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I would reread the post and you'll see that Purptacular offered a pretty reasonable view , not facts or even an opinion, of what they thought happened.
Are you privy to how many votes it takes to make a submission pass or fail?
If not you could share how many people from the group block voted positively for it to help everyone to understand the process a bit better.
According to my photospheres it would need between 100 and 200 but there doesn’t seem to be an exact number.
How many people voted from the group? Not sure but if I had to guess we’re about 15 active reviewers.
15<100. Glad to help
I will weigh in here since it sounds like you are interested in hearing other viewpoints.
As a reviewer, here are some things I would typically be looking for to determine whether an area has two separate playground points of interest:
*A physical barrier like a fence, building, or road between two areas.
*A significant enough distance that children playing wouldn't be reasonably be able to treat the two areas as one.
*A substantial difference in function. For example, I might consider a water or sand area to be a separate point of interest from an area with traditional playground equipment, even if the two are very close together.
*A obvious or stated difference in the population who would be using the two areas. I once reviewed a dedicated special needs playground set that was adjacent to traditional equipment and I considered that as being separate.
What other information could a submitter share during nomination to help convince me? Links to a city website listing two separate playground areas at the park, a park map delimiting two different playground areas, park signs with different names or age specifications for the two sets of equipment. A supporting photo that shows a clear division or separation between the two areas and, at the very least supporting information that carefully describes the distinction between the two areas.
Niantic's main published criteria do not have very specific guidelines for these types of submissions. This is what I look for, but I'm sure there are others who have an entirely different way of thinking about them. When Niantic gives us grey areas like this, I think it greatly benefits submitters to try to understand what others might be thinking. I personally feel like I am always still learning and I appreciate everyone who has tried to exchange viewpoints here.
How is the new poi doing?@BeyondSour-ING
Any chance you could send me a gift from it?
well i guess we can agree to disagree since for me as a reviewer
*grass space: a physical barrier
*10+foot : is enough that children playing wouldn't be reasonably be able to treat the two areas as one.
*A substantial difference in function since one is a big structure and the others are small swing
*A obvious or stated difference in the population since one is for teenager and one more for the child.
Would be hard for him since he live at 50+km. It didnt sync yet in ingress because of the distance with the Park sign but will probably in the few days. I had two POI accept in the same situation in the past few weeks
If he sends his friend code I’ll do the road trip just for him :)
Why my comment was removed ? What kind of censorship is this ? (Someone is NOT following the TOS, and looks like it is not me Niantic...) If the post was "agressive", or somewhat violate any of the rules, why not it wasn't flagged and I have been warned ? What is the point of having a forum for "discussion" if a moderator simple disagree with your opinion and fell free to DELETE it ?