Hi all. I know, I did not send a single life sign during the last month. Neither in the blog, nor as replies to your emails.
But I was completely snowed under due to private and business projects.
Originally I planned to use thewinter season to implement many ideas for tb-run and tb-rescue and be able to proudly remove the “beta” label from both sites.
But what can I say… I did not and still both sites are running with almost no issues.
I have the impression that 90% of all “my TB is stuck” cases are covered by the current tb-rescue technology.
The service has become well established and seems to be stable.
We receive lots of new rescue requests every day and our server sends out thousands of mails every day to potential rescue teams in the relevant areas. Seems like the western caching civilization is mostly covered – see Map.
What else is on the todo list?
Well, first of all we have the topics that are most aksed:
- Watch more than one area
- Have nice statistics about the races
- And my main issue that tb-rescue does not handle some processes too well.
One example is: if a TB owner does not mark his trackable as missing, even though a rescue team has confirmed that its gone – (sigh!).
In this case, the rescuer does not get a rescue point and the request is kept open forever.
Ahh.. the „most Wanted“ functionality is still the creation of rescue request for TBs that are stuck at another CACHER. 🙂 .
For this, please also read “Rescue a TB that is stuck at another geocacher“.
Well.. Other than that… The situation at tb-run.com is even better: Everything is working fine.
By now we have more than 500 races with over 3800 Trackables in total.
We dont have a standstill, improvements are just postponed 🙂
Thats it for now, Yours sincerly, Sascha
(currently crossing the atlantic during a flight… having some time to let my mind wander….)