I have seen questions related to "how many" and "which types of
partners" were expected for the Wiki Loves Women.
Let me toss a few links to enlight the issue.
WLW is primarily a "content liberation project". Whilst this is not how
we should present that to "content partners", this is basically what it
is. We seek to get "non accessible" or "poorly accessible" or
protected" content onto Wikimedia projects under a free licence.
So, when it comes to thinking of "how many partners" and "which types of
partners", it is a good idea to look at what has already been done in
the wikimedia sphere, so that comparisons might emerge.
Here are some links of interest
bunch of links to already done projects. An opportunity to either look
at what has been done within those projects or an opportunity to even
contact previous WiR)
provides very interesting information on the matter)
And if you follow the links, I invite you to check out and compare
things such as
"in so many months", "this amount of information has been added to the
For example, in two months
Work on articles related to Israel Museum : 101. 8 of which are A level
Naturalis Biodiversity Center, in roughly 6 months
273400 images donated and uploaded
So of course, this project will not purely be a "WiR in a public
institution" because we would like it to be an opportunity to do local
outreach and expand the user base. But this is a WiR position. And
amount of QUALITY content resulting from it will be our primary measure
of success. This to say that the goal per country is NOT something like
100 pictures and 10 articles about local associations. It is WAY beyond.