Playground in small town rejected:

Title of the Wayspot: Domek ze zjeżdżalnią / Cottage with a slide

 Location: [Lat/Long] 53.43677689553406, 15.547777314197011 (localization of playground)

53.43632180509937, 15.54768901546954 (localization of multifamily building it belongs to)

 City: [City] Ińsko

 Country: [Country] Polska / Poland

 Screenshot of the Rejection Email: [Attach Screenshot]

 Photos to support your claim: [Attach photo]

PIC #1 - nomination (53.43677689553406, 15.547777314197011)

PIC #2 - NOMINATION WITH SURROUNDING AREA so revievers can find specific blocks beside, and recognize location.

PIC #2 - multifamily residence, that playground is on background of it (53.43632180509937, 15.54768901546954)

 Additional information: [If you have more explanations, add them here]

Cottage is an element of playground located beside multifamily residence located at Bohaterów Warszawy 6, 73-140 Ińsko, Polska. Its a normal/typical house block, not a private property. The fence was created years ago, becouse of surrounding area - shop, pizzeria, bus stop and a big parking. Tourist (sometimes not sober) were looking for a place to sit, talk and drink. After some problematic situations, people living there decided to create a fence, so pushy tourists would stop destroing the playground and scearing the kids who were playing there. We need to keep some thing in minds that realities in big cities, small towns and villages are quite different.

Polish revievers reject stuff like this even, when it seems to be acceptable by criteria.

As I read in November AMA, playgrounds like this are acceptable/eligible, and sertenly they are accessable to more people than just a family.

#1 "How does “publicly accessible” apply to locations that have limited access, like members-only clubs, gated communities, time-restricted areas?

Just like with the definition of private residential property, this guideline hasn’t changed. These locations would still be eligible, including restricted areas on the grounds of a company’s headquarters or behind locked gates so long as there wouldn’t be objections to you entering the area and the location is accessible to some folks."

#2 " Considering that multi-family residences like apartment complexes can have publicly accessible amenities (like playground equipment), these could still be eligible as long as they meet all of the acceptance criteria."


  • Maxyme99-PGOMaxyme99-PGO Posts: 954 ✭✭✭✭✭

    As I mentioned in your previous thread, can you show us full screenshot of your nomination (with title, photo, descriptions etc.)? Like you did in your second topic here about local pizzeria :)

    It will help us see exactly what reviewers see when they get this nomination :) From this photos and text you gave us here I don't know what was part of nomination that reviewers see and what is part of thing you added to prove it exist for us. So please, give us screenshots of your full nomination :)

    But if these photos you give us are from your nomination, then they don't give reviewers much help with locating your nomination. The main (first) photo isn't bad, but support (second) photo doesn't show much of area near this playground, so people can't tell it's location. Your pin is on trees, that looks like were cut some time ago (on your photos there is only one visible tree), so it doesn't look like this place you nominated.

    On streetview your reviewers see gate with fence and next to it is different playground that looks like any playground you can buy for your kids to put in your garden. And house next to this playground looks like single-family house on this streetview. Reviewers don't see this side of building you posted on last photo, they see streetview from other street that is near your pin.

    At first glance of streetview it does look like on private single-family house garden, that's the reason for this rejection. If this area changed much since making streetview (it's from 2013) then maybe making photosphere would help it.

    But give us your full nomination to be sure, what reviewers see, then my answer might be more accurate :)

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