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If a checker is available there is often a notification placed in the log of a cache.

I see that everyone uses his own layout.

Is it possible that PGC makes a standard text so that the notification is more uniform and it looks more professional.
in Miscellaneous by vogelbird (Expert) (55.5k points)

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I don't write notes on the cache page for more than a few percent of the challenges I tag checkers for. If the challenge is reasonably simple to check without the checker I don't write anything. If it's complicated I'll add a note.
by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (182k points)
selected by vogelbird (Expert)
I do the same at the moment but I noticed on some cache logs of relative simple challanges a notification was issued.

Your answer is clear to me , thanks
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by LekkerSlim (5.9k points)
This is not what I mean, it is the text the tagger uses in the log of the cache to make them aware of the checker.

I give an example in dutch
Een checker is gepubliceerd voor deze cache, om het gemakkelijker maken voor cachers om te zien of ze in aanmerking komen. GPSannes, indien u graag een link wilt hebben om het te publiceren op uw cache pagina dan is deze beschikbaar op Project GC bij Project-GC Challenge checker
Ok, now I understand the question more
Agree with it
Here is the text in English:

A checker is published for this cache, to make it easier for cachers to see if they qualify. CO, if you'd like to have a link to publish it on your cache page it is available on Project-GC at Project GC-GC Challenge checker
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Relevant to the topic:

But with that, we definitely do not forbid it. But Project-GC will not take any initiatives here.
by magma1447 (Admin) (237k points)