Sorry you took it that way Enzo. I have no idea how big or small the running community is on Zwift. Some of my best friends run on Zwift and I would NEVER ridicule them for running indoors! The entire post was merely meant to highlight the lighter side of Zwift Bugdates. Or something like that.
I find it pretty ridiculous that we get things like different color shoes when there are so many issues that are screaming for attention. And we get those things in an update that may break more things than it fixes; this has happened. For instance here are a few things that worked before a Bugdate and don’t:
- Event chat is still broken after it was effed up during, I think, the January Bugdate. There’s been a HUGE outcry about this one and at least one of the ensuing Bugdates was supposed to address it and that “fix” actually broke it more with an instacrash when you posted a message of more than 150 characters (although, I’m wondering how anybody posts a message that long; I don’t have that many brain cells available during my Zwift sessions.)
- The Fence is still spotty after a year of fooling around.
- The leaderboard is still unreliable after, I think, the September '19 Bugdate.
- London gradient is still completely fouled up. I think that was early last year before we started losing confidence in ZwiftHQ’s ability to keep up.
I’m sure there’s more but you get the gist.
So I wonder what’s going to go south after the upcoming Bugdate.