as far as I know, every country will be able to change the upload form according to their needs. For example, every country has a different way of numbering/identifying the monument in the picture.
We had a team brainstorming tonight and we reached the conclusion that:
1. In RO contest we'll very likely only accept uploads to Wikimedia
Commons, so the customized upload form is an important element for us,
including perhaps an API to integrate it in our website
2. We would very much prefer to have the default license to
CC-BY-SA-3.0 RO (Romanian version).
This probably means that we would need a way to customize the upload
form by ourselves. Do you think this would be feasible or we'll all
share the same upload form?
Also, do we have any ETA on that form?
2011/6/2 Maarten Dammers <email@example.com>:
> Hi Nico and Lodewijk,
> I put an action point for myself at
> Op 18-5-2011 21:24, Lodewijk schreef:
> Hi Nico,
> thanks a lot for your email. Just taking the upload form aside, to avoid
> confusion of topics.
> The upload form is not finished yet, because it will be based on the new
> upload interface of Wikimedia Commons. I don't know the exact timeline, but
> I got many guarantees that it will definitely be ready in time. Of course
> you can expect an announcement here when the time is there.
> 2011/5/18 Nico Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Hi all
>> Happy to hear so much good stuff from Berlin's meeting, seems that it was
>> really positive.
>> Regarding the cost of the European part, WMCH should be in the position to
>> participate. I would only know as soon as possible the requested amount for
>> us, in order to know if I can take it out of my budget for the local contest
>> or if I have to go in front of the board to ask for additional money (which
>> I don't like so much).
>> Ps quick question : any idea when the specific upload form will be
>> available in Commons? I didn't found any timeline information on this topic.
>> Le 18 mai 2011 à 21:00, Lodewijk <email@example.com> a écrit :
>> > Dear all,
>> > After I returned home, I realized that even though we made a wonderful
>> > budget for the European part of Wiki Loves Monuments, we did not decide how
>> > to split it up amongst the European chapters. Please find below the
>> > estimated costs. I would like to ask the chapters that can spare it, to
>> > consider contributing to this budget. More specifically, I would like to get
>> > at least a reply from: France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland
>> > whether they would be able to take a share in this budget.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Lodewijk
>> > To bring back in memory, the following costs were estimated:
>> > TOTAL: Worst case scenario: 10.300 € + shipping − Best-case scenario:
>> > 3.000€
>> > * Prizes (1.500€) (if no sponsors are found)
>> > * Printing 500+ calendars (WMPL will find budget locally): 3.000 euro
>> > * shipping + boxes, winning messages and so on. ( 200 for finalists +
>> > 300 for the chapters)
>> > * Intl. thankyou goodies (calendars will go for that now)
>> > * grant system for chapters that need help. 1.500 euro
>> > * Optional: Jury costs? (7 people (says 8 above)): 2.400 (travel) + 400
>> > (hotel) + 200 (meeting room) + 300 (living costs) = 3.300 euro
>> > * Announcement costs? 1.000 euro (worst case)
>> > please note:
>> > * Hopefully printing costs will end up at zero
>> > * Odder is still trying to find an estimate for shipping costs
>> > * Jury costs we did not make a decision on, but I budgeted it in for
>> > worst case.
>> > * Announcement costs are assuming that we cannot do that during DISH.
>> > * This is on top of existing budget by Wikimedia Nederland (for travel
>> > costs etc)
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