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-Poner en la Wiki la navegabilidad del livemap de cada municipio desde la capital del Departamento respectivo (se elige desde la plaza central).
 
-Poner en la Wiki la navegabilidad del livemap de cada municipio desde la capital del Departamento respectivo (se elige desde la plaza central).
 
-Peajes: Revisar navegabilidad, nombre, tarifa. Prohibido bajarlos a nivel 4.
 
-Peajes: Revisar navegabilidad, nombre, tarifa. Prohibido bajarlos a nivel 4.
-Liderar y monitorear que las tareas asignadas a los editores se estén cumpliendo correctamente.  
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-Liderar y monitorear que las tareas asignadas a los editores se estén cumpliendo correctamente.
 
 
 
 
==Changing to ROW Server==
 
 
 
For our US and Canadian visitors, South Africa falls under the World Server. In the upper right hand corner of the editor, where it says US & Canada, you can click it for a dropdown menu. To edit in South Africa, change to the World server, commonly known as the ROW (Rest of the World) server. The US & Canada server is commonly known as the NA Server.
 
 
 
'''Note:''' This option is not visible if you are in fullscreen.
 
 
 
'''Make sure you are set to Metric units under settings.'''
 
 
 
 
=Local Hosts=
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Editor !! Timezone
 
|-
 
| elphix ([http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&username=elphix PM]) || SAST (GMT +2)
 
|-
 
| LeighGr ([http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&username=LeighGr PM]) || SAST (GMT +2)
 
|-
 
| Kuhlkatz ([http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&username=Kuhlkatz PM]) || SAST (GMT +2)
 
|}
 
 
 
=Speed Limits=
 
 
South Africa uses the metric system (km/h), we drive on the left hand side of the road. The
 
following is a ​general​ breakdown of what to expect with regards to speed limits in South
 
Africa. These are by no means definitive - limits should be verified by streetview.
 
 
* Freeways - 120km/h 
 
* Major Highways - 100km/h, sometimes 120km/h 
 
* Minor Highways - 80km/h or 100km/h 
 
* Primary Streets - 60km/h or 80km/h 
 
* Streets - 60km/h
 
 
Sometimes the municipal authorities try to get creative and have a speed limit in between the
 
norm, 70km/h for example. We do not use 5 in our limits, they are extremely rare (i.e. 65km/h).
 
Don’t trust average speeds for segments - South Africans like to speed.
 
 
 
==Road Signs==
 
 
 
<small>''Waze currently only allows setting and verifying the maximum speed limits.''
 
''Minimum speed limits or temporary speed limits do not apply and the signs were only included below to show the difference between them. Minimum speed limits apply mostly to high speed lanes like Freeways for safety reasons. Temporary road signs are used during construction or apply to specific weather conditions only, like fog. These should not be used for setting Waze segment speeds.''</small>
 
 
 
===Maximum Speed Limits===
 
 
 
Maximum Speed limit signs are a red circle with the limitation in black on a white background. These are the only signs that should be used to determine speed limits. Combination signs combine a speed limit sign, a specific road/danger condition, e.g. winding roads and would typically include a distance in Km that applies.<br>
 
South Africa does not make use of a "return to usual speed" sign.
 
 
 
{| style="background:lightgreen; color:black" class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Sign !! Limit / Notes
 
|-
 
| https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/3e/SADC_road_sign_R201-100.svg/120px-SADC_road_sign_R201-100.svg.png || Maximum 100km/h
 
|-
 
| https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/0/09/SA_Mapraid_Speed_Limit_Winding_Road.png || Combination sign <br><br> Winding Road <br> Maximum 60km/h <br> Valid limit for the next 8 Km
 
|-
 
| https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/1/12/SARaidMap_SL_road_sign_old_style.png || Maximum 100 Km/h <br> These are very old Speed Limit signs. A Red Circle <br> with White Text on a Blue background <br><br> Not to be mistaken for [https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/index.php?title=South_Africa_MapRaid#Minimum_Speed_Limits Minimum Speed Limit] <br> signs which have a WHITE BORDER.
 
|}
 
 
 
===Minimum Speed Limits===
 
 
 
Minimum speed limit signs are a white circle border with the limitation in white on a blue background. Minimum speed limits should not be used for Waze segment speeds.
 
 
 
{| style="background:LightSalmon; color:black" class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Sign !! Meaning
 
|-
 
| https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a1/SADC_road_sign_R101.svg/120px-SADC_road_sign_R101.svg.png || Minimum 50km/h <br>'''(DO NOT USE)'''
 
|}
 
 
 
===Possible confusion signs===
 
A selection of irrelevant speed limit signs and other signs that could be confused with speed limit signage.
 
 
 
 
 
{| style="background:LightSalmon; color:black" class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Sign !! Meaning
 
|-
 
| https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/b/bd/SADC_road_sign_TR201-100.svg.png || Temporary Speed Limit - Ignore these
 
|-
 
| https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/f/f3/Ignored_Speed_Limit_Other_Vehicles.png || Specific vehicle type restrictions - Ignore these
 
|-
 
| https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4f/SADC_road_sign_R532.svg/120px-SADC_road_sign_R532.svg.png || Vehicles exceeding 16 tonnes GVM prohibited
 
|-
 
| https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/SADC_road_sign_R540.svg/120px-SADC_road_sign_R540.svg.png || Maximum number of spaces in a parking reservation
 
|-
 
| https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e7/SADC_road_sign_R202.svg/120px-SADC_road_sign_R202.svg.png || Vehicles exceeding 12 tonnes GVM prohibited
 
|}
 
 
 
=Languages=
 
 
South Africa has eleven official languages. Within Waze we keep it to English but you may get
 
a response to a UR in another language. If this happens please try steer the conversation to
 
English or ask elphix, LeighGr or Kuhlkatz to step in. All abbreviations are in English - please
 
see the ​[[Suffix Abbreviations (South Africa)|Acceptable suffix abbreviations]]​ in the ​[[South Africa|South African Waze Wiki]]​ and change as
 
required. I.e. change “Mahlomola Street” to “Mahlomola St”. Not many of the existing suffixes
 
should be non-english, but if they are, the correct one can easily be looked up in the
 
Acceptable suffix abbreviations​ table.
 
 
 
=Locking Policy=
 
 
Anything locked at L5 - please consult with a local champ before changing restrictions or
 
geometry.
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Road Type !! Lock Level
 
|-
 
| Freeway || 5
 
|-
 
| Major Highway || 4
 
|-
 
| Minor Highway || 3
 
|-
 
| Primary Street || 2
 
|-
 
| Streets || 1
 
|}
 
 
 
=Communication=
 
 
The preferred method of communication for the MapRaid is via Slack. If you aren't already a
 
member of the Waze Map Raid Slack then please submit your information on this form:
 
http://bit.ly/Slack_invite
 
 
 
=Scripts and Addons=
 
The normals scripts and addons used in other countries work in South Africa. Some notable examples inclue WME Toolbox and WME Color Highlights.
 
 
 
As the main focus for this raid is speedlimits we suggest you add the following:
 
* [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=819&t=166746 WME Speedhelper]
 
** Has the most common speed limits
 
* [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=819&t=166497 WME Speeds]
 
* [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=819&t=145570 WME Toolbox]
 
* [https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/12637-wme-validator-localization-for-south-africa%20 South Africa specific validator]
 
** Made by our very own LeighGr
 
** Install via Tampermonkey on Chrome
 
* [https://greasyfork.org/nl/scripts/17112-wme-street-view-availability WME Streetview Availability]
 
** Shows whether there is streetview available or not
 
 
 
=Other Things=
 
 
* In an effort to standardise our road names please change hyphens, commas and other to parentheses. 
 
* The standard is ROAD NAME (ROAD NUMBER CARDINAL DIRECTION) 
 
** “Curie Ave - R706” should be “Curie Ave (R706)”, 
 
** “M5 Southbound, Kromboom Pkwy” should be "Kromboom Pkwy (M5 S)" 
 
* Gas Station are to be locked at L4 or higher. If you’re not yet at L4, lock it as high as you can. 
 
* We find that sometimes junior editors add duplicate gas stations as points on an area place, this is incorrect. The point should be removed or converted to an area. 
 
* We are still in the process of changing our cardinal directions - if you see any please abbreviate them
 
** E.g “N1 South” should be “N1 S”.
 
* Many highway exits are missing their exit numbers, add them if you see them.
 
** E.g “Exit 34: Harrismith” 
 
* Please do NOT edit the coastlines.
 
* Our traffic lights are called “robots” - I don’t know why.
 
 
 
=Do's and Don'ts=
 
 
 
* Do change to ROW server and metric system
 
* Do read the wiki
 
* Do contact the local champs if you’re unsure of something.
 
* Do edit the road names to match local standards.
 
<br />
 
 
 
* Don’t mass edit
 
* Don't use temporary (amber) or minimum (blue) signs for the speed limits.
 
* Don’t edit the coastline
 
* Don’t stress about all the missing townships – add them if you’re feeling adventurous.
 
* Don't edit in the neighbouring countries - this includes Lesotho and Swaziland.
 
And
 
* Do have fun!
 
 
 
=Reference Links=
 
 
* [[South Africa|South Africa Waze Wiki]] 
 
** Information and guidelines on local editing 
 
** Local Freeway and Major / Minor Highway naming conventions
 
* [http://csg.dla.gov.za/spatial.htm Surveyor General South Africa]
 
** Official data source
 
** Click on "View Spatial Data" to access. Street names will be visible at close zoom levels. 
 
* [[Suffix Abbreviations (South Africa)|Local Road Naming suffixes]] 
 
** Only the English convention is acceptable 
 
** If a suffix is non-English, you can look it up and change it e.g. "Str" or "Straat" (Afrikaans) should be changed to "St" for Street.
 
* [[MapRaid|Waze MapRaid Wiki]]
 
** General information about MapRaids
 
* [[Creating and editing road segments]]
 
** How to add speed limits
 
* [[User:DwarfLord/UR|Generic Responses to User Reports]]
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_signs_in_South_Africa Road signs in South Africa]
 

Revision as of 19:43, 14 July 2016

Bienvenidos a la Wiki del MapRaid de Boyacá, daremos inicio el XX de XXXX 2016, los que se quieran inscribir favor hacerlo en XXXXXXXXX


1- A TENER EN CUENTA

Es importante tener claro las buenas prácticas de edición que se tienen estipuladas en nuestra Wiki y Foro, al igual que las recomendaciones básicas para ejecutar en cada MapRaid.

2 - PLAN DE ACCION
2.1 Limites de velocidad de vías :
  1. Calles: 30 km/h.
  2. Calle Principal: 40 km/h.
  3. Carretera menor: 60 km/h.
  4. Carretera Mayor: 80 Km/h.
  5. Autopista: 80 km/h.
  6. Rampa: 30 km/h.
  7. Caminos de Tierra / Sendero 4x4: 30 km/h.


2.2 Urs : Favor dirigirse al manual 

https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Manejo_URs_Comunidad_Colombia

2.3 Nomenclatura – Poner nombre a todas las calles FALTANTES:

https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Como_categorizar_y_nombrar_calles_(Colombia)

2.4 Ajuste de segmentos: Conectividad, corrección de giros.
2.5 Actualización de lugares o places.
2.6 Nuevos segmentos que tengan trazos GPS preferiblemente.
2.7 Revisión de nombres de carreteras nacionales (determinar normas). 
2.8 Desconexión de vías peatonales y bloqueos a N3.
2.9 Estaciones de Gasolina EDS bloqueo N3.
2.10 Perfeccionar el mapa al máximo con la realidad.
3- DONDE ME PUEDO INSCRIBIR?

Para los editores ya inscritos a MapRaids anteriores no es necesario que se vuelvan a inscribir. Sin embargo, si alguien que quiera participar y no esté inscrito, puede hacerlo en este formulario.

4- HERRAMIENTA OFICIAL

- Script MapRaid_Boyacá - Creado por Kahlcolimon

    • se debe instalar el Tampermonkey en Chrome
5 HERRAMIENTAS ADICIONALES SCRIPTS AND ADDONS

Están las scripts que bien configuradas son de alta ayuda como Validator, Toolbox, etc.

- Para los limites de Velocidad sugerimos el siguiente:

- Script de uso general


6 COMUNICACIÓN PERMANENTE: 

Por medio del foro asignado para que la información quede en el historial, preferiblemente y por el Hangouts solicitamos información adicional de llegarse a crear.

7 Lideres Asignados a Grupos 

Mientras mejor preparados estén los miembros de este equipo, mayor será el rendimiento. Por esto se emplea “TASK FORCE”; equipos integrados por los mejores en cada especialidad para garantizar un rendimiento óptimo, mayor profesionalismo y mejores resultados.

8 - Otras Tarea

-Actualizar Landmarks ( ríos, lagunas, parques naturales). -Errores reportados por validator y las tools. -Revisión de ortografía de nombres de lugares. -Simplificación de geometría de lugares. -Niveles de bloqueo. -Poner en la Wiki la navegabilidad del livemap de cada municipio desde la capital del Departamento respectivo (se elige desde la plaza central). -Peajes: Revisar navegabilidad, nombre, tarifa. Prohibido bajarlos a nivel 4. -Liderar y monitorear que las tareas asignadas a los editores se estén cumpliendo correctamente.