SA Wazers - Assemble!

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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby Neuk » Tue Jul 28, 2015 5:53 am

Hi all

I am a complete noob/amateur wazer but love using the app and contributing to live updates and adjusting maps where I can. I live in Johannesburg but travel regularly on business and pleasure, using Waze wherever I go. Looking forward to contributing more and more.

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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby LeighGr » Wed Apr 08, 2015 7:41 pm

My name is Leigh, and I'm a 'Waze'aholic. I've been addicted for almost three years. I am another country manager for South Africa, based in Cape Town.

We definitely have a need for more editors, as we need more eyes on the ground. I'm still horrified to find major cities with unmapped roads. Yesterday I found the north western parts of Kimberley largely untouched, and Streetview is either unavailable or it's very difficult to read street names.

I'm all for mentoring. For the new editors that disconnect as soon as I greet them in Chat, I promise I don't bite. I'm just trying to guide you to not making the basic mistakes we see all over.
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby KG_MissTaken » Wed Dec 28, 2016 5:31 am

Morning All

Any idea where I would start to actually becoming a waze map editor; the process of editing seems uncomplicated and i've been a waze user for +-2 Years. I have viewed all the video's and using the actual editor map, however that's as far as I've gotten - Location's often travelled (General East Rand Area).

Thanking you for any further assistance in the future.
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby kapilhello_1 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:56 am

Just wanna ask about editing the map, I want to add my complex in the Maps, getting into the details but still do not know how to do it in Waze map editor.
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby kapilhello_1 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:55 am

Hello Good day to everyone. I am a new joinee in this Wazer world.
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby htonl » Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:25 am

Hi folks,

Adrian here, from the southern suburbs of Cape Town. I'm new to Waze, but I'm a big contributor to OpenStreetMap so I have a lot of experience with the concepts of map editing.

Cheers!
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby elphix » Thu Nov 17, 2016 5:49 pm

Booyzen wrote:Hi Wazers
I am a complete noob wazer but love using the app and contributing to live updates and adjusting maps where I can. I live in Pretoria - North. I using Waze wherever I go. Looking forward to contributing more and more to update the map. :D

Booyzen


Seems like the North of PTA is a hotspot for editors. That's three so far!
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby elphix » Thu Apr 02, 2015 6:13 pm

Unholy wrote:Guys, don't be shy. We are all Wazers here.
Step forward and introduce yourselves :D


This made me chuckle... :mrgreen: The forums are quite these days - maybe the petrol price or e-tolls have put a shock into the system.

I'm Kyle - one of the South African Country Managers. Feel free to drop me a PM here on the forums. I'll generally get back to you within a day. I have to say I'm pleased to see a number of new editors around. As Ori said, don't be shy. If you have any questions we are here to help regardless how small the issue may seem.

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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby Electrozulu » Sun Jun 12, 2016 6:02 pm

Hi there,

My name is Kevin I run a electronics/ it company in Richards Bay, live in Empangeni. I got into Waze just over 3 years ago and became totally addicted. I like adding elements that give wazers queues while navigating such as rivers, parks and lakes etc.

Keep up the good work.
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Re: SA Wazers - Assemble!

Postby diepes » Sat Apr 11, 2015 5:36 am

Hi Pieter here,

I maped like crazy for a year and took a break.
After driving from JHB to Knysna, and finding some long distance routing problems on N12, i couldn't resist logging in again.

The news on the fuel stations and pricing on it's way to SA is great news.

Regards,
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