woodvale wrote:The information that Twister is producing is wonderful, and I have no idea how it's done I do hope it leads to an early resolution of the problem.
Meantime, URs continue to be raised containing postcodes or addresses, presumably failed routing searches. Do we want to keep these for further evidence, or close them?
There also appears to be a spate of "off and on" routings at M25 junctions south of London (I haven't looked elsewhere 'cos that's outside my area), with two in the last three days at J6, Godstone. Are these likely to be related? I know it shouldn't happen - in the US, it appears to be illegal - but it does. Is there a known solution to this problem?
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I've got an idea how it's done but am still amazed at the skill of some in the UK Waze community. Does anyone have any concerns that Waze HQ won't like calling the routing server so frequently?
The postcode errors do annoy me (and I'm sure the users are annoyed too). I presume most of them are failed routes but having seen some of the replies to UR comments I'm sure some of them are also user error. I'd continue to follow up the errors with each user as you have been doing, at the very least users do get some feedback.
The on and offs seem to be getting more frequent. Not just on motorways either. I presume Waze has somehow adjusted the algorithms and they will have to tweak them some more. Perhaps we should start up another thread (with screenshots).