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  1. I have never used this feature before but it seems to be a very practical way to find a particular day instead of browsing all logs as I am used to. To make it faster you can edit the link in the source code. For example, the left arrow "Go to the previous month" contains: <a href="javascript:__doPostBack('ctl00$ContentBody$MyCalendar','V7944')" style="color:Black" title="Go to the previous month">&lt;</a> Here you see a coded date 'V7944'. If you want to go back a full year you can subtract 365 from this number and change it to 'V7579' before you click the arrow. I just tried this and got immediatelly 2020 October instead of 2021 October. Of course, editing the source is not the way you are supposed to use to change the date but it is the way how you can do it immediately and pretty fast until this feature is added by Groudspeak or made possible by some add-on developer. I suggest you find an easy way to edit the date yourself as it may take quite a long otherways.
  2. 1-7 sind die Richtlinien, die restlichen Punkte Beispiele Der angesprochene Punkt 9: Maintaining a finds streak, at least one find per day, up to 365 days. Finding some number of caches per month, provided the number is cumulative over all years. Example: 100 finds in Januarys. Finding some number of caches per day of week, provided the number is cumulative over all years. Example: 100 finds on Mondays. Das sind Beispiele die der Reviewer genehmigen würde, da steht nichts davon, dass die zeitlich befristet sein müssen, oder dass du die alle erfüllen musst. Übersetzung von oben: Eine Serie erstellen, mindestens ein Fund pro Tag, bis zu 365 Tage. Finden einer bestimmten Anzahl von Caches pro Monat, vorausgesetzt, die Anzahl ist über alle Jahre kumuliert. Beispiel: 100 Funde im Januar. Finden einer bestimmten Anzahl von Caches pro Wochentag, vorausgesetzt, die Anzahl ist über alle Jahre kumuliert. Beispiel: 100 Funde montags.
  3. SPOT devices are hardly similar to Garmin inReach devices. SPOT devices offer the user a one-way outgoing emergency distress call option, that once initiated, the user can only hope and/or assume was received and help is on the way, and the emergency responders have no way ascertaining any information related to the nature of the distress call. Garmin inReach devices, which the Montana 700i and 750i are, offer bi-directional communication 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Garmin inReach devices allow the user to transmit pertinent information to the responding crew while receiving instructions that can help save lives while keeping everyone on the same page, in real time. Garmin inReach devices allow users to automatically send a bread-crumb trail of there location to the cloud where friends, family members and other authorized individuals can keep track of their location and progress, in real time, without requiring any other action on the users part. Garmin inReach devices allow users to communicate bi-directionally with the entire outside world via direct messaging, sms, and email. This means you can not only send regular detailed updates to family and friends to reassure them of your condition or any specific needs, or changes in schedule etc, but so can they send you the same types of information, available directly on your inReach device, anywhere in the world, 24/7/365. Garmin inReach devices can provide the user with highly detailed hour by hour weather forecasts for any location on Earth, from any location on Earth, at any time desired, 24/7/365, assisting the user in adapting their trip in such a way they can avoid inclement weather conditions that may otherwise leave someone stranded and/or worse. Garmin inReach devices also allow users to post timely updates about their trip to their Facebook and Twitter accounts, 24/7/365. Remember, with a SPOT, you just push a button, and then wait, hoping the signal went out and was received and someone is on the way. With a Garmin inReach device, you are always in contact with the entire world, from anywhere in the world, so you and your loved one never have to wonder or guess about your status.
  4. It helps to use the same terminology as the Challenge article. What you're calling a, "calendar streak", I'd call "cumulative month(s)". https://www.geocaching.com/help/index.php?pg=kb.chapter&id=127&pgid=206#timeLimited Read the time limited section. I'd say cumulative month of Multi-caches is probably fine. You see there streak of 365 days of less, cumulative month, and cumulative day of week. You don't see cumulative year.
  5. How are challenge caches without the word challenge in the title supposed to be handled? According to the current guidelines the English word challenge must be in the title. https://www.geocaching.com/help/index.php?pg=kb.chapter&id=127&pgid=206 Required for all challenge caches: 1. Type, Title, and Attribute Challenge caches must be listed as Mystery caches, must have the English word "challenge" in the title, and must include the challenge cache attribute. About challenge caches published before April 2015 it's only mentioned that they are legacy caches and "may have Additional logging requirements that require further documentation". The ones I have seen are all in Finland, published before April 2015 and have haaste instead of challenge in the title. For example these 2: https://coord.info/GC5AA26 Combohaaste (T900/MM600/365) https://coord.info/GC2P98D Pitkän viikonlopun kuntahyppely -haastekätkö So my question is are the title also included in the legacy category or are an needs maintenance in order?
  6. They do. Keeping this site running 24/7/365. Newer people haven't experienced the site going down over the weekend because of heavy use like it used to a lot about 15 years ago.
  7. Zu einer der Teildiskussionen hier: Normalerweise mache ich keine Power Trails, die geben mir nichts, die finde ich langweilig. Wenn ich aber mal wieder versuche eine paar Challenges zu erfüllen (ich weiß, dass hier im Forum Challenges umstritten sind), dann sind Power Trails echt hilfreich. Zur Zeit arbeite ich z.B. an zwei Challenges: GC4JFXW (88 Tage einen Tradi/Tag) und GC4P8GX (222 Tage Dauercachen), bzw. eigentlich arbeite ich an ein paar mehr, aber das ist irrelevant. Wenn ich nach den 222 Tagen noch Lust habe, will ich versuchen, auf 365/6 Tage zu erhöhen. Allerdings habe ich von einer alten Häsin in meiner Region auch schon gelesen, dass die, als sie kurz vorm Abschluss der 366 Tage-Challenge stand, ihre Lust am Cachen verloren hat, seitdem pflegt sie tatsächlich nur noch ihre Dosen und geht selber kaum noch suchen. Kann also durchaus ein Lustkiller sein, dass Kalendercachen. Und genau dann, wenn man in seiner Umgebung alle (vermeintlichen) Quality Caches schon abgegrast hat (denn es werden ja nicht jeden Monat 31 neue Caches in der Homezone verlegt) und wenn man so blöde Challenges mit 88 Tage jeden Tag einen Tradi angeht, da ist man plötzlich über blöde Power Trails ganz glücklich, denn die sind i.d.R. relativ einfach und nicht zeitaufwändig. Also zwischen Arbeit und Einkauf mal irgendwo kurz aus dem Auto* springen und am nächsten Tag 161 Meter weiter dasselbe (so mache ich das normalerweise nicht, ich versuche zu vermeiden, zwei Tage hintereinander denselben Tausendfüßer anzugehen). Natürlich sorgt der Versuch, solche Challenges zu meistern auch dafür, dass ich Tradis angehe, die ich sonst eher meiden würde. Etwa https://coord.info/GC2RTYJ, der erstaunlicherweise 236 FF.PP. hat. (Es handelt sich um einen einfachen Abzweigdosen-Tradi an einem nicht weiter sehenswerten Ort hinterm Hauptbahnhof, ich war eigentlich erstaunt, dass ich nur eine Urinpfütze überspringen musste, was aber daran liegen mag, dass aufgrund der Pandemiesituation in der Gegend in den letzten Monaten weniger los war, als sonst.) Warum mache ich Challenges, zwingt mich doch keiner zu? Weil ich ein fauler Hund bin, eine richtige Couch Potatoe. Das Kalendercachen zwingt mich zu mehr Aktivität. *Die meisten Caches versuche ich allerdings schon mit dem Rad zu machen.
  8. Ja, leider. Die D/T-Matrix 27* füllen oder 365 Tage am Stück cachen (was für alte Hasen die schon alles in der Gegend gefunden haben eine fürchterliche Ressourcenverschwendung darstellt) ist erlaubt, kreative Lösungen die den Grips anstrengen sollen sind verboten.
  9. Let me offer a recently reincarnated challenge trail we put out around here. A few pre-moratorium caches are in it but most are under the new guidelines. The goal was to make interesting ones under the new guidelines. Feel free to crib ideas as some of these were cribbed from other creative folks. GC3F12D Neglected Cache Challenge GC55XPN The Bigcall Challenge: A Baker's Dozen GC55XP0 The Bigcall Challenge: Nifty Fifty GC980EH 365 Unknown Dates Hidden Challenge GC980EK Feet Under the Sea, Head In the Clouds Challenge GC980EJ All The Attributes Challenge GC9838K The Golden State Challenge GC9839B The Best Finds Challenge GC9838Z The Perfect Country & Western Song Challenge GC9834G Globetrotter Challenge GC9834D The Island Life Is For Me Challenge GC9838F Virtual 👻 Border to Border Challenge GC98388 5 states*100 Finds Iconic Challenge GC9838P Iconic Traveler Challenge GC9834N Every Day Hidden Challenge GC98396 The Bay Area Puzzlers Challenge GC98393 The Taking a Long Lunch Challenge GC98341 Largest Counties Challenge GC9839N Road Less Traveled Challenge! GC9833X Wherigo Quarter Century Challenge GC98347 So Easy a Child Could Do It Challenge GC9838D It's Five O'Clock Somewhere Challenge GC995K7 Mysteries Across The USA Challenge GC995K2 5 Types x 10 States Challenge GC99842 Historic Alameda County Caches Challenge GC99A3G The Demented Diminishing Dozen Challenge GC99AD4 1000 km Altitude Challenge GC99ACQ The Blue or the Gray Challenge GC9986G Hazards of Geocaching Attributes CHALLENGE 313 GC9986J Accessible Attainable Attributes CHALLENGE 1313 GC99X8B The Lazy Cacher Challenge GC9A2N2 The Good N.E.W.S. or Bad N.E.W.S. Challenge GC99EMN The 3.5 Billion Year Challenge GC99AE7 Well-Traveled Cacher: Degree Squares
  10. Found a lot of challenge caches a while ago. Some of them I qualified immidiatly and I could log them as found. And for some of them I logged at the cache and logged a write note online. Later, all of them were archived without written down a reason, just a small note were it looked like the CO was annoyed by the situation. Today, finally, after a long time, I qualified for a challenge I had logged before. 365 days of the calender full with a found of a traditional. And now I wanted to log it as found, or change my write note in a found, but now it seems to be locked. I can't find a way to log it now, even when I think I am allowed according the rules. Is there a new rule that archived challenges are not allowed to log? Or was there a situation with the CO all geocaches that found a cache are now suffering from? Why isn't there a note that explains this situation?? The cache I wanted to log is http://coord.info/ GC8JG9W
  11. Was ist denn mit type of log genau gemeint? Ich habe z.B. mal einen Challenge gesehen, da musste man 20 Logs haben, wo im Cache-Namen das Wort Hütte vorkam (Zwillbrocker Venn). Ein Arche-Noah-Cache (Hamm oder Unna) verlangt von den Loggern, dass sie 40 Caches mit Tiernamen geloggt haben (ohne dass sich ein Tier wiederholt bzw. GCSchwein, GCEber, GCSau, GCFerkel als vier Tiere gewertet werden. Manche verlangen, dass man an allen 365/6 Kalendertagen je mindestens einen Cache (oder vielleicht sogar in einer verschärften Version je einen Multi oder Mystery) geloggt haben muss. Es gibt jede Menge Challenge-Caches mit teils absurden, teils interessanten Anforderungen an die Community (wobei sich absurd und interessant nicht gegenseitig ausschließen müssen).
  12. Right, it’s not like an urgent and stressful activity... that’s why I really like it! I’m trying to get 365 caches this year though so I can say that I got one cache everyday for a year! So maybe I’ve got a little stress but it’s definitely a type of stress that I like
  13. Someone let me know I was mentioned in this topic. If you have any questions, I'll answer them. Here are some answers to start out with: I started a streak just because I noticed I had found caches each day of the month, save for the first where I DNFed one and didn't find another. Before then, I believe my longest was 28 days. I wondered for how long I could keep it up, so decided to see. This was before I heard of the term "streak". I called it "cache-a-day". I'm single, don't have a family, never dated, and don't have much of a social life. I feel most people wonder how a streak is possible because they're thinking in that context. That's not to say I don't have my own challenges. For example, during haunted attraction season, I work 7AM - 4:30 PM, cache 5PM - 6PM, shoot a haunt 6:30PM - 1:30AM, and edit photos 2AM - 4AM. If a convenient cache to a haunt is published in February, I just don't find it until October that year or the next or the year after. It's that simple. When I worked basketball games and tournaments, I usually finished around 9:30PM, so I'd find a cache somewhat convenient after that. There was one time I had to work until 2AM with the team. I took a slightly longer supper and found a convenient cache I was saving. If it's forecast to snow, I'll drive somewhere and sit in the car until after midnight before I get out and look for the cache (were I to see the cache from the car, I'd have to count it at the time I saw it). So I do have my challenges. These days, the streak has a few purposes: force myself to get out and do something and make sure I continue to play the game. For me, geocaching is synonymous to going out every day and finding something (since, even before the streak, I never missed too many days). I could do a streak at first because it fit with my original rule: leave caches to find on a rainy day. I believed caching out my area was a failure because I wouldn't have anything left to do if I wanted to find something and either not drive far or the weather was bad. On average, I spend one to two hours every day to find one cache due to driving. I likely have around fifty to a hundred convenient caches I could find and not spend too long. However, those must be saved for a rainy day--in other words, when I either don't have time, don't want to spend the time, or there's bad weather. Every now and then, I have really annoying days where I DNF three to five caches in a row because I attempt to look for neglected caches. When that happens, I just want to find something to be done and over with it. But I don't see the streak as a burden because it's forcing me to get outside and do something other than work. So even when I'm frustrated about that and just want to have a relaxed evening and do nothing, I know what I'm actually doing is good for me. I can get upset all I want, but it's good medicine, both for physical and mental health, so it must be taken. I've never traveled across an ocean, so I've no need of my personal rule about that. However, I created that rule to be fair. I want my rule set to be as hard, demanding, and constraining as possible, but fair. I don't hold anyone to anything because I don't care about anyone else's streak. (To impress me, tell me a story.) Remember, I'm doing this to force myself to get outside and continue being involved in this game, so I see the streak as part of my internal game-playing infrastructure--a means to an end. Its value lies in what it does for me, not in its being an achievement. Besides, there is someone in my area who wants to garner acknowledgement and praise for his streak. I'll let him have that since he needs something to make him feel good. He can keep up with the day numbers. I can barely find the motivation to set aside time once a week or two or three to slog through the process of logging the finds. Forget the streak: I'm impressed people can consistently log caches on the same day they found them. By the time I'm done finding caches for a day, I'm done with caching. I will not ever have a logging streak. I came up with my rule set by talking to people and finding out what their rules and beliefs were. If they came up with a sensible rule more restrictive than mine, I'd adopt it. I'm bored enough that I want to play on hard mode. That part about its being a physical cache came from this. Later, someone suggested I write out all these rules I had acquired for myself. I shrugged and said perhaps, some day, I would. There was a time my area didn't even average 365 caches published a year. That was hard. It used to be some 1000/year, I'd guess. These past four or five years have been skimpy. I get by. Do I want to stop the streak? Well, there's a reason I'm doing this, so the answer would be if I wanted to stop forcing myself to leave work and go somewhere every evening. No, I believe it's healthy to force oneself to disengage from things and just to do something relaxing for an hour or so every day even if you don't think you have time to do so. I hope this answers some questions. Though I'm slow to reply to topics outside the Wherigo forum, I'll reply if anyone asks something. I hope I can either help or inspire someone if you really want to do something like this. Other than that, a streak is nothing but simple strategy. It's not that difficult to pull off in a somewhat active area--that's the part you can't control. But I do feel like most people will fail if all you're getting out of it is a number of days for a streak. Since there's a personal point to mine, I feel it's easier to do even on days when I want to be downright lazy.
  14. Yep! And this is another reason for some of the post-moratorium guidelines on what constitutes an acceptable and/or reasonable challenge. When it comes to streaks they capped it at 1 year without requiring Feb 29. To HQ, I suppose after polling reviewers and observing general community, one year was determined the maximum reasonable period to have to 'start over' if necessary. But if I recall, that length for streaking is only allowed for general find counts, not with additional parameters, like 1 year of a specific cache type, eg. All this is laid out in the guidelines for challenge caches, and the reasons they chose the rules they did (with examples). If I was going for a one year streak, and I really wanted it, I might consider starting over if I missed a day; mainly because there are still thousands for me to find within an hour drive. But those 555, 1000, or higher streak challenges - those were one-attempts. They're in my "too hard, won't finish" List. Might find it and sign (because hey, geocache), but almost certainly won't ever qualify. And those are the ones that HQ doesn't want to allow published any more, for that very reason. Too many people simply don't want to do or find it. My streak cap was an intentional 366 consecutive unique days (Mar 1 - Feb 29) and I'm happy with that. Anyway, this has drifted to challenges - and those are what I'd call "statistical streaks". Regardless of logging ethic, it's a pure number analysis. One person's 365-day streak qualification may have been much easier than another person's, if their logging ethics were vastly different. Direct/competitive comparison will benefit no one in those cases. The person who did it more strictly can't/shouldn't say the other objectively "cheated" because (assuming all logs are fundamentally valid) they didn't. They just accomplished the same challenge goal a different way.
  15. Do adventure lab caches count for streaks? They work for filling up yout 365 days matrix (not on project-gc.com but on the geocaching.com website) so they should work for streaks, too? If so they might help with honest streaks if you only do one lab cache at a time. You do not have to complete the full adventure to score the daily find. There is another way for a non-honest streak no one has mentioned so far. Look out for caches with an inactive owner and simply log those. No danger of your log being deleted. I've heard of cachers that found logged caches with an old date soon after they disppeared and deactivated. What a coincidence, the lobbook has been stolen? They found it only two days before it vanished or can someone proof the contrary? That's another way for an easy find if you have missed a day. Jochen
  16. There is a guideline, which says that a challenge must be attainable be enough local cachers (whatever "local" means in that context). So a 365-day-streak challenge somewhere far away from any cache-dense area should not be published.
  17. Someone pointed me to this thread on the project-gc challenge checker forum http://project-gc.com/forum/read?8,3468 and I need to admit that like target I cannot understand why challenge caches that ask for filling the 365 day grid (without February 29) are allowed only for the cache types traditional and mystery but not for multi caches as has been pointed out by OReviewer. None of the rules in the guidelines refers to that case and since it seems to be a general decision it cannot refer to areas where there are not enough multi caches and not enough cachers which will be able to satisfy the requirements. It's quite unfortunate that apparently there are so many hidden rules and whenever someone comes up with something not yet covered in the rule set, new hidden rules are added. I'm closer to having filled the 365 day grid with multi caches than with mystery caches (I have never worked on any of the two goals). So why has HQ decided that multi cache grid filling caches are not allowed and why is this is not mentioned in the guidelines? I'd appreciate a reply from someone who knows about the background and can provide a clarification about something which makes several people wonder.
  18. Challenge Caches cannot require Lab cache finds, but challengers can choose to use them towards qualifications, if they are allowed. For example, "find 1,000 caches" or "maintain a 365-day streak."
  19. Atualização mensal da atividade geocaching no Brasil (1 de janeiro de 2021) Total de caches publicadas 7842* Não arquivadas 5118 Caches sem nenhum Found 749 das quais 368 já foram arquivadas ou despublicadas Caches aguardando FTF 365 Caches com 5 Founds ou menos 3908 Caches com 6 a 10 Founds 1550 Caches com 11 a 50 Founds 1830 Caches com 51 a 100 Founds 169 Caches com mais de 100 Founds 216 Total de Founds 119148 Cache com mais Founds 928 - Frederico Engel Caches com Favoritos 1952 sendo que 280 já estão arquivadas Caches até 5 Favoritos 1728 Caches com 6 a 10 Favoritos 91 Caches com mais de 10 Favoritos 112 Total de Favoritos 6895 Cache com mais Favoritos 495 - Mission 4: Southern Bowl * Estão incluídas as Adventure Labs.
  20. As GS stated, challenge caches need to be attainable at any time. While there will come a time when the number of webcam caches is less than the number of mega events in a year, the remaining webcam caches will still be attainable 365 days of the year. The mega event lasts a day or two, and is not attainable for 314 days out of the next 365. Heck, even the remaining APE cache is available 365 days of the year. The only thing stopping me from going and finding it on any particular day of the year is me. Which is more rare? It depends on your definition of rare. To me, rare has multiple meanings, and your statement that webcam caches will be rarer than mega events is mixing the meanings. Rare as in few remaining, versus rare as in having limited availability.
  21. I'm curious, then, because there's a mystery cache with Challenge in the title and a Project-GC challenge checker requiring finds on five caches that have been unfound for 365+ days. It was published today but it doesn't have the Challenge Cache attribute (or any attributes at all for that matter). So is it a challenge cache or just a mystery with an unenforcable ALR?
  22. Is there a souvenir for 365 / 366 days of caching ?
  23. Next Monday all being well (if the Americans don't send any more hurricanes our way ) I'll fill in calendar day 365/366, just under 22 months since starting out. I imagine I'll be far from the only cacher then waiting patiently for 29th February 2016 to come around?
  24. Atualização mensal da atividade geocaching no Brasil (1 de setembro de 2020) Total de caches publicadas 7700* Não arquivadas 4987 Caches sem nenhum Found 768 das quais 365 já foram arquivadas Caches aguardando FTF 401 Caches com 5 Founds ou menos 3960 Caches com 6 a 10 Founds 1503 Caches com 11 a 50 Founds 1846 Caches com 51 a 100 Founds 176 Caches com mais de 100 Founds 216 Total de Founds 118283 Cache com mais Founds 925 - Frederico Engel Caches com Favoritos 1926 sendo que 280 já estão arquivadas Caches até 5 Favoritos 1721 Caches com 6 a 10 Favoritos 92 Caches com mais de 10 Favoritos 113 Total de Favoritos 6887 Cache com mais Favoritos 494 - Mission 4: Southern Bowl * Estão incluídas as Adventure Labs.
  25. Reading others' online logs made me think of this challenge: Log similarity less than 40(?) %. Another idea could be: Last 365 days averages: Less than 5(?) finds per caching day.
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