since WoWHead and WoWDB do not track spawns of Legion herbs (yet, or ever, it seems unclear), some people have asked if they can contribute their own gathered data for inclusion in GatherMate2_Data.
After briefly looking into how I could pull this off, I concluded there is really no reason not to do that.
So I'll be building some scripts to combine the user-provided data and package it into GatherMate2_Data.
What do I need to do that? Well! Data, of course. I have plenty Legion Herb data myself, but no mining and barely any fishing.
So if you want to contribute, upload your data somewhere and link it here, and I'll integrate it within the next week or so.
Upload your "World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\<name>\SavedVariables\GatherMate2.lua" to any file sharing service of your choice (simple things like OneDrive, Google Drive, DropBox preferred, mega also ok), and post a link to that here. I'll quickly check them and then run them through my script to include the nodes in the central database.
Well preferably one wouldn't have a bunch of duplicates and stuff, so it should filter out nodes that are basically identical, but not quite (like overlapping but due to inaccuracies not identical), and things like that.
Merging the plain databases isn't the hard work. :)
Everything contributed until now has been imported, cleaned and de-duplicated. A new release of GatherMate2_Data should be available soon.
To avoid excess node spam, nodes very close to each other may have been cleaned up, but that should be within a few in-game yards, so nothing is really lost. GatherMate2 would never have collected nodes that close to each other, anyway, not with default cleanup settings.
So in short, the database is what you would get after manually combining all data listed here and using the GM2 Cleanup function in the Maintenance section.
Here is my lot, right after you updated _Data and I imported. It contains herbs, mines, fish, and those mana crystals in Suramar. I also performed a database cleanup before uploading, using GatherMate2's tool.