From:
David S April <april@syclo.com>
Sent: 6/5/2001 10:52:14 AM
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Re: GPS Game Developers


At 08:35 AM 6/5/01 -0700, Dave Ulmer wrote:

how about any of these?

YouAreHere
URHere
X marks The Spot

>Scout,
>
>Thanks for the message, I too am determined to create a new GPS game
>that doesn't rely on physical caches. Buxley is ready to do it too. I
>will be starting a New GPS Game developers yahoogroup soon. Trying to
>think up a good name at this time. Any Thoughts?
>
>Dave...




>gc_scout@hotmail.com wrote:
> >
> > --- In gpsstash@y..., daveulmer@c... wrote:
> > > Geocaching is a legally flawed game since it provides no means for
> > > consent of property owners or ajacent property owners where
> > geocaches
> > > are placed. Ignoring the rights, feelings and privacy of property
> > > owners is wrong.
> >
> > I thought I replied to this, but it hasn't show up on the list, so
> > I'll try again. Geocaching is no different from hunting or fishing or
> > cross-country skiing in this regard. The way to combat this is
> > through education.
> >
> > I'm working on a variant of geocaching that addresses some other
> > things that I view as weaknesses. I plan to eliminate the physical
> > caches and introduce some competition and teamwork. Let me know if
> > folk are interested and I'll explain further.
> >
> > The one thing that I can't solve is the concern you raise. I don't
> > know how that can be solved by any sport that uses the entire surface
> > of the globe as its playing field!


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