dmcconachie wrote:Then stop with the pesky studying and get into papyrus!
Somehow I don't think that a degree in Waze map editing will look very good on my resume.
gettingthere wrote:The edits are there, just need the time
Lot's of work at the neighborhood level, in your area of San Diego, between 78 and 56, 5 and 15. I have been working in Rancho Santa Fe as time allows.
Very true. I tend to work on the neighborhoods a bit when I need a break from the "real" editing - still working my way up the 5. Just this morning I found an entire section of the 5 S that wasn't even mapped!