+narcissa Posted February 17, 2015 Share Posted February 17, 2015 I had Occassion last week to go and find about 20 caches hidden by the one CO. On one of these we were rushed for time and simply wrote TFTC with the intentions of adding to the log later (which we did). I received an email from the CO to say that he expectedmore than the TFTC . I replied and said that we were doing the follow up at that time. He rudely sent me the etiquette of Caching to read. Didn't bother to reply. The cache owner can feel however he/she wants, but writing to berate you for your log is totally out of line. Berate or educate? Attempting a friendly dialog with a TFTC author is not necessarily meant to be taken negatively, although it's likely futile. If he is to receive trite, meaningless, banal, and vapid notifications on their hides from lazy loggers, then it's not out of line to send some feedback to them. No. Cache owners need to get over the notion that their caches are special and deserving of detailed logs from every finder. Emailing someone to complain about this is intrusive and ridiculous. Want better logs? Hide better caches. Quote Link to comment
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