Historic or Cultural Significance --> Am I doing it wrong?
Is the "Does this nomination have some historical or cultural significance?" specifically looking for historical and/or cultural significance, or is it just asking if the waypoint meets the criteria of "What makes a good Wayspot?"
The reason I ask is that in the "What makes a good Wayspot?" article, they separate historical & cultural sites from parks, libraries, and transit. The article specifically says "we OFTEN add nominations that are a special nod to industries and networks that connect people around the world." To me, this sounds like there are two different master categories for a Wayspot... the "historical/cultural" ones and "connecting" ones. I'm brand new, but I've been interpreting the question "Does this nomination have... historical or cultural significance" as trying to differentiate between the two. So a playground, while a valid Waypoint submission, would get a low grade on this question, but high marks on "Should this be a Wayspot?"
My brief search of the forums indicates that I may be doing this wrong, but the articles I read don't appear to specifically address the topic in this manner. Is there a distinction between the two groups, and is this question intended to differentiate them?