Привествую, коллеги!
По существу:
А) Нужно создать локальное жюри, хотя бы 3 человека, немного
разбирающиеся в научности и фотографиях.
Б) Призовой вопрос -  спонсора  нет, похоже ВМ.РУ
предстоит выделить по 4 000 рублей на каждого из победителя в 5-ти
номинациях. 20 000 рублей сумма не критичная. Ну, или до 30 октября нужно
найти спонсора.
В) ЭТО САМОЕ ВЫЖНО. Нужно создать большую красную кнопку "нажмите
здесь, чтобы загрузить    фотографии" на странице конкурса. А так же разместить 
линк на загрузку на коммонс (в шаблоне загрузки необходимо добавить возможность 
выбора загружающим конкретной номинации конкурса, как это сделано у украинских 
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:UploadWizard?campaign=espc-ua ).
Основная страница конкурса будет на ВМ.РУ и уже создана  
Доработки страницы только приветствуются.   Можно сделать анонс на главной 
странице наше
Г)На коммонс страница конкурса готова на 90% - оставшееся
дело времени. 

>Воскресенье, 18 октября 2015, 13:07 +03:00 от Stanislav Kozlovskiy 
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From:  Ivo Kruusamägi < ivo.kruusam...@gmail.com >
>Date: 2015-10-16 3:42 GMT+03:00
>Subject: [WMCEE-l] European Science Photo Competition 2015 [must read!]
>To: A list for Wikimedians from Central and Eastern Europe < 
>wmce...@tools.wikimedia.pl >
>Hi everyone!
>Some Q&A round about soon to come  European Science Photo Comp .
>1) Are you still looking for local teams? Yes we are!
>Someone should carry out the sub-competitions and organize sufficient 
>promotion. You can all ask around on if your country has a person (or more) 
>for this. Or step up yourself. Minimum goal is just to set up a local jury who 
>would take care of the image selection process.
>2) May we skip this year? No way that's gonna happen.
>There isn't any good reason to repeat this competition next year. What's the 
>point of even setting up prizes if there would be two half-held competitions? 
>Better to have one and do it big. This isn't WLM. The rate of new good images 
>emerging yearly in this field also isn't that high. So: everyone will 
>participate. Only difference is if you will participate actively or in a 
>default mode. 
>3) Is there a time to do promotion? Yes there is.
>We are mainly aiming for images that are already there. That's why there isn't 
>even a need to start the promotion before November (but it clearly doesn't do 
>harm to start early). We want people to upload what they have and encourage 
>them to take more images in the future.
>4) But we don't have money /time to ask stuff from WMF? Well, you don't need 
>It's a competition. Sponsors should be the ones paying for this stuff and not 
>you. If you haven't learned that out by now, then this is the chance. There 
>are plenty of organizations and companies who are willing to give prizes 
>and/or money. Just go and ask.
>5) What information is needed about local competition?
>Local competition subpages should be set up with the information about who are 
>the local jury members, what (special) prizes will be given out and who to 
>contact with problems or information. Rest of the information is already 
>present in the international competition page. NB! Don't forget to add the big 
>red button named "Press here to upload your photos".
>6) How should we set up the jury?
>I'd recommend to include at least  one professional photographer, a science 
>journalist, a wikipedian who is competent in photo related stuff and some 
>scientists in from different fields who know a bit about photography.
>It isn't going to be problem if some images presented to the competition will 
>be from topics unknown to jury members. Description should be the thing that 
>makes it clear how special it is or isn't and jury still needs to find images 
>that are visually stunning and have some wow-effect related to them (this is a 
>photo competition you know!). It is just the same in nature photo competition: 
>no-one cares on how difficult it was to make that image (only the author knows 
>that anyway). Question is about what story this image has for the audience.
>7) What is the expected outcome of the competition?
>I would expect the total number of submission somewhere around 30k (but the 
>numbers per country would of course differ substantially and the end number 
>would be greatly dependent on what counties would have local 
>organization/promotion groups and which ones would not).
>This is an excellent event to get some media attention, so please use it! I'd 
>also expect that this would help to set up some cooperation with local 
>organizations, get some good contacts with companies who are willing to 
>sponsor Wikipedia-related activities and speed up some university cooperation.
>As a conclusion. We are perfectly positioned to carry out huge low cost 
>photographic events. European Science Photo Competition could be just like 
>that. So, do some promotion and set up a local jury. Already that would make 
>ESPC the biggest science photo competition ever held. Help us to reach for the 
>With regards
>Ivo Kruusamägi
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