+AustinMN Posted April 2, 2012 Share Posted April 2, 2012 I'm not sure how difficult this concept can be; You look for a cache and find it - Found You look for a cache and find it and sign the log - found it. You look for a cache and dont find it - DNF Says who? You? I have yet to see anything on GS defining a DNF. It means what the logger intends it to mean. Using it in a way other than your strict definition is not prohibited. If someone wants to use it to track caches they intend to come back to and try to find again, fine. If someone wants to use it to track caches they have no intention of returning to, fine. About the only thing that I would find objectionable would be posting a DNF when you really did find it. All the other variances are purely semantics that you add to notes or elaborate within your listing. As the initial OP said log your DNF please. May I suggest that your position, while seeming obvious to you, is also just semantics. Austin Quote Link to comment
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