I know the system is just doing what it is suppose to be, which is to look at the first log date and check if you found it that day and then suggest you may have been FTF, and let you look into it.
Now when someone comes along and dates their log badly this can really mess up the system. I'm thinking two catches for this would be nice.
1. all logs before the published date are ignored. (I know some caches this would throw a false positive, but for the most part this would help. plus we would rather add extra false positives then remove real caches of interest right?)
2. perhaps ability to set a number of finds cut off as well. as in, if you logged a find within the first 10 people to have found a cache or even first 3 or so. this help make sure caches don't get filtered out, even with bad log dates by others that are after the published date.
thoughts? and in case anybody was wondering, this did happen to me and I had to go correct the log for