Clan Riffster Posted November 11, 2013 Share Posted November 11, 2013 I have followed the "Didn't find it = DNF" path for maybe 6 months now. I'm starting to see a pattern though that is not positive. What is happening is that because I look long and hard before I log a DNF those that follow feel comforted by it and also DNF easily. I don't want to see those caches archived - they are probably still there and I just couldn't find it because, let's face it, I am an average seeker. Archiving is not good - the caches wouldn't meet the Guidelines today. So I conclude that DNF'ing is not a universal thing - it depends on the circumstances. And that, in my circumstances, I need to be a bit more circumspect before I log a DNF. Geoff aka Tyreless I wouldn't stress too much over possible reactions to my DNF/Note/Whatever log. If the cache owner is active, and they are doing the job they agreed to do when they posted the cache for publication, (performing needed maintenance), it will not get archived. They'll see the string of DNFs and respond accordingly. If the owner s absent, or they are a numbers oriented cacher who can't be bothered with pesky things like maintenance, then the cache might be archived, as it should be. Quote Link to comment
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