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Re: Some questions

PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:17 am
by Asfalemeso
In Republic of Cyprus (greek, or "South") most do speak English. Out of 800k inhabitants, 20% are foreigners. Yearly tourist arrivals are in excess of 3m.

The road signs and street name plates have both Greek and Latin names/letters.

As discussed in forum, there is a file from Cyprus Post with "Greeklish" street names: [Updated] 2017.09.30_Post Code Directory.xlsx (English)
It's something in between greek names and a Waze latin interface, the best of both worlds: a local would effortlessly write in latin, a foreigner or tourist would easily read and type the names.

Hope it helps.

Some questions

PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:29 am
by mousepl
I'm Marcin, GC from Poland. I'm editing in Cyprus since 2 days (mostly routing problems) because map is in not very good condition.
I'm a little bit confused, because i can't find any info how to edit the map. On your's Wiki page is an instruction linked to UK Wiki page. I know that you are using greek language, but 99% of city and street names are in english.
Can anybody send me any info or suggestions how to edit the map and where can i help you to improve the map at the beginning? Thanks!

PS. If somebody want to unlock some roads or places just let me know!