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Title of the Wayspot: Gelber Stier
Screenshot of the Rejection Email:
Photos to support your claim:
Additional information: Sculpture has been removed.
Who gives you the assurance that the Wayspot has been permanently removed? A construction site is currently visible in the photos. In this respect, the Wayspot can only have been removed temporarily in order to be placed there again after the construction work is completed.
In this respect, this contribution is incorrect.
7 Months have passed! @NianticAaron @NianticLC
Appeal Accepted - Thanks for the appeal, Explorer. We gave this a second look and decided to retire the Wayspot in question.
The construction site is complete and the sculpture has apparently been restored in the meantime. It has been completely repainted and is no longer labeled. It is now at the following location: 53.336875, 13.054969
Now that the Wayspot is back, will it be restored and moved to the new location? Or should I submit it again because of the new location and the new design?
I don't understand players who delete poi and then want to restore it. why do it?
I'll be happy to explain that to you. The Wayspot was removed due to a construction site and has thus lost its right to exist. Therefore, according to the rules, it was imperative to delete it, otherwise it would not have reflected the current state of the real world. But now it exists again and has thus regained its right to exist.
You have to be really intelligent not to be able to wait for a construction site. And that's how you produce such garbage. It is questionable who is begging for his raison d'être here.
Does this really have to be the case that Wayspots temporarily removed due to construction really have to be deleted, where it's not at all clear if they will be put back up afterwards?
Is that really the definition of permanent removal?
Or would it perhaps also be worth reconsidering on the part of support to defer deletion requests as long as construction sites exist.
The support can really save pointless work. And maybe the one or other overzealous Wayfarer will be slowed down a little bit in this nonsense.
As soon as something no longer exists, it is invalid and must be removed, otherwise it no longer reflects the real world. Even if it is put up again later. But you can't know that in advance. If it reappears, the wayspot can either be resubmitted or restored.
In this case, it has been restored and no longer has any inscription, and even the location has changed. Thus, if one had not initiated a deletion, one would have run the risk of leaving an invalid wayspot in place, although there was no guarantee that the statue would be put up again. In addition, a correction of the description, which refers to the inscription, as well as a correction of the location would have been necessary afterwards. All of this is grossly negligent and not to be tolerated.
This is really the cheapest excuse. What is so unmistakable about the word "permanent"? A little less overambitionism would be appropriate here. Think about it.
And am still in favor of evaluating such Wayspot decisions only after construction is complete.
Please resubmit the candidate(s) in question. Thanks,
Like that? - Denied.
Okay. I'll appeal it then. Thanks! :)