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Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 13 Dec 2012, 21:47
by Blabert
Thanks Snusmumriken, took some detective skills to solve it.. But now it should be correct :-)

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 12:13
by Snusmumriken
Looks allright now in Groningen :-)
Now you can look into another zone owned by ADRA: Julianapark in Friesland - you comes to JulianaPark in Groningen ;)

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 12:35
by Snusmumriken
And another one: Plantzone in Utrecht is pointing out a zone with the same name in Alingsås :o (now you know how I spend my lunches while I'm not out taking zones :D )

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 12:41
by Blabert
Did thunell put you up to give me headaches in the Netherlands..? ;-) Don't you go looking at South Korea after this.... Anyway, I'll check it out later. Seems like Juliana is a popular name for parks :-)

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Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 13:07
by UrbanGeeks
There are a number of duplicate zone names, all these has two zones with the same name (case may differ):

Plantzone
AnneFrank
MølleZone
JulianaPark
NørreZone
Bastionzone
BjörkZone
SjøFartMuseum

I guess that zones around the world should be able to have the same name, so until the zones are linked to by its unique id on the turf site, this will be an issue.

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 13:49
by Snusmumriken
Did thunell put you up to give me headaches in the Netherlands..? ;-) Don't you go looking at South Korea after this.... Anyway, I'll check it out later. Seems like Juliana is a popular name for parks :-)
No, Thunell is not involved in this at all. It is my own hobby locking for places to visit :) Have been to NL a couple of times many years ago and I wanna go back there some time :) And it is just by coincidence I find the missmatches and it's not meant to give you headace - sorry for that. This is probably not an urgent problem so take your time - the correct zone is logged for the user who takes the zone anyway ;)

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 14:03
by Thunell
The duplicates are no longer duplicates.

Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 14:52
by Blabert
Did thunell put you up to give me headaches in the Netherlands..? ;-) Don't you go looking at South Korea after this.... Anyway, I'll check it out later. Seems like Juliana is a popular name for parks :-)
No, Thunell is not involved in this at all. It is my own hobby locking for places to visit :) Have been to NL a couple of times many years ago and I wanna go back there some time :) And it is just by coincidence I find the missmatches and it's not meant to give you headace - sorry for that. This is probably not an urgent problem so take your time - the correct zone is logged for the user who takes the zone anyway ;)
Hehe, I know :-) The system in made so it's not meant to be any duplicates, but sometimes it bugs a bit. Anyway, I managed to involve thunell as you can see, so no headaches here... ;-)

And, seriously now, we do always want these reports! So thanks :-)

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Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 14:56
by Blabert
There are a number of duplicate zone names, all these has two zones with the same name (case may differ):

Plantzone
AnneFrank
MølleZone
JulianaPark
NørreZone
Bastionzone
BjörkZone
SjøFartMuseum

I guess that zones around the world should be able to have the same name, so until the zones are linked to by its unique id on the turf site, this will be an issue.
Thanks, we had the same idea as you and pulled these duplicates out of the database aswell. But, so far, the zones are supposed to be made with unique names. How long that will be possible, we'll see I guess :-)

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Re: Zone report Netherlands

Posted: 28 Dec 2012, 21:54
by DoctorJones
The zone 'AmaliaZone' in Middelburg is not reachable, behind a padlocked fence. It could be moved to the path that is approximately 75 meters to the east, or, even better, to the path that is approximately 150m to the north. (That path isn't visible on the sattelite pictures, but is visible on the Google Maps overlay.)

Thanks!

/DoctorJones.