214Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Cache approval/disapproval and Geocaching.com's existence
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On Wed, 2003-01-01 at 14:40, Robert wrote:
> --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "angryarmadillo
> <angryarmadillo@y...>" <angryarmadillo@y...> wrote:
> > I think
> > adding a voting system to a caching website would be a great thing.
> > That way you'd get an idea of whether it's worth your while to check
> > it out. I've already started on my own geocaching website that I
> > try to expand into a Texas-wide geocaching site.
> AustinExplorer.com covers caches within about 60 miles of Austin. It
> includes the ability for cache finders to rate the cache for
> difficulty and terrain. It's a completely database-driven website
> that could easily scale up to the state level. It also includes the
> ability to cover both geocaching.com and navicache.com caches.
> What it is missing is a larger number of users. I can speak from
> experience that the market maker (i.e. geocaching.com) enjoys an
> enormous mindshare. People tend to not want to go to another site to
> log finds. An "open source" system would resolve much of that issue,
> but I'm not very confident that will work out.
> Check out http://www.austinexplorer.com/geocaching/. I'm always
> interested in ideas for improvements. Right now you can log finds,
> rate the caches, look at cache stats for the area AND map your caches
> with finds highlighted on maps that can zoom down to sub-city level
> (something that Buxley's can not do).
> a.k.a. Austin Explorer
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