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Checker for "GC315RW" (Resuscitator Challenge)

+3 votes

Basically, have you logged a find on a cache that had previously not been found for a year or longer.

These are the conditions from the cache listing page:

  • You must not own the qualifying cache.
  • You must not have found it previously.
  • Your find must be dated ON or AFTER the published date of this cache.
  • Qualifying cache must be active (ie. not archived or disabled).
  • If you jointly resuscitate a qualifying cache with one or more other cachers then only one of the team qualifies for this cache. (Cacher = Caching account.) Alternatively, you can take the appropriate fractional credit each and continue resuscitating caches until you have one per team member.
  • It must be a Groundspeak cache.
  • No FTFs - it must have already been found once.
  • No "throw-downs" allowed.
  • There will be cases where the previous found log may be questioned as to its validity, e.g. if there is no corresponding signature on the paper log in the cache container. If you wish such a log to be ignored in calculating whether you can claim the cache as a valid resuscitation, then please contact me with full information and evidence to support it, e.g. a photograph of the paper log. I will then make a decision on a case by case basis.
  • Any log by muggles or geocachers in the logbook but not recorded online will be ignored for the purpose of the last found date.
asked Nov 18, 2014 in (OBSOLETE) Checker requests by Mr Zombie (150 points)

Great idea yes

I logged a cache like that 3 years after the latest find:

De la TĂȘte et des Jambes

==> Log and pictures smiley

1 Answer

+1 vote
Cant be done with the current API. There is now way to get the date of the last log before your find.
answered Nov 18, 2014 by Target. (Expert) (104,040 points)