Open sourcing update

We’re making good progress on this, after a stalled attempt to sort things out back in March when a busy period then struck. Our previous update has some background on this overall initiative. Firstly, we’re planning a Developer Day in late summer – more news soon. The last month or so has seen significant refactoring of some […]

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CycleStreets Android app is one year old

Jez, the Lead Developer of our Android app, writes: The CycleStreets Android app when live a year ago yesterday. At the end of that first day there were a mighty 4 of what the Android Market calls “active device installs”. As of June 19, there are 10,089. Over the first six months, installs climbed pretty quickly for […]

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CycleStreets feedback triaging/handling system

CycleStreets gets lots of useful feedback, both on details of routes we provide and on system features. The quality of reported route feedback bugs is generally fairly high – users tend to give enough detail to enable the problem to be investigated properly. Simple “The route was problematic here” feedbacks are very rare. The feedback system we […]

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