Difference between revisions of "User:Voludu2"

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{{PrivateMessage}}
 
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What I am working on: 
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* So you want to be an editor: navigation and wayfinding for new editors.  [[User:Voludu2/Welcome to Waze Map Editing|Welcome to Waze Map Editing]]
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Here are all the pages in my namespace:
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{{Special:Prefixindex/User:Voludu2/}}
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Here are some of my favorite links on this wiki:
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For general editing reference, especially beginner-level stuff:
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*[[Common editing mistakes]] especially the ones I did a lot of in week 1:
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**[[Common_editing_mistakes#Red_roads]]
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**[[Common_editing_mistakes#Misuse of the Parking-Lot Area Place]]
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*[[Best map editing practice]] especially
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** [[Best_map_editing_practice#Retention]]
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** [[Unlock_request#Unlocking_an_object_above_your_rank|When a road is locked]]
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*[[Waze_Map_Editor#Keyboard_Shortcuts]] -- I always forget these
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Here are some great browser extensions to help me find my mistakes:
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* [[Extensions#WME_Validator]] -- makes a bunch of checks, and is customizable (so you can search for only YOUR edits, and find those accidental bridges where ${elevation} is not 0, for example.
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* [[Extensions#WME_Color_Highlights_.28WMECH.29]] -- different from Validator, shows which segments are locked, have no city, etc.
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* [[Extensions#WME_Junction_Angle_info]] -- shows junction angles, so you can compare them to Waze rules for giving turn instructions and for "too sharp turn".
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Information I sometimes share with UR reporters:
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*[[FAQ#How_do_I_get_support_for_my_Waze_question.3F|How to report a bug to the waze team]]
  
 
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*[http://www.waze.com/forum/index.php Forum]
 
*[http://www.waze.com/forum/index.php Forum]
 
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What I am working on: 
 
* So you want to be an editor: navigation and wayfinding for new editors.  [[User:Voludu2/Welcome to Waze Map Editing|Welcome to Waze Map Editing]]
 
 
 
Here are all the pages in my namespace:
 
{{Special:Prefixindex/User:Voludu2/}}
 
Here are some of my favorite links on this wiki:
 
 
For general editing reference, especially beginner-level stuff:
 
*[[Common editing mistakes]] especially the ones I did a lot of in week 1:
 
**[[Common_editing_mistakes#Red_roads]]
 
**[[Common_editing_mistakes#Misuse of the Parking-Lot Area Place]]
 
*[[Best map editing practice]] especially
 
** [[Best_map_editing_practice#Retention]]
 
** [[Unlock_request#Unlocking_an_object_above_your_rank|When a road is locked]]
 
*[[Waze_Map_Editor#Keyboard_Shortcuts]] -- I always forget these
 
 
Here are some great browser extensions to help me find my mistakes:
 
* [[Extensions#WME_Validator]] -- makes a bunch of checks, and is customizable (so you can search for only YOUR edits, and find those accidental bridges where ${elevation} is not 0, for example.
 
* [[Extensions#WME_Color_Highlights_.28WMECH.29]] -- different from Validator, shows which segments are locked, have no city, etc.
 
* [[Extensions#WME_Junction_Angle_info]] -- shows junction angles, so you can compare them to Waze rules for giving turn instructions and for "too sharp turn".
 
 
Information I sometimes share with UR reporters:
 
*[[FAQ#How_do_I_get_support_for_my_Waze_question.3F|How to report a bug to the waze team]]
 

Revision as of 12:24, 21 November 2014

 

Voludu2 can be reached by private message.


What I am working on:


Here are all the pages in my namespace:

Here are some of my favorite links on this wiki:

For general editing reference, especially beginner-level stuff:

Here are some great browser extensions to help me find my mistakes:

Information I sometimes share with UR reporters:

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