HavanaDay wrote:I do like the idea of a google doc. It was my first inclination of how to set it up.
Andy your wiki looks good as well. Have you had much success with others editing it though and keeping it up to date. I think a Google Doc is the way to go with permissions and such. It just seems to make things more fluid and easier than a wiki page could be. One benefit I can see is that there is no owner of the wiki page which is why I was considering it.
AnotherHiggins wrote:I poked around the wiki a bit. So I wouldn't be able to edit a page until I have another 69 - make that 68 after this - posts on the forums?
Well that sucks.
I have used the forums quite a bit, but I'm the type to search well before posting.
Have at it, many others have used it as a base for their state pages.Also, do you care that I use your main page as a guide for North Carolina?
link?AnotherHiggins wrote:I poked around and found a page that listed criteria you should meet before editing the wiki, and 100 forum posts was listed.
You are a very experienced Wazer?
Editing Waze maps is easy. But before you start contributing to the Waze Wiki it is recommendable to have a very good understanding and experience of Waze and its forums, because some details of Waze only can be understood if you have a very good Waze knowledge.
If you are a very experienced Wazer who's Dashboard shows more than 25000 map updates AND driven 2500 km (1500 miles) with Waze AND 60000 Waze Points AND 100 Forum Posts, then your help is very welcome to make the Waze Wiki better.
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