Wikipedia:WLM 2021/todo

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Timeline for local teams[breyta frumkóða]

Due time Task Status
Feb 1 from this date you are invited to indicate that you're interested in organizing WLM in your country by sending an email to wikilovesmonuments@lists.wikimedia.org Done
Feb5 analyse what information about the monuments is available in your country (e.g. full address, coordinates, unique identifiers etc.) Done
Feb 8 Add your country to this list on Wikimedia Commons and create a page for it. Also, fill in the progress table for your country. Done
Feb 12 create a timeline for your local Wiki Loves Monuments; feel free to use this one as a base! Done
Feb 15 Start working on structured list templates Done
Feb 20 add your country to the participating countries list and set up a page with general information about your local contest Done
March 1 Create an communication platform, for example an mailing list Done, nota wiki-is
March 5 have structured list templates finished Done
March 10 Start working on structured lists Done
March 15 start working on local documentation (how to locate monuments on a map using software available in your country etc.) done
March 20 start looking for local sponsors to provide awards Done, rapid grants
March 25 start working on a local events programme Done
March 20 Start translating UploadWizard, CentralNotice and tools (mounuments api - translatewiki) Done
April 1 start processing already existing pictures on Wikimedia Commons Done
April 10 have UploadWizard and CentralNotice translated to your language and ready Done
April 15 start preparing Commons infrastructure (UploadWizard) and CentralNotice in your language Done
April 20 contact local Wikipedians (if any) to start a heritage project on your local Wikipedia
May 1 have all main organisers subscribed to the global mailing list
May 10 contact other partner organisations or institutions (cultural institutions, governmental offices in charge of heritage, etc.)
May 20 start a discussion on defining communication channels (including outside ones)
June 1 register your local wikilovesmonuments.TLD domain.
June 5 decide on "real life" meetings with volunteers, try to identify local problems & possibilities
June 10 create environment where people can report errors in the lists
June 20 have a landing page ready at your local wikilovesmonuments.TLD page
June 30 consider asking your local Ministry of Culture or other cultural heritage institution to formally support the contest in your country
July 1 start working on your official (external) website
July 5 set up category structure for your local monuments on Wikimedia Commons
July 10 have the official website up, running and shining
July 15 write an announcement asking people to submit nominations for your local jury
July 20 have the rules of the contest set up and posted to your external website
July25 local sponsors should be ready & informed about the goings-on
July30 have your local jury fully formed and set up judging criteria
Aug10 finalise local events programme
Aug15 Mounuments list should be finished
Aug20 have local Public Relations people start working on an announcing press release
Aug25 have all upload environment in your language tested
Aug31 have the announcing press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media!
Aug31 have all crucial infrastructure and pages on Wikimedia Commons as well as the tools translated into your language
Sept1 start the contest!
Sept5 Host photo ops
Sept9 have local Public Relations people start working on a middle-of-the-contest press release
Sept12 have the middle-of-the-contest press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media!
Sept25 have local Public Relations people start working on a final press release
Sept30 finish the contest!
Oct1 have the final press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media!
Oct2 Local judges start voting on pictures
Oct9 have the participants survey ready and translated into your language
Oct31 Hard deadline: have the final decision of the local jury; send your nominations to the international level
Oct31 have your local winners informed about the results of the contest
Nov27 have a press release about the results of your local contest ready and sent out to the media
Nov4 send thank-you letters or e-mails to the volunteers, partners and sponsors
Nov11 start working on the evaluation of the project
Nov25 make sure all photos are in the lists and are properly categorised
Nov30 have the evaluation ready & posted to your local Wikipedia; translate at least the most important parts of it into English
Nov30 End of project