Let me know if this comes across as more helpful and understanding.
Alternative Incorrect Edits lead-in wrote:
This article reviews the most common editing mistakes in Waze. For those new to the [[Waze Map Editor]] (WME) it describes these mistakes and how easy it is for anyone starting out to make them. For advancing editors and Area Managers, it describes how best to respond to the mistakes when they are discovered. Finally, it discusses productive ways for new editors to contribute with minimal risk.
Incorrect edits are a natural part of Waze
Waze created the WME with the desire to attract as many editors as possible. To this end, the WME allows anyone to change the map quickly and easily without reading, training, practice, or tests.
Beneath the WME's attractive and welcoming exterior, however, lies cutting-edge technology. The WME provides expert tools that behave differently depending on minute and often invisible details. Under some conditions the WME behaves counterintuitively and trips up experts and beginners alike.
This situation guarantees that no editor will escape the WME unscathed. We all make mistakes, and lots of them.
This article discusses three categories of typical confusion: misunderstood principles, functional mistakes, and misunderstood conventions. Before discussing those, however, it's critical to bring up one kind of incorrect "edit" that is worse than all the others put together.
That is a lot better in my opinion.
Like I said before, I like the page and the content - I think it is very relevant. My only thought was maybe just a little more nuance with the presentation, like you just did.
I know I personally don't take, "You are wrong," nearly as well as I can handle, "I think you might be wrong..."
Subtle maybe; but just my thoughts.