Again in 2017 Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) has been a top ranking project community initiative in terms of attention raised. Here are further stats on that contest. The charts follow the layout of earlier years. The data have been aggregated … Continue reading
The pages on Wikimedia Commons which list the winners of the yearly contests  contain a feature ‘Watch as Slideshow!’. Works great. However, wouldn’t it be nice if you could also show these images offline (outside a browser), annotated … Continue reading
In 2016 Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) has been a top ranking project community initiative in terms of attention raised. Here are further stats on that contest. The charts follow the layout used in this blog in earlier years, but the … Continue reading
Here are results of Wiki Loves Monument (WLM) 2014 contest. Some charts are about image uploads. Some about image uploaders, also known as contributors. Countries With 41 participating countries, 11 less than in 2013, that is again an awesome achievement. … Continue reading
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ere are some charts on the breakdown by country of contributions and contributors to Wiki Loves Monuments 2013. Better late than never. I meant to publish this together with retention stats, but those are still in the pipeline, and may … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, at the Amsterdam Hackaton, Lodewijk Gelauff (aka Effeietsanders) asked me to look into the Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) data and provide a list of images, who uploaded them, when, and for which country. Primary goal: to … Continue reading