I have published today a first set of analyses from the WLM 2013 participant's survey:
- The first file contains frequency analyses and basic statistics for the entire sample
- A second, rather big file (600+ pages) contains the same analyses detailed per country (for countries with at least 10 respondents)
- The third file contains some summary statistics from the contacts data file (which is separate from the other data file)
Earlier this week, I have communicated the participants' contact data to the local organizers of WLM 2013 as well as to the local chapters. Most notably, we were able to identify ca. 500 contest participants who indicated that they would be interested in helping with the organization of this year's contest(s). Therefore, if you are planning to organize a photo contest in your country, I warmly recommend you to get the contact data from last year's organizers or from your chapter and try to get those people on board. - In order to get an overview of the contact data that is available for your country, please have a look at the third file with the summary statistics of the contacts data file.
I have drafted an analysis plan that indicates how we may proceed in order to get more out of the survey: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VuDuu0kZ8TxQljaiB2jq0iZ-9wHPYfdd2lwkS9L…
Feel free to comment it. Right now, I don't really know who is going to do all these analyses as they are quite time-consuming and the time I can put in this is rather limited. I have talked to the WMF program evaluation team, but so far they don't seem to be eager to analyze the data, although it seems to me that the insights that can be gained from the survey would be complementary to what they have already done: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Programs:Evaluation_portal/Library/WLM
Therefore, if any of you feels like doing a part of the analyses sketched out in the analysis plan, please get in touch with me so we can split up the tasks.
And don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding the survey or the results.
Berne University of Applied Sciences
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(again, please excuse cross-posting)
I posted the latest in the string of program evaluation reports on Meta
today. This week's installment is on other photo upload initiatives
(non-Wiki Loves Monuments ones):
* The average photo upload initiative lasts 30 days and has 16 participants.
* A total of 50,386 images were uploaded to Commons for the six reported
events, and 3,456 (6.9%) images uploaded during these events were already
included in Wikimedia project pages.
* The average photo upload initiative generates more than 2,000 image
uploads to Commons with associated direct costs just over $0.60 USD per
Questions are welcomed and encouraged ***on the talk page***.
On behalf of the Program Evaluation team,
Wikipedia Education Program
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such last year algeria, are going to organizing for the second year; the
most great contest on the world the WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS ; we are honored
to be present with you; we hope that will be better than last year
comme l'année dernière Algérie, vont organiser pour la deuxième année, le
plus grand concours sur le monde du WIKI AIME MONUMENTS, nous sommes
présent avec vous, nous espérons que ce sera mieux que l'année dernière
مثل العام الماضي الجزائر، ستنظيم للسنة الثانية؛ المسابقة الأكثر كبرا في
العالم الويكي تهوى المعالم ونحن نتشرف بكوننا حاظرين معكم، ونحن نأمل أن يكون
أفضل من العام الماضي
Aruba is interested in participating for the second year with wiki loves
Last year it was organized by Stichting Monumentenfonds Aruba (Monuments
Fund of Aruba)
And we would like to organize it again.
Stichting Monumentenfonds Aruba
(297) 582 4014