+niraD Posted July 19, 2021 Share Posted July 19, 2021 2 hours ago, Ragnemalm said: Sorry, this is not true! DNF means very clearly "I have searched well and believe it is gone". Or maybe it means (emphasis added to the description in the Help Center article Log types): Quote Use a “Didn’t Find It” (DNF) log when you look for a cache but do not find it. DNF logs are an important log type — they inform cache owners and other finders that a cache may be extra difficult to find or possibly missing. DNF stands for “Did not find”. The basic definition is "when you look for a cache but do not find it". Everything else is speculation. And for the speculation that a cache may be "extra difficult to find", there is no limitation on what might make a cache extra difficult to find for any particular geocacher or at any particular time. 2 hours ago, Ragnemalm said: Many log types are strange. Only if you contort them and make them strange. I get that the CHS has encoded a lot of speculation into a software system. But the meanings of the logs haven't changed, and the CHS needs to work with the way people actually log. 6 Quote Link to comment
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