+OusKonNé & Cétyla Posted December 9, 2019 Share Posted December 9, 2019 (edited) I decided to write this post following the Archivage massif post written in French by pepe29. --- Yes, our beautiful Earth is more and more polluted with archived or lost caches that have never been salvaged: Too many geocachers do not take the time to salvage their archived caches. Reviewers archive caches that are not maintained by inactive geocachers. Etc. Whether consciously or not, all this is done without any consideration for the environment. These archived and lost caches will continue to pollute our beautiful earth as long as they will not be salvaged. Personally, I often salvaged cache containers abandoned in nature by inactive geocachers. But Groundspeak does not offer any official solution to this problem. Potential solution: When a geocacher or a reviewer archive a cache, have a way to tell to the system that the cache is still in nature and must be salvaged. Then, when a volunteer geocacher salvages such a cache, have a way to notify the system that the cache has been salvaged. Your thoughts? Edited December 9, 2019 by OusKonNé & Cétyla 2 1 Quote Link to comment
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