I would like to contest the rejection of my submission of the web comic Homestuck--well, not really contest it, since the submission was just for fun and there is no impact to it being added or not, but I would like more discussion on what qualifies as web fiction for the medium as a whole.
Homestuck has about one million words of text throughout its story (counting some words transcribed from the panels themselves), including about 200,000 words of pure prose for its epilogue. The story constantly shifts mediums between comic, chatlog, game, animation, CYOA, etc., but I thought it may qualify for the sheer amount of prose it contains, and that its hypertext media aspect may actually be a plus. I guess it doesn't, but I personally believe that a wider net should be cast for what can be considered web fiction. And Web Fiction Guide actually does have several listings that make use of alternate mediums or contain interactive elements:
http://webfictionguide.com/podcast-only/ravens-gift/ - a podcast-only web serial
http://webfictionguide.com/graphic-novel/elan-meets-rafa/ - a webcomic (something I generally wouldn't count as web fiction myself, but it did make its way onto the site!)
http://webfictionguide.com/webcomic/the-men-in-the-black-coats/ - this one is tagged as webcomic; not sure if it had prose as well because the listing is dead.
http://webfictionguide.com/cyoa/theatre-of-horrors/ - a CYOA game/story
http://webfictionguide.com/cyoa/demons-and-deadlines/ - another CYOA.
I don't know what other people think about broadening or tightening the qualifiers for web fiction. And I think it's not that big a deal, especially for the story in question that needs no extra publicity, but I think clarification and/or discussion would be fun to have.