Why use "Other rejection criteria" as an euphemism for "Does not meet criteria"?
Very common situation. Someone submits a generic bus stop, road sign, apartment building, corner store, something like that. Does not meet criteria, not a great place to explore, not a place to exercise, not a great place to be social. So, reviewer correctly rates it one star, then needs to pick rejection reason, and..
1) There is no such rejection reason. New reviewers have to guess which reason is the closest to "does not meet criteria". For example, it can be "inappropriate location" - not a good place to play a game. Or it can be something else. More experienced reviewers choose "Other rejection criteria" as an euphemism. Then,
2) New submitters read the rejection reasons, and ignore "Other rejection criteria", because it does not make sense. Then they blame reviewers for picking reasons that make no sense.
Isn't it better to have explicit "Does not meet criteria" reason with an explanation, "Please nominate something which is either great place to explore, or exercise, or be social"?