Sun Apr 17, 2016 9:29 am
Link 'Social networking' not working or broken
Wed Apr 27, 2016 5:19 pm
Singapore and Vietnam flag icon failes are missing.https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Map_editing
Thu Jul 09, 2015 10:57 pm
On the talk page
there is a link to the forum thread to discuss changes on the page.
Is that SOP, to have a link to the thread on the talk page?
I've always heard (and so never looked) that the talk page was not used. If it's not SOP, I think it would be a good one.
Sun Feb 21, 2016 10:23 am
This page would have been a very sound basis for a Global page providing global guidance in editing rest areas and I've marked up as Global for that reason, one year ago, with a totaly different vision of what should be a Global Wiki than we try to have today.
But considering the uncertain direction of the Global wiki about Global guidance and considering that our US fellows don't have to wait for the Global team to update a page that is, obviously, THEIR page, I can only agree with this proposition to demote the rest area page.
Sun Apr 17, 2016 12:02 pm
This is identified. The page has been altered by a hack attempt a few days ago. We are awaiting the green light from the Staff (Wiki Staff admin team) to revert this and restore the right page.
Mon Apr 18, 2016 12:50 pm
Just to keep you up-to-date.
I've restored the page and reverted the gibberish pages created by this hack attempt.
Everything should be right now. If not, do not hesitate to report it (here or to your local Wiki Master)
Tue Sep 08, 2015 2:36 pm
Additional clarity has emerged (for me, at least) regarding criteria for inclusion in the Global vs. Local Wiki. If I understand correctly, the editing community prefers the Global Wiki to focus on the technical aspects of editing in WME, and not
guidelines or questions of best practice.
Given this, it seems terrifically clear to me that Places/Parking lot
should not be in the Global Wiki. It contains no technical information whatsoever! It simply provides the US perspective on where and where not to use the Parking Lot Place.
I would like to propose that this article be removed from consideration for the Global Wiki and be established as a USA-only article.
Wed Sep 09, 2015 2:10 pm
I would like to see Waze's cooperation in formulating, or at least "blessing", some fundamental global application guidelines. Guidelines thus blessed should, I think, have a place in the Global Wiki.
Without Waze's involvement, user-submitted application guidelines are just opinions based on experience and preference, not on any direct knowledge of intent or future plans. While I may agree with those opinions, I have no standing to tell anyone else to agree with them. It has been hard enough finding consensus on some things within the US. I suspect it would be far more difficult to do so internationally.
Getting Waze engaged is the only way I see to establishing some limited set of global application guidelines. Otherwise I feel reluctantly forced to agree that the Global Wiki should be devoid of anything but technical information.
Sun Sep 27, 2015 4:19 pm
Shall I take it as agreed by the Global Wiki Moderator community that Places/Parking lot
can be removed from the Global Wiki?
This page contains no technical information. It only describes conventions on appropriate uses of the "Parking Lot" Place type. My understanding is that, since every country should be as free as possible to come up with its own conventions, such guidance has no place in the Global Wiki.
(That is, unless Waze itself wishes to offer conventions. Apple did something like that when it issued its Human Interface Guidelines for those writing software for Apple computers. These Guidelines led directly to a more uniform user experience. However, I'm not aware Waze has offered any such guidelines, or that it has any interest in promoting a uniform user experience from one region to another at the expense of regional autonomy.)
Sun Sep 27, 2015 9:57 pm
I would be glad to see a set of global mapping conventions adopted. This would benefit app users by providing a more uniform experience. The question in my mind is whether Waze will review or endorse any of the guidelines that come out of such a process. If not, and we are on our own, then I agree with petervdveen that finding global agreement may be very difficult indeed. Perhaps even impossible.
Maybe we can decide to pursue the idea of global mapping conventions/recommendations in the future, but make the Parking Lot wiki article US-only in the meantime?
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