caughtatwork wrote:Geocaching Australia encountered the same sort of fun. I started on Sunday afternoon and I'm about 16 hours in to our map rewrite (it's not a migration regardless of what Google says). I have about 4 hours of testing to go before I'll be happy to republish our maps functions. So all up about 20 hours. We do some cool stuff which you may not have, bit either way this is not a small and trivial job. The worst part is trying to find the right functions to call and then discovering they're asynchronous so you get tied up in all sorts of knots.
caughtatwork wrote:It looks like GC was also affected with their route not working. I don't use their site much, I find ours better for most things, except the sheer volume of caches. I doubt their basic maps have malfunctioned as I'm sure we would have all heard the screams, even from down under.
TermiteHunter wrote:Looks like moving caches are not showing up either.
I was looking at caches along the NC outerbanks and only found a handfull.(5)
Did a search to download the GPX and several more were listed. I knew the BITS had issues but there were a few moving caches as well.
nevermind the map issue, they have been archived. Too bad I was looking forward to moving one or two.
But this means that archived caches show up in a search. Hope I don't mistakenly attempt one only to find it is archived.
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