Author Topic: Did I do the right thing?  (Read 208 times)

Offline Griff Grof

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Re: Did I do the right thing?
« on: April 20, 2012, 10:14:28 pm »
Yes, I get that happening with more logs online too. It really irritates me how people take the time and effort to sign the log, and others just walk by. One of my caches had been found by 10 people ("the winding hawthorn") and only two had signed the cache - Delta68, and Wrighty. Decided to be kind and give them the benefit of the doubt though... Some just log them even though it was a DNF purely for numbers  :'(

Hate to contradict here, but good to get a little debate going. I still think contacting the reviewer was the right thing, at the end of the day the owner is the owner - they could, or could not take action on the cache. On the other hand, a reviewer would take action in disabling the cache temporarily, and so the owner would still have to fix it without much choice - so I do think you did the right thing. Though, you could have also contacted the owner at the same time...
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