What is the problem you're trying to solve?
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We would like to add some attractivnesss factor to test idea if multichannel (emails, advertising in social media) approach combined with prizes could increase participation.of more professional photographers.and wider public.
What is your solution?
For the problem you identified in the previous section, briefly describe your how you would like to address this problem. We recognize that there are many ways to solve a problem. We’d like to understand why you chose this particular solution, and why you think it is worth pursuing. Remember to review the tutorial for tips on how to answer this question.
Due to seasonal outdoors change+school calendar activities for us Wiki Loves Monuments comes in rather unapropriate time. Therefore we would like to ad one more local competition running in late spring/early summer time. Also we would like to attract more - either professional users - or wider user groups. by ensuring advertising funds and attractive prizes.
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Goals are: - to increase participation of professional photographers, which could improve average quality of submitted photographs (also through example effect) - to increase participation of wider population, to systematically fill the gaps in Wikipedia content - settlements and cultural heritage objects all over slovenia without pictures and without any explanatory text besides bot generated
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- During your project, what will you do to achieve this goal? (These are your outputs.)
- Once your project is over, how will it continue to positively impact the Wikimedia community or projects? (These are your outcomes.)
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There will be two events/competition: - local Slovenian, focused on settlements without picture and cultural heritage database entries without or with lower quality picture that can be replaced by donation and without any or very limited description. For entry to be valid, also text with accompanying article has to be expanded by same user as it was contributing photo.for at least 2000 characters. - Wiki loves monuments, focused on cultural heritage as it used to be.
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Goals are: - at least 50 settlements or cultural heritage objects in Slovenia with new/ first ever photo - at least 20 new registered users. - at least 5 primary or secondary schools participating as school and targeting for school prize.
Tell us how you'll carry out your project. What will you and other organizers spend your time doing? What will you have done at the end of your project? How will you follow-up with people that are involved with your project?
- preparing project site and customized upload form
- e-mailing to schools database
- calling some selected schools with high potential (photo & design high school, church hiigh school, design faculty,...or some influental groups (photographers)
- design and implement advertising campaign
- providing .phone and on-line support
- organising project comitee and jury
- promoting results (traditional media, social media)
- encouraging atendees to continue contributing
- project group: members self nomination, community voting, members with highest votes numbers selected
How you will use the funds you are requesting? List bullet points for each expense. (You can create a table later if needed.) Don’t forget to include a total amount, and update this amount in the Probox at the top of your page too!
Summer competition: TAKE A SETTLEMENT AND MONUMENT PHOTO AND WIN 1.000 EUR! or for school: TAKE A MONUMENT PHOTO, WIN A GOOD PHONE AND TAKE A FRIEND PICTURE (1 piece phone per winning school/university) + 2 times visit object & portrait workshop, performed by Tina Ramujkič Cost breakdown: - advertising budget 150 EUR - 1 st prize 1.000 EUR - 2 nd prize 300 EUR - 3 rd prize 200 EUR For schools: - 1 x workshop 1.050 EUR (incl 2x travelling anywhere in Slovenia) - 1x phone 800 EUR Project group time compensation (as per agreement about division, which will be agreed later - 1000 EUR)
Wiki loves monuments: Cost breakdown: - advertising budget 150 EUR - 1 st prize 1.000 EUR - 2 nd prize 300 EUR - 3 rd prize 200 EUR For schools: - 1 x workshop 1.050 EUR (incl 2x travelling anywhere in Slovenia) - 1x phone 800 EUR Project group time compensation (as per agreement about division, which will be agreed later - 1000 EUR)
Community input and participation helps make projects successful. How will you let others in your community know about your project? Why are you targeting a specific audience? How will you engage the community you’re aiming to serve during your project?
Community participation will be asked through self nomination and later community voting for roles. All actions are more or less known to community, new role is only person that does PR and active calling role.
Please use this section to tell us more about who is working on this project. For each member of the team, please describe any project-related skills, experience, or other background you have that might help contribute to making this idea a success.
ModriDirkac: many years in sales and marketing, also public apperances
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