It’s only possible via Spotlite - so you were likely using an app like SOTA Goat or RRT or whatever the cool kids are using these days.
The new version of SOTAWatch and the accompanying API check validity so this won’t be an issue going forwards.
If we turned off Spotlite, a disturbing number of people would complain, so we’re gradually working on moving it over to the API and dealing with the change as it happens. A reasonable timeline might be the end of the year. Of course, the ability to spot wildcard summits with RBNHole will no doubt disappear at this point too, which’ll cause another round of complaints.
Like every bug, when we get to it.
We’re probably at about 99% of the systems using a single database source of truth. Of course, VB-512 is still in the database. It’s not currently in a valid period, but someone might go back and enter their log from their activation when it was valid, so it’s still a summit (albeit a currently invalid one).
Anyway, this isn’t an issue with any of the databases, it’s an issue with Spotlite.