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Thank you for your participation in the WikiGap Challenge!
Now, we have finalized the results from the WikiGap Challenge. You can find the general and top results here. I want to thank you for your contribution, which together with the other participants have created a tremendous and long lasting impact for the visibility of women on Wikipedia.
We want to give you a barnstar for your participation, to praise your efforts for a better visibility of women on Wikipedia!
We will analyze the challenge and the way it works closely, to see how we can improve it for next year. It would be very valuable for us if you wanted to share your views on the challenge, especially when it comes to: the point system, the focus, and the adding of the list from UN Human Rights. You can send your answers to email@example.com!
I hope you found the challenge exciting, and that you want to participate next year as well!
A big thank you for organizing #WikiForHumanRights! And please give us feedback!
Both UN Human Rights and the WMF team are really grateful. Initial data suggests that this year we doubled the volume of content created and grew the campaign in languages and geographies. This kind of activation only works when we have local-organizers doing targeted outreach to their communities.
We are still learning how to organize this campaign, would like your feedback. Please fill out this survey at: this google form.
We will use the summary of findings and recommendations from the survey for the report on the campaign and for designing next year’s campaign. Our hope is to support more decentralized events, potentially with less experienced organizers -- so we need your help understanding what worked, what didn’t and what kinds of preparation we need to help communities with next year.
Please note that the collected information in this survey will be treated as in WikiForHumanRights Organizer Feedback Privacy Statement.--MBakni (WMF) (talk) 19:17, 15 June 2021 (UTC)
Many thanks for participating in the maiden edition of Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos in 2020.
We are glad to inform you that the 2021 edition starts today (1st of July). You are invited to participate in the campaign again this year to help improve the quality of Wikipedia articles with photos. For more information, please visit the campaign page here.
If you have any questions or query please feel free to contact anyone from the Organizing Team of WPWP Campaign.
Wiki Loves Africa 2021-WPWP campaign prize categories
We are glad to inform you and your community about the Wiki Loves Africa 2021-WPWP campaign prize categories.
Every year, thousands of images are uploaded to Wikimedia Commons database as part of the Wiki Loves Africa photo contest.
Most of these images end up on...let's say English Wikipedia, but we believe it would be great to use these same images in the equivalent articles in different languages!
So this year, we invite you to take some time to use Wiki Loves Africa images to illustrate Wikipedia articles in various languages. And there are prizes for the most involved!
1st prize - US $100 gift card 1st to 3rd prizes – WLA souvenirs (if the post office is more efficient than it has been in the recent 18 months...)
All Wiki Loves Africa years are eligible (All pictures are available here ... BUT the first prize will consider edits made to any language except English and French.
To be eligible:
1. you must add #WLA as a hashtag to your edit (as well as #WPWP) 2. you must have registered your account before January 2021 3. you must have made at least 300 mainspace edits to any language Wikipedia before 1st June 2021.
To get more information and also see suggested images for improving various language wikis, please click  .
Ensure the WPWP campaign guidelines are followed too  .
On a side note, we are interested in knowing how many events your community held for Wiki Loves Africa 2021, both online and offline.
#WPWPCampaign2021: Learning and evaluation
Many thanks for participating in the WPWP campaign.
We are glad about the level of participation, this year and we are excited to inform you that over 900 volunteers around the world added photos to more than 250,000 articles in 298 languages Wikipedia. This year, we surpassed the 2020 edition's milestone by over 170%.
We are in the process of evaluating the WPWP campaign this year and we need your help. We'd love to get your feedback. Your feedback will allow us to better meet your expectations for the campaign in the next editions.
Please complete a brief survey so that we may learn about your participation in the campaign, strengths, challenges and your expectations. This information will enable us to improve the next editions of the Campaign.
Follow this link to the Survey:
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: