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I have discovered Pixoto in spring 2015, and found it interesting and fun at first. Unfortunately, as time went by I became more and more frustrated. The thing that made Pixoto frustrating, and the reason I used that exact word, was that it has the potential to be great, but it isn't yet. It has its issues.
To start the new year on a positive note, I decided to try and help Pixoto and its community to understand each other by addressing the issue that seems to have been troublesome to many of the users here. That issue seems to the "repetitiveness rule". The rule is detailed here (correct me if I am wrong):
The first two sentences say:
"NO VERY SIMILAR IMAGES: You may submit an unlimited number of images but each one must be significantly different from the others. This means only one image of any subject and scene/pose combination is allowed."
Now, in accordance with the linked rule, and other Pixoto rules, please have a look at the 9 cases presented in this file:
and kindly declare here, publicly, which of the presented cases does NOT represent repetitive and very similar images, and if possible, provide a short explanation of your decision.
I am sure that if you do this your users, including me, will finally understand the rules, your decisions when you don't react on the reported images, and many other issues. It will also, hopefully, stop the constant arguing about repetitive images as well.
Hope this will help make Pixoto a great community it is destined to be.