So sorry for the delay getting back to you, I'm at the end of writing up my
PhD, and finding it hard to keep on top of everything.
It was just a bit of a random thought, as we only discovered by accident
that the link was broken. I'm sure if people were having difficulty they
would have tried to contact us. Unfortunately the turn out this year for
WLM in Ireland was lower than previous years, I suspect there is volunteer
and user burnout going on there.
On 30 September 2016 at 17:02, Romaine Wiki <romaine.w...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rebecca,
> What was the precise upload url you had on the site?
> If the url added a category or something else, I perhaps can check on that.
> 2016-09-28 22:45 GMT+02:00 Rebecca O'Neill <rebeccanin...@gmail.com>:
>> Hi all,
>> We've just realised that some of the upload links on our Irish WLM
>> website are broken, and we're not sure how long they have been like that.
>> Is there any way to search Wiki Commons for content uploaded from Ireland
>> over the past 3 weeks, to see if there are any users that we should contact
>> about photographs that should be included in WLM?
>> PhD candidate at the University of Hull - Media & Memory Research
>> Initiative <http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/mamri.aspx>
>> Deputy Chairperson of Wikimedia Community Ireland
>> Blogs rebecca-oneill.com and The Restless Curator
>> Wiki Loves Monuments mailing list
> Wiki Loves Monuments mailing list
PhD candidate at the University of Hull - Media & Memory Research Initiative
Deputy Chairperson of Wikimedia Community Ireland
Blogs rebecca-oneill.com and The Restless Curator
Wiki Loves Monuments mailing list