Should the "urban/rural" priority be removed and all submissions treated equally?
Wayfarer prioritizes low Wayspot densities areas over high Wayspot densities areas. This has created incredible disparities between regions. Your submissions/edits can complete within 2 days or 2 years. You could choose not to ever review or use an upgrade if your turn around time is incredibly fast or you could be forced to review and earn upgrades because nothing completes within a "reasonable" amount of time. A reasonable amount of time is not waiting 2 years. Submitters in low Wayspot density areas have the advantage of all their submissions, title edits, location edits, description edits, and photo edits reviewed faster and in a timely manner. Meanwhile, those submitters in high Wayspot density areas not only have their submissions at a disadvantage, all their edits are also have very little priority and will also takes years. It's created a massive have vs have not situation. Would the situation be better if there was no priority and all submissions/edits were treated equally? Even if it made all submissions take weeks to complete, would this be better than having some people wait years? And wouldn't this also give motivation for people in rural and suburban communities to also try to review and have reasons to use an upgrade? In areas where "nothing" is completing, this has created the perception that Wayfarer doesn't work or requires too much work. Meanwhile in areas where everything completes in days, why should they bother to review other than altruism? There needs to be parity between these two areas. There shouldn't be one area that gets all the advantages and another that has none.