[Commons-l] Fwd: [Gendergap] Photo of the Day on Wikimedia Commons

Huib Laurens sterkebak at gmail.com
Mon May 16 07:03:07 UTC 2011


Its not discussed..

The process is very simple. You add a picture for Featured
it makes the vote and become featured picture you or anybody can just
it to be a POTD there is no process there anymore. Just add and wait.



2011/5/16 phoebe ayers <phoebe.wiki op gmail.com>

> Pedro Sanchez <pdsanchez op ...> writes:
> > Many of us are annoyed by such featuring.
> I also had a face-palm moment when I saw this image -- mostly because, out
> of
> all of the tens of thousands of superb illustrations and photographs we
> have,
> this is the best we can do?
> This piece does not seem to be educational in nature (and I don't mean "an
> education in how to use Inkscape"), and it is fairly poor art in all ways
> except
> technical proficiency with the tools used to create it. I think it would be
> more
> appreciated and more appropriate on one of the many sites designed for
> hosting
> amateur art; and we would do a better job of fulfilling our own particular
> mission by highlighting some of the unquestionably stunning and important
> works
> of art in our collection, of which there are many (for instance, we have
> paintings by Dürer and Cezanne that aren't yet featured).
> > Or perhaps, getting more people involved on the community selection
> process.
> This seems like a good plan. But I have a question for Commonistas:
> where? I was looking for the page where the "picture of the day" is
> discussed
> and chosen, and I can't find it. Can someone explain how this process
> works?
> best,
> Phoebe
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Kind regards,

Huib Laurens

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