akpolarbee wrote: I'm more concerned with the airport across town where there ARE some roads that tie into the taxiway/runway system.
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=6&lat ... TTTTTTTTTT
shawndoc wrote:Vent: Just had a user close as 'solved' over 150 UR's that I had outstanding comments on in under 45 minutes. Who knows how many more that I didn't have comments on he closed as well...
Notice anything missing? The entire city should look like that section on the right hand side. The desolation continues south through Long Beach.
Riamus wrote:With the current Wiki on conversations, you wouldn't just leave it open forever even if it has conversations. If the conversation is dead - nothing within a long time - then unless you can find a solution, you can close it... though I would still suggest talking to the editor having the conversation first just in case they have a reason to keep it open. I don't really see any more of an issue with that than with the old method. Only now, we can easily solve many problems that were unsolvable in the past.
When I started editing in early 2012 I was finding UR's dating back to 2009, city maps were nearly solid UR's. Las Vegas was a sea of UR's when I got CM status and visited there the first time. There were plenty of GPS tracks down the interstate through the city but very few off the freeway within the city. There were so many UR's I had to work zoomed in so they wouldn't bog my system down as it tried to plot them all. But I started just clearing the UR's(making fixes when I could easily see the needed fix), and basic directionality clean-up. Within a few weeks GPS tracks were popping up in the cleaned up areas and local editors started working on it as well. But it was a mess, so much that I think others had tried to work on it before me and just got discouraged. I spent the time, I did the same in my own state and throughout the mountain west.iainhouse wrote:When I first became a CM, we had some URs in out-of-the-way areas that were over a year old.
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