At 10:23 -0800 11/1/09, AndrewRT wrote:
>On Jan 10, 10:56 am, Gordon Joly <> wrote:
>>  How does that sound? Complicated...
>Can you suggest any ways of making it simpler?
>  > ...and the competitor cannot control
>>  "stage 2". So it is no longer a scavenger hunt at that stage,
>Yes, I spoke to Pharos about this previously - he though it would be
>best to keep the competition restricted to stage 1. Stage 2 is still
>important of course otherwise wikipedia doesn't get to benefit from
>the photos and everyone is welcome to join in!
>>  there
>>  may be wrangling... if the other parties don't like the images (not
>>  the judges).
>Yes - that's the main reason why Pharos thought it best not to have
>the competetion at this stage.
>>  And I thought that this was a team competition.
>>  "Shoot on your own or create a small team (10 people, tops) and
>>  sign-up online (posted soon)."
>Yes I forgot that bit, you can also do it in a team if you prefer.
>>  Is the V & A competition a solo effort?
>No. It's a bit complicated and personally I feel like I'm being pulled
>in all directions! The project is being organised by the Brooklyn
>Museum in New York, who have asked other museums to get involved.
>Pharos is coordinating the wikipedia side in New York and globally;
>the V&A are organising (although I'm not sure exactly what at this
>stage) the London launch event on 1st Feb and my job is to advertise
>the London event among the WP community and get as many people along
>as possible!
>Points will be added up and prizes given to the different teams who
>participate at the different museums.
>Hope that's a little clearer!

Yes, loads. Good luck.


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