http://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopi ... 25&t=17309
Fair enough, no GCA sponsorship of a Mega-Event. Sponsorship is not related just to cold, hard cash, so any sponsorship (including promotion or discussions) by a "competing geocache listing service" will also be forbidden I expect. To avoid any Mega-Event from being "delisted", I'm proposing that Geocaching Australia, including the site forums, will now ban, with extreme prejudice any and all references to Mega-Event activity. We will also remove any reference to a Mega-Event on any cache listing page, list of upcoming events, etc, etc.caughtatwork wrote:http://support.groundspeak.com//index.p ... age&id=308
6. Mega-Event Caches
Further, our publication of the Mega-Event cache provides exposure to millions of geocachers on Geocaching.com and through our weekly newsletter. In consideration of the significant resources we devote to publicizing the Mega-Event, we require listing-service exclusivity on all Mega-Events. We reserve the right to refuse to publish or to retract publication of any Mega-Event that includes as a sponsor a competing geocache listing service.
This is a proposal, discuss away.