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The only criticism I have is against the development team.
It is true that the number of submissions has increased dramatically since the decision to take action was made.
When nominating PokéStops, if you look at the selection guidelines and the nominees, the nominees are much easier to tap visually.
To summarize the contents of the nominations, they include "eye-catching" and "locations known only to local residents," but they also include "locations of educational or cultural significance," "safe locations accessible from sidewalks," and "avoid locations on the grounds of private residences or limited-time installations.
At this time, there is no mention of mass production, nor is there any mention of K-12.
It's such a difficult form to see, but we suddenly have to take action against trainers who are not used to it.
Isn't the first step to create something that is easy to read and understand by ourselves?
The same goes for the screening process.
There is no explanation of basic usage, such as that you can search by tapping on the title, or how to switch between Street View and Satellite View and how to move them around.
Is that something you do to improve quality, or is it something you eliminate?
For example, if there is a false application or a false review, I can understand taking action, but I think the first thing the development team should do is to make it easier to understand and see.
I understand that they are trying to do that now, and I have high hopes for them.
So, I think we can make a decision after that.
The applicant has applied for a Shisa to be placed on the gatepost.
A hut temporarily erected on a vacant plot of land.
This is where the farmers put their vegetables for sale.
This in itself has no value as a POI.
What's worse is that the application was made by photographing this place from a nearby flat room.
In Japan, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) describes "児童館(children's centres)" on the following official website
As explained on the following official website
A children's home is one of the child welfare facilities provided for in Article 40 of the Child Welfare Law, and its purpose is to provide children with sound play in the community in order to promote their health and enrich their emotions.
According to one of the Japanese laws, these facilities exist for "all children (under 18 years old)".
Unfortunately, there are many Wayfinders in Japan who know that a children's centre is a facility for children, but apply for it because it is a building.
Temporary exhibits for sales promotion.
It is a mass-produced product.
It is located in the pharmacy shop.
A very common one.
If someone were to make this become ONLINE, it would be an applicant who did not understand the rules at all.
・I'm suggesting something near the emergency vehicle entrance of a large hospital.
・Suggestion for drastically shifting the position of the pins.
A lamppost next to a private house.
This plaque, which refers to a "prefectural housing estate", is worthless in itself (and is self-servingly labelled "north side"). But what is more important is that the pin is placed on a private house, not on the spot where the plate is placed.
In the supplementary information, the following information is provided.
It is possible to communicate with people who have suffered from the disaster of "Great East Japan earthquake".
In my opinion, it is a comment of vile content, saying whatever it likes without facts and without understanding the hurt feelings of the victims.
The applicant has applied for a tree in the park.
They have applied for an ineligible one, but what is more noteworthy is the location of the pin.
It is placed at the entrance of a private house, not in the park.
It's right next to a private house.
The application is for a cherry tree standing in the garden of a private home.
Can be used for Pokémon capturing expeditions.
Application for a different version of the supplementary information photo.Oshu-City,Iwate-Pref. Japan.
There are an endless number of horrific abuse applications from this city of Oshu.
The nature of the applications suggests that they are from the same person.
Please investigate if you can.
In Google Street View, the sign "売家(This house is for sale)" is pasted on the right side of the shutter in white letters on a red background.
This means that this property, as applied for, is a private residence that has been purchased by someone else.
A pond with goldfish at the entrance to the grounds of a private house.
Application for a different version of the supplementary information photo.
Mass-produced children's dolls standing next to a pedestrian crossing.
A flower arrangement at the station.
This is just a pile of snow in a vacant lot.
Facilities where mentally disabled people work
Application : display at Kojika Kindergarten
Just a rock in somones front yard.
Objects of a private house
Flowerbed of a private house
Weathervane in a private home
The supplementary information falsely claims that it is a popular local spot. It's just an acorn with a face painted on it, placed on the front door of a private home.
The description says: "A hall where everyone gathers. However, this place is a funeral hall.
It is considered to be a rather malicious applicant.
Miyakotenrei Official Website
The application is for just a bridge, integrated with the carriageway.
Moreover, the position of the pin is on the roadway. Very dangerous.
Wells in private homes
This isn't from a home but it's still pretty bad: