[Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby lsin023 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:37 pm

YanisKyr wrote:6. flag "St" (without a dot) at the beginning of street/place names - dozens of churches missing the dot
WMEV does not check places yet (or in beta).
Ave|Cl|Ct|Cres|Dr|Ln|Pk|Pl|Rd|Sq|St|Tce are flagged anywhere in road names (exception: ending or ending+Lwr|Upr|[NSWE]|Great|Little|Middle|Extension) or followed by a dot "." except "St"

*Flagged*
The Crescent
Test Crescent
Test Crescent Park S
Crescent Car Park
The Park Cres S
St Crescent Park
St. Crescent Park
Crescent Pk St
Lower Rd
Lower Park West Rd.
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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby YanisKyr » Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:29 am

Hi guys, I'm going to revive this old thread to discuss some changes to the Irish Localisation script.

It's been quite some time since we discussed the topic with Stan in London, but here goes:

1. allow greater than ">" on ramps
2. allow comma "," on ramps
3a. allow "Park" after Car, Bus, Business, Industrial, Technology, Enterprise, Retail, Office, Logistics, Commercial, National, Forest
3b. allow "Park" as a first word (e.g. Park Rd)
4. flag "parking" (should be "Car Park")
5. fix narrow street (it's currenty highlighted as "non-drivable segment makes a junction with a drivable segment")
6. flag "St" (without a dot) at the beginning of street/place names - dozens of churches missing the dot
7. allow short names (i.e. Emo, UCD, Top are all ok)
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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby YanisKyr » Tue Jan 22, 2019 9:59 am

Kevintiobraid wrote:Do you mean that a "narrow street" will no longer be highlighted as an error?
Personally I'd prefer to keep this. I've seen a good few cases (in the UK) where a new editor has changed a road type to Narrow Street, when its a perfectly driveable road, causing routing problems. Ireland would be susceptible to this (although I haven't seen any local cases) due to the number of boreens in the countryside that someone might incorrectly change to a narrow street.


Actually you're right Kevin, it would be useful to have them flagged as new users pick it more often than not. The message should be adjusted nevertheless.
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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby YanisKyr » Sat May 11, 2019 12:15 pm

I didn't want to flood this post before Stan's reply but maybe he has retired from Waze? :(

I'm in favour of all your points David - there might be limitations from the script's standpoint, but let's allow the developers to evaluate.
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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby YanisKyr » Tue Jun 02, 2020 10:38 pm

lsin023 wrote:Started to update... ;)


Woohoo, happy days :) Let us know if you need anything/testing/feedback!

davidg666 wrote:16. Flag segments with speed limits that aren't a multiple of 10.


I had a look at the items we flagged back in the day, and this particular one might need an amendment. There are PR and PLR with speed limits of 15/25. The only kind of issues I've bumped on are miles/km conflicts when users set the speed in mph but it's displayed in kph. Pretty rare though.

I'd change the definition to multiples of 5 or 10.
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Re: [Script] WME Validator Localization for Ireland

Postby YanisKyr » Wed Jun 03, 2020 1:44 pm

davidg666 wrote:Did we decide to map those speed limits anyway, so that users would see on their Waze display what the signs showed?


Yeah, I think this is where we ended up.
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