The whole issue is bound to become political - your post being the proof. I’ve always considered Zwift apparent reluctance to advance this issue as related to such controversies (but this is just my interpretation…)
As there is no way to consolidate such differences in Zwift (people can’t consolidate it in the world outside Zwift!), a list will have to be conjured - and the UN member state list is the closest available as a “global” agreement.
(Edit: Yes, I know you are from Taiwan. No, I have no way of solving all the world’s problems.)
Edit: Which also reminds me of the different legends Google Maps shows to people from diffract countries…
Not necessarily. Yes, I’m in Taiwan which can be considered political in certain terms. But, I definitely did not intend to come across w/any political angle. That said, many of the countries missing flags are not what I would call controversial (e.g., St Vincent and the Grenadines).
Anyways, Shooj said work has been done. So, lets wait and see what countries have been added.
Thank you for the response. I do appreciate that Zwift is trying to expand the platform and focus on other things like eRacing, anti sandbagging and stuff for the pros and rush towards an IPO. But there are average regular users that do not race that have been here for a long time. we seem to get ignored. The message of “We are working on it” can only appease the masses for so long. It comes off as “let them eat cake”
hiring or not hiring developers is not the issue. To your point, It is a company-wide viewpoint on the thing. Let us focus on features and fixes that will increase the user base. Zwift’s motivation: as long as the number of new users is more than the number of users leaving then there is no issue.
changes are driven by this:
Will this feature or bug fix attract new users? if yes, then add it to the latest Sprint. If no then tell them that we are working on it and hang up the phone.