Last week we released some improvements which increased the speed of the site and fixed the error messages that were far too common during the last months.
As I told you in the previous post, we are testing more frequent updates. For the moment those test are working well and now photos up to ID 14,200,000 are added to Google Earth. This means a delay of only 2-3 weeks from the upload to the layer Google Earth. Just notice that photos added in these frequent updates are only visible in low zoom levels.
Unfortunately not all are good news. In the latest update we wanted to change the color of the gray squares in Google Earth to blue, but something went wrong. We need to wait until the next update on October 24th for this change.