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ويكي تهوى المعالم 2014 - سوريا

The Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 - Syria

Wiki Loves Monuments www.wikilovesmonuments.org is an annual international photography contest and crowdsourcing event in which participants photograph and upload images of historic monuments to Wikimedia Commons. These images are then available for free use on Wikipedia and beyond. More details about this year's annual competition can be found at Wiki Loves Monuments 2014. The competition takes place throughout the month of September each year.


.ويكي تهوى المعالم هي مسابقة تصوير عالمية تعتمد مبدأ التعاون الإجتماعي بحيث يقوم مصورو بلد ما برفع صور لمعالم بلدهم الأثرية والمهمة لموقع ويكيبيديا كومونز. وهكذا، تصبح الصور متوفرة للعالم مجاناً.


يمكن الحصول على التفاصيل الكاملة على موقع www.wikilovesmonuments.org "ويكي تهوى المعالم 2014.

.تبدأ المسابقة في الفاتح من شهر سبتمبر من كل عام وتبقى طيلة الشهر.

هذه هي المرة الثانية التي تشارك فيها سوريا في المسابقة، ويذكر أن سوريا قد حلت في نسخة 2013 في المركز (38) عالمياً والأولى عربياً بعدد صور 1520 صورة.

Volunteers متطوعون[edit]

  1. Ahmad Ahmad
  2. bachounda
  3. Lamees Al-Mosilly

Monuments list قائمة المعالم[edit]

Related articles مقالات ذات صلة[edit]


Rules - قواعد المُسابقة[edit]

هناك جوائز وشهادات للفائزين بالمراكز الخمسة الأولى
يجب رفع الصور إلى ويكيميديا كومنز تحت رخصة المشاع الإبداعي 3، ما يعني السماح بتوزيعها واستعمالها وتبديلها مجانا
يجب أن تكون الصورة لإحدى معالم سوريا

  1. Prizes and Certificates shell be presented to the winners of the 1st five positions
  2. All Photos should be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons under creative commons license {{Cc-by-sa-3.0}}. Which mean others will be able to share and remix your photo as long as they attribute the work in the manner you as a producer specified
  3. Any Photo should be to one of Syria's Monuments.

How to participate كيفية الإشتراك[edit]

سجل نفسك في موقع "ويكيميديا كومنز" الذي هو مخزن ملفات الويكيبيديا على هذا الرابط 1
اختر المَعلَم الذي تريد المشاركة به من الضروري أن تكون أخذت الصورة بنفسك 2
ارفع الصورة إلى موقع كومنز بالضغط على الزر التالي: الرابط التالي 3
Load your pictures in September 2014
بعض الإرشادات التي ستحسن من إمكانية ربحك للمسابقة: التقط الصورة بأعلى دقة. التقط أكثر من صورة واحدة لنفس المعلم. يمكنك اختيار أفضلها.، كما يمكنك رفع أكثر من صورة واحدة إذا كانت ذات نوعية جيدة. في حال تصوير تفاصيل معلم معماري، مثل قلعة أو بوابة، خذ صورة إضافية شاملة للمعلم. تأكد من أخذ موافقة مالك الموقع إن أردت أن تأخذ صوراً داخلية له. كما يمكنك المشاركة بصورة التقطها سابقاً لكن لن تحتسب أي صور ترفع قبل بداية شهر سبتمبر/أيلول.

How to get help كيف تحصل على مساعدة[edit]

يمكنك زيارة موقع المسابقة الخاص بسوريا الرسمي وستجد غالباً جواباً لسؤالك أو يمكنك السؤال بتعليق you can visit the site and you'll find an answer to your quesion or you can ask as a comment.

Timeline
Due time Task  Status 
January 2014
January 15 create a timeline for international and local teams on Wikimedia Commons Crystal Clear app clean.png
January 16 start working on a manual for the new countries joining Wiki Loves Monuments
January 16 publish a progress report for December 2013 - January 2014
January 22 start coordinating international partners
January 30 have a better management system for the mailing list(s) up and running
January 31 contact all possible parties, i.e. every local Wikimedia community or chapter
February 2014
February 1 start preparing a task management system, divide the work between the people
February 6 start coordinating local workshops in participating countries
February 15 publish a progress report for January-February
February 18 have a clear overview of which countries are willing to participate
February 26 start including structured lists in the monuments database on the Toolserver
February 29 have a manual for the new countries written and posted to Wikimedia Commons
March 2014
March 1 start the search for international sponsors
March 2 prepare a base for an internal helpdesk and a Q&A
March 4 start a discussion on defining communication channels (including outside ones)
March 16 publish a progress report for February-March
March 18 keep adding more countries to the central monuments database
March 30 go to the Chapters Meeting, organise a brainstorming session
March 31 have a landing page ready at wikilovesmonuments.org
April 2014
April 3 start the work on tools based on the monuments database
April 15 start working on the official (external) website
April 16 publish a progress report for March-April
April 29 have all countries added to the monuments database
April 30 have the task management system up and running, all the work should be divided between the people
May 2014
May 1 start a discussion on promotional materials and goodies, coordinate the efforts
May 2 announce the need for OTRS queues, suggest Raymond as the ultimate WLM-friendly OTRS administrator
May 16 publish a progress report for April-May
May 23 contact all local teams and create a pre-announcement for local Village Pumps
May 29 start writing documentation for the webtools
May 30 have all communication channels defined and running
May 30 have the official website up, running and shining
May 30 make sure that all countries have an OTRS queue and at least two-three people with access to each of them.
May 31 have the pre-announcement posted to the Village Pumps of all participating projects
June 2014
June 1 write an announcement on the mailing list asking people to submit nominations for the European jury
June 2 manage technical contact with people at the Wikimedia Foundation
June 3 start working on a mobile application for taking and uploading pictures to Wikimedia Commons
June 10 start the work on metrics and statistics
June 16 publish a progress report for May-June
June 17 have the promotional materials ready, translated and available for print in respective countries
June 29 have some nice webtools based on the monuments database running at least in beta phase
June 30 have the international partners ready and informed
July 2014
July 1 create a core team of translators, define communication channels, inform them about the work to come
July 2 create a core team of PR & media people, define communication channels, inform them about the work to come
July 8 have the Wikimania talk/presentation ready
July 12-14 go to Wikimania, take over the world present the project to the audience
July 18 publish a progress report for June-July
July 22 start the discussion about the global awards ceremony
July 29 have the international website translated into all languages
July 30 have the mobile application up and running
July 30 have as many tools as possible up, running and translatable
July 31 have the international sponsors ready and informed
July 31 have the nominations for the European and local juries confirmed
August 2014
August 1 start preparing Commons infrastructure (UploadWizard) and CentralNotice
August 5 start finding out on which conferences the project can be presented in September and afterwards
August 12 have the documentation on running local events (with case studies etc.) ready and posted to Wikimedia Commons
August 15 publish a progress report for July-August
August 16 have the final decision on the global awards ceremony made and (if agreed on) start preparations
August 19 contact all local teams, start working on an announcing press release
August 20 start working on the European Heritage Awards nomination
August 24 have all upload environment tested
August 25 set up a system for starting the contest in due time, divide the work
August 26 have promotional T-shirts delivered to the local teams
August 27 have UploadWizard and CentralNotice translated to all languages and ready
August 28 have the press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
August 31 have all crucial infrastructure and pages on Wikimedia Commons as well as the tools translated
September 2014
September 1 start the contest!
September 9 start working on a middle-of-the-contest press release
September 12 have the middle-of-the-contest press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
September 15 publish a progress report for August-September
September 16 start working on a voting system for local and international juries
September 23 set up a system for closing the contest in due time, divide the work
September 24 have the European Heritage Awards nomination written and sent to Europa Nostra
September 25 contact all local teams, start working on the final press release
September 25 start working on the participants survey
September 30 finish the contest!
October 2014
October 1 have the final press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
October 2 have a voting system for local juries ready and working
October 7 publish a thank-you e-mail, blog post or a video and let the community know about it!
October 9 have the participants survey ready, translated and sent out to the community
October 14 start working on the Guinness World Records application
October 17 publish a progress report for September-October
October 21 Start 'hunting' after jury results
October 21 make the local juries decide on the winning photos and send their nominations to the international level
October 22 initiate the discussion of the international jury, coordinate their efforts
October 24 have all local winners informed about the results of the contests
October 28 start analysing the outcomes of the participants survey
October 31 have the Guinness World Records application filled and sent
November 2014
November 11 have the outcomes of the participants survey ready & posted to Wikimedia Commons for use by the local teams
November 16 publish a progress report for October-November
November 18 make the international jury decide on the winning photos
November 19 inform the international winners :-))
November 21 have the winning press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
November 25 thank the members of the international jury for their work (e-mail, official letter, video etc.)
November 26 start working on the evaluation of the project
December 2014
December 16 publish a progress report for November-December
December 21 have the awards (incl. calendars) received by the winners
December 23 have the evaluation ready and posted to Wikimedia Commons, inform the community
December 1-31 (if possible) present the project at external conferences

Continuous tasks[edit]

There are, of course, some tasks that would need to be performed every now and then during the preparations for the contest and the contest itself. A short list of such tasks follows here; the most important ones have been marked with a yellow background:

Task Due time
database management January-October
driving the decision-making process January-November
coordinating Wikimedia Commons infrastructure, including documentation, categories and templates January-December
writing regular blog posts on the official website of the project or the Wikimedia Foundation blog January-December
keeping the timeline up-to-date January-December
social media management January-December
motivating the organisers and the volunteers January-December
budget management February-December
Due time Task  Status 
كانون الثاني 2014
كانون الثاني 15 إنشاء خط زمني من أجل الفرق المحلية والعالمية في ويكيميديا كومنز Crystal Clear app clean.png
كانون الثاني 16 البدء بعمل دليل من أجل البلدان الجديدة التي تشارك في الويكي تهوى المعالم
كانون الثاني 16 نشر تقرير مرحلي عن كانون الأول 2013 - كانون الثاني 2014
كانون الثاني 22 البدء التنسيق مع الشركاء الدوليين
كانون الثاني 30 امتلاك نظام إدارة أفضل من أجل القائمة البريدية (القوائم) وتشغيلها
كانون الثاني 31 اتصل بجميع الشركاء الممكنين مثلاً كل لجنة (أو قسم) محلية لويكيميديا
شباط 2014
شباط 1 بدء التحضير نظام إدارة المهام وتقسيم العمل بين الناس
شباط 6 بدء التنسيق الورشات المحلية في البلدان المشاركة
شباط 15 نشر تقرير مرحلي عن الأشهر كانون الثاني- شباط
شباط 18 have a clear overview of which countries are willing to participate
February 26 start including structured lists in the monuments database on the Toolserver
February 29 have a manual for the new countries written and posted to Wikimedia Commons
March 2014
March 1 start the search for international sponsors
March 2 prepare a base for an internal helpdesk and a Q&A
March 4 start a discussion on defining communication channels (including outside ones)
March 16 publish a progress report for February-March
March 18 keep adding more countries to the central monuments database
March 30 go to the Chapters Meeting, organise a brainstorming session
March 31 have a landing page ready at wikilovesmonuments.org
April 2014
April 3 start the work on tools based on the monuments database
April 15 start working on the official (external) website
April 16 publish a progress report for March-April
April 29 have all countries added to the monuments database
April 30 have the task management system up and running, all the work should be divided between the people
May 2014
May 1 start a discussion on promotional materials and goodies, coordinate the efforts
May 2 announce the need for OTRS queues, suggest Raymond as the ultimate WLM-friendly OTRS administrator
May 16 publish a progress report for April-May
May 23 contact all local teams and create a pre-announcement for local Village Pumps
May 29 start writing documentation for the webtools
May 30 have all communication channels defined and running
May 30 have the official website up, running and shining
May 30 make sure that all countries have an OTRS queue and at least two-three people with access to each of them.
May 31 have the pre-announcement posted to the Village Pumps of all participating projects
June 2014
June 1 write an announcement on the mailing list asking people to submit nominations for the European jury
June 2 manage technical contact with people at the Wikimedia Foundation
June 3 start working on a mobile application for taking and uploading pictures to Wikimedia Commons
June 10 start the work on metrics and statistics
June 16 publish a progress report for May-June
June 17 have the promotional materials ready, translated and available for print in respective countries
June 29 have some nice webtools based on the monuments database running at least in beta phase
June 30 have the international partners ready and informed
July 2014
July 1 create a core team of translators, define communication channels, inform them about the work to come
July 2 create a core team of PR & media people, define communication channels, inform them about the work to come
July 8 have the Wikimania talk/presentation ready
July 12-14 go to Wikimania, take over the world present the project to the audience
July 18 publish a progress report for June-July
July 22 start the discussion about the global awards ceremony
July 29 have the international website translated into all languages
July 30 have the mobile application up and running
July 30 have as many tools as possible up, running and translatable
July 31 have the international sponsors ready and informed
July 31 have the nominations for the European and local juries confirmed
August 2014
August 1 start preparing Commons infrastructure (UploadWizard) and CentralNotice
August 5 start finding out on which conferences the project can be presented in September and afterwards
August 12 have the documentation on running local events (with case studies etc.) ready and posted to Wikimedia Commons
August 15 publish a progress report for July-August
August 16 have the final decision on the global awards ceremony made and (if agreed on) start preparations
August 19 contact all local teams, start working on an announcing press release
August 20 start working on the European Heritage Awards nomination
August 24 have all upload environment tested
August 25 set up a system for starting the contest in due time, divide the work
August 26 have promotional T-shirts delivered to the local teams
August 27 have UploadWizard and CentralNotice translated to all languages and ready
August 28 have the press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
August 31 have all crucial infrastructure and pages on Wikimedia Commons as well as the tools translated
September 2014
September 1 start the contest!
September 9 start working on a middle-of-the-contest press release
September 12 have the middle-of-the-contest press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
September 15 publish a progress report for August-September
September 16 start working on a voting system for local and international juries
September 23 set up a system for closing the contest in due time, divide the work
September 24 have the European Heritage Awards nomination written and sent to Europa Nostra
September 25 contact all local teams, start working on the final press release
September 25 start working on the participants survey
September 30 finish the contest!
October 2014
October 1 have the final press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
October 2 have a voting system for local juries ready and working
October 7 publish a thank-you e-mail, blog post or a video and let the community know about it!
October 9 have the participants survey ready, translated and sent out to the community
October 14 start working on the Guinness World Records application
October 17 publish a progress report for September-October
October 21 Start 'hunting' after jury results
October 21 make the local juries decide on the winning photos and send their nominations to the international level
October 22 initiate the discussion of the international jury, coordinate their efforts
October 24 have all local winners informed about the results of the contests
October 28 start analysing the outcomes of the participants survey
October 31 have the Guinness World Records application filled and sent
November 2014
November 11 have the outcomes of the participants survey ready & posted to Wikimedia Commons for use by the local teams
November 16 publish a progress report for October-November
November 18 make the international jury decide on the winning photos
November 19 inform the international winners :-))
November 21 have the winning press release ready, translated and sent out to the media
November 25 thank the members of the international jury for their work (e-mail, official letter, video etc.)
November 26 start working on the evaluation of the project
December 2014
December 16 publish a progress report for November-December
December 21 have the awards (incl. calendars) received by the winners
December 23 have the evaluation ready and posted to Wikimedia Commons, inform the community
December 1-31 (if possible) present the project at external conferences

Continuous tasks[edit]

There are, of course, some tasks that would need to be performed every now and then during the preparations for the contest and the contest itself. A short list of such tasks follows here; the most important ones have been marked with a yellow background:

Task Due time
database management January-October
driving the decision-making process January-November
coordinating Wikimedia Commons infrastructure, including documentation, categories and templates January-December
writing regular blog posts on the official website of the project or the Wikimedia Foundation blog January-December
keeping the timeline up-to-date January-December
social media management January-December
motivating the organisers and the volunteers January-December
budget management February-December
Wiki Loves Monuments 2014
2010 competition - 2011 competition - 2012 competition - 2013 competition - 2015 competition

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

Participating countries: Albania & Kosovo - Algeria - Aruba - Austria - Azerbaijan - Belgium & Luxembourg - Canada - Colombia - Czech Republic - Egypt - Estonia - France - Germany - Hong Kong - Iraq - Ireland - Israel - Italy - Jordan - Lebanon - Macedonia - Nepal - Norway - Pakistan - Palestine - Poland - Romania - Russia - Serbia - Slovakia - South Africa - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Syria - Thailand - Tunisia - Ukraine - United Kingdom

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