Stop rejected for wrongful reasons

When submitting a Wayspot Appeal, make sure to include as much of the following information as possible:

  • Wayspot Title: 반룡어린이공원 운동기구와 정자

  • Location (lat/lon):35.180049,126.902718

  • City:Kwangju Jeollanam-do

  • Country: South Korea

  • Screenshot of the Rejection Email (do not include your personal information):

  • Additional Information (if any): The reason of the Rejection is low quality photo and third party photo. I dont agree because its my photo.
    It was taken with a smartphone and the weather was bad due to the back light, so I did some color correction, and there was only a slight loss while reducing the capacity due to overcapacity during upload attempts.Although there was a slight deterioration in image quality, it is not of high quality enough to be rejected, and a representative photo of the stop is sufficient. I can’t accept both third-party and low-quality photos. I even used the upgrade. The stop to be approved was rejected for ridiculous reasons.

This needs to go through the normal appeal process. Please use the appeal button on the submission and provide your rationale to the appeal team through that interface.

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Minute details seem identical to a Naver Map street view dated August 2023.

Not sure though. Can you share the full resolution photo as submitted?


It seems pretty similar for me… Including the windshield part in the right corner at bottom of the picture :sweat_smile:

But I can be wrong…

Oh my god, I uploaded another picture of waypost. That picture was originally edited for additional information, but it was uploaded incorrectly. I’m sorry. Could you help me change the representative picture when I do the Appeal? It’s a shame to give up because it’s an upgraded nomination. I only need to replace one picture, but there is no way to upload another picture in the appeal process. thanks

Unfortunately, since photos taken from any third party source are not allowed, the only option is to resubmit. There isn’t a way to change the photos on a nomination once it has been submitted.

However, even this image seems a bit odd to me…

We can’t change the photos once submitted as @DTrain2002 mentions.

You also want to take a clearer, closer photo of the object(s) submitted for the main one, these images provided have a lot of clutter.

The pavilion and the exercise equipment seem like two distinct wayspots to me as well. I see a separately fenced swing too.


Agree, there does appear to be 2-3 distinct POIs that could be Wayspots: the exercise equipment, the gazebo, and possibly the swing set. If there is a separate sign for the park, that could be submitted for the park as a whole, so a 4th possible POI that could be a Wayspot.

@astrophysiko I’d really recommend reviewring both Wayspot criteria and photo guidelines again, so you know what is and isn’t eligible, and what a good photo is for a nomination.

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