I am working on building a web application, to record audio files,
upload them to commons, link to relevant wiktionary pages.
To achieve this, I am connecting a web application, Lingua-Libre with
Here is a demo video on this.
When the application is production ready, we can host it on a server.
Contributors can create account, login, spell words.
In backed, I will upload the audio files to commons with my account or
a bot account.
we will get the user's wikipedia user name on the profile, so that we
can mention the same as the "original author" of the file, in the
If I upload all the files, using my account, the upload count and
metrics for my account will be high.
Is there any way to add the same counts and metrics for the relevant
user, I mention as "author" ?
I want those users should see their contributions counts/files on the commons.
This will encourage the users to contribute, without any issues on
How can we achieve this?
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It's been a while since I last used the GWtoolset. I'm using the artwork
template but in making the mapping (step 2) the fields Title and
GWtoolset-title don't appear, whereas these fields are required. Am I
missing some change to the tool or is this a bug?
Thanks in advance for your replies!
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I am in touch with a museum that is thinking of uploading images to
Commons. They are a bit uncertain about uploading high resolution, but I
told them the resolution they need to upload just needs to be good
enough for illustrating articles without being pixellated. The thing is,
I am unsure about the minimum size of such an image. I tried poking
around the instructions but didn't find a direct answer.
Do you know which size is "the minimum" that can be accepted on Commons?
Thanks a lot for your help!
M: +41 78 746 86 25
W: Flor WMCH
Wikimedia CH is a swiss non profit organisation which supports Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia
Few digital libraries offer high quality scans that allow paper structure and ink layer thickness analysis.
But, is it worth to use them create a few GB PDF/DjVu if books are mainly intended for reading and not for scintific reserch on printing technology?
We should not reject any usable resolution.
W dniu 2017-05-22 21:03:37 użytkownik Yann Forget <yannfo(a)gmail.com> napisał:
As others say, 2 Mpixels should be the minimum resolution, although it is a bit small to do any work (i.e. restoration).
That's the minimum requirement for quality and featured images on Commons.
For doing restoration, it is quite comfortable around 12 Mpixels (4000 x 3000).
That's what most cameras offer today.
When you convert an image to jpg format, or re-save an image in that
format, you are normally asked (depending on the program you are using)
to specify both a pixel count and a figure called 'quality' or something
like that. You should enter the highest possible 'quality' figure,
normally 100. The 'quality' figure is separate from the pixel count (eg
2000x1000) that you also need to enter when saving.
> Flor Méchain <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 21 May 2017 at 2:45 pm
> Thanks a lot for your reply... But I guess I'm a bit lost at this,
> still. What is degraded quality? Is it a high quality file that's
> somehow been shrunk?
> Thanks again...
> Flor MECHAIN
> Wikimedia CH
> E: flor.mechain(a)wikimedia.ch
> M: +41 78 746 86 25
> W: Flor WMCH
> Wikimedia CH is a swiss non profit organisation which supports
> Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia