Who cares if some interactions are suspicious because a condition is met
The new juror who voted to not add this meme has voted to add another submission that’s a very simple gif posted on gifs.com: http://kleroscan.com/juror/0x8b26c150F0e4870511d142a5636d7E529a2CBbbf
So that’s how it works? Accept a very simple gif (not even a meme) without information on interactions, but reject a meme because the submitter wanted to tip some DOGE, which a DeversiFi admin thought was fine? Unlike that basic gif, there is *not* even any need for interactions for memes only, which take more creative efforts by the way. There is no point in rejecting a meme by looking into interactions when the meme is eligible *alone*.
The restriction on fake interactions makes sense if there is a condition on minimum interactions. In those cases, as long as the minimum of interactions (in this case 0) is not mainly fake, it should be enough for acceptance, because any post can be subject to suspicious interactions or attacks for rejection.
The other jurors of this round or appeal should accept this meme.