Thanks so much, David, it seems to be fixed now! :-)

@janole

On 31 Mrz., 01:21, David Helder <da...@twitter.com> wrote:
> This should work now.  Let us know if you see any further problems.
>
> David
>
> On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 12:32 PM, David Helder <da...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > We're working on this.
>
> > David
> > Twitter Geo Developer
>
> > On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 10:42 AM, janole <s...@mobileways.de> wrote:
>
> >> I've been getting some "bug" reports of users of my Twitter client
> >> Gravity since yesterday evening.
>
> >> The mapping of "places" for coordinates North of London seems to be
> >> buggy.
>
> >> Geotagging a tweet with latitude 52.41 and longitude -1.90 (somewhere
> >> near Birmingham, UK) claims that this is a place in Alaska, US!
>
> >> {"place":{"place_type":"admin","country_code":"US","bounding_box":
> >> {"type":"Polygon","coordinates":[[[-179.231086,51.175092],
> >> [179.859681,51.175092],[179.859681,71.441059],
> >> [-179.231086,71.441059]]]},"full_name":"Alaska,
> >> US","name":"Alaska","id":"07179f4fe0500a32","country":"The United
> >> States of America","url":"http://api.twitter.com/1/geo/id/
> >> 07179f4fe0500a32.json"}
>
> >> The coordinates in the tweet are still correct, though:
>
> >> "coordinates":{"type":"Point","coordinates":[-1.9,52.41]}
>
> >> Unfortunately, the website seems to use the wrong place instead of the
> >> correct coordinates.
>
> >> ole @ mobileways.de
> >>http://twitter.com/janole
>
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