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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 9:25 am

Kamicazze wrote:Als eigenlijk maar zéér recente Waze gebruiker en editor is het misschien nog wat vroeg om mij al kandidaat te stellen als Area Manager. Maar toch wil ik het er wel op wagen. Eerst en vooral de zones die ik bijna op m'n duimpje ken: 3018 en 3012. Beginnend als AM2 of AM3 dan wel.


Als je de zone op je duimpje kent, en als ik ze bekijk, zijn ze voor jou véél korterbij dan voor mij... zie ik jou eerder als een am1 -- ik sta er momenteel als am3 (zie mij maar als reserve of back-up, of aanspreekpersoon als je een hoger level persoon nodig hebt) zet ik je op am1?
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 2:17 pm

parfait !

Je l'ai inscrit comme AM1 pour Evere

Aussi d'autres parts des Bruxelles ??
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 3:08 pm

@MoodZy: I have inscribed you as AM2 in this gdrive-spreadsheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc ... 4b2c#gid=0)

This thingy is more about actual managing an area : keeping the map correct, checking for roadclosures due to roadworks and events

It's a bit confusing because Waze uses the same names for editors - Ours is an attempt to coördinate the area-management in Belgium (or make a start with it) - knowing that someone keeps an eye at a certain area, knowing who to contact if you have questions, ... there are 3 columns because we don't expect someone to do it alone! The AM1 is probably really common with the actual road-situation - AM2 a bit less and AM3 is a reserve AM
(I can't say I come regularly in Limburg, but none of the lvl 4+ is (at this moment), ...but i've studied there, have family and friends in that area, so... I won't make a detour to check a renewed situation in Limburg, but I can commit to scan for roadworks and events in Limburg)

MoodZy, added you as AM2 for Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert/Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 4:09 pm

steveningelbrecht wrote:But if you want to become level 3, you should have enough expertise and knowledge about how things work... :-)


and by becoming area manager as a level 1 or 2 editor, you are not alone in 'managing' your area, someone is watching your work, helping, following your progress, you show some commitment, you are much closer in communication with the community and the other editors, which might provoke a promotion :o :shock: :lol: ;)
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:46 pm

nirvuad wrote:... as AM 3, I live in Romsée (part of Fléron)


imported, but for Romsée I made you AM1 (you can't be much closer to the info, unless you also work at the city hall)
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:47 pm

MoodZy wrote: Let's take this as a test.
comprendo
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Sun Aug 24, 2014 5:59 pm

Eric_AceOfSpades wrote:I can help for
Seraing 4100
Jemeppe 4101 ;-)


OK, noted as an AM-1 ;)
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby annickdw » Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:51 pm

NicoHades wrote:Hey all,

I can help if still needed in the following Area as AM2 or AM3 as I'm driving very frequently there (large area, not just passing by a street ;)):
1030
1040
1050
1080
1081
1082
1083
1090
1140
1150
1160
1170 (living there just near 1050)
1180
1200

Even if there is nobody (or nobody that have info "closer" than me) for 1050 & 1170, I can do it as AM1 as I receive most of infos by mail as I'm living on 1170 but just near 1050 in a boundary neighborhood...

Nico


OK Nico, added you as am2 (if possible) otherwise as am3
in area 1050 I had no option left, only am1 (but you live nearby, so I made you am1 there :p) also 1170 as am1 -- living nearby is good enough for me ;) (you do have the advantage of receiving info by mail as inhabitant, so :D that's perfect)

other am's in the area are Acidoxy and LCaliari (and MoodZy in 1200)

THANKS for the help - Brussels isn't easy if you're not a local !!
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby ArnePeirs » Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:53 am

Hallo,

Ik ben nog niet lang actief op waze maar heb al redelijk wat edits gedaan in mijn gemeente.
Ik ben woonachtig te Zulte (9870) en kom vaak in Wielsbeke (8710) en Waregem (8790).
Ik ga naar gemeente vergaderingen en zit in het comité dat alle evenementen organiseert
Dus als er voor die regio nog iemand (extra) gezocht word laat maar weten.
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Re: "Area Managers" Belgium

Postby Asfaltspecialist » Mon Sep 08, 2014 2:20 pm

Ik had graag AM1 geweest voor regio Deinze en Nevele.

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