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Post by CTCNetwork
Hi,

So I'll be leaving the Waze UK fold soon...... Don't all cry/laugh at once!

I will be off to Belgium to start afresh! And to harass the poor ol' Belgians on their editing habits!!! :-D

See you folks about... :)

Des. . . ;)
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Post by iainhouse
Have fun, Des. :D
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Post by PastaFasta
The beer is good but they drive on the wrong side over there. All the best!
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Post by NorfolkMustard
Cheers Des. Coming to the Greenwich meetup?
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Post by atrophicshiner
With all the woe surrounding Brexit the Government certainly kept this one quiet.

You'll have them whipped into shape in no time ;)
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Post by CTCNetwork
Hi,

I was surprised by the number of houses I visited, unoccupied included, where there were crates of Belgian beer just waiting to be consumed!!! :D

Will not be able to make the national meet as I will likely be in Belgium carrying out decoration and building works! Sorry...
I did notice and reported an anomaly in Holland! On sections of motorway where there are "variable speed limits" they have decided to set NO LIMIT!!!! WTF!!! can someone point me in the direction of our discussion on this issue? I do not think it is useful to have no speed warning when there may be variable limite as there is still the national limit to adhere to...

Whilst they do drive on the "wrong" side of the road, they do maintain them!!!! :D And when it snows, in 24 hours or less, the roads are clear. Bonus!!!

It has been good knowing many of you people and I hope to meet up again sometime soon. Maybe a European convention?? Might be worth considering..

Someone, for heavens sake, look after Nottingham!!! :D

Des. . . ;)
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Post by PealRinger
CTCNetwork wrote:can someone point me in the direction of our discussion on this issue? I do not think it is useful to have no speed warning when there may be variable limite as there is still the national limit to adhere to...
I don't recall much discussion, but we do have it documented here on the new wiki page:
https://wazeopedia.waze.com/wiki/UnitedKingdom/Speed_Limits wrote:WME does not support variable speed limits so only the maximum speed limit should be mapped.
Good luck in Belgium!
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Post by jackohug
Sorry to see you go Des. Thanks for all you've done for Nottingham, and the support you've given over the years.

I'll try not to mess it up too much! ;)
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