Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Lone Star Cachers roster -- Privacy
- Hi Scott,
One thing I might do is delete the password info from the archives. It might be worth posting the passwords occasionally, but then deleting them each time. That way, someone who stumbles on it can't access it.
At 08:14 PM 12/1/2003, you wrote:
Shelly Pain had a good idea about putting together a roster of current Austin geocachers. This would be helpful when organizing events, calling for hints on a cache, and getting to know each other a little better. Apparently not many of you responded. I asked her for the info that was submitted and she sent me info for 5 cachers. So .I went though all my old email and harvested out what info I could and posted it here: http://geocachers.robuck.net
Now before you get your panties in a wad over privacy, I have posted your info in a manner that will protect it from getting harvested by SPAMmers and anyone else not in the know. You will need to use a username (seethe) and password (list) to access this info. It is also posted as an Adobe Acrobat 5 document, so youll need the latest version of Acrobat Reader to open it. The usernames and passwords will only be good for a week or so, and then the people who have emailed me their updated information will receive a new username and password for a list of all the updated information. If your username is not on the list, please submit me all the info shown and I will add you to it.
I posted the following fields (sorted by handle):
Home Zip Code
City or subdivision
All of these should be self evident except PAF. If you dont mind a fellow cachers calling you when they might be in the field and need to Phone-A-Friend, then put YES here, otherwise, leave blank.
If you do not want your info posted, please let me know and I will remove it. Otherwise, please review the info I have posted for you to make sure it is complete and accurate. Also, if you have info for some of the other cachers listed (or not listed), please forward that on to me as well.
Finally, its been interesting plotting where all the Austin cachers live. Surprisingly there are several groups of cachers who live within just a few blocks of each other and probably dont even know it! You can see the temporary Austin cachers map at http://www.robuck.net/geocaching/cachers_map.gif
N 30° 12.4'
W 97° 50.4'
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- How about GI Doc?
By the way, welcome to geocaching!
From: Tom [mailto:firefightert@...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 6:46 AM
Subject: RE: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Lone Star Cachers roster
Geocaching handle: Don't have one, but open to
suggestion. For now, call me Tom
First Name: Tom
Last Name: Harkness
Home Phone: 512-990-0200
Mobile Phone: 512-914-0402
Work Phone: 512-442-6922
Home Coordinates:MGRS 14RPU2894769950
Home Zip Code: 78660
City or subdivision: Pflugerville
I am a retired Army Combat Medic and I have been using
the MGRS most of my life. I have been "geocaching"
sence 1976... but only for escape and evasion, Fire
and Manuver, and search and distroy. All this find
and sign is new to me... but I like it!