Remove Clearly Incorrect Wayspot
While trying to verify that the Ingress portal in Navarro was restored in the Ingress Mission Authoring Tool, I accidentally discovered a wayspot that was placed in an incorrect location.
Deleting it would seem to be the proper course of action.
Usually, a wayspot like this that exists on the high seas and is not ordinarily accessible should be able to be removed without a removal report.
If you need the email rejected by the deletion report, please delete it as soon as possible by creating a dynamic link in Ingress and sending a deletion report.
And while we don't know when these wayspots went live or were fixed, we think you guys need to investigate this review.
There are inevitably a few Wayfinders who tap or click incorrectly on reviews.
However, it is not the right time for this to occur or be corrected in this location.
I have to give at least 40 accounts a higher score for what I am guessing.
It is indeed hard to imagine that 40 accounts could be wrong.
On a side note, Navarro has not yet been restored.
I have advised the Ingress team to deal with the situation as I can guess, but please make sure Portal is restored as soon as possible.
@NianticLC @NianticTintino-ING @NianticAaron
I have received no response at all.
Has the Wayfarer team and staff diminished in capacity to the point where they cannot respond quickly to such an obvious mistake?
If you can't even respond to a deletion report that can be easily determined like this, you might as well revert back to your pre-October organization and let the Ingress team handle the deletion reports that don't involve wayfinder penalties.
At least the Ingress team responded much more quickly and appropriately than you guys did.
Hi @tp235-ING! It looks like we haven’t gotten to this request yet or it hasn’t been submitted via the Scanner; at this time, we only take appeals to overturn decisions we’ve already made.
I do not agree about you say.
Common sense would dictate that if your team continue to allow this problem to continue these unauthorized Wayspots will cause enormous damage to Lightship.
In my opinion, continue to allow this problem be contaminated is tantamount to being complicit in contaminating it.
There are only two actions you should take.
Let me tell you what they are. very easy.
Investigate who created the fraudulent Wayspots.
Promptly remove the rogue Wayspos.
I advise you that you need to do these actions before pasting a copy and paste text.
It's so ridiculous and appalling.
You are a very good engineer in my opinion.
Perhaps you went to an excellent school.
I’m sure you studied natural sciences and geography among other things.
Do you think those wayspot photos show a monument or stone plate surrounded by mountains of Japanese vegetation on the high seas just below the equator off Papua New Guinea?
That is something even a schoolboy can understand.
And do you think that an agent or trainer could go to that location on the high seas in the normal way and file a removal report?
They normally can't, can they?
You are a good person, so you should be able to understand that.
And why then did you bother to delete the Navarro portal, which many of you have lectured us that the Ingress team was moving to Antarctica?
You must realize that your output is inconsistent.
You need to combine scientific common sense with knowledge.
They are useless unless they are connected.
You might also want to look at the fact that there are similar objects scattered all over the Atlantic Ocean.
I can't see the exact latitude and longitude of some wayspots, but you can see them using the Ingress mission authoring tool.
I've got the exact latitude and longitude of these two portals and some of the ones I found over the Atlantic Ocean on Intelmap, so I'll make my dynamic links and report them for deletion.
Please remove them as soon as possible.
But you should study more than that.
I can't speak highly enough of your work and I don't think you have the knowledge to handle the Lightship database.
This thing is literally located on the ocean.
@NianticLC or maybe @NianThib is there any explanation why would you require rejection email for a Wayspot in the middle of the ocean, while LC just agreed to remove special Wayspots in Antarctica without any rejection email? Are you expected someone from PNG or maybe Jayapura, Indonesia to sail through that Wayspot and report it?
Or should I call the Ambassador who's an expert at this field, @LukeAllStars-ING for explanation?
I recently found some Wayspots in the ocean, too. They were any sort of editing mistake, had twice the Same coordonates (-x lat, -x long) so it must have been an error. I even found the correct Location of one of them. I managed to get them removed via ingame report. Maybe try the dynamic Link Method?
Strange thing in the ocean: https://intel.ingress.com/intel?ll=-32.853897,-32.853897&z=17&pll=-32.853897,-32.853897
As visible, the coordinates are very similar.
How did you find it?
I had no idea where it was!
Now that I have the location, I will leave the minor corrections in feet to you.
Please fix it ASAP.
I know that you are a global company.
And I believe that LC is probably in the US.
But if you are a global company, please update the system so that things can be tracked in real-time whenever you touch the Lightship database in each region, or REMOVE or EDIT reports submitted by players and CANCEL or HOLD them as well as nominations.
As for this case, it was a coincidence that the correct location was found over the weekend.
So please move the portal to the correct location, rather than deleting it on the high seas by mistake.
5 days have already passed since the request was made.
There has been no movement at all.
However, it is a good idea to duplicate the "Onaga Wren" as it seems to have a similar WAYSPOT.
The other "Hometown Road Building Monument" remains deleted.
Please edit it ASAP so we have the correct information.
Thanks for the appeal, @tp235-ING. After reviewing the additional evidence provided, we’ve decided to retire the Wayspots in question.
I don't want to use too many swear words, I'm going to assume you are an elementary schoolboy and explain the details.
First, I requested deletion and you refused.
So, in response to you, I created a dynamic link and reported it for deletion.
In the meantime, another Ingress agent who happened to see this post managed to identify the correct location thousands of kilometers away.
I therefore asked you to move to the correct location.
However, before you knew it, another staff member emailed me to say that he had deleted it and wanted me to move it to the correct location and restore it for you.
However, you did not read all of this or responded in a ridiculous manner.
Here is the timeline.
If you can't verify the correct location I will tell you.
Title Hometown Road Building Monument
(correct) 35.107656, 134.441451
Title Long-tailed Wren
(Correct) 27.1002, 142.2018 (duplicate)
Please restore and move to the correct location as soon as possible.
We've reviewed this and made the necessary changes to Wayspots in question. Thanks!