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A MegaMapRaid (MMR for short) is a special kind of MapRaid. It is a one time event virtually gathering many map editors (the goal is always over 1000) from dozens of countries, to jointly perfect one or more large pieces of the map. It is also a fantastic opportunity for newer editors to work with many senior editors to gain skills and insight into mapmaking and the Waze editing community
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A MegaMapRaid (MMR for short) is a special kind of MapRaid. It's a global event where many editors (anywhere from 350 to 1000) from all over the world meet virtually to help improve very large area of a country or an entire small country. It is a fantastic opportunity for newer editors to work with many senior editors to gain skills and insight into mapmaking. In addition to editing experience, they will learn about the Waze editing community and form relationships.
  
 
So far, two MegaMapRaids have been held:
 
So far, two MegaMapRaids have been held:

Revision as of 02:20, 9 September 2015

A MegaMapRaid (MMR for short) is a special kind of MapRaid. It's a global event where many editors (anywhere from 350 to 1000) from all over the world meet virtually to help improve very large area of a country or an entire small country. It is a fantastic opportunity for newer editors to work with many senior editors to gain skills and insight into mapmaking. In addition to editing experience, they will learn about the Waze editing community and form relationships.

So far, two MegaMapRaids have been held: