/ UKC Logbook Moderator's Thread
Sorry, missed your message, you're added.
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You've got it. Thanks for the help.
Added as second moderator.
This crag is moderated by a band user so I can't email them to let me take it on. The crag currently has no routes entered on the database so I don't know why anyone would want to moderate it anyhow. I am planning on giving it a Lammergeyer treatment. A bunch of bouldery routes on solid looking rock.
I think my post from 12th November got overlooked. Re Aiguille d'Argentiere.
Thanks Kris, I have removed him from moderator for any crag.
Crag requested, Hi
could i be made joint moderator for BENAOJAN
i was added, but looks like i have since been removed
as a moderator are we able to merge duplicate climbs or is that something you need to do?
I get this e-mail every two or three months.
CRAG 'Erraid Crags':
Update 'The Dog's Doo Daa'
I don't see anything needing updated.
If you start to delete one of the climbs, it will prompt you to transfer the logbook entries.
> I get this e-mail every two or three months.
> CRAG 'Erraid Crags':http://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/moderate.html?crag=10387Update 'The Dog's Doo Daa'
> I don't see anything needing updated.
I do. Someone has commented that the name is spelt wrong and another feedback is about where the crag is. Bottom of the second column.
This link should open for you - https://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/modclimb.php?id=25585 - but not others.
See Mark's reply - try and delete it and it will prompt to move the ticks if there are any.
If the duplicates are on different crag entries then a super-moderator needs to move the routes to the same crag entry first. Often this is a symptom of a duplicated crag entry as well though which is also a super-moderator job.
Ok, cheers both.
> Don't follow. Where are the other entries?
When I "search by crag name" I get three options, one of which is titled slightly differently. I now assume they all lead to the same page; but that wasn't obvious at first.
You've got them.
I noticed the classic scramble / poor weather mountaineering classic The Zig Zags on Gearr Aonach is duplicated across two crags on here:
Gearr Aonach, East Face: No match for climb id:225550, No match for climb id:248358, No match for climb id:352122
It doesn't really matter which one it goes in as it's close to the change of aspect on the hill, East Face is probably technically more correct.
Sorted although I made a bit of a boo-boo and some people who had logged summer ascents of Zig-Zag will now be showing them as winter. Apologies.
Thanks Paul, looks good.
Could you please amalgamate No match for climb id:63144 with the existing Alligin Ridge Traverse (I) and delete the former please.
Can No match for climb id:217707 be amalgamated with Pinnacle Ridge (summer) (D) and delete the former.
finally can I be added as moderator for Sgurr nan Gillean
You can actually do the 1st one yourself as I see your the moderator.
Delete traverse and it'll ask if you wish to move the ticks.
Didn't know, cheers for that.
All done. As mentioned, you can combine routes in a single crag, you just can't move them between crags.
I had a chat with the moderator for the glen nevis bouldering pages. I thought it might be an idea to merge the pages for bouldering into one Nevis Bouldering crag page then put pins for each boulder on the map. Punk Punk felt that could work. Might make it less cluttered/more accessible.
Would it be possible to merge the following?
No match for crag id:9375
No match for crag id:9953
No match for crag id:10617
No match for crag id:10615
No match for crag id:10616
The bouldering from Whale Rock, Glen Nevis
No match for crag id:10619
if so could I share moderation and Il sort them out, add missing areas and add details for each boulder etc
Is there one of those crags in particular that you think they should all be moved to?
Probably Heather Hat or the Camerone Stone. They are the two main bouldering sectors in the glen. But would it then be possible to change the name of the crag?
Brilliant. thanks Paul. Il sort through it over the next few days.
can you make me jointvmoderator for Taffs Well main please?
Can you make me joint moderator with goi ashmore for Ferndale Quarry (Rhondda Cynon Taff).
Changing grades? With new definitive guides coming out, it seems appropriate to change the grades - does this mean previous votes will be lost?
I've merged those 2. Cheers.
You've got it.
Can I have Leather Tor please? I have emailed firemunki and he has been in contact and is in agreement. If you’d rather put me on as a second moderator that would be fine.
Lots of interest for moderating crags. Can someone please explain what this involves. Thanks.
I've sorted those out.
Sure, you're on there.
You're on there.
Moderator addition request - add users 'Tophe' and 'Bargate_champ' as moderators to the following crags in Guernsey please:-
Red Lion Bouldering, Vale Castle, Homptolle (bouldering), Beaucette, Nid L'herbe, Fort Doyle,Fort Le Marchant, Fort Pembroke, Bouldering Circuit, The Tip, Rousse, The Knife, Pecqueries Boulder, Port Soif, Grandes Rocques (Boulder Gulley), Fairy Ring (Bouldering), Les Tielles, Petit Bot, Moulin Huet, Doyle Rock, & Jerbourg Bouldering.
One or other of them are often moderators for the relevant crag already. They're going to look after the bouldering problem moderation for those crags. Many thanks in advance.
I'm replying so I've got links to the users and crags. I'll sort this out today.
> Red Lion Bouldering, Vale Castle, Homptolle (Bouldering), Beaucette, Nid L'herbe, Fort Doyle, Fort Le Marchant, Fort Pembroke, Bouldering Circuit, The Tip, Rousse, The Knife, Pecqueries Boulder, Port Soif, Grandes Rocques (Boulder Gulley), Fairy Ring (bouldering), Les Tielles, Petit Bot, Moulin Huet, Doyle Rock, & Jerbourg bouldering.
Thanks Paul. Whilst you're at it, I've just tried updating the description for the Jersey and Guernsey guidebook and it tells me I can't because my IP has been used to send spam. I can still post on the forums though.
Crag available: RAC Boulders
I took on RAC Boulders years ago when I was relatively local and the page was a mess. Now I'm very much non-local, and someone has just flooded the page with updates from the new North Wales Bouldering guide which I don't own so can't check.
> I'm replying so I've got links to the users and crags. I'll sort this out today.
Did you forget about this (a few posts up)?
Ooops, sorry. I'll sort this today.
You already are the 2nd moderator for Wildcat, maybe you need to refresh the crag page?
Crag Requested: Bone Hill Rocks
Ah, right thanks.
Could you please integrate the southern Krk / Croatia crags into one crag and include the current descriptions of crags as sector descriptions?
This new crag "Baska" should include -
No match for crag id:16718
No match for crag id:16746
No match for crag id:19717
No match for crag id:17107
I'm happy to stay on as moderator.
Thnks in advance!
I'll merge them all into one of the crags listed above. Can you suggest which one should be host please for the merge please?
Please merge them in Baska Sea Bag.
> Sorted that.
Happy to moderate or be a second moderator for these two crags. Live within a mile of them both and would like to update the descriptions and correct some wrong route information. Cheers, Cam
Sorry for double links!
Hi there, can I please be added as a second moderator to Cademan Woods and Broad Hill? I'd like to tidy up the problems, add dividers to separate them into the different areas, and add GPS coordinates for easier navigation of the woods.
No match for crag id:22048 also needs merging with the above crag page as it only contains duplicate problems.
You've got them.
You've got it
Added you and merged that other crag with it.
I would like to moderate Harland Edge in the Peak.
Thanks, I've added you.
Hi , crag requested , please can I volunteer for rheinstor (alport), either in place of the current moderator or in addition to.
That's merged Mike.
Thanks Paul, all sorted now (despite one guidebook having different names for some of the routes)
Heres a thought, I know it doesn't happen often but having an alias name for crags & climbs would be a useful addition.
We usually just stick the alias in brackets at the end. Not ideal but means it shows up the in the searches.
Thanks, if thats how it works then great, I'll do the necessary. This particular crag is covered by one swiss and at least two or more french guides and they just don't agree on the names (despite them being painted on at the bottom of the routes!)
Thanks for that, just out of interest, I've noticed that I haven't been added as moderator on the crag page and how I go about checking routes etc and updating the page for the crag? Will be out there on Monday checking a few things,
I think you just need to refresh the crag page to see the moderation link in the top right. You're definitely on there.
Thanks Paul. Ben Turner is writing a new guide for the woods and has asked if No match for crag id:22047 and No match for crag id:21806 could also be merged into Cademan Woods and Broad Hill since they are both located within it and will be covered in the guide.
You've got it.
Can I delete the crag BORNHOLM without deleting the location Bornholm? Maybe a silly question, but I wouldn't risk deleting it all.
No match for crag id:24640
Somebody has deleted it. Thanks.
I think Cheddar Gorge South has some routes out of order, and at least 1 that's in the guide but not on UKC. Also would like to add some Buttress dividers to the UKC list of Warlord Wall area, so that it reads a bit more like the latest Martin Crocker guide, also maybe to add some notes re multi-pitch routes which people sometimes get on whilst they are restricted!
Can I be added as joint moderator for this crag please?
Can Bargate Champ be added as a moderator to 'Les Autelets' crag in Sark please?
Great, thanks for the swift turnaround
Hi. Someone added a variation start as a route in its own right to a crag which I moderate: seemed like a reasonable idea, so I marked it as verified. Trouble is - there are about 80 logged entries of earlier ascents which are a mixture of the original and the variation. Is there a way to select the ascents of the variation and move them across? Thanks.
Could I please be added as a second moderator for Compton Verney. The Warwick University Climbing Club climbed on the boulder today and at the request of the art gallery I am producing a topo of the problems. Could the crag also be renamed so it doesn't have the unnecessary hyphen at the end? Cheers.
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Can you make me joint/sole moderator for Nash Point:
Sure, you're on there.
I noticed that a new area was added to Switzerland - "Jungfrau" - with a few new crags in there. I updated the crag details changing the area to "Bern" for all of them (but without volunteering as moderator for any of them), hope that's ok.
> I'm pretty sure you can't do this...it's up to the logger to change their ascent from the original to the variation if they wish.
It's a pity, because at some crags it's a problem which never seems to get resolved. For example, at No match for crag id:3658 there's a whole extra buttress divider for "duplicate routes": one route has two entries and one has three, presumably purely to preserve a couple of stray logged ascents. There's then always the chance that people will log on the "wrong" entry, making the problem worse.
As moderator for the crag with the above climb, I have been alerted by a diligent user to the fact that it is included in the ticklist "Quality 6s + 7s in Yorkshire".
It is, sadly, inelligible on at least three counts! I can only suggest its prompt removal from the list.
Further housekeeping tasks might include: the guidebook entry "Plaisir Jura Filidor 2017" is a duplicate of the much more complete entry: "Schweiz Plaisir Jura Edition Filidor (2017)".
Re: 26 Oct 2018
In reply to Alan James - UKC and UKH:
Could I be added as second moderator for Uphill Quarry Please.
I live 10 minutes away and have been climbing there regularly.
Yes, no, maybe ?
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