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The cache types filter used in many statistics is a static list and at least one cache type is missing. Please make this a dynamic query so that future new cache types are added automatically.

And in the meantime please add Community Celebration Event to the list. I am interested in who the top finder of these is.

Before you do that th
in Feature requests by the Seagnoid (Expert) (44.6k points)

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Community Celebration Events are in the list and have always been, but they are still listed with their old name Lost and Found Event Cache.
by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (168k points)
Top finders with filter = lost and found cache returns zero rows. I think there is more to this than not following gc's naming convention.
Sorry - top finders in New Zealand. I have found about 5 Community Celebration events. Yet no rows returned.
@the Seagnoid Top finders of CCEs in New Zealand (or people from New Zealand for that matter) has 450 rows and you're number three.

Did you mix up "Lost and Found Event Cache" and "Groundspeak Lost and Found Celebration"?
Ah! That was my problem, thank you!
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