The big clean up three weeks ago has held, inasmuch as none of the stuff which should not have been there has crept back in after being replaced.
However, there are still a few dodgy links. Few enough that I can easily list them here:
323 - all 7 schedules dated 11/01/2020 (s/b 25/01/2020)
362 - all 3 schedules dated 07/07/2012 (s/b 19/04/2020)
D6 - all 3 schedules dated 29/09/2018 (s/b 30/11/2019)
94/N94 - 3 schedules (Su SuNt and MTNt) dated 07/12/2019 (s/b 16/05/2020)
243/N243 - 2 schedules (Su and SuNT) dated 13/07/2019 (s/b 04/04/2020)
E3 - 1 schedule (Su) dated 28/09/2019 (s/b 16/05/2020)
UL18 - 1 schedule (sSuj) dated 08/09/2019 (s/b 13/09/2020)
UL69 - 1 schedule (sSuj) dated 22/03/2020 (s/b 13/09/2020)
“s/b” is not guesswork. Schedules with these dates have been available in the past but have been overwritten. Maybe these are special cases but without an explanation it is hard to feel really confident that all is rosy in the garden.
The same goes for the lack of any explanation of what was going wrong in the first place. We’ve been here before - mass cleanup of (nearly) all errors, then OK for a time, then kicking off again. It would be nice to have a reason to feel confident that that will not happen again.