+Mudfrog Posted March 3, 2018 Share Posted March 3, 2018 I don't believe there is anything in the guidelines. It's normal to see DNFs come in on challenging caches. However, the vast majority of caches placed are of the lower difficulty variety. DNFs on these are usually a decent indication that there could be a problem with the cache. Thing is, it doesn't really matter because the cache will not be archived without some pre communication. A reviewer gives an owner some time, 30 days around these parts, to do what he or she needs to do to keep the cache going. There's plenty of warning so i have no sympathy for a CO that doesn't take some kind of action. I can understand a CO not wanting to go through the trouble of checking on his cache when he feels certain there is not a problem. But at the same time, cache maintenance was something he sign up for when he place his cache. 3 Quote Link to comment
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