We all know that caches shouldn’t be in dry stone walls. When submitting a new cache we tick a box to say that we understand the rules etc!
Not long ago a cacher became well known to us all by making a bit of a stir when a cache didn’t meet the Dartmoor Letter Boxing Criteria. For a while this had the right effect. We should all do this all the time. What we need to do is not just record the fault in the log but to place “needs maintenance” or even “needs archiving” notes on the cache. This will eventually alert the reviewer who can then insist on corrective action being taken.
ie Don’t bleet but make a proper noise!