Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 in Venezuela

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Wiki Loves Monuments

Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 en Venezuela es un concurso de fotografía venidero en torno a monumentos de patrimonio cultural del país, como parte de Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 internacional. Esta será la primera vez que Venezuela participe en Wiki Loves Monuments, todos son bienvenidos a involucrarse, ya sea como participantes en el concurso, voluntarios en la organización o ambos.

Acerca del concurso[edit]

Un monumento nacional es un elemento, construcción o lugar que representa un gran valor histórico, patrimonial o arquitectónico y que es protegido por ley. Los Monumentos Nacionales de Venezuela son parte de la identidad nacional venezolana con gran valor para el país. De allí, la importancia de organizar el concurso Wiki Loves Monuments en Venezuela. Como parte de un movimiento mundial que se amplia cada vez más y que dejará ver, los maravillosos parajes de todas partes del mundo.

La lista de monumentos está en proceso de realizarse, para mayor información, por favor visitar:

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Si estás interesado en ayudar con la organización del concurso, o simplemente quieres mantenerte informado de los avances, por favor firma aquí

Linea de tiempo[edit]

Linea de tiempo
Due time Task Importance Status
January 2013
January 31 indicate that you're interested sending an email to wikilovesmonuments@lists.wikimedia.org StarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app clean.png
February 2013
February 1 start a heritage project on your local Wikipedia and analyse if the community wants to join the project StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
February 5 analyse what information about the monuments is available in your country (e.g. full address, coordinates, unique identifiers etc.) StarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app clean.png
February 18 set up a portal page for Wiki Loves Monuments on your local Wikipedia StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
February 19 register your local wikilovesmonuments.TLD domain. Create a redirect to Wikimedia Commons if you have no content yet StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app clean.png
February 19 create your local OTRS queue and team StarIconGold.png
February 20 (if needed) create a mailing list for your local Wiki Loves Monuments StarIconGold.png
February 21 start preparing a task management system, divide the work between the people StarIconGold.png
February 22 contact your government or other responsible institution/organisation and ask for the lists of monuments StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
February 22 decide if you'd like to have local workshops organised by the international team and let them know StarIconGold.png
February 25 Add your country to this list on Wikimedia Commons and create a page for it. Also, fill in the progress table for your country StarIconGold.png
February 26 have all main organisers subscribed to the global mailing list StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
February 28 (if needed) create a timeline for your local Wiki Loves Monuments; feel free to use this one as a base! StarIconGold.png
March 2013
March 1 contact other partner organisations or institutions StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
March 2 start advertising the project in your local Wikimedia community StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
March 4 start a discussion on defining communication channels (including outside ones) StarIconGold.png
March 11 have structured list templates finished StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
March 21 have the list of monuments received from the government/other responsible institution StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app logout.png
March 24 have some structured lists ready StarIconGold.png
March 25 create environment where people can report errors in the lists StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
March 25 create a local helpdesk (including legal questions) StarIconGold.png
March 31 have a landing page ready at your local wikilovesmonuments.TLD page StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
April 2013
April 1 consider asking your local Ministry of Culture or other cultural heritage institution to formally support the contest in your country StarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app logout.png
April 8 decide on RL meeting with volunteers, try to identify local problems & possibilities
(including freedom of panorama and other copyright issues)
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April 15 start working on the official (external) website StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png Crystal Clear app clean.png
April 16 start working on local documentation (how to locate monuments on a map using software available in your country etc.) StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
April 18 (if applicable) go to the Chapters Meeting and take part in the brainstorming session StarIconGold.png
April 30 start looking for local sponsors to provide awards StarIconGold.png
May 2013
May 1 start thinking about some promotional materials and goodies to give to the participants StarIconGold.png
May 13 set up category structure for your local monuments on Wikimedia Commons StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
May 16 (if possible) start working on a local events programme StarIconGold.png
May 23 join the work on a pre-announcement to be sent to all Village Pumps StarIconGold.png
May 30 have the official website up, running and shining StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
May 30 have an OTRS queue set up with at least two-three people with access StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
May 31 have the pre-announcement posted to your local Village Pump StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
June 2013
June 1 partners should be ready, participating & informed about the goings-on StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
June 2 write an announcement asking people to submit nominations for your local jury StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
June 10 start processing already existing pictures on Wikimedia Commons StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
June 17 have the promotional materials and goodies designed and at least being produced if you want to distribute them StarIconGold.png
June 30 have the rules of the contest set up and posted to your external website StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
July 2013
July 1 have somebody join the international Wiki Loves Monuments translation team StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
July 2 have somebody join PR team to work on press releases and external outreach StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
July 29 local sponsors should be ready & informed about the goings-on StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
July 30 have the international website translated into your language StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
July 31 (if needed) set up a Flickr group (and other platforms) for an easy upload StarIconGold.png
July 31 have your local jury fully formed and set up judging criteria StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 2013
August 1 start preparing Commons infrastructure (UploadWizard) and CentralNotice in your language StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 7-11 go to Wikimania and take over the world take part in RL discussions about Wiki Loves Monuments StarIconGold.png
August 11 (if possible) finalise local events programme StarIconGold.png
August 12 monuments lists should be finished; finish processing already existing photos on Wikimedia Commons StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 15 have promotional materials and goodies sent out to volunteers around your country StarIconGold.png
August 16 decide if you want to hold an awards ceremony and (if agreed on) start preparations StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 19 have local PR people start working on an announcing press release StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 24 have all upload environment in your language tested StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 25 start sending invites to Flickr users in relevant groups to join the contest StarIconGold.png
August 27 have UploadWizard and CentralNotice translated to your language and ready StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 28 have the announcing press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media! StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
August 31 have all crucial infrastructure and pages on Wikimedia Commons as well as the tools translated into your language StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
September 2013
September 1 start the contest! Starred.svgStarred.svgStarred.svg
September 9 have local PR people start working on a middle-of-the-contest press release StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
September 12 have the middle-of-the-contest press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media! StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
September 16 have the local awards ceremony confirmed StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
September 25 have local PR people start working on a final press release StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
September 30 finish the contest! Starred.svgStarred.svgStarred.svg
October 2013
October 1 have the final press release ready and translated into your language; send it to the media! StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
October 9 have the participants survey ready and translated into your language StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
October 21 October 31 Hard deadline: have the final decision of the local jury; send your nominations to the international level Starred.svgStarred.svgStarred.svg
October 22 October 31 have your local winners informed about the results of the contest StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
November 27 have a press release about the results of your local contest ready and sent out to the media StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
November 2013
November 4 send thank-you letters or e-mails to the volunteers, partners and sponsors and invite them to your local awards ceremony StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
November 11 start working on the evaluation of the project StarIconGold.png
November 18 (if applicable) hold your local awards ceremony StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
November 25 make sure all photos are in the lists and are properly categorised StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
November 30 have the evaluation ready & posted to your local Wikipedia; translate at least the most important parts of it into English StarIconGold.pngStarIconGold.png
December 2013
December 1-31 get some rest! well done! :-) Starred.svgStarred.svgStarred.svg
Wiki Loves Monuments 2013
2010 competition - 2011 competition - 2012 competition2014 competition - 2015 competition

Timeline - Progress - Documentation - Tools - FAQ - Media - Sponsors - List of landing page, monuments and uploadlink - Winning photos

Participating countries: Algeria - Andorra - Antarctica - Argentina - Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh - Aruba - Austria - Azerbaijan - Belgium & Luxembourg - Bolivia - Cameroon - Canada - Chile - China - Colombia - Czech Republic - Egypt - El Salvador - Estonia - France - Germany - Hong Kong - Hungary - India - Israel - Italy - Jordan - Mexico - Nepal - Netherlands - Norway - Panama - Philippines - Poland - Romania - Russia  - Serbia - Slovakia - South Africa - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Syria - Taiwan - Thailand - Tunisia - Ukraine - United Kingdom - United States - Uruguay - Venezuela

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