knowschad Posted February 2, 2015 Share Posted February 2, 2015 No, that is ONE rational option. Another is to lobby for higher standards. Groundspeak has a seemingly endless list of rules, some of which serve to diminish quality either because of the rule itself or the way it is enforced (probably more the latter). It is certainly possible to reduce the load of crap caches with better rules and/or practices. First, you must establish what constitutes a "crap" cache, which brings us back to the beginning of the argument. Most of us know it when we smell it. There's quite a bit of agreement about what constitutes crap. Quote Link to comment
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