[Wiki Loves Monuments] Jury criteria, membership, process, and tools for WLM 2016
cristian.cenci at wikimedia.it
Mon Sep 26 09:19:50 UTC 2016
thank you for all the istructions.
Italy is organising the jury. We have a large amount of pictures, so we
will have a preliminary phase of pre-jury, and than a meeting with the
final jury, made by expert wikipedians and famous photographers. You
will know the 10 winning photos until the term of 25th October.
I didn't organise this phase in the last edition, so every help with the
tool is welcome (I'm not an expert in programming or complex wiki-tools,
but I can trust in Nemo's support ;-) ).
Il 26/09/2016 11:07, Ilya Korniyko ha scritto:
> Hi Leila,
> Ukraine will not be able to submit photographs by October 25.
> We need a month for jury work till November 1.
> Ilya, on behalf of the WLM Ukraine organizing committee
> On Mon, Sep 26, 2016 at 7:50 AM, Lily
> <lilyofthewest.wikimedia a gmail.com
> <mailto:lilyofthewest.wikimedia a gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> If you are a WLM organizer, jury coordinator in the national
> level, or a jury member, this email can contain crucial
> information for you. Everyone else, you can safely stop here. :)
> This email contains some best practices on how to run your local
> jury process with regards to criteria, jury membership and
> process. Finally, it includes some instructions on how to choose
> your jury tool.
> You should plan to start the jury process as soon as the
> competition ends in your country, this is October 1 for many of
> you. :) The international team expects to receive the top 10
> photos of your country no later than October 25.
> Judging criteria
> While every national competition can choose the judging criteria
> based on the specific needs of the country, the international team
> recommends the following three judging criteria to be considered
> in the country-level jury processes: technical quality,
> originality, and usefulness of the photo for Wikipedia. If you are
> interested to learn more about these criteria, please read more
> about the judging criteria
> <http://www.wikilovesmonuments.org/judging-criteria/>that the
> international jury will be using as explained in this blogpost by
> Local jury set-up
> National competitions typically have a jury with at least 3
> members (the more photos, the more jury members). The local jury
> set-up is usually defined based on the judging criteria you will
> choose to go with. The international team recommends that,
> depending on the number of photos you expect to have by the end of
> the contest, you have 1-3 Wikimedians (maybe those with
> quality/featured images on Commons), 1-3 people who are familiar
> or are experts in the heritage of your country (especially the
> monuments), and 1-3 people who are professional or (quality)
> amateur photographers. Of course, all jury members should be
> excluded from winning prizes awarded by the jury. The national
> jury can then nominate maximum 10 photos per country for the
> international finale.
> Jury process
> The jury process on the national level is defined by each country.
> The international team recommends the following process:
> Round 1: Yes/No or rating
> The goal of this round is to lower the number of competing photos
> to 400-700. If your total number of pictures is less than 500, you
> can skip this round.
> Jury members are asked to vote yes/no for each photo they are
> shown and are requested to stick to a maximum number of ‘yes’
> votes (for example, 500). Based on these votes, a set of 400-700
> photos is selected for the next round. If you have many photos,
> you may have to do this round in two steps.
> Round 2: Rating
> The goal of this round is to come to a selection of the top-50
> images. Jury members are asked to rate/score each image with 1-5
> stars. Based on the average from their votes, the top-50 is
> selected for the next round. If there are many pictures with
> similar scores, the coordinator can choose to select a top-40,
> top-60, etc.
> Round 3: Live meeting or ranking
> The goal of this round is to arrive at a final ranking and winning
> pictures. If geographically feasible, the jury can meet in person.
> The jury tool supports an alternative method: ranking. Each jury
> member is asked to rank their favorite 20 photos in order. Based
> on this ranking, points are awarded to each photo (20 for the
> number 1, 19 for number 2, etc). The total number of points
> determines the final result. Jury members are also asked to give a
> reason for selecting their top images. You can use this latter
> information to explain explain why the winner was selected, an
> information that can be useful for your jury report and press
> Jury tool
> Unless you have a very small number of submissions (less than
> 100), it's usually efficient for your jury to use one of the
> available tools
> <https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Jury_tools>for judging
> the photos. The international team would like to bring your
> attention to two tools: ‘Montage’ and ‘WLX’. Below you can find
> more information about these two tools. We suggest that you look
> into these tools now, and make your choice soon.
> Montage is the new tool that has been developed this year by
> volunteers and per the request by the WLM international team.
> There are two features of the tool that are worth pointing out:
> The tool is designed and developed in a way that can accommodate
> the recommended jury process explained above (yes/no, rating,
> ranking features are supported). The developer team will also
> guarantee to provide timely support (within 24 hours) starting
> October 1.
> If you're a national jury coordinator or a jury member and want to
> test the current version of the tool, please leave a note on the
> tool’s discussion page
> <https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons_talk:Montage>. If you
> want to have a 1:1 conversation with one of the developers, please
> leave a message using the same link. You should feel free to leave
> questions/comments about the tool in the same page. If you are
> familiar with GitHub, you can also create issues on GitHub
> <https://github.com/hatnote/montage/issues>. Please note that the
> developers will continue adding features and smoothing the
> workflow until October 1, what you will test now will give you a
> sense of the basics you should expect. :)
> What is essential for you to be able to start the jury process on
> October 1 using Montage is the Wikimedia usernames of your jury
> members (if they don't have an account, please ask them to open
> one). If you decide to go with Montage, please gather this
> information sooner rather than later.
> You can learn more about the tool here
> <https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:WLX_Jury_Tool>. The
> tool has been used by many countries as part of WLM and WLE
> contests in the past years. If you're interested to use WLX,
> please contact Ilya (WLX's tool developer) in the tool's talk page
> If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to
> ask them here or off-list.
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