[Wiki Loves Monuments] monuments without official list
lodewijk at effeietsanders.org
Wed Aug 17 09:29:18 UTC 2016
Typically, countries follow the official list - which will never be
perfect. In some countries this is particularly sensitive, because it
represents a specific period in the history.
There are a few approaches you could take, but none are real solutions. I
would myself totally not be in favor of just 'adding monuments to the
list'. Only in the case of a technical/clerical error, I would suggest to
do that. But this sounds more like you disagree with the government on what
the definition should be.
What they did in South Africa, if I recall correctly, was to create a
separate list, where people could make suggestions for buildings to be
recognised as monument - a list they would pass on to the government at the
end of the competition. You could even ask people to submit photos for
that, but those would - I think - be out of competition.
2016-08-17 10:35 GMT+02:00 Yaroslav M. Blanter <putevod at mccme.ru>:
> Johnattan Rupire писал 2016-08-17 06:15:
>> HI all,
>> What we can do with the monuments that aren't in the authorities list
>> for low coverage from government? There are a decision about this from
>> International team? some advices? I think here we have many monuments in
>> many government list. How you do with these kind of monuments?
> Every team decides what they want to do. In Russia, for example, the
> official database is buggy and incomplete, and we are adding many monuments
> to the lists by hand (and also removing some which are included multiple
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