I have a request from a member of the French jury asking for a tool permitting to work during the contest (for example having a daily digest of the pics posted the previous days, or a list since last time she used the tool)

How does Nuno's tool work exactly ? Can it be adapted for this use ?

2012/8/25 Tomasz W. Kozłowski <odder.wiki@gmail.com>
Hi there,
with September just about 6 days from now, it is time to start a
serious discussion about the tools we'd have for our jury members to
use in the process of choosing the best photos of the 2012 WLM.

This subject has been brought up in a discussion last month, and Nuno
Tavares was kind enough to share a tool that the Portuguese organisers
(ie. Nuno himself) prepared for their jury last year -- you can see it
in action at <http://wlm2011.ufp.wikimedia.pt/tools/juri/?token=a5e88407-be35-11e1-a7d1-eae4baf4981c>.

I'd like to use this thread to collect some ideas about the tools you
use, and the ones that we still might create in the coming month. I
know that there were several tools people used last year, from the
automated ones (like Nuno's), through those semi-automated (like the
QInominator gadget somebody suggested to me recently), to those rather
manual (like the shell script we used in Poland last year).

So, are there some specific tools you used last year, or plan to use
this time? Please share your ideas & code here :-)


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