TermiteHunter wrote:I too would NOT want automatic logging if it were possible.
I do as DG and log on one site and post notes on the others.
The more stunning news is that 1/3 of our active caches are cross listed on GC. Press tell me that your search included inactive and or archived caches. Then it would only be 1/4 ... still too many.
Of course this sure beats the usurper opencaching site
Oh, I'm sorry, that absolutely included archived caches.
I would also have to do a database query for "has a GC number associated with it", *AND* has a cache status of 1 (I believe it is), which means active caches.
Little known fact, I once did an audit of all cross-listed on Geocaching.com caches, and looked at them and their Geocaching.com listings one at a time. Within the last year, this was. I archived about 12 total, I believe. The OVERWHELMING majority of GC cross-listings, I believe over half, were 2010 submissions. When this site was the new kid on the block, and hundreds, if not thousands of cachers were trying it out, so to speak.