[WMCEE-l] CEE Spring - schedule
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Sun Mar 8 19:29:35 CET 2015
Thanks, Tomasz. That's a good idea about timeframe. Another point of view
is about making timeframe not about the states, but about topics. We have
11 topics and if we divide whole time in 11, it will be approximately one
topic per week.
The advantage of proposed system is that there will be created articles
about all topics (no one topic will be forgotten). In addition to that, we
are not limited only with articles about states which provided proposed
lists (f.e. Georgia, Lithuania or Cyprus have not provided proposed list of
articles and due to the dividing into states, we will avoid them). Also
f.e. Albanians or Armenians are not limited at the first week with only one
state (and so on with others in next weeks).
The possible disadvantages can be that some topics can be not interesting
or some states can be less represented.
On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 8:11 PM, Tomasz Ganicz <polimerek ���� gmail.com> wrote:
> As the idea is to start CEE Spring on March 21 - it is very high time to
> decide about the schedule if we are about to coordinate local contests.
> It seems that at the moment we have 13 countries which provided almost
> finished lists of articles and 14 Wikipedias where local CEE Spring pages
> have been created. I can assume that maybe 2-3 more countries will join -
> so we may have roughly 15-17 local contest. Two weeks of March + April +
> May = 10 weeks, so it seems that we have 2 countries/Wikipedias per week.
> As the original idea was to coordinate weeks - I suggest to do it in
> alphabetic order. So, I created possible schedule:
> which has actually 6 vacancies.
> Any other ideas?
> Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz
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