GWToolset users are users who are able to use the GLAMWikiToolset extension to mass upload pictures from GLAM institutions to Commons.
The user community has an open email group to exchange information about projects, best practices, improvement of the tool (including discussion to prioritize the resolution of reported bugs) and user documentation. There is a Steering Group composed of experienced Wikimedia Commons batch uploaders, Wikimedia Chapter funding representatives and the project team (current partners are Europeana), which has oversight of project development, acting as sprint reviews during active development, and discusses future proposals related to the toolset. The Steering Group has a closed email list, meetings are held by video-conferencing several times a year, and etherpad minutes are published of past meetings, see the Project pages.
- See requesting rights for information on gaining access to the toolset.
- See the extension documentation for further information.
Użytkownicy i projekty
As of November 2015 there have been 116 user accounts to upload files with the GLAMwikiToolset.
|Użytkownik||Projects and proposals using the GWToolset Edytuj tabelę|
|Fæ||2014: NYPL maps 12,000 scanned maps from the New York Public Library Done
2014: Art of Japan in the Rijksmuseum an initial set of 2,496 images from the Rijksmuseum Done
2014: Paintings in the Rijksmuseum an update of 3,600 as part of a Wikidata project Done
2014: Photochrom prints collection: 30R from the Library of Congress Done
2014: Panoramic photographs collection: 0R from the Library of Congress Done
2014: Historic American Buildings Survey (Cat) (303,509 uploaded, estimated total >200,000)
2014: Wellcome 100,000 images from the Wellcome Digital Library (upload being arranged)
If you want to try GWT on the beta cluster before asking for access on Commons, I can arrange it - drop me a note with a rationale and a link to your beta account.
|Jheald||2014: British Library 430 scanned highlight images uploaded via Flickr from BL Images Online. Done.|
|85jesse||2014: Media from Open Beelden over 1500 videos, including Dutch newsreels and footage of nature, especially birds
|Swiss National Library||2014: SNL wants to upload further collections of pictures to Commons.
2015: 2358 pictures of "Schweizer Kleinmeister" from the mid-18th to mid-19th Category:Collection Gugelmann Done
|Hansmuller||2013-2015: Dutch Wikipedian in special residence at eleven Dutch academic libraries, see Wikipedia:GLAM/Wikipedians in Special Residence in the Netherlands 2013-2014
2014: Images from the Peace Palace Library, 1980 high resolution photographs of old prints from the same library Done
|Multichill||I'm on the steering group of the project. Not sure yet what I'm going to upload.|
|DivadH||2014: Uploaded the Category:Images_of_Samis_and_of_West_Bothnia photography collection from the Swedish National Heritage Board as a pilot full-scale test of the tool. Done|
|Benoit Rochon||w:en:Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec|
|Ayaita||2014:La Mochila, Almanaque Azul|
|Jean-Frédéric||Serve on the steering group
Upload “MH_Ile-de-France” ~ 3000 files Done
“Fonds Raoul Berthelé ~ 2000 files Done
|Ally Crockford||2014: 1100 images uploaded from the National Library of Scotland. NLS wants to release further images, currently aiming to upload up to 10,000 files over the next six months to a year.|
|Slowking4||2015: LOC FSA images
2016: Florida Memory Project
|Basvb||2014: KNBLO images of the Nijmeegse Vierdaagse. 1.185 images. Upload description.
|Pdproject||Cooperation with Wikimedia Deutschland:
2011 (Oct-Dec): 34 audio files of 78 rpm gramophone records (will be replaced in 2015 with high quality flac files)
|Ambrosiani / Nordiska museet||2015: 19th century fashion illustrations from Swedish fashion magazines (1,051 images) and mid 20th century fashion photos (28 images). Done|
|Chandres (aka:Neuchâtel Herbarium||upload of Herbarium sheets pictures and microscope preparation of amoeba Neuchâtel_Herbarium_Project & Pénard project|
Wikimedian In Residence at the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford