AndyPoms wrote:We're trying to figure out where that came from in the Wiki (as it used to be the opposite)
jasonh300 wrote:Please report editors who do that sort of thing. Compliance with the Wiki guidelines is not optional
jasonh300 wrote:Well, I can knock out a portion of vectorspace's objections in one easy sentence: Private businesses are not to be mapped because Waze's business model is to sell advertising to businesses that want to be mapped.
This is not a matter for debate.
Those of us who have edited for a while have seen areas where nearly everything is/was marked as you think it should be.
daknife wrote:Okay but take a look at the when joined and post count of those of us saying NO. And compare it to yours. We are speaking from experience. I've seen areas like I described, I've looked at them in the client and they are worse than a map with no landmarks at all.
I've only been doing this for just over a year and I still feel myself a newbie compared to Jason, Bgoddette, Mapcat or Alan of the Berg. Andy's a Waze Champ but otherwise he's got the same experience level as I do, I beat him into Wazeland by three days.
We the users have no business marking any businesses. What seems like a good idea may actually be one, until it costs Waze the big advertising contract needed to keep the company and thus the app alive.
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