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Welcome to the participant's survey for Wiki Loves Public Art 2013!
The goal of this survey is to gather statistics about people who participated in Wiki Loves Public Art, their motivations for doing so, and their opinions on the way that the competition was organized. Our goal is to use this information to improve your experience with Wiki Loves Public Art, and to make the next edition of the contest even friendlier, easier, and more fun to participate in!
We will use your answers in this survey to create anonymized statistics, and will not be using, sharing or making public any personally identifiable data under any circumstances.
It takes about 5 minutes to fill out this survey, and we thank you in advance for taking the time to do so. Please note that none of the questions are obligatory, and you can refrain from answering them if you wish to.
International coordinator for Wiki Loves Public Art
1. What country do you live in?
2. In what year were you born?
I prefer not to disclose it
3. What is your gender?
Other / I prefer not to disclose
4. Have you ever edited Wikipedia/Wikimedia before participating in Wiki Loves Public Art?
Yes, I have been editing from time to time (less than five edits per month).
Yes, I have been a regular contributor (more than five edits per month).
No, I have never tried doing that before participating in Wiki Loves Public Art.
5. How did you find out about Wiki Loves Public Art?
Select all that apply.
Through the banners on Wikipedia or other Wikimedia projects.
Through an information in the Village pump or at a community noticeboard.
Through social media (Facebook, Google+, Twitter…).
Through news media (on-line or printed).
Somebody I know told me about the competition.
6. Which countries did you upload pictures from?
7. When were most of your submissions for 2013 taken?
I took most of the pictures in May 2013.
I took the pictures between January and April 2013.
I took the pictures between 2000 and 2012.
I took the pictures before 2000.
8. My main motivation for submitting a photo for Wiki Loves Public Art 2013 was:
To win a prize
To help Wikipedia
To discover local art
To share my local art with other people
It was easy enough, so I thought why not?
9. How hard it was for you to find general information about the competition?
10. How hard was it for you to find lists of artworks for the areas you were interested in?
11. How hard was it for you to find the artwork identifier number for artworks you were interested in?
12. How hard was it for you to upload a picture for Wiki Loves Public Art 2013
13. Were there any obstacles which made it harder for you or your friends to participate? If you wish, you can elaborate in detail, but also leave it empty
14. I am likely to participate in Wiki Loves Public Art again next year if organized in my country:
15. I would recommend participating in Wiki Loves Public Art to my friends:
16. I am now more likely to correct mistakes or add content to Wikipedia:
17. What did you think of the idea of a photo competition focused on Public Art?
You can leave this field empty.
18. Please write down any further comments or suggestions about Wiki Loves Public Art:
19. If you are OK with us contacting you again in the future then please indicate this below:
I'm OK with being contacted about this survey.
I would like to receive future announcements about Wiki Loves Public Art or other photo contests.
I would like to participate in the organization of Wiki Loves Public Art or other photo contests in the future - please let me know if I can help.
I'm interested in participating in cooperation projects with local memory institutions (libraries, archives, museums) - please let me know if I can help.
I'm interested in meeting other Wikipedians/Wikimedians - please let me know when a meetup takes place in my area (indicate your place of living below).
I'm interested in learning how to edit Wikipedia and/or to contribute to Wikimedia Commons - please let me know when introductory courses take place in my area (indicate your place of living below).
I'm familiar with Wikipedia and/or Wikimedia Commons and would like to teach others how to contribute (indicate your place of living below).
If you have ticked either of the above then please leave your username and/or e-mail address below. Indicate your city of residence if you are interested in real-life meetups or courses in your area.
We will forward your responses to question 19 along with your contact details to your national chapter and/or the organizers of Wiki Loves Public Art in your country. The responses to the other questions will be treated independently from your contact details in order to ensure the anonymity of the survey.
Username: You can leave this field empty.
E-mail address: You can leave this field empty.
Postal code: You can leave this field empty.
City: You can leave this field empty.