User talk:Cpsterling

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Welcome to Wikimedia Commons, Cpsterling!
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-- Wikimedia Commons Welcome (talk) 18:39, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

Hi Cpsterling,

Just wanted to welcome you to Wikimedia Commons and say thanks for sharing your photo of the Appuldurcombe House; Its a stunning picture of a beautiful building. You clearly have a talent for taking photos! Hope you are able to share some more pictures before the end of September. The UK is currently in 8th place in the world and it would be great if you could help us move up the leader board.

Thanks again! ツStacey (talk) 11:02, 25 September 2013 (UTC)

Thank you for taking part in Wiki Loves Monuments[edit]

Something a bit special happened last month: you probably took part in a photographic world record! Last year’s Wiki Loves Monuments competition set a world record, and the early numbers from this year look even better. We received 370,000 images from 12,000 people across 53 countries. This was the first year that the UK has taken part in the contest, and we are overjoyed to have received no fewer than 11,995 entries from 573 contributors.

Wiki Loves Monuments in the UK was organised by volunteers with backing from Wikimedia UK, the local charity that supports Wikipedia and other Wikimedia Foundation projects in helping to share educational materials, such as your photos, and making them available to all.

If you want to get more involved, Wikimedia UK is offering free training on how to edit Wikipedia, and workshops on honing your photographic skills. You've made that first step, why not take the next?

You can register your interest here.

Wikimedia UK relies entirely on donations and receives no government funding. If you would like to support the charity in its mission, please consider donating now. Membership costs £5 and ensures you keep up to date with activities both around the country and online.

You can contribute here.

Speaking for myself, it has been great fun to go out taking pictures and learn about local history, and I hope you enjoyed yourself too. For now, it’s over to the judges. We’ll be announcing the winners in early November.

On behalf of the organisers and volunteers who made Wiki Loves Monuments UK happen, thank you!

--Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 16:40, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

PS. Your email is not enabled at the moment. If you want to be eligible to receive a prize for your work, you need to have email enabled. Go to "preferences" to do so.


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Thank you for participating in Wiki Loves Monuments 2013! Please help with this survey.

Dear Cpsterling,
Thank you for contributing to Wiki Loves Monuments 2013, and for sharing your pictures with the whole world! We would like to ask again a few minutes of your time.

Thanks to the participation of people like you, the contest gathered more than 365,000 pictures of cultural heritage objects from more than 50 countries around the world, becoming the largest photography competition to have ever taken place.

You can find all your pictures in your upload log, and are of course very welcome to keep uploading images and help develop Wikimedia Commons, even though you will not be able to win more prizes (just yet).

If you'd like to start editing relevant Wikipedia articles and share your knowledge with other people, please go to the Wikipedia Welcome page for more information, guidance, and help.

To make future contests even more successful than this year, we would like to invite you to share your experiences with us in a short survey. Please fill in this short survey in your own language, and help us learn what you liked and didn't like about Wiki Loves Monuments 2013.

Kind regards,
the Wiki Loves Monuments team

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Thank you for taking part in the Wiki Loves Monuments participants' survey!

Dear Cpsterling,

Thank you for taking part in the Wiki Loves Monuments participants' survey. Your answers will help us improve the organization of future photo contests!

In case you haven't filled in the questionnaire yet, you can still do so during the next 7 days.

And by the way: the winning pictures of this year's international contest have been announced. Enjoy!

Kind regards,
the Wiki Loves Monuments team

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Thanks[edit]

Hi Cpsterling, as I thought your picture of Appuldurcombe House was particularly useful and the best example of the built which Wikimedia Commons has I nominated it as a Valued Picture. The banner below was put on my page after the picture was approved, but it's rightly yours. Thank you for uploading your picture. Nev1 (talk) 00:48, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

Appuldurcombe House.jpg
An image you created has been reviewed and promoted
Congratulations! The image you created was reviewed and has now been promoted as a valued image. It is considered to be the most valued image on Commons within the scope:
Appuldurcombe House SE view.