and explanation.
On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 10:25 PM, Lodewijk <lodewijk at effeietsanders.org>
> Hi Francesca,
> There are many ways of doing things :) The system you describe, sounds
> very much like the jury tool that has been in use with several countries in
> the past years, so should be easy to implement (assuming the code is still
> up to date). It was a star system however, but it's basically the same:
> makes it easy for people to run through, and you can decide how many votes
> are sufficient.
> I can't trace down the description page right now, but I guess someone
> else can add that information :)
> On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 12:02 PM, Francesca Lissoni <
> francesca.lissoni at wikimedia.it> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I'm new in this mailing list. I'm Francesca, staff member of Wikimedia
>> Italy since 2013, I probably met some of you in Berlin at the Wikimedia
>> I worked on the past two editions of Wiki Loves Monuments Italy together
>> with the project manager Emma Tracanella and WMIT staff.
>> The organization of WLM Italy 2015 has now started and we are facing a
>> small challenge that I would like to share with you here, hoping someone
>> can help us.
>> We are trying to figure out which is the best process to make a first
>> selection of pictures uploaded for the contest and if there's a tool
>> available to support this work. We are wondering what are the methods used
>> by other organizations.
>> In order not to overload our volunteers, we would like to speed up and
>> ease the process so that everyone won't have to go through all the images.
>> We were thinking of a tool with "yes/no/not sure" bottons or a system that
>> allows people to vote. The point would be to leave out the pictures with a
>> certain level of "no" or otherwhise to promote only those having a certain
>> number of "yes".
>> Suggestions or advice coming from your experience would be very welcome.
>> Thank you very much,
>> Francesca Lissoni
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