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    Attention all web geeks

    I definitely agree that Jeremy would not want to give away design control of the site. But, having run my own site that is probably at least as popular as geocaching.com, I do know that there is a lot of work, and not a lot of time for the one-person crew to do it. This is nothing against Jeremy, I for one am very grateful for all the time and money and efforts he has already put in to the site. I'm just looking for a way to help out, if possible. Maybe an example to show what I mean. You mentioned the wish lists, let's take one thing I read today. In another thread, someone asked if he could download all the caches in Georgia. Several posters in that thread remarked that it would be a cool feature to have the ability to "check all" on the search results page to download all 25 at once instead of having to click every checkbox. This is a 5 minute code change - a very simple JavaScript. But it might not get implemented right away. And this is nothing against Jeremy - I hope I can make that clear that I have nothing but respect for him, but the simple fact is that he's just one person, and he has an outside life that is not just this website. Now maybe the suggestions I had are not the answer. Maybe Jeremy is not comfortable with the thought of having several developers able to modify code on what is in fact, his site. If that's the case then okay, I'm fine with that. I started this thread to talk about the issue, so that all of us as a community can try to come up with ways to get the best of both worlds. How to keep Jeremy in charge of his site (which I think we all still want) while at the same time pitching in to add new features quicker. If it so be that a few extra developers is not the best solution, then maybe there is something else that can be done. Maybe we can create some sort of forum / thread where a list of desired features is maintained and updated as new features come out, in order of desirability. So when Jeremy gets a few hours and wants to spend some time coding, he can go to this forum and see the improvements that the community wants most. And maybe he as the owner would decide to work on something else - that's his prerogative but at least it would be out there. I'm just trying to open up the discussion. dan.
  2. Guest

    Racing travel bugs

    Instead of a distance race, what are your thoughts on a 'Leg Race' or 'Segment Race'? First TB to get to 10 different caches carried by 10 different people wins. This would discourage people from holding TBs. You could also have 'Challange Races', where one TB would challenge another TB to a Segment Race. The TBs could be in different parts of the world. Think of the potential for smack-talk. (I shudder to think of the smack Buck Naked could dish out.) You could also have geocaching groups from different parts of the world challenge each other. Utah Cachers vs Seattle Area Cachers for example. The goal would be to move a certain TB to as many caches as possible within a certain time frame or first one to move the TB to 10 different caches. Rules might include that a geocacher can only do one leg. This might encourage more people from outside a 'core group' to get involved. (Somebody please think of a better name than Leg Race or Segment Race) (Does anybody work for the WWF? The wrestling group not the nature group.)
  3. If you could travel like a genie (cross your arms, blink your eyes, nod your head), what cache(s) would you like to hunt? Or in other words, if time and money weren't an issue, what cache(s) would you like to hunt? This started going through my head recently because I noticed a couple new caches hidden in Hong Kong. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=9499 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=9497 The descriptions (...you can catch the #7 in Central, to the northwest of the Star Ferry..) got me walking down memory lane and I thought it would be interesting to hear the opinions of others. Another cache that catches my eye is http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=8298 the cache is placed in the ruins of a mediveal castle in small nook somewhere in the castle. The description says to bring a flashlight. Talk about 'tree coverage' ... 'I couldn't get a good lock due to the stone ramparts and drawbridge...'
  4. quote:Originally posted by echo2000: Howdy from Long Island! Sorry to hear about the lack of interest. It just doesn't stick for some folks, I guess. .................... Hope this helps. Always good for moral support... E2 Hey E2 thanks for the moral support. I'm ok ....trying not to let it ruin things for me. Still planning like crazy and that's a big part of the fun for it for me too I have talked to some cachers and have been to one small get together but not exactly what you'd call local. There's talk of another one to the west (first time to the east, CT). Have been working on permissions from parks too, that's opening up tons of great areas so I'm not loosing the momentum of the game... just shifting it ... big thing is the need to get more people into the game. There's so much untapped land around here... I've got to start planting to get people hunting in the area. The Volunteer Care Takers Association for one park I have permission for has asked to participate so I'm hoping I can create a few new enthusiasts there All kinds of possibilities.... I've got the geocaching bug bad... can't see myself getting bored anytime soon I think maybe I need to get a new dog (the 15 yr german shorthair pointer aint what she used to be)... hey I'll create my hiking buddy yet.
  5. quote:Originally posted by echo2000: Howdy from Long Island! Sorry to hear about the lack of interest. It just doesn't stick for some folks, I guess. .................... Hope this helps. Always good for moral support... E2 Hey E2 thanks for the moral support. I'm ok ....trying not to let it ruin things for me. Still planning like crazy and that's a big part of the fun for it for me too I have talked to some cachers and have been to one small get together but not exactly what you'd call local. There's talk of another one to the west (first time to the east, CT). Have been working on permissions from parks too, that's opening up tons of great areas so I'm not loosing the momentum of the game... just shifting it ... big thing is the need to get more people into the game. There's so much untapped land around here... I've got to start planting to get people hunting in the area. The Volunteer Care Takers Association for one park I have permission for has asked to participate so I'm hoping I can create a few new enthusiasts there All kinds of possibilities.... I've got the geocaching bug bad... can't see myself getting bored anytime soon I think maybe I need to get a new dog (the 15 yr german shorthair pointer aint what she used to be)... hey I'll create my hiking buddy yet.
  6. quote:Originally posted by CharlieP:She enjoys the walk and being outdoors with me and our dog....So I take her on the ones that have a long walk in a pretty area followed by a short cache hunt. My wife's in this category also. I read the hints and look at the topo maps. If the walk/hike is going to be the right length and the scenery interesting, I'll be able to talk her into jumping into the car with me and the dog. Sometimes, the kids convince her to go. Depends on the weather a lot; the kids and I go regardless, but she prefers good weather. YMMV ------------------ Rich in Western Pennsylvania N 40 33.029 W 079 59.408
  7. quote:Originally posted by CharlieP:She enjoys the walk and being outdoors with me and our dog....So I take her on the ones that have a long walk in a pretty area followed by a short cache hunt. My wife's in this category also. I read the hints and look at the topo maps. If the walk/hike is going to be the right length and the scenery interesting, I'll be able to talk her into jumping into the car with me and the dog. Sometimes, the kids convince her to go. Depends on the weather a lot; the kids and I go regardless, but she prefers good weather. YMMV ------------------ Rich in Western Pennsylvania N 40 33.029 W 079 59.408
  8. We met someone doing our first cache. He was leaving as we were finding. We weren't really sure what we were doing or anything about the hobby really (I had only bought the GPS that morning), so we didn't even stop to talk to him. As we were passing each other, he said, "Getting close". Even then we weren't sure if he was a fellow geocacher or not - till we read his log where he mentioned seeing us. dan.
  9. We met someone doing our first cache. He was leaving as we were finding. We weren't really sure what we were doing or anything about the hobby really (I had only bought the GPS that morning), so we didn't even stop to talk to him. As we were passing each other, he said, "Getting close". Even then we weren't sure if he was a fellow geocacher or not - till we read his log where he mentioned seeing us. dan.
  10. Guest

    Tweediepie cache.

    You got a problem with it - then talk to Jeremy (contact@geocaching.com) directly he's the only one that can do anything about it (if he agrees as this is his enterprise). You don't have to come here nor do you have to look at any particular caches if you do come here - for what it's worth I don't particularly like what's happening down south either. Childish sniping helps no-one, in fact on balance it probably makes the sniper look worse than the sniped. [This message has been edited by JasonW (edited 28 October 2001).]
  11. Guest

    Tweediepie cache.

    You got a problem with it - then talk to Jeremy (contact@geocaching.com) directly he's the only one that can do anything about it (if he agrees as this is his enterprise). You don't have to come here nor do you have to look at any particular caches if you do come here - for what it's worth I don't particularly like what's happening down south either. Childish sniping helps no-one, in fact on balance it probably makes the sniper look worse than the sniped. [This message has been edited by JasonW (edited 28 October 2001).]
  12. I'm a little confused by this thread... Are there actually people who would consider going geo-caching WITHOUT a dog?!?!? Why????? Jenni (my 10 1/2 yr old Golden Retriever) goes just about everywhere I go... including geo-caching! Ya know though... 10 1/2 years later, and I had no clue you could teach 'em to talk.
  13. The next day we went to a cache that is nearly drive-to in a quiet neighborhood with a very good view. As we were pulling up, a previous group was piling into their car to leave. They noted it was a good one and departed. Nothing given away. Have never identified other cachers when both parties were still well back into search mode, but if we did, we'd either talk to them to see who would go first or find something else to do for a bit to let them complete the cache before we proceeded. T-storm ------------------ http://www.cordianet.com/geocaching
  14. The next day we went to a cache that is nearly drive-to in a quiet neighborhood with a very good view. As we were pulling up, a previous group was piling into their car to leave. They noted it was a good one and departed. Nothing given away. Have never identified other cachers when both parties were still well back into search mode, but if we did, we'd either talk to them to see who would go first or find something else to do for a bit to let them complete the cache before we proceeded. T-storm ------------------ http://www.cordianet.com/geocaching
  15. We have taken our Golden Retriever on many caches. For a while she had her own login ID and posted on all the caches she went to. I didn't use the fake doggy talk. It was more of a description of the dog friendly stuff and things a dog doesn't like, at least mine. We have a real problem with cheatgrass that gets in a dogs paws and works its way into the skin. I then gave them 1-3 woofs for dog friendliness. At some point, I quit doing it and a couple months later cleaned them out. I still log her whenever we take her, so at least people see that it was OK taking a dog.
  16. quote:Originally posted by celts:If ONLY he could talk Speaking of talking, I must confess that everytime I see this thread listed in the forums, I swear it says "Talking Dogs on the cache search." Man, I've got to lay off the caffeine. ------------------ Jon (Moun10Bike) 31H/124F N 47° 36.649', W 122° 3.616' www.switchbacks.com/geocaching.html
  17. quote:Originally posted by celts:If ONLY he could talk Speaking of talking, I must confess that everytime I see this thread listed in the forums, I swear it says "Talking Dogs on the cache search." Man, I've got to lay off the caffeine. ------------------ Jon (Moun10Bike) 31H/124F N 47° 36.649', W 122° 3.616' www.switchbacks.com/geocaching.html
  18. Guest

    New to gps.. what to buy

    I tell you what, fly me up there, and I'll let you play with both a MAP 330 and a Meridian Gold for a few days. (I've got a friend about to spring for a Meridian GPS... I was going to sell him my 330, but since we're both geeks, I couldn't help but talk him into buying an even better receiver. )
  19. Guest

    New to gps.. what to buy

    I tell you what, fly me up there, and I'll let you play with both a MAP 330 and a Meridian Gold for a few days. (I've got a friend about to spring for a Meridian GPS... I was going to sell him my 330, but since we're both geeks, I couldn't help but talk him into buying an even better receiver. )
  20. Perhaps I need to re-think that talking thing, 'cause if he could talk, that would totally end the peace and quiet in the woods. I'm sure it would go something like this: Oh boy,oh boy,oh boy--I get to go bye-bye in the car. The cats can't go-hahahahaha!They never get to go. Wait--we passed the vet's office, goody goody goody --we aren't going to the vet!!!Can I sit in the front seat?--I want to sit on your lap. Where are we going, are we there yet? I don't want to wear this thing on my back--take it off or I'll take it off myself and rip it into tiny shreads--I don't CARE how much it cost or if it looks good against my coat!!Get it OFF. Where are we going? Oh boy-we're getting out of the car--look, there's a squirrel. I didn't mean to tangle my leash around that tree. Get up--you aren't hurt--it was just a small hill. A little mud never hurt anyone. No--I don't WANT to go home--we've only been looking for 2 hours. I know I can help you find it. Maybe it's in THAT log over THERE....
  21. quote:Originally posted by Markwell:Are you sure he didn't need to go for walkies? If ONLY he could talk---'cause you sure can't tell from his expressions!!
  22. quote:Originally posted by Markwell:Are you sure he didn't need to go for walkies? If ONLY he could talk---'cause you sure can't tell from his expressions!!
  23. Dave, as another member (and Steering Committee member) of the GGA, I'll add my thoughts to what Greg has said. I was not involved with geocaching when the club was formed. I heard about it in a TV segment and came to my first meeting before I even had my GPS in hand. This was the club's second meeting. Here's how to start: (1) schedule a meeting, (2) publicize the hell out of it, and (3) people will come. If they like it, (1) they will come back, and (2) they will tell other people, who in turn will come. So... NUMBER ONE, plan a meeting. Pick a date at least a month away. Pick a spot that has some intrensic value beyond geocaching. A park, a river, etc. Pick a place that people would bring their families and kids to, so that you can cast it as a "family friendly" event. Pick a place that has caches nearby (our Nov mtg has 40+ caches within 20 miles) and/or arrange to have some caches placed near the meeting site (for our Oct mtg in a more rural area, a member who lives near the park put out four new caches in conjunction with the meeting). All you really need is a pavilion (in case of rain). Try to get one for free; if you can't, pass the hat at the meeting. Plan SOMETHING to do at the meeting. Read the event cache listing for other groups, including ours, and plagarize their ideas. An easy one would be a group cache... you buy an ammo can and ask everybody to bring a nice trade goods item. Somebody places the cache, and the rest of you have a new cache to seek. Food is good... have a cookout before, after or as part of the meeting. If you are at a park where there is something historic or scenic, ask the Park Ranger to speak and/or give a tour. Ask a local sporting goods store to send a rep to talk about something. Have tutorials on map reading, compass useage, first aid, etc. Our biggest draw to date was the snake lady, who brought about 20 live snakes to show off. NUMBER TWO, publicize the hell out of the meeting. Use multiple channels of communication: geocaching.com, this forum, e-mail, web page, flyers/business cards, etc. List it as an event cache on geocaching.com. Post a link to the event cache in this forum with a descriptive subject line, like we do. Create a website/webpage. You can do this for free at www.tripod.com. This is our first, unofficial webpage that I created in about a half-hour: http://gageocaching.tripod.com Note that the page publicizes (1) the meetings and (2) the channels of communication that you have established. Use e-mail. Start by creating a two paragraph or so summary of what you hope to create. Include your webpage URL and a link to your next meeting event cache listing. On geocaching.com, find caches in your area, look at the log of who has visited, and use the e-mail link to send this e-mail to everybody who has found a cache in your area. Use cut-and-paste so you don't have to retype the message. Keep a log of who you have e-mailed to so you don't send duplicate messages. In five minutes you can e-mail 10 people. The next day, email 10 more, etc. Create a signature line in this forum, like mine below, with the URL to your webpage. I don't know how long a message can be, so I will continue in the next one.... ------------------ Interested in Geocaching in the state of Georgia? Visit the Georgia Geocachers Association at http://www.ggaonline.org [This message has been edited by BigDoggie (edited 25 October 2001).]
  24. b's second meeting. Here's how to start: (1) schedule a meeting, (2) publicize the hell out of it, and (3) people will come. If they like it, (1) they will come back, and (2) they will tell other people, who in turn will come. So... NUMBER ONE, plan a meeting. Pick a date at least a month away. Pick a spot that has some intrensic value beyond geocaching. A park, a river, etc. Pick a place that people would bring their families and kids to, so that you can cast it as a "family friendly" event. Pick a place that has caches nearby (our Nov mtg has 40+ caches within 20 miles) and/or arrange to have some caches placed near the meeting site (for our Oct mtg in a more rural area, a member who lives near the park put out four new caches in conjunction with the meeting). All you really need is a pavilion (in case of rain). Try to get one for free; if you can't, pass the hat at the meeting. Plan SOMETHING to do at the meeting. Read the event cache listing for other groups, including ours, and plagarize their ideas. An easy one would be a group cache... you buy an ammo can and ask everybody to bring a nice trade goods item. Somebody places the cache, and the rest of you have a new cache to seek. Food is good... have a cookout before, after or as part of the meeting. If you are at a park where there is something historic or scenic, ask the Park Ranger to speak and/or give a tour. Ask a local sporting goods store to send a rep to talk about something. Have tutorials on map reading, compass useage, first aid, etc. Our biggest draw to date was the snake lady, who brought about 20 live snakes to show off. NUMBER TWO, publicize the hell out of the meeting. Use multiple channels of communication: geocaching.com, this forum, e-mail, web page, flyers/business cards, etc. List it as an event cache on geocaching.com. Post a link to the event cache in this forum with a descriptive subject line, like we do. Create a website/webpage. You can do this for free at www.tripod.com. This is our first, unofficial webpage that I created in about a half-hour: http://gageocaching.tripod.com Note that the page publicizes (1) the meetings and (2) the channels of communication that you have established. Use e-mail. Start by creating a two paragraph or so summary of what you hope to create. Include your webpage URL and a link to your next meeting event cache listing. On geocaching.com, find caches in your area, look at the log of who has visited, and use the e-mail link to send this e-mail to everybody who has found a cache in your area. Use cut-and-paste so you don't have to retype the message. Keep a log of who you have e-mailed to so you don't send duplicate messages. In five minutes you can e-mail 10 people. The next day, email 10 more, etc. Create a signature line in this forum, like mine below, with the URL to your webpage. I don't know how long a message can be, so I will continue in the next one.... ------------------ Interested in Geocaching in the state of Georgia? Visit the Georgia Geocachers Association at http://www.ggaonline.org [This message has been edited by BigDoggie (edited 25 October 2001).]
  25. Guest

    The technology exists. . .

    quote:Originally posted by ErnieB:Did you see that they can monitor "certain biological functions?" Hmmmm, there's some biological functions I wouldn't want monitored! Talk about getting caught with your pants down!
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