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  1. I like the idea. We just need someone who writes the virtual category and we have to think about the options we offer. I like option 2 (very unique ones and maybe super large ones about 200 items), I see no problem to combine these two criterias as long as the description state it clear.
  2. GPSr prices have gone up, and it's getting harder to find something under $200 that isn't the Etrex 10... Oregon 700 or GPSMAP 64s is a good choice but around $250... Or upgrade your current phone to something like the Moto G8 or an Iphone 7, which is around $200 but accurate as any GPSr on the market. You'll get a much nicer cellphone that fully works with geocaching.
  3. Hi, I know this question gets asked a lot but I'm looking for recommendations on a GPS to use for geocaching. I'm still mostly new to this and used to use my phone but recently had to switch to a cheap $50 Samsung and it gets cranky and freezes a lot so geocaching wouldn't be the best for it. I don't have much money and I'm looking for something hopefully less than $200. Thanks in advance for any help y'all can provide.
  4. Some cachers will always say that it's fun - but that doesn't mean anything. Sometimes they just say so (as they don't know what to write) or it was fun as they like geocaching in general. But that does not make a geocache favourable - like kind of "I won't forget this cool cache for a long time and will be happy to remember it later." What does the difficulty have to do here? if I find your cache easy - why should this be a reason to give it a favourite point?! I have to admit, I personally tend to give the harder ones FP because those are special. I just took a look at your last hide (https://coord.info/GC920CB). The container is a medicine bottle which isn't what I want to find in the woods. That's for medicine not for caches. The coordinates are directly at the parking coordinates so how can this be a special location (I don't know)? The listing is short and doesn't tell anything worthy to read. It's one of those caches - probably not a bad one but from the distance I am convinced that I wouldn't give a FP here also. What do you think makes it so special? By the way: I have put out several hides where each one took me many - many! - hours of thinking and planning. I've got a mystery multi which took my about 200 hours to make the riddle and the outdoor part. How much time did you take for putting out your caches? As you are new and you already six hides I don't think that's too much - so better take more time for one hide than hide many caches. It's quality not quantity and quality takes time and effort - and creativeness. :-) Best wishes Jochen
  5. As it is a milestone for me I thought that it is time to update my stats. I now have 200 First-Category-Post-in-a-Country waymarks (Copyright by fi67 ). That's more than double of what I had 3 years ago. Also, due to our travels of the last few years, the number of different countries has increased from 9 to 15. The 200 waymarks per country: Austria - 113 Albania - 6 Bosnia and Herzegovina - 4 Croatia - 2 Hungary - 1 Italy - 1 Monaco - 14 Montenegro - 2 North Macedonia - 21 Norway - 2 Poland - 1 Serbia - 19 Slovakia - 4 Slovenia - 1 Sweden - 9 With these 200 waymarks I covered 183 different categories, which means that there are a few categories, where I have the first waymark in different countries. For example, I have the first "Official Local Tourism Attractions" waymark in Bosnia & Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Serbia.
  6. Ich will jetzt da nicht der Naturschädigung das Wort reden -. aber was Du da schilderst, ist harmlos. Vielleicht sogar nützlich. Da gibts andere Dinge, die man meiden sollte. Zum Beispiel Astlöcher. Oder andere Löcher, die oft Unterschlupfe sind. Oder bergseitige Böschungen. Oder oder oder. Aber am wichtigsten ist, sich Gedanken zu machen. Auch über den Effekt, ob man nicht massenweise Leute herlockt (im Normalfall ist das ausserhalb von Schnellgreifrunden und 3 km weg vom Parkplatz eher nicht der Fall). Und dass es sinnvoll ist, Caches so zu verstecken, dass Cacher die einfach finden - was (von Versteckideen mit Mehrwert abgesehen) sowieso die Regel sein sollte. Aber die Challange, Caches naturverträglich zu verstecken bzw. die damit verbundenen Effekte zu minimieren, ist eine interne - wenn auch höchst lobenswerte - Challenge. Da sind wir bei bei den schlimmsten beim Grad 3 auf der Skala - der Forst und andere Naturnutzungen bei gefühlten 200 - jeden Tag. Das muss man auch einordnen. Höchsten Anspruch nach innen - realistische Betrachtungsweisen nach aussen. Gruss Zappo
  7. Wondering if anyone in the St. Louis area would mind hunting down a TB from a recently archived cache? It may not even be there, as it may have been muggled right before the cache was archived. Not sure. Cache is (was) the TB Chateau at GCRDJD. TB is TB7797W. She's travelled more than 20,000 miles from Missouri all the way to Hawaii and back, up through the east coast, only to make it within 200 miles of her goal to get back home to us before this happened. We'd love to see her again. She's a seahorse travelling with a froggy friend on the same chain. We know it's a long shot, but if there's even a slim chance that she might be able to make it home, we have to try!! Thanks!!
  8. It's because the Wherigo Foundation site is an alternate listing service. It was supposed to demonstrate to Groundspeak what we were intending to do with Wherigo so we could run Wherigo for Groundspeak, free of charge for everyone involved. The other Wherigo player apps and builders are on Groundspeak's ban list because of the same reason: they're an alternate to something else--their PocketPC app and their builder, respectively. Though I worked to get community work officially recognized, those at the top of Groundspeak never communicated any of their verbal support to those enforcing Groundspeak's guidelines. Throughout Wherigo's lifetime, regardless of individual intentions at the company, Groundspeak's apparent attitude has always felt one of apathy and passive hostility towards anyone attempting to make their product more accessible to the community. I coined the term "the Wherigo Foundation is Fight Club". They've always told their reviewers not to allow any mention of the Wherigo Foundation or other non-Groundspeak Wherigo applications in cache listings. It's just that the reviewers aren't consistent with each other that caches in some areas were published and others not. Part of the partnership agreement I was reviewing did state that, if the Wherigo Foundation site were to be discontinued, all cartridge files would be provided to Groundspeak for dispersal to community members. I was planning to do that, anyway, so that was fine. There was one other clause I haven't before talked openly about. Suffice it to say, the way I interpreted it, if I ever walked away from Wherigo and did not transition its running to others, the entire game would come to an end. I did not like that Wherigo would then seem to rely on one person's continued health, existence, and interest. The partnership agreement never panned out because Groundspeak took too long in replying, which further showed their apathy (I'd say nine months, several times, classifies as too long, regardless of how patient you are--while waiting for one such reply, I had a house built and moved into it). An odd quirk to all this is this Wherigo forum. Why can we openly talk about these applications? The answer is a combination of me and Groundspeak's apathy. Back when matejcik and charlenni first presented their applications, the forum rule was that moderators needed to clear through Groundspeak talk of new applications. So, as the moderator, I hid the threads and sought approval. Groundspeak did not reply for a month, so I unhid the thread. When that second application was announced, I hid the thread again and asked Groundspeak. I again didn't hear a reply and unhid the thread. Later, I did get a reply, saying it was fine and that there wasn't anyone at Groundspeak who could speak for authorizing these, so that's why it took so long. I asked, then, for something no other moderator has: the authority to make these decisions on my own. It was granted. Ever since then, so long as something wasn't commercial, I allowed it. Now, mind you, Groundspeak's employees have definitely changed since then, so no one there remembers that this responsibility was delegated, so would likely take it away. Another odd footnote is Wherigo\\kit. I am able to use Groundspeak's API for authentication, which does require approval and a review. More recently, when I had to submit an updated overview of this application, I was asked by someone at Groundspeak if I wanted Kit to appear in the list of official Groundspeak partners. I guffawed, pointing out that Groundspeak's reviewers do not allow caches to be published if they mention Kit, the Wherigo Foundation, or any other application, so listing Kit as an official Groundspeak partner would thoroughly confuse the situation, so Groundspeak should really consider its stance on the matter. This was about two years ago. Finally, something that irritates me. Groundspeak allows cachers to mention GSAK and Project GC in their cache listings. Both are commercial applications--GSAK was up until recently and Project GC pushes a subscription model. Groundspeak also allows mention of other commercial applications in cache listings. But, yet, when it comes to everything the community has done to help Groundspeak with Wherigo--and everything we have has always been free, with the individual developer shouldering 100% of the continued cost--Groundspeak has this as their official position. And, believe me, there are ongoing costs. I average about $200/month for hosting, storage, SSL/TLS license, and domain registrations between Kit, the Wherigo Foundation site, DevOps/TFS, and the staging areas I use when publishing. I could decrease the cost by doing a shared hosting plan, I suppose. I suppose I could have still continued to create things. But there comes a time when one needs a solid support group to provide feedback and motivation. I don't have that. And you'd figure people in my own area would be really supportive of my endeavors, be it Wherigo or having found almost 95K caches. They're not. There's a distinct anti-Wherigo feeling in my area. There have been some that would like it if I quit geocaching altogether. So, no support there. One can continue only so long against the flow and apathy before exhausting oneself. So, later, my job became the beneficiary of some of my free time. I worked uncompensated overtime 300 hours last year and 400 hours this year (and no time off). You'd think they'd be grateful, but instead I get managers telling me they're not asking me to work extra hours and they're apathetic about all the things I'm doing to fix their aging application single-handedly. No encouragement, no support, no appreciation from there. Sigh. So, anyway, that's my view on the matter. There are always other sides to it, though I've tried to be neutral.
  9. The same user apparently visited two of my waymarks 200 km apart. Both without pictures. The first one stated that he/die walked by it, the second one simply "and another". I deleted the second visit.
  10. One of my favorite caches had lat/long coordinates that would take you to a strip mall parking lot. There were quite a DNF logs which said that they search in the obvious spot (a light pole skirt...I know that you don't have them in the U.K.). Although the listing didn't include elevation, there were clues in the listing which suggested that it was not in the parking log, but under the parking lot. About 200' from the published coordinates was an entrance to a tunnel under the parking lot and a mostly dry creek bed. The surface of the earth was actually under the parking lot. There was also a heavily favorited cache in German that required one to get into an elevator (which also had room for a car) which took you down to a tunnel that went under a river. If one looked at an satellite map with the lat/long coordinates it would appear that the cache was in the middle of the river, instead of in the tunnel about half way through. Since elevation is not included in geocache metadata, the terrain rating can be used to give seekers a clue to where the container is hidden. For that cache in Germany, the fact that it didn't have a T5 rating indicated that it was not *in* the river and would require special equipment.
  11. Celebrate 20 years of geocaching at Community Celebration Events Beginning today, eligible geocachers can apply to host Community Celebration Events in 2020. These events will enable cachers around the world to commemorate the 20th anniversary of geocaching with a new icon and souvenir. This cache type was originally known as the Lost and Found Event Cache. It was created for events that were hosted by geocachers from April 30, 2010 to May 3, 2010 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of geocaching. Just 362 Lost and Found Events were held, so a very limited number of cachers earned the icon. We’re excited that many thousands more cachers will have a chance to celebrate a big anniversary and get the redesigned icon in 2020! To be eligible to apply to host a Community Celebration Event, you must meet the following criteria: Attendance: You must have attended at least two (2) Events or CITOs within the last three (3) years (between December 2, 2016 and December 2, 2019). Activity: You must have logged a cache within the past six (6) months (between June 2, 2019 and December 2, 2019). If you meet the criteria, apply via the opt-in page by June 3, 2020. If you own multiple Geocaching.com accounts, please apply with only one account. Each month from January through October, at least 2,020 hosts will be randomly selected from those who opt-in (with geographic distribution). If selected, you will receive one of 20,200 or more Community Celebration Events! All official community volunteers (reviewers, moderators, and translators), and the primary accounts for all 2020 Mega- and Giga-Events will receive a Celebration Event. Winners must host events between May 2, 2020 and December 31, 2020. Events must be a minimum of two hours, and cannot overlap with events associated with a Mega- or Giga-Event. For more guidance, see the Help Center article on Community Celebration Events. Between Community Celebration Events and the Geocaching 20th Anniversary Celebration in Seattle, 2020 is shaping up to be quite a party! Here are answers to some common questions: How did you choose the number of Community Celebration Events to be released worldwide? Since we’re turning 20 in the year 2020, we think the best way to celebrate is with more than 20,200 birthday parties around the world! To provide the best experience for all attendees and to prevent over-saturation, we’re offering a limited, special release of the icon. Why are you distributing 2,020 per month, instead of giving them all at once? We believe there will be a lot of excitement about publishing these events. We want to distribute the effort of reviewing them by community volunteer reviewers over time. And we hope this helps minimizes people choosing the same date and time for their event. I just submitted my request for a Community Celebration Event Cache, when will I find out whether I receive one? The applicants selected to host a Community Celebration Event will be notified via email between January and October 2020. If you misplace the email, the Event page will be created on your Geocaching.com account and will display in your list of unpublished caches. Applicants who are not selected will not be notified. I don’t qualify to host a Community Celebration Event, what can I do? You may not qualify to host this particular cache type, but you are still eligible to host a regular Event Cache with your own celebration theme! I want to celebrate a geocaching anniversary on a specific date, what can I do? Unfortunately, selected event hosts won’t be determined ahead of time, so we are unable to honor requests for cachers with a specific date in mind. We recommend hosting a regular Event Cache with your own celebration theme, instead. I received the opportunity to host a Community Celebration Event Cache, how soon can I submit it to my reviewer for publishing? Community Celebration Events may be submitted for review up to six (6) months and no less than two (2) weeks in advance of your chosen Event date. How long do I have to submit my Community Celebration Event Cache for review? Events may be hosted May 2, 2020 through December 31, 2020. The final date to submit the cache page of your Community Celebration Event is December 17, 2020. I just logged drafts for finding a cache or attending Events or CITOs, why don’t I qualify to host this Event? All logging activity must have occurred prior to December 2, 2019 to qualify. Although the date of your draft may have been before this date, the date you submitted the draft is ineligible. How do I find a Community Celebration Event happening near me? We’re glad you asked! View a list of Community Celebration Events here. (This information is also available in the Geocaching Blog.)
  12. After running a mini non-event with local cachers at my Wherigo last night, a few of them wanted a rundown on the known working hardware platforms. I searched through the messages on the board and came up with this list. Feel free to reply with anything else that works. Asus MyPal A639 AT&T 8525 with Windows Mobile 6 and a Bluetooth GPSr (i.Trek M7) Dell Axim X3(Windows 03) connected to an Etrex Summit Dell Axim X51v Pocket PC and Pharos Pocket GPS-360 Dopod 818 pro with either Garmin 10x or GlobalSat BT-338 Eten x500+ Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox T830 a smartphone running WM5 Garmin Colorado Garmin iQue M4 Garmin iQue M5 Garmin Oregon HP iPAQ 110/111 Classic (624 MHz PXA310) with a DeLorme BT-20 GPS HP iPAQ 2210 +GPS HI-303CF HP iPAQ 2795b and a Blue Next 905GR HP iPAQ 3870 with a Pretec Compact GPS Low Power CF Card HP iPAQ 3955 with the compact flash GlobalSat BC-337 HP iPAQ 4150 (Windows Mobile 2003) using the Garmin Mobile 10 Bluetooth GPS HP iPAQ 4700 with GlobalSat BT GPSr HP iPAQ 6815 with BT-GPS HP iPAQ rx5915 HP iPAQ rx5935 HTC Touch Cruise HTC TyTN with Navicore BT Mouse I-Mate JasJam with a Holux external Bluetooth GPS I-Mate PDA-N Medion pocket pc, running windows 5.1 Mio A201 Mio P350 PDA Mitac Mio 168 Mobile Crossing Waypoint 200 with a BT-GPS Palm Treo 700WX phone (Windows Mobile 5) with the same Garmin Mobile 10 Pharos GPS 525+ which is a Windows Mobile 5.1 Pocket PC platform and built-in GPSr Pharos Traveler GPS 525+ has a built in GPS Verizon XV6700 using a Delorme BT-20 GPS Choosing the right hardware at an affordable price seems to be a major barrier to entry for new folks. I lucked out and got a Garmin iQue M5 for $100 on craigslist. Dave
  13. Fair enough. But there are limits to this when it just gets annoying too - I tend to have a common sentence or two/three for sections of a day or the day, depending on what we're doing. Then a unique sentence or ten for each find (depending on the find). Sometimes you see logs where someone on a trip writes out a full essay about the whole week or two, and that becomes the log for the 200 finds during that time, that's a definite irk....
  14. I still don't understand it. How do you loop your AVERAGE? Do you loop it if the average is at least 200 words? I also aksed one guy why he does that nonsense. He even said that he might think about changig his way of logging. Sadly, but not surprisingly, he still logs the same way with impolite and inappropriate logs.
  15. For statistical analysis - I started this thread 6 days ago. On that day I reached out to 15 finders of 8 of my ECs about not logging caches. Of those, 5 have gotten back to me. Of those 5, four were veteran players who either 1) forgot to send the email or 2) their email went to my spam folder on accident. The last was a newbie who responded to my email with "hi no." So of 15 players reached out to, 4/15 have supplied answers of 9/15 have not and 0/9 newbies* have responded to the messages with answers. *a self defined term based on number of caches and specifically earthcaches found, typically less than 200/5 split.
  16. That's semantics, but it's hard to argue that averaging is not beneficial to improving accuracy. Let's run a simulation as an example. Take a random number. Say 57 value = 57 We have a hypothetical GPS device that isn't very accurate. In fact, that device can only tell you the coordinates to value within 50 places. It will return a value randomly anywhere between 7 and 107. Not very accurate at all. Now, let's take 200 random readings of "value" where the results can wildly range from 7 to 107 and average them together. If we run this simulation multiple times (just for fun!)... 57.020301980532984 56.60828961934022 58.36645537356805 Now, let's take a "precision" device. that gives us coordinates to within 15 feet and grab a single value that we think looks accurate. 70 66 52 My personal experience shows GPS averaging gives more accurate coordinates than trying to pick out a single reading. Is it possible that a single reading can be more accurate than the average? Yes, it can, but most of the time, it probably won't be as good as an average of many samples taken.
  17. Add me to the wishful thinking queue. I thought I'd read that the new hosting laws would not be backdated? But they have, in a seemingly random manner. Like others on here, I've been hosting images and other files on my own website since 2010. I had fears about the Jan2020 release, but on checking quite a few of my puzzles, whatever I'd done to the images had stayed intact. The recent removal of the image proxies, without notice. (I get global emails telling me what souvenirs I can collect, so why not tell everyone the image hosting rules are changing, again.) I now have 200+ puzzles to redo. On my caches, the line seems to stop on 22May2014. I had 2 caches published that day, one of them still has the image proxy, and on the other it has been removed. No sense to it at all.
  18. I'm trying to edit my notification distance to pick up newly published caches in my neighboring communities. My original distance was 80 kilometers, I'm trying to update it to 200 or 250 kilometers. I enter the new distance and then select edit notification, I get an instant message on screen that it has been updated but it remains at 80 kilometers. I even tried deleting the notification and then creating a new one and it still stays at 80 kilometers, its like it has a memory of 80 and won't save anything else. Tried this a least a dozen times over the past couple of months thinking maybe it was just a bug and may have been fixed. Nope.
  19. Unless it's accurate for any cache, I don't recommend it. There are some places where the satellite imagery is intentionally skewed but hundreds of feet. I found a few caches in that area, one of which appeared on the map to be in the middle of a lake (it was a good 100' from the shore). Although not the problem that it used to, there used to be a lot of places in the world (this isn't just a game played in urban/suburban America) where the resolution was so poor it was difficult to even identify features on the map as a building. There also was an issue of cloud cover completely obscuring what one would see on the ground. This is an old image be it shows an area in Costa Rica (in a rain forest) where a cache was placed. The coordinates were actually pretty accurate but were about 30 feet from a 200' steep drop into a river bed.
  20. Wenn der andere Owner geschrieben hat, wird er doch auch eine Entfernung angegeben haben, oder? Ich würde vermutlich erstmal antworten mit der ermittelten Entfernung, und ihn fragen warum er meint dass es da Probleme wie Verwechslungsgefahr o.ä. geben könnte. Ich habe schon mal einen Cache um ein paar Meter verschoben damit ein anderer Owner seinen neuen Cache an der Wunschposition ausbringen konnte - aber auch da gabe es keine Verwechslungsgefahr. Im schlimmsten Fall muss man eben in beiden Listings schreiben warum jetzt nicht hier, sondern da zu suchen ist. Aber selbst dann sollten mehr als 200 m Abstand noch genug sein. Ergänzung: Die sind ja auch beide noch an unterschiedlichen Seiten der B2. Also keine Verwechslungsgefahr.
  21. That's exactly what I'm saying. So out of 3,000 caches found, not a single one meets your standards? Get off your high horse. It doesn't have to literally be your favorite, they votes to tell other cachers which ones are the best of the 3,000. If you haven't found one favorite in the last 3,000 (ratio) then you sure as hell aren't gonna suddenly find 300 in a row that you deem worthy, so what's the point of saving them? But hey, I'm just a peasant with 200 finds. It would sure be nice to have some more votes on the thousands of caches around me so I can visit the the better crappy caches over the worse crappy caches on my way to 300 finds.
  22. Finally after many years, King Pellinore breaks the 200 caches found barrier. He found his first cache in 08/25/2001 and quickly became one of NJ's top cachers. Petering out at the end of 2006, his long hiatus (until 2019) was broken by a single find in 2013 of https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC3A1QK_block-head He has been getting around a bit, adding states to his geocaching collection. Who knows, he might even place another cache!
  23. Hallo, Die gesperrte Fläche ist erstmal der Bereich um einen Geocache, in dem du keinen anderen Cache legen kannst also die 161Meter. D.h. Wenn jetzt auf der Karte 2 Tradis in einem 200 Meter Abstand gelegt wurden und um beide wird diese rote Sperrfläche von 161 Meter gezogen, dann überschneiden sich zwar die roten Kreise, die Caches sind aber trotzdem weit genug auseinander. So zumindest verstehe ich das (falls nicht kann mich ja jemand verbessern ). Grüße Qmm
  24. Hallo, sorry für meinen absichtlich provokativen Titel. Ich kenne mich in der Natur meiner Region sehr gut aus und hätte ein paar absolut unbekannte, geniale Locations und entsprechend spannende Cache-Ideen dafür. Nun ist es so, dass in einigen Fällen nur wenige Meter entfernt solche "hirnlosen" Dosen von jemandem "versteckt" wurden, der auf die sehenswerte Landschaft keinerlei Rücksicht genommen hat, sich offenbar auch weder auskennt noch damit beschäftigt und vielmehr ein so großartiges Ziel verfolgt, beispielsweise ein riesiges, nur am Rechner sichtbares Ei aus 200 Dosen in der Landschaft zu platzieren. Nun könnte man natürlich sagen, jeder wie er mag. Allerdings lautet die Geocaching-Überregel doch "Denke darüber nach, warum Du Leute an einen Ort führst, wenn Du einen Geocache versteckst. Wenn der Geocache der einzige Grund ist, finde einen besseren Ort." Natürlich interessiert das die Massendosenverteiler nicht die Bohne. Vermutlich wurden von der Community schon öfter Versuche gestartet, das komplette Zumüllen der Landschaft auszuhebeln. Woran scheitert das? Können oder wollen die Betreiber des Spiels nicht gegen das Brechen dieser eigentlich elementaren Grundregel vorgehen? Mir ist natürlich schon klar, dass ein "sehenswerter" Ort sehr subjektiv ist. Aber ein Kreis, der sich aus zahllosen Baumstümpfen, Straßenschildern und Leitplankenpfosten ergibt, legt ja relativ eindeutig den Schluss nahe, dass es hier nicht um den Baumstumpf geht... Vermutlich wurde das unter den Forums-Usern schon oft und ausführlich diskutiert, aber ich habe leider keinen entsprechenden Thread gefunden. Cheers Jörg
  25. I just looks 15 is the most in one day for me. While on vacation all traditional puzzle caches. I need the passwords from 10 in 2 counties to complete the challenge. We did 7 the next day covering 250 miles to finish a series. Also stopped for lunch went shopping and visited a second hand store. In my 20 mile drive to work there's a cache every mile a few park and grabs some puzzles and a couple multis. I get two or three a week during my drive. Usually when my daughter or wife are with. I've had to call the CO on acouple I couldn't figure them out. Most are 200 to 500 feet from the road in a tree row. I'm not chasing any numbers so I do at my pace.
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