Greatland Reviewer will give a presentation on the Groundspeak cache review process. The content will cover what he looks for when reviewing a new cache that's been submitted for publishing, things cachers can do to help their cache get published more quickly, and common problems caches have which hold up their publication. He will also differentiate between his role as a Groundspeak volunteer and a member of the GeocacheAlaska! Board of Directors.
2. What's the difference between GeocacheAlaska! and Groundspeak?
3. How does one get selected to be a reviewer?
4. What does a reviewer do?
a. review and publish caches
b. respond to land manager and cacher concerns
c. review long-standing disabled caches and caches needing maintenance
d. moderate forums
e. plays the game (FTF, puzzles, multis, hides)
5. Helping your local reviewer
6. Questions from the floor
Please arrive on time so upfront administrative details can be handled and announcements made, allowing the course content to start at 7:00 p.m. Adding a "Will Attend" log to this page will assure enough hard copy handouts are printed for the event participants. Also, please bring your favorite nonalcoholic beverage and favorite dessert to share with your fellow cachers.
If you wish to participate in this event from a remote location, please e-mail Michael Malvick/Ladybug Kids, and he will set up a WebEx session and toll free phone line.
There will be a free-will offering cache container at the event to help defray the costs of hosting these FUNdamentals events.
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