There was an attempt to deceive you on #wikimedia-commons, barra was trying to use some false information to try to stop you from re-uploading my image. Don't you believe that bull. 13:12, 14 November 2011 (UTC)
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Hello Edoderoo, I noticed your high score in the Ukraine challenge and was quite impressed. I've been working around 6 hours a day and only have about 300 points. What tools are you using to translate language and code for content, infoboxes, images, etc. and complete articles so quickly? What is your general work process? Thank you. Shari Garland (talk) 18:49, 6 March 2021 (UTC)
- For the embassies I used a template text, that I could fill in with the information from Wikidata and the website of the embassy (most had a section with history). That made like 15 minutes per embassy, eventually. For the people I didn't use any tool, I mostly write about women (for the gender gap projects), and start with all sources on WikiData, and create a short item that has many sources after all. A new item from the wishlist with a few sources can easily be 15-20 points, and it will take me about an hour to write that. It might be that your articles are of higher quality then mine, and/or that in your language there is less left from the wishlist. In that case you will indeed miss a lot of points, as new articles give a lot of bonus points. But I'm glad to see that after my start, a lot of people joined the contest, and made also impressive lists, so Wikimedia is the big winner after all, I hope. Edoderoo (talk) 19:16, 6 March 2021 (UTC)
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Ukraine's Cultural Diplomacy Month 2023: Invitation
After two successful campaigns, Wikimedia Ukraine, in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and Ukrainian Institute, decided to launch "Ukraine's Cultural Diplomacy Month" in the year 2023, which will last from 1st until 31st March. The campaign is dedicated to famous Ukrainian artists of cinema, music, literature, architecture, design, and cultural phenomena of Ukraine that are now part of world heritage.
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