jasonh300 wrote:If that was somehow automatically created off of Google maps, there wouldn't have been any opportunity to get that many points.
jasonh300 wrote:What is that? A railroad?
jasonh300 wrote:It's a pave. That's why it interrupts when it crosses a real road. What is that? A railroad?
DimanZ1 wrote:Managed to find a few tracks from our champion on points wwwnnnado.
https://world.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&l ... TTTTTTTTFT
https://world.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&l ... =182408293
Other than the damage of this map can not be named. His rank editing 1. He probably did not even edit the map. But gets a day to 250000 points.
DimanZ1 wrote:I think he is flying on a plane and spoils map. Or has a poor GPS signal reception.
xteejx wrote:One save was one lot of points in cartouche? Didn't know that!
fvwazing wrote:Second: I do not KNOW if the quality of my editing is better. Given that I do not know the area where I am editing (apart from the mainstreets, maybe) local editors - even if they are newcomers - know details that no amount of research could bring to me.
fvwazing wrote:Third: even if I do a lot of things better than a newcomer I screw up parts of the map, regularly. Even if I am 99% right most of the time - I make dozens of errors per day. Fixing my own errors, coming back after a few weeks and collect the URs is an important part of the work.
Fourth: As there are more and more newcomers it is a growing effort to correct their errors - and give feedback to those newcomers, mentor them, make them better. Only that way they will stop doing it wrong, they will make less errors, they will start to correct each other. What is more effective: you, alone, battling against 100 newcomers or you and a handfull of dedicated editors helping the ones that are not that far? As long as an editor does it right MOST of the time the quality of the map improves.
fvwazing wrote:Fifth: This is a game. A game is not a battle. In a game it is important that all participants are happy. I cannot shrug and think it is okay if the majority of editors are unhappy. Remember, we need a LOT of editors.
Sixth: I do not really care how long a Wazer is wazing. After *some* time, after participating in the forum, most of the rules are known to them and they are partners.
fvwazing wrote:Most of all I find your opening remark ("that is how it is in real life, is not it?") hard to swallow. This may get personal, but if all your remarks reflect your stance in life it gives me the impression that you are a careerist, someone who measures the value of others (be it colleagues in your work or co-players in Waze) by the amount of wealth/points they collected. I myself try to see the opportunities, the chances, the potential in people.
To me, this shows that you are no champs-material, enhket.
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