[Script] WME Stroopwafel
Welcome to WME Stroopwafel (1.6)
Do you ever find yourself visiting the same spot you just edited?
Do you ever think: I wish there was a more structured way to edit a larger area?
Do you ever wonder during a mapraid: did we get the whole area?
Do you ever want to know if this new feature (hello Lane Guidance!) was applied everywhere?
Stroopwafel can be your solution.What does it do? It places a grid on the map. You fill the grid with data about what you checked or edited.
In the Stroopwafel tab you can tick the aspect(s) you want to view or edit in a cell or cells. This data is stored in a central database. This way you can collaborate in indicating where the map was updated, or work through an area in a more structured way.
●Satellite images aligned with GPS tracks
Make sure the satellite images are aligned with the GPS tracks. If necessary, use an aerial shifter like in Fix UI
Was every road in the cell drawn (according to GPS tracks)?
Were all streetnames applied to the roads in the cell, according to official sources?
Are the names of the cities applied to all relevant roads?
Does every road have a speedlimit? If unknown, fill with a relevant speedlimit.
Area places should be drawn because they can be used as reference point.
Water and Forests are relevant as reference point.
Did every building in the cell get a house number?
Did you check every road in the cell to see if it needs LG?
Is the cell complete regarding camera’s and RRC’s?
Did you check every road in the cell to see if it needs a Road Shield?
Did every mH/MH/FW exit in the cell get an Exit Sign?
Have you checked the junctions in the cell to see if it can be improved by using a JB?
Reverse Connections/Dead-End Loops/Unterminated Roads/Unconfirmed Turns/Expired Restrictions
Only check this aspect if there is none of the above aspects in the cell. With this aspect ticked, none of the other aspects can be used. The cell will turn blank in every view.
Which data is stored? Together with the above aspects we log the name of the last editor, the date and the time.
Because there is a central database, we want to avoid abuse. We have taken a three step approach to achieve this.
1.We authorize every user. After installing the script, you can ask for your unique key. The key will be sent to you in the Waze forum by wmestroopwafel. You can enter that key in every instance of WME you use. We will send your key only once. If you lose your key you will need to contact wmestroopwafel. Do not share your key.
2.The amount of cells you can edit within a certain timeframe will be throttled.
3.This is not a contest. Do not mark cells done if you did not do the work.
What do we have planned?
Your own local database with cells you want to monitor. With a click on the button you can check which cells have changed since you saved them.
●Cells To Do.
You can mark a cell as To Do if you know it needs work, but you can’t do that right now. Let’s say there is a closure and you know you need to edit that segment once the closure is gone. Or you see some structure that needs editing, but you also have to walk the dog and run for groceries. Just mark it To Do and visit it later. These tiles are also stored in your local database, so these are not shared.
Who made this script?
The script was written by mewsa on an idea by GerardterBeke.
What is stroopwafel?
It is the best cookie in existence.
Why the name stroopwafel?
It refers to the Dutch origin of the script, and if you Google a picture of a stroopwafel you can easily see the similarities. Did we already mention it’s just an awesome cookie?
Now you may ask yourself: 'How do I work this'
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/ ... ayms=10000
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