mapcat wrote:Posted a slight revision to Ohio mapping conventions. Is it any closer to being something we can run with?
crazycomputingdotnet wrote:I have been pretty liberal in killing landmarks in my areas as well. I wish the gas stations were a hidden landmark because there can be a lot of them bunched together especially on busy roads/intersections. The only ones I usually keep are ones that I think would provide a service to the user to be there like hospitals, sports stadiums, airports, museums, or (major) tourist attractions. Something that isn't usually classified as a business and is generally not something that a Wazer would go to that often. There are only a couple of parking lot landmarks that I will keep, and those are usually those at airports so someone who doesn't go to an airport that often would know where the parking is and what type of lot it is (short term, long term, ect).
I thought we discussed at the meetup that the landmarks need to be cleaned up, or was that just on the 30 page list that was given to Waze?
jasonh300 wrote:robc007 wrote:All the other threads and docs I've read about parking lots say that adding a parking lot is the correct way to fix routing errors on the map when it shows someone turning off the road. And I've been following those instructions. Why in this one thread is everyone going against the documented instructions?
Parking lot landmarks? Where is there documented instructions anywhere about using parking lot landmarks to correct routing errors?
robc007 wrote:These videos were shown as required viewing the first time I looked at the editor:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... YGM&t=205s
I've linked to the part that shows adding a landmark as the best practice.
I've also read this in many places on the website. You might try Googling it.
AndyPoms wrote:Those videos are dated April 2012 & they show the old version of the editor. A lot has changed since then.
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