I wonder if something closer to Rich Farmbrough's route might help here? Would it be possible to use Geocodes to create a list of nearest articles and the photos we have for that monument? We might need to set a maximum distance of a mile. If we can then filter out articles that already have images I suspect we could get a list that would be sufficiently user friendly that we could put it in Signpost or put it in Teahouse or other newbie engagement fora. 

I used the Signpost to publicise the death anomaly lists a couple of years ago and that attracted enough editors to make  a big difference. But first we need a reasonably user friendly list where a high proportion of articles would benefit from one of those images.


On 1 November 2012 23:30, Platonides <platonides@gmail.com> wrote:
On 01/11/12 12:49, WereSpielChequers wrote:
> Hi Platonides, assuming that the link being red or blue tells you
> whether an article exists,
It tells you whether that identifier exists in the lists or not
(according to the tool knowledge, there may be some quirks).

> then that would be a good way to spot
> monuments that don't have articles - though as the monument links aren't
> clickable you also need a database to find out what monument links to
> the ID.

I know, last year tool did have them clickable, but with so many
countries I didn't make an app to show them this year.
Maybe I should have linked it to the erfgoed api, but the output would
have been quite raw.

> But even if the monument ids were clickable, you still need a
> way to identify the articles which don't have images.


It wasn't intended as a complete solution, only as a way to provide "a
list of monuments that we definitely have images for".

As mentioned, the bigger problem is getting the article associated with
each monument (if it exists).