I don't mind having my stuff kicked back and rejected as long as I'm told specifically why it was rejected and what I could have done to have prevented it.
I'm all for that.
ou can't really say every skin a Journeyman, MA, etc, makes would be of a higher quality than a citizen who's worked on his/her first blind for a year, fine tooth-combing it before uploading;
But in general their work , for the most part is going to be much better, sure there may be some reverse instances, but in reality, there is usually quite a jump from new skinners and experienced ones. If you don't think of it as a 'right' then getting to the main gallery to me.. seems like a superb incentive for some skinners.
I call it pride.
So whether your lazy, or just not far enough along yet, the challenge is still there to improve. Ive suggested before, A WIP area where beta skins can be posted, tested, ripped apart, feedback given, perhaps some kind of feedback system driven by multiple choice checkboxes and small comment areas.
A. Is it missing sections - Yes \ No - which?
B - Does it have noticable buggy areas that hinder ease of use - where.
Heck, the replies in those posts could even be anonymous, would help people speak their true mind on a work in progress as opposed to saying "this skin sucks" in the main gallery Or a new, potential customizer downloading it and thinking
There are all kinds of ways to provide feedback, foster up and coming honest skinners. That wa just the first that springs to mind.