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Difference between revisions of "South Carolina/Mapraid"
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A table listing every editor rank 3 and up from the state who has AM area and has been active recently, and is also in this MR should be listed as host.
A table listing every editor rank 3 and up from the state who has AM area and has been active recently, and is also in this MR should be listed as host. -->
! Editor !! Location !! Roles
! Editor !! Location !! Roles
Revision as of 13:54, 28 May 2015
| This mapraid page is still under construction. Please be patient as we get it ready for the upcoming raid.
MapRaid participants: please do not edit in the area of the mapraid until the time of the official announcement in the mapraid slack general channel. This will allow us to get good mapraid statistics.
Reach the beach! MapRaid South Carolina May 2015 will be 21 June through 28 June 2015 . The group will be divided into nine teams, one for each section. Each group will have both local and senior editors, one of which will be the "Group leader" - listed in blue below. Please direct all questions to your group leaders. The raid hosts will be available across all areas for added support.
Our mission is to handle
- Functional Classification
- Places, especially in resort areas.
- URs, MPs, and general map verification
- 1 Mission
- 2 Local Hosts
- 3 Groups
- 4 Important!
- 5 Mapping Resources
- 6 Communication
- 7 Reference Links
- 8 Mapraid edit lists
- 9 Results
- 10 MapRaid Promotions
|HavanaDay(6) [ ]||Statewide|| |
Map Raid Organizer
|crazycaveman(5) [ ]||Statewide|| |
Map Raid Organizer
|ialangford(5) [ ]||Statewide|| |
Map Raid Organizer
Here is a sample -- how it was done for the NJ map raid
Please read the entire NJ MapRaid wiki. If you are still uncertain what to do about something you see on the map, please ask your group leader Thank You for your help with the map.
You have editing access to the entire map raid area. Please stay within your group areas. If your group area is completely done, your group leader will assign you to one of the other groups for the remainder of the raid. Please use the mapraid overlay extension to keep track of your group area boundaries.
Mapraid UR Rules
We will follow the usual US UR etiquette with one exception: During the Map raid, the wait time is reduced to 3 days.
Do not close URs if the UR contains a tag such as [NOTE], [CLOSURE], or any other [MESSAGE].
Please do not change the types of roads without getting appropriate guidance:
- Major Highways
- Minor Highways
- Primary Streets
Some changes to road types could mess up continuity and distort routing. See the section below on road names, types, and FC for more information
Do Not Mass-Edit
DO NOT perform edits that affect large numbers of segments at once. We want to know who fixed what so we can understand how problems got resolved.
We use micro-doglegs (very short geometry sections of segments) to engineer turn- vs. stay/keep/exit instructions. Zoom in very close to see these micro-doglegs.
Road Types, Names, and Functional Classification (FC)
In South Carolina , we follow the general US standards for road types based on the hybrid rule of FC and Route Type.
- South Carolina Highways: SC-###.
- State highway secondary system S-46-18 -- used as alternate name only.
- The route number is a combination of county code (46) and road number (18)
- If there is no other name on the sign, then the primary name should be Rd 18
- If an interstate exit says County Rd 18, it is actually for a state secondary
- County Road: CR-537, CR-4 are usually not signed. Only use this as the primary name if it appears on signs.
- If it is called County Rd XXX it is NOT a county road -- it is usually a state secondary route (see above)
- For SC and S numbers ONLY, use the [SCDOT streetfinder]
- You can [[South_Carolina#Naming|read more about road naming in South Carolina]
- If a road has more than one name follow the standard for Concurrent names on US roads.
In South Carolina we have a set minimum standard for locking roads based on segment type. Any road of a certain segment type must be locked at least to the rank (level) in the chart below. Roads may be locked higher for protection and special situations (areas with construction, tricky design, frequent mistakes, imaging inaccuracies, and the like), but should not be locked lower.
A great time to implement these locks is while bringing the road types of an area into compliance with the current US road type standards (FC and highway systems). Lock the roads based on type after they've been set to current US road type standards.
|Highest rank of connected segment|
Note: Certain areas may be locked higher than the above minimums. Please do not lower locks unless approved by the RC or a South Carolina SM.
Please bring places up to standard. Follow the US standard for places.
- Left turns are prohibited when
- a posted sign prohibits the left turn
- there are two double yellow lines Sometimes, there is a raised median or diagonal striping between.This is often seen in the form of the "bubble" prior to a dedicated left turn lane,
- there is a dedicated left turn lane in the main road, not counting a bi-directional "suicide" center turn lane.
- Left turns are allowed when
- They are not prohibited (see above)
- Left turns are even allowed across a double-yellow line into a driveway or private road or parking lot. Double-yellow lines are usually interrupted at a public street where a left turn is permitted.
- NFC maps (GIS)
- City boundary/CDP boundary maps
- SCIWAY County GIS links
- State list of County and City GIS contacts and maps (where available)
We will use #Slack Channels. There is a [http://wazemapraid.slack.com/messages/ xxx yyy Raid general channel] and also a channel for each raid group. Please be sure to join the slack WazeMapRaid Team and join the channels for the specific MapRaid and group you are assigned to. If you are not already part of the WazeMapRaid slack team, Click here to get your Slack invitation. Be sure to choose WazeMapRaid to the MapRaid question. If you have trouble getting into the slack team and channels, please reach out to one of the MapRaid organizers.
WME chat can also be used. The WME Chat addon is recommended.
- New editor welcome page
- Waze Map Editor
- Best Map Editing Practice
- Editing manual
- Common editing mistakes
- How to make a Permalink
- All about using the WME Chat
- Community Plugins, Extensions and Tools where you'll links and descriptions to most of the editing scripts being used. Some of these are essential to good editing, and others make the editing process much easier. WME Validator, URO+, and WME Toolbox are highly recommended.
Recommended Tools for MapRaid
- overlay link
- Places browser link
- UR Comments - a tremendous time and labor saving tool with automation and integration with URO+, to help with working URs. Read the documentation. Tamper monkey required
- The WME Reference Sheet[PDF] is a printable double-sided tri-fold quick reference guide to some of the common topics used in WME.
- Validator is a script that validates a map area in Waze Map Editor, highlights issues and generates a very detailed report with wiki references and solutions.
- WME Chat Addon is a script that improves the WME chat GUI. For a list of all the features check the thread here -- Tapermonkey/Greasmonkey required
Mapraid edit lists
Spreadsheets and forms are being used to streamline management of various group efforts and track important edits. Below you can find links to use these these forms, sheets, and see the lists.
|Check back here after the raid is completed to see the results and achievements|
Some editors really let their bright side out, and let their community skills shine. This is even more evident in a concerted group effort with high-density editing like a MapRaid!. Editors of all ranks working closely with each other and the Champs, really lets us everyone get to know each other, and allows certain editors to be recognized for their skills and effort.
When the Champs see someone consistently editing well, interacting well with the community, and knowledgeable of the various details from the Wiki, they can issue promotions. This can be anything from the size of a managed area, to a rank increase, or even a new role.
|Watch here for results of promotions during and after the raid.|