Thanks, for the most part, Yan programmed the tool itself and I ported it over to Labs. I'll get your setup ready and then forward you the admin account.


On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 10:35 AM, Peter Ekman <> wrote:
  Congrats! From the comments you've received, it looks like you've
gotten a quality working tool going for screening and judging. We're
clearly the largest photo contest in the world, but I think it's more
important that we become the best photo contest for historical and
cultural sites.  If we can sort through all the photos and reliably
come up with the best submitted, we're well on our way to that goal!

WLM-US would like to try out the tool.  We're not quite done with our
first screening (to get down below 4,000 of the 22,313 uploaded), but
once we finish with that, in a few hours, we'd like to get started
trying your tool.

Can you tell me a bit more about the input and output.  I understand
that you transfer the files to another computer, is that right?  How
are the results saved and transferred? How are the multiple jurors
results compiled.  Well, in any case, we're looking forward to trying
it.  No real rush, we might take a day off.


Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2012 07:53:26 -0400
From: Jason Spriggs <>
To: Wiki Loves Monuments Photograph Competition
Subject: Re: [Wiki Loves Monuments] Judging System Signup
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Not yet; once we start next years development we plan to make it open
source if I recall correctly.


On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 7:48 AM, Platonides <> wrote:

> On 01/10/12 08:35, Nicu Buculei wrote:
> > On 10/01/2012 03:30 AM, Ynhockey wrote:
> >> Oscar:
> >> Regarding thumbnail size: it was originally supposed to be modifiable
> >> per country but not it's only modifiable globally. Jason made it better
> >> for smaller screens per your request. However, eventually I'd like it to
> >> be per-country again, but it's probably not urgent at the moment (let me
> >> know if it is ;) ).
> >
> > Is not urgent, as we will need a couple of days anyway to get familiar
> > with the tool, but once the real filtering starts, it will be needed.
> >
> > Considering many countries have thousands or tens of thousands of
> > pictures, browsing them will take a while, so 12 thumbnails per page as
> > in the demo is low, the filtering will take a long while.
> Ynhockey, you're using tables. If you instead change to divs, you can
> make the browser adapt to the number of images it can fit in the screen.
> Take a look at MediaWiki galleries.
> Also, is the code available anywhere?
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