+seneca Posted October 8, 2003 Share Posted October 8, 2003 There have been recent posts on some threads suggesting that there is an apparent or impending “density” problem with physical caches that may ultimately require a much stricter approval process, similar to that of virtual caches, including the possibility of the quality of proposed caches being subjectively judged. The purpose of this thread is not to discuss the potential solutions, but to discuss the actual problem, if there is in fact a problem. I do not have much to say about it, because it is certainly not currently a problem in my area, although I do live in a heavily populated urban area, and I presume that there is the potential of a many-fold increase in the number of caches. I never like proposing solutions to problems that might not exist (that’s what bureaucrats do). I would like to know about the problem first. Does anyone have stories or experiences where increased cache density is now having a serious, negative impact on Geoacaching? I have never in my life learned anything from any man who agreed with me. Quote Link to comment
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