2011/1/26 Lodewijk <email@example.com>:
I just wonder how it is going to be organised. I mean - if the local
> There are a few important points I would like to share with you:
> 1) Wiki Loves Monuments EU 2011 will be organized in a federative way - that
> means that you are responsible for organizing a contest in your own country.
> Ideally following similar principles, but there will be a lot of own
> responsibility. We do want to make it easier for you though, so if you need
> advise, we will be available; technical infrastructure can of course be
> 2) If you are interested to participate, even if you do not know for sure
> yet, or if there are dependencies, please share that information! We created
> a table on Wikimedia Commons, , please fill that table with the
> information available for your country! Especially the chapter contact and
> the "want to do WLM" columns. If you have doubts and need advise, just start
> a new thread on this mailing list and we can all help each other.
chapters may organise local contests in their countries - and then the
winners of local contensts will be in some sort of way recognized and
prized on top-EU-level, or it is going to be centralised from the very
begininig - i.e people will upload pictures through one central
website and the results are to be judged on central level as well ?
Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz
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