We combine data from a number of open content sources to produce our guides. It's amazing to see how good the information us that you can find on wikipedia, world66, wikitravel or openstreetmap. So we're always busy trying to optimize our data extraction process: get fresh data, try to match different sources better, make the scoring better. We optimize the scripts that produce our database and we get a new dataset.
We have a number of tests to see if that new dataset is any good, but I like to browse through it by hand just to see how we are doing. Today I had a look at some place in Morocco I know quite well. One of them is Erfoud. It's a small town very close to the sand dunes. Nothing much to do there, besides renting a jeep that takes you to the dunes.
In the new dataset, we have a pretty nice Erfoud guide. There's even a nightlife section. It has one place: a bar where you can get fresh orange juice, and that's how I remember the nightlife of this desert town. And there's a bunch of places to go eating out.
The top spot is taken by...
The snail street vendor. There are street vendors offering snails all over Morocco. I'm not much of a snail eater myself, but apparently this one does a great job making snail snacks. We even have the guys location: