many bugs have been fixed already. The current stats  show, that now Germany has fewer bugs remaining than Russia, now.
The remaining bugs (22540) are distributed over 23 countries. Here’s how bug count proceeds.
Most of the bugs are in big cities. About 3000 bugs around Moscow. No new bugs are added. I’ve talked to the mapper that added most of the new bugs since November .
Only few bugs have been fixed during phase out.
Great progress in Germany. We startet with about 14500 bugs. I guess we will finish this month.
Very little progress. (70 Bugs fixed). Can anyone promote it to GB mappers?
The bugs are distributed over the whole country.
Very little progress. Large bug clusters in Sicilia and Milano. Can anyone promote the phase out to IT mappers? I will ask the major contributors of bugs, too.
Very little progress.
France is currently the only country, where still a few bugs are added with the geovelo website. (http://www.geovelo.fr/)
Very little progress
Very little progress. Most bugs are around Barcelona.
one third is gone
no progress at all
most of the bugs are mapping notes. I’ll talk to the mapper.
little progress. Not a big deal as German mappers can help here ;-)
So. Please promote the OSB phase out to the countries with little progress and help fixing and reviewing bugs. Thanks.
Comment from smsm1 on 6 January 2014 at 10:46
How about a progress bar for each country on some status web page?
Comment from Sanjak on 6 January 2014 at 15:51
Comment from marscot on 6 January 2014 at 22:25
ok I am on the case in Scotland
Comment from LivingWithDragons on 26 January 2014 at 14:13
Thank you for your help in GB. It would be nice if your change sets were a little smaller, one covered 3 cities and several towns.
When I looked at OSB earlier this month, a lot were marking discrepancies in names with Ordnance Survey Locator data or they were housing developments that need watching. That means they really need on-the-ground checking. Currently it’s very wet so my cycling-distance is limited. I manually moved some OSBs to Notes.
Comment from werner2101 on 8 February 2014 at 09:02
@smsm1: I’ve created some stats by country e.g.n germany
I usually fixed an area with 75 Bugs. The size of the are is mostly defined by bug density in the areas.