Okay, who narked to opencaching?
I blogged yesterday about the potential for over-saturation of caches to occur in opencaching as no reviewer meant I was able to publish two caches with the same coordinates. Now either someone has dobbed me into opencaching.com or Garmin are avid readers of It’s Not About The Numbers as both have been pushed back to draft stage. At this point I prefer to think the later, though I have my suspects for the former.
I don’t care that they were pushed back to drafts. However, I am a little bugged that there is no note or log telling me why. That’s another example of why we need reviewers – they tend to communicate about these problems and let you know about them so you can fix what you did wrong. Ultimately I should never have been able to publish two in the same place to start with!
- Game On: Garmin’s OpenCaching.com Beta is launched (itsnotaboutthenumbers.wordpress.com)
- In light of the reviewerless Opencaching.com – An ode to the gc.com reviewers… (itsnotaboutthenumbers.wordpress.com)
- Garmin launches OpenCaching community, pushes caching closer to the mainstream (engadget.com)
- Garmin creates free geocaching community called OpenCaching (slashgear.com)