Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2018/Tools
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This is a list of tools related to Wiki Loves Monuments.
There are multiple jury tools available for your Wiki Loves Monuments jury process. They are all listed at Commons' Jury tools. See also the page Selecting winners of a large photo contest. While each national contest is free to choose their jury tool of choice, the international team develops, maintains, and supports Montage if you decide to choose this jury tool.
- Monumental map (powered by Wikidata)
- The older WLM map (powered by the Monuments database)
- UK interactive map (Scotland, Wales, England, Northern Ireland)
- WikiDaheim map (Austria)
Tool for volunteers to update the colour of the pins
If your monument data is on Wikidata, you need to connect the right photos with the monuments before they show up on Monumental:
- Wikidata File Candidates by Magnus Manske.
- Instructions for users of the Monumental map
- Instructions for users of the UK interactive map (Scotland, Wales, England, Northern Ireland)
Tool for adding photos to on-wiki monument lists
This script can be copied to your personal common.js and gives you a button on each monument list that suggests pictures and categories to be added to the lists. This will then feed into the monuments database.
- Commons:Monuments database/Statistics
- Wiki Loves Competitions Tools: Provides per year and country level statistics about the number of uploads, number of uploaders, images uploaded and used in wikis, and the number of uploaders registered after the competition started. It also provides an overview of country level participation in WLM (as well as other photo competitions).