My philosophy in maintaining the sheet has been that some data is better than no data. I don't think anything should be deleted, with the exception of entries that don't have a corresponding account on MNL. Almost every entry has been updated at least once since Jan. To delete people that haven't updated in 30 days is way overkill. I updated a LOT of entries recently of people that just got their car but haven't updated in several months. I see no reason people should be deleted just because they don't visit the spreadsheet every 30 days to update their information that may or may not have changed.
If you really want to have such a small dataset, then download a copy of the current spreadsheet, make the changes you want to make and post it back up in your own account.
The entries with obviously wrong order date...sure we can delete their order date to bump them to the bottom of the list.
Please just accept that no one has time to chase after people to update their entry. Hey if someone want's to do so, go for it but I believe it's futile. The spreadsheet is 'user generated', so it is what the users make it. It will be useless when the masses make it useless. But the fact is, a few people can't make up for non-participation of tens or hundreds of others. It just isn't going to happen.
Canceled orders are noted and kept as a placeholder for the VIN. It's just another datapoint. The more data, the better. It's not polluting the dataset. Especially since they represent like .01% of all entries.
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