OK, so if the categorization page says it can happen, I guess it is possible (I cant check right now, working offline). Probably good to let Maarten check the situation for Israel indeed. 


El jueves, 4 de octubre de 2012, Ynhockey escribió:

Basically each template has a field like "Commons category". So what the bot has to do (and this is certainly possible) is to get the monument ID from the image, go to the monuments DB and get the relevant Commons category, and then add that category to the image on Commons.

This is the very process described here:

However, it doesn't appear that the bot has been run yet for Israel, or alternatively it doesn't appear to be working. We don't have the commonscat field for all monuments, but definitely more than 0 which is the number categorized so far.

How often is this bot run? Can I run it myself or request it to be run again?

—Yan (Ynhockey).

On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 10:32 AM, Strainu <strainu10@gmail.com> wrote:
2012/10/3 Maarten Dammers <maarten@mdammers.nl>
> Hi everyone,
> Just a reminder that we still have a lot of images that need to be
> categorized or that are not used yet, see:
> *
> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Monuments_database/Unused_images
> for images to add to lists

It would help if you would keep the monument ids as they were in the
list (stop capitalizing them). I can't really use the list for
automatic processing, nor can I guarantee the code is good without
looking in the image page.