Wayfaring in light of Covid Bonus rollback
As I and other pogo players are reeling from the prospect of reduced interaction radiuses, we might want to think about how it affects our nominations. Unfortunately it is a reminder that we are not ultimately in control of our creations or guaranteed as easy access to them in the future as we have today.
I created dozens of stops during covid, so do not yet know what their interactibility will be like with reduced radiuses. I suspect many stops will subsequently require road crossing, may not be so disability friendly (e.g. accessible by foot but not by path), or lack shelter/seating within the 40m radius. Adding more stops may offset some of the losses although there's really not much more I can add locally.
I think we can work to "future-proof" our submissions in some instances. For example, being sure that when we submit playgrounds we pin it at the footpath entry (the guidelines have always told us to, but submitters are complacent). We may also want to consider doing edits now for any stop that we will not be able to reach to edit if we leave it too late (N.B. I'm not advocating for falsification thank you very much, only for correction of wonky stops while it can still be done).
On that note, do we know if edit radiuses will be reduced?
Any other thoughts/ideas? Will you continue to nominate if they go through with it?