Not really a HAZosultion, but something I have grown more tire of, irritated with, or annoyed with, depending on your perspective: excessive data creation ( aside from this thread, of course). It doesn't pertain exclusively to HAZ, either. I see a lot of junk on Facebook, and I am sure other social websites are the same. People creating endless junk data that our society stores.
Mostly, I create and hoard too much data on my computer, specifically pictures. Back in 2014 or 2015, a few HAZ members pointed out that my pictures looked all the same, and I was guilty of that. Same hikes over and over, and identical images posted, too. I've really tried to cut back on taking and posting the same pictures. I already stopped writing logs for most of my hikes, and stopped writing long logs for all but a few hikes. I don't think people read them, and it seems pointless. As times has gone on, I don't read my old logs. I've really tried to stop posting too many boring pictures, and I would like to stop taking and then posting pictures that seem excessive.
HAZ specific, I still log all trip as accurately as I can, but mostly so I can track my stats. I sometimes consider stopping logging hikes, mostly for things like Piestewa excercise hikes, but right now, heading towards 3 million feet of AEG, I still like the idea of tracking that.
Today, I spent a long time trying to clean up my hard drive by deleting 1000s of pictures I never looked at. All basically the same, and going back to 2011 when I bough my computer. I don't know what other people do with their images, but I'd like to update my "Hazosolution" to stop taking so many junk picture, stop posting lousy pictures, and then to delete or stop hoarding junk pictures on my computer or anywhere else. Seems like something our society does too much of, these days. I know Joes says HAZ has the data capacity, and that is great news, but I don't, and I don't want my junk shots just sitting there.
Besides, I often find I enjoy a hike a lot more when I don't have my camera out.
Nothing more enjoyable than a good hike out of town.