On Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 11:58 PM, Karthik Nadar <karthikndr(a)wikimedia.in>wrote;wrote:
We at the Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 international coordination team are
looking forward to hire a contractor to take care of the maintenance of the
infrastructure behind Wiki Loves Monuments, and everything that is needed
to run smoothly the contest. Yes, this will be a paid contract and we would
expect the person to work for us for three months from August up-to
We are looking for a candidate of either gender with the following skills:
Python — at an experienced level;
MySQL —at an experienced level;
PHP — at an experienced level;
CSS/JS/HTML at a basic level;
Be a quick learner: need to learn basic MediaWiki code;
Among the tasks the contractor will need to perform you have: running
“Erfgoedbot” and adding countries to the monuments’ database. They will
need to write PHP–based tools (statistics) using data from a MySQL database.
The contractor, when selected, will be working for the Wiki Loves
Monuments international coordination team. He will sign a contract with
Wikimedia Nederlands, the fiscal sponsor of the Wiki Loves Monuments 2013
Addition just to make things clear: He/She can work from their home, and
thus can be from any country. The contractor, when selected will be an
independent contractor and not an employee of Wikimedia Nederlands.
If you are interested, please forward your resume and your portfolio to
cristian.consonni(a)wikimedia.it. *The deadline to send applications is 29
July 2013.* The Wiki Loves Monuments international team consists of
volunteers and so, it might take time from our side to review your
applications, but we will make sure it doesn’t takes more than a week.
Karthik Nadar and Cristian Consonni,
On behalf of the WLM international team.