So I’m 1/3rd of the way though the letter R and after that, I just have S and T left to do.
I have purged hundreds of cases as I go along. When I started this update/housecleaning, the Charley Project had a little more than 15,000 cases listed (I don’t remember the exact number). Now I’m down to 14,600-ish and am predicting I’ll remove at least 100 more before this is over.
After I finish R, S, and T, I am going to get drunk. After I recover from that, I’m going to start on the updates I’ve been neglecting for the past couple of weeks.
On the bright side, my kitten Viola has only had one potty accident in the past two or three weeks, and I *almost* trust her on the bed again.
Do you keep any record of the ones you’re deleting?
No, but they’re all in my site interface’s Trash folder.
ok.thanks for the reply. I just thought it’d be interesting to see which ones got deleted.
I think it would be very beneficial/interesting to see which cases got deleted. I second the motion.
The thing is though, since I’m deleting these cases in large part to protect the privacy of these no-longer-missing individuals (most of whom are presumably alive and well), wouldn’t publishing a list of their names defeat the purpose?
I understand what you’re saying but I still think it’d be interesting to see who dissapeared when/how long ago and that they’re possibly safe compared to listed as still missing. And to see what the status of their dissapearance was before they were found.