+narcissa Posted July 16, 2016 Share Posted July 16, 2016 Requiring special equipment or skills is not the same thing as defining an arbitrary group of people who are "allowed" to find a cache. Of course it is not the same, but note that the statement "excluding any segment of cachers" is not saying how the exclusion is done. The statement about the non-exclusion can only be properly understood when having additional knowledge but not solely on what the statement says. I used that statement just as an example for many statements in the challenge cache guidelines that can be interpreted in different ways. The relatively high number of challenge caches that are in violation with the new rules that have been published after the end of the moratorium (in particular in Europe) seems to demonstrate that also some reviewers have a hard time to understand the exact meaning and use their personal interpretation. All this demonstrates is that treating geocache placements like some sort of case law is an exercise in futility. There have always been differences between reviewers. Work with your reviewer to get your challenge caxhe published. Quote Link to comment
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