Good afternoon and thanks a lot for your reaction.
I am not sure whether this is a problem only I have, but when I go to the "maps" section in Profile stats (http://project-gc.com/Profile/ProfileStats#Maps
) and select, when it comes to Spain, Comunidad de Madrid, the map on my screen shows the province of Madrid in green. It shows surrounding provinces in grey, because they don’t belong to the Comunidad de Madrid. However, it shows the province of Segovia in white as if it belonged to the Comunidad de Madrid and I hadn’t found any caches there. Both is incorrect. So, the province of Segovia should be grey, and the map should not be drawn in a way to have space for the province of Segovia as well. (It should extend from N 39° 51’ to N 41° 10’.)
When I originally posted my request, in the geographical menus – e.g. http://project-gc.com/Tools/MapCompare?profile_name=k%2Bgw%2Ba&country=Spain®ion=Comunidad+de+Madrid&county=Comunidad+de+Madrid&nonefound=on&onefound=on&showdisabled=on&showarchived=on&submit=Filter
– there were two third level units ("counties") in the Comunidad de Madrid, namely "Comunidad de Madrid" and "Segovia". The latter was wrong, but is no longer shown, so this has been corrected in the meantime.
As for the name question, I don’t think it’s a question of polygons (I haven’t seen any irregularities there). The polgyon for Comunidad de Madrid should be exactly the same as for the province of Madrid. It just should be named "Comunidad de Madrid" as a region, but "Madrid" as a province (="county" on Project-GC).
There is another strange thing with the Spain map in Profile stats (http://project-gc.com/Profile/ProfileStats#Maps):
until today, when I looked at the map according to regions it ended just south of the Canary Islands. However, looking at it according to counties, it extended further south to show also most of western Africa - which is superfluous and just makes Spain smaller. Interestingly enough, as of today this map inlcuding western Africa is also shown for the regions.
(A couple of months ago, the Canary Islands were simply not shown and Spain ended south of mainland Spain. The preferred option in my opinion is to include the Canary Islands but limit the map there, i.e. at N 27°, rather than extending it south to N 7° as it is now - maybe this is just a typo?)
Thanks so much for all your effort - I hope my question is a bit clearer now.