We are ahead of you! There is a button to donate to DCRO, rather than CCPC on the guide web page. https://www.ccpc.org.uk/rigging.htnl. Jen
All good stuff - but the "3D Models" from the registry either don't work any more or I'm doing something wrong?
Quote from: andys on December 10, 2020, 07:25:07 pmAll good stuff - but the "3D Models" from the registry either don't work any more or I'm doing something wrong?For me the Bradwell and the Stoney model viewers on the DCA Peak Survex Project page are working, but the Castleton and the overall Peak ones are not. Downloading the data and trying to open it with Aven gives a "Bad 3d image file" error, so it looks like these files on the DCA site are corrupt. DCA maintain these, not CCPC, so nothing we can do, other than let them know there is a problem, which I've just done! Jen
This is fixed now
Still not working for me I'm afraid. For reference, here's (one of) the URL I was trying:https://peakdistrictcaving.info/CaveView/?file=Castleton_Master_NoSurface.3d&prefix=castleton_master_nosurface.giants_oxlow_maskhill_system
Quote from: andys on December 11, 2020, 09:47:19 amStill not working for me I'm afraid. For reference, here's (one of) the URL I was trying:https://peakdistrictcaving.info/CaveView/?file=Castleton_Master_NoSurface.3d&prefix=castleton_master_nosurface.giants_oxlow_maskhill_systemTry emptying your browser cache. It may be still using the previously downloaded dodgy version of the data.
Added a topo for The Dungeon in Bagshawe Cavern. Other pitches in Bagshawe will follow at some point, but this is the most often descended.
The recommended rope length for Eyam Dale Shaft has increased to allow a back up to a tree. As this shaft is used a lot by relative novices, it seemed a good idea
Quote from: wellyjen on April 19, 2021, 07:08:45 pmThe recommended rope length for Eyam Dale Shaft has increased to allow a back up to a tree. As this shaft is used a lot by relative novices, it seemed a good ideaI actually have a personal story of a mini epic / unexpected changeover for someone who wasn't expecting one from this problem, in this cave. I blamed myself (accurate!) but updating the rope length is be great. Thanks!
Hi wellyjen - PM sent!
In response to Fishes' point, I would suggest that most people will use the guide to determine, before leaving home/club, the lengths of rope required for their chosen trip so that these can be selected and packed in good time. It is not a "Noddy's guide to rigging", but even an experienced caver may gain some useful information from reading the relevant chapter for their trip.tdobson's story above about the unexpected changeover illustrates this perfectly.
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