Commons talk:Wiki Loves Earth 2022 in Sweden

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Hi there, this part is unclear:

For each category a maximum of ten images can be submitted, and the jury will make the selection.

Does that mean, that the jury will select 10+10 images (10 for landscape and 10 for macro), and then, from those 20 pre-finalists the jury will select 15 winning images? Or “can be submitted” were intended to belong to the WLE 2020 in Sweden’s participants? (N.B. at the beginning of the page, there is a phase “as many photographs as you want”.) I’m perplexed with this paragraph on jury’s submitting. Could you please clarify? Thanks a lot for your attention! — Pacha Tchernof (talk) 15:29, 1 May 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Hi @Pacha Tchernof, and thanks for your translation. The rule is that each country can submit up to a maximum of 15 images to the international finale, but no more than ten from either landscape or macro. Participants are free to submit as many images as they want to (as long as they are within the scope of Commons), and from the total amount of all images the Swedish jury will make the selection of 15 images to pass on. Does that make it clear enough? /Axel Pettersson (WMSE) (talk) 07:41, 2 May 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi @Axel Pettersson (WMSE), thank you for clarification! Yes, now I got it and putted changed into translation. I have one more question about unusual style of links on WLE 2020 in Sweden page. On Safari, they looks like this one: word»    . Are a closing quote mark and a lot of spaces after intentional or is it all kind of a bug? — Pacha Tchernof (talk) 10:02, 2 May 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Great, and thanks again @Pacha Tchernof. I think the look of the links comes from the WLXpage template css-thingy we are using, but I'm not sure. If you look at the 2020 Hong Kong page also using that template it's similar, so I guess it's intentional. /Axel Pettersson (WMSE) (talk) 11:24, 2 May 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]