Hi David,

Thanks for running Jury Tool. I had created an acoount and tried to log in, but I got this message:

Oops! An Error Occurred

The server returned a "403 Forbidden".

Something is broken. Please e-mail us at [email] and let us know what you were doing when this error occurred. We will fix it as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

What should I do?

Best regards,
Adam Kliczek
tel. (+48) 519-520-107

2013/9/23 David Narvaez <david.narvaez@computer.org>
On Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 11:03 PM, David Narvaez
<david.narvaez@computer.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> With most of the usability issues ironed out the last two weeks with
> the countries that were testing the tool, I have been preparing for
> deployment for the rest of the  countries. Unfortunately, due to
> persona issues I won't have much time to take care of each
> installation and configuration as I planned (at least for a couple of
> weeks), so what I did is roll out all of the installations at
> http://wlm.wmflabs.org/<country code>
> At the moment no tool (except for those  that were testing it these
> weeks) have users, so the first thing I'll ask every coordinator in
> every country listed at
> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2013/JuryTool
> ist to register in your own tool using the following URL
> http://wlm.wmflabs.org/<country code>/register
> I'll take care of promoting the first user registered in every tool as
> admin of the tool in around 24 hours, which will let that user
> configure the tool. For countries that are going to test this only,
> and expect to use the tool on October, feel free to configure it for
> testing purposes since the tool can be reset.
> One unimplemented feature that came as a suggestion from Michael Maggs
> (and was something Lodewijk suggested on our original conversation
> too) is not to decide the number of rounds upfront, but rather have a
> way to start a round when needed. I didn't  find the time to implement
> this feature, yet the tool is able to feedback from its own output so
> if your country does not know exactly how many rounds you will need,
> just configure the tool for one round, and you'll be able to export
> all images that meet some criteria, I'll reset the tool, and you can
> use that output for another round.
> All questions to my e-mail to keep the mailing list clear, please.

Sorry List, false start, I had to make some installation and configure
most of the databases before sending this e-mail and forgot to. I've
now fixed this, so if you tried before and were unable to see the
registering form, try again.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

David E. Narvaez

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