Fredo-p wrote:davielde wrote:Went the wrong way trying to get across the border?
Into the ocean?
dmcrandall wrote:Maybe the same guy from the bay in Brooklyn? Trying to come ashore after his trip around the horn?davielde wrote:Went the wrong way trying to get across the border?
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jasonh300 wrote:razor2k wrote:Most editor's know if they're leaving a UR as a reminder for themselves, they will mark it as such in the description so it won't be confused with a report from a user.
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Also, they'll get an e-mail with their cryptic message and a permalink. The only thing they'll be missing is their track.
However, it would be a nice feature if that track was visible when clicking on that link, even after the UR is closed.
txemt wrote:fvwazing wrote:Solution could be to make the UR visible only to the originator for a few days, then to make it visible to higher level editors, and only after that to the general public.
If I'm leaving a note, I always put "txemt" that way people know either to stay away from it, or that I'm directing them to something very specific. Two nights ago, I put a UR down that said "delete rest area--txemt" so if anyone saw it, they'd know to delete the rest area, but 2 weeks ago, I put down "investigate--txemt" meaning that I knew something was up, but couldn't explain it, so when anyone saw the UR, they'd leave it for me, and when I saw it, it would trigger my memory as to why I made such UR.
txemt wrote:Tell them privately to keep away.
txemt wrote:I understand you may want to edit the map, but I am leaving notes for myself on the editor, so I may go back and fix the editor to better serve those who use it. While I understand your eagerness to edit the map, you are actually hindering the process by deleting my notes. I ask kindly that you refrain from deleting my notes on the editor. Thank you, Davipt.
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