[GeoStL] Re: Cache Question - Deleting a log

  • From: Mike Lusicic <lusicic@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 09:52:37 -0500

- How many finds do they have? They may not even know that there is a log category to indicate that they did not find it. Now if their count is high, I would think they are just trying to get the "sympathy" find. Or if the owner doesn't respond, then it isn't being monitored, and they get the count anyway by default. So if they have a low count, help them along and explain what a DNF log is, and if not, remind the experienced guy that if you could log a DNF as a find there would not be a need for a DNF category of logs entries.

I have only been at this a year, and I have not been very active in it, but that doesn't stop me from having an opinion :-)

Jen wrote:
Does one have the right to delete a log if the person stated quote "Found this one but cache was missing. Seems to be a very busy area."
This was logged as a find.  We checked this cache last night and yes it is there.
How would you deal with this?

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