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Revision as of 20:40, 17 November 2019

Contents

Introduction

Below you will see a section titled "Next Lesson". The material that is listed there is expected to be studied (vice read). Early on the material will be fairly easy and you should have a good grasp just by reading. As we go forward, the material gets more challenging. You don't have to have a working level of the material after reading. I encourage you to write down your questions, and either ask me during a mentoring session or even outside of a mentoring session. Additionally, you are encouraged (and expected) to interact with other editors so that you can maximize your learnings -- So ask other editors questions about things you are unsure of. By all means, make sure that unanswered questions are resolved in one way or another.

Handy Links

Mapping Resources By State

Region
Alabama
Florida
Georgia

Mentoring Videos

The following items have been covered and are considered complete.

The following items have been covered but need more discussion.

Reading Material for next Topic

Before You Start (Lesson 1-1)
Permalinks (Lesson 1-2)
WME Toolbar (Lesson 1-4) (Lesson 1-3 is N/A)
Status, Tile Updates, Points (Lesson 1-5)
First Edits -- Segments (Lesson 1-6)

Future Topics' Reading Material

  • You do not have to read all of this at once. I'll point out what to study before the next lesson. But if you want to look ahead, this should keep you interested.
First Edits -- Places (Lesson 1-7)
Parking Lot Roads (Lesson 1- 8)
Parking Lot Areas (Lesson 1-9)
Getting Help From Senior Editors (Editing Restrictions) (Lesson 1-10)
Road Types (Lesson 1-11)
External Sources (Lesson 1-12)
Junction Style Guide (Lesson 1-13)
Incorrect Edits (Lesson 1-15)
Update Requests (URs) & Map Problems (Lesson 1-16)
Editing Tips and Hints (Lesson 2-1)
Roundabouts
Junction Angle Information (Lesson 2-3)
Community Roles & Responsibilities (Lesson 2-4)
State Forums (Lesson 2-6) (Lesson 2-5 N/A)
Segment Closures (Lesson 2-7)
Segment and Turn Restrictions (Lesson 2-8 and 2-9)
House Numbers (Lesson 2-10)
Places (Lesson 2-11)
Functional Classification (Lesson 2-12)
Dividing and un-dividing Roads (Lesson 2-13)
Map Comments (Lesson 2-14)
At Grade Connectors (Lesson 2-15)
Elevation (Lesson 2-16)
Communication via Private Messages (Lesson 2-17)
City Smudge (Lesson 3-1)
How Waze Calculates Routes (Lesson 3-2)
How Waze Determines Verbal Instructions (Lesson 3-3)
U-Turns (Lesson 3-4)
Interchanges (Lesson 3-5)
Scripts (Lesson 3-6)
Toolbox AM Functions (Lesson 3-7)
Revcons and self-connectivity (Lesson 3-8)
Turn Instruction Override (TIO) (Lesson 3-9)
Advance Place Editing (Lesson 3-10)
Intro To Diagnosing Routing Issues (Lesson 3-11)
More Functional Classification Fun (Lesson 3-12)
Area Manager Roles & Responsibilities (Lesson 3-13)
Resolving Problem Reports (Lesson 3-14)
Communications Style and Consistency (Lesson 3-15)
Detailed Analysis of existing Area (Lesson 3-16)
Mentoring New Editors (Lesson 3-17)
Map Raids (Lesson 3-18)
Collaborative Editing (Lesson 3-19)
Private Installations (Lesson 3-20)
Event Mode and real time closure (Lesson 3-21)
Text-To-Speech (Lesson 3-22)
Editing in unique areas (Lessons 3-23 through 3-26)

Conclusion

When our mentoring partnership completes, this web page will serve as a useful and readily available reference for your use for years to come. Hang on to it. Remember, that the best way to learn to edit is to read some, edit some, ask questions, read some more, edit some more. You will find that you are frequently referring back to the wazeopedia. A good editor never assumes they know the answer to everything.