[Ceespring-localorganisers] Re: CEE Spring starts next week (Philip Kopetzky)
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Sun Mar 19 22:50:19 EET 2017
For the greek language, a list of 100 articles was prepared, however a user
took an initiative and added some more, so now we' re at about 130, hope
It was hard finding all-new subjects that had solid foundations as articles
in en (not having problems, having references etc), so for the largest
wikipedias in some categories the main task will be expansion and not
creation of articles.
We'll be ready with the rules and post them at Meta tomorrow, they will
most probably be exactly the same with last year, with the sole exception
that each user can only win in one category, to avoid having users "sweep"
2017-03-19 12:00 GMT+02:00 <ceespring-localorganisers-request at wikimedia.bg>:
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> Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2017 12:12:17 +0100
> From: Philip Kopetzky <philip.kopetzky at gmail.com>
> To: "Teemeah ." <teemeah.wikiposta at gmail.com>
> Cc: Mārtiņš Bruņenieks <martinsb at gmail.com>,
> ceespring-localorganisers at wikimedia.bg
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> Hi Timea!
> We have the same problem on de-wp as well - our rule of thumb was to select
> articles that weren't necessarily that long, but covered the most important
> aspects of the topic and still left some room for growth if someone decides
> to do some research of their own.
> Hope that helps :-)
> On 17 March 2017 at 19:01, Teemeah . <teemeah.wikiposta at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello organisers
> > I would like to reflect on one of the points. "Our intention was to limit
> > lists to 10 articles per topic and focus on quality source (English)
> > articles"
> > I understand this, but we need to realize that enwiki is far from being
> > stuffed with quality articles on everything, and most such articles have
> > previously been written on majority of the CEE languages. It is simply
> > difficult to find quality Englsh articles that have NOT been written on
> > least 5 or 6 of the desired languages. If we stuff the article lists with
> > articles that have been written in most of the languages, what can those
> > contestants from involved countries choose form, then? We spent long
> > searching through enwiki. It's getting more difficult. Unless we want
> > people to rework articles that have already been written, but many people
> > simply don't like that, it's more difficult to rework an already existing
> > article than start a new one afresh.
> > Kind regards
> > Timea
> > Hungary
> > 2017-03-17 9:59 GMT+01:00 Mārtiņš Bruņenieks <martinsb at gmail.com>:
> >> Dear local organizers of CEE Spring,
> >> it will be you that will make the contest a success and it starts
> >> next week. However, there are some tasks remaining:
> >> 1. Article lists need to be finished before the start of contest. Our
> >> intention was to limit lists to 10 articles per topic and focus on
> >> source (English) articles. While some organizers decided to ignore the
> >> advice and we will not enforce anything, we still suggest to keep lists
> >> shorter. We wrote a blog post on how to make these lists better .
> >> 2. If you need a site notice template, there is an example available
> >> Each Wikipedia will manage their site notices by themselves, there will
> >> be a centrally coordinated one like during WLM.
> >> 3. There will be no requirement to buy books/reference material as
> >> prizes. These can also be vouchers at websites like Amazon (or your
> >> alternative).
> >> 4. Please finalize local rules before the start of contest, then
> >> translate to English and post on Meta page . This is not required by
> >> March 21, but do not postpone it too far.
> >> 5. There have been some changes in order of thematic country weeks due
> >> some countries not participating this year. You may need to update your
> >> local contest pages .
> >> 6. If you are interested in promoting events from your contest, we can
> >> give you posting rights to the CEE Spring Facebook page .
> >> --
> >> On behalf of CEE Spring international organizers
> >> Mārtiņš / User:Papuass
> >>  http://ceespring.eu/blog/2017/03/07/7-tips-that-will-make-yo
> >> ur-list-for-cee-spring-even-better/
> >>  https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_CEE_Spring_2017/
> >> Central_Notice
> >>  https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_CEE_Spring_2017/Rules
> >>  https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_CEE_Spring_2017/Timeline
> >>  https://www.facebook.com/WCEESpring/
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