krankyd wrote:• Remove the 'general error' update request type as they have no real value (we are implementing a process that will delete all general error update requests that are still open after 3 months. In the future we will remove this type all together)
krankyd wrote:• Roundabouts on Papyrus have a few bugs - for example, cannot delete a part of a roundabout. Also, missing the option to mark a bunch of segments and say 'this is a roundabout'.
• Be able to report toll roads, and time-based restrictions. (And make this option available for top users only).
dmcconachie wrote:I think "top users" should just be replaced with something along the lines of "experienced users".
Where there are points-based systems there will always be an element of elitism. I don't think it's a big problem or even prevalent in waze yet.
I absolutely think those that have demonstrated a long-term dedication to waze and show experience, knowledge, enthusiasm should definitely be given more access and rights - if for no other reason than it takes some of the strain off the shoulders of the support guys.
That's not to say that a brand new user shouldn't be able to do anything. I think the 1-mile radius is certainly enough to start with, could it be expanded later on? Potentially (rank 1?). But I think that most users looking for more access rights will venture here and learn about becoming an Area Manager. I've see enough of my work changed for the worse to know that letting a user who has no want to join this side of the community is not necessarily the right way to go.
Give an option to block users from adding any new cities
Highway shields for European highways
argus-cronos wrote:Give an option to block users from adding any new cities
How is that meant? I think only if there is allready an existing one?
TonyG-UK wrote:It appears to me that there has been a language pattern change on the forums in recent weeks that points towards things going the wrong way in this regard, so I'm drawing a line in the sand now to bring it to attention.
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