DragonDon wrote:I don't think just putting the most hours in means you should get most points, really. That's a truly flawed thinking!
As I repeatedly said, it's a matter of LIFESTYLE more than anything. Some people's lifestyle wish to rather spent it on socialing activities, or adventures outdoors than spending time on a computer editing maps.
If an Olympic athlete wants to achieve the metal round, don't they have to put in the time and effort training and building up for that? I am not saying editing is the only source of contribution, but your comment that a person's lifestyle permitting major contributions to Waze should not be taken into account seems flawed to me.
Time and effort that is given to Waze to make it better should be some gauge of contribution and therefore points. Time is money. All the time spent by editors has a dollar value. If Waze was spending their cash to get people to do all this effort, how much would they pay each activity? I don't have the answer, but I'm just pointing out the differences.