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Offline rickmastfan67

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How to report errors
« on: January 08, 2016, 04:54:20 am »
To make this as easy as possible for the contributors to find threads referencing states/countries they are actively maintaining, please follow the following standards when naming threads.

1. For US states or Canadian provinces, please use the 2 letter postal abbreviation at the start of the topic name.  For example, if you wanted to report an error in Pennsylvania, you would title the thread subject as "PA: US-22 rerouted in Reading" (without quotes).
2. For other countries other than the US or Canada, please use the full country name, like as follows: "France: E25 renumbered to E554" (without quotes).

As for the subject of the error, please just generalize that part and put the meat and bones in the main part of the thread. ;)

This will allow us to identify which threads are areas we maintain and respond to them faster. :)

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Re: How to report errors
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2018, 01:53:35 pm »
When a reported error is fixed or it is clarified that it isn't an error, the topic is marked solved and moved to the Solved Highway data updates board. It might take some time till the change will live on the site.

When the region's maintainer has looked into it but needs more evidence, the topic gets the icon.