I just had an appeal rejected quickly, which I appreciate since most of mine linger for a year. But really?
Two issues. First: this is a historic rebuilt fishing shack in a small roadside park with grass and a beach. The beach is heavily used by rock hunters, beach goers, and surfers. The fishing shack is a popular destination for photographers and history buffs. There is roadside parking. This was laid out in the original post and in the description and it is all visible from sat view. Both the OG submission and appeal were rejected for pedestrian access.
Second point: “We recommend you review the Wayspot Criteria before submitting your next Wayspot contribution”. I find that to be fairly pejorative and off-putting. There are far more positive or constrictive tones to use. After more than 14.5k reviews, hundreds of submissions, and a great agreement level consistently, I doubt that reviewing the Wayspot Criteria before submitting your next Wayspot contribution will add much value.