Rejected nomination - could use help/insight
I have a rejected nomination for a free mini street library and could use some help improving the nomination, or at least get some insights as to why it was rejected.
My nomination is -as said- a free miniature street library (which are eligible), placed at the absolute outer border of a (residential) garden. It is publicly accessible 24/7, 365 days a year and placed by a local volunteering organisation with explicit permission by the residents.
The thing that strikes me, is that this nomination was rejected due to it seemingly being on private property, which a part of me understands, but I also see a TON of free mini street libraries being accepted just fine, even if they are on the absolute outer border of a (residential) garden, like my nomination. It confuses me and I would love some insight as to why this particular nomination was rejected and other very similar nominations/wayspots are not. I also feel like sending in an appeal, but I am not sure where to do that…
If I were to send in a new nomination for this Wayspot, what things could I look at to improve this nomination? Although I am not looking forward to that process, because I am currently looking at a waiting time of over a year to get nominations through the reviewing system, not using upgrades. (If I were to use upgrades it depends on how much time I have to properly review about 200+ nominations to get an upgrade)
Anyway, would love your help/feedback on this one!