=Edit--- Lots of bugs to be ironed out. I tried to sign up and got this.
The page isn't redirecting properly. Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
I counted 26 U.S. users and 6 Canadian users. Half of Canada's users are on my island and one is 5 miles away. I didn't expect that. One listing in Toronto was a message letting people know that a large area of service berries in a park were ripe. When I first typed in Canada, no results were found. Individual province searches worked. The site will have to get many more users to make it useful.
I checked out many of the listings and none contained a review. I assume that few know about the site and that when someone does find out about it, they don't find a grower near them.
If you click on the cherries on Vancouver Island, a map will come up. Zoom out three times and you'll see the Nanaimo River near the bottom of the map. There I am.
Dale Hodgins wrote:2. National search didn't reveal all Canadian users.
Dale Hodgins wrote:3. Most local searches will be fruitless until numbers increase. So, this one isn't a computer issue.
Matu Collins wrote:I signed up with no trouble at all. I haven't put any of my crops up yet but there's not much ripe right now. We've got sunchokes and parsnips in abundance on warm days.
Nothing in my area but I bet if I did some footwork I could get farmers and folks in my state to sign up.
Matu Collins wrote:I'm not sure I'm keen on putting my exact location into a map. I love to show people around my place but I don't want random members of the public roaming around..