(diff | hist) . . France 2; 21:05 . . (+585) . . Celcomtel-Proximanova (wall | contribs) (Brief introduction and footnote added. France is the only European country where the flagship public channel is not numbered 1.) (VisualEditor)
Actually, Hungary as well. IIRC, Duna is the flagship channel of Hungary's public broadcaster.
Several channels are missing, but there are quite a few logos (including separate logos for HD channels) on this site.
P.S. I was about to upload an SVG for TVN Poland HD but I was only a few minutes too late as someone else had done so! Still I did it anyway (as a separate file)! Otherwise some SVG logos of HD channels (like TVN Poland) are extremely hard to find.
While I appreciate your efforts to add a huge amount of info to the page, I can still see some mistakes in your revisions:
- Some of the info appear to be inaccurate and/or biased. For example, the 2011-2016 section states that the channel isn't using a slogan after "Colour Your Life", when they clearly are using a new one, Freut euch drauf; they're just not using it as often on-air, especially after the 2016 rebrand.
- You made the revisions using VisualEditor, which explains the line break codes and the "thumb" formatting in the images.
- There is such a thing as too much information. I'm just helping you simplify it to make the info more concise, focused, and gramatically correct.
Why you said on Telekom Deutschland's last edit there's should, at least, one non-SVG image while our admins said otherwise (did you even read the guidelines?). You aren't even an admin and always edited the page without regarding the standard on guidelines (e.g. Telia Company and Telekom's one) and stated your own rules but it's actually against the actual rules. This is my second warning to you: Be respectful and I'll pay you back. Thank you.
Okay. Restore the SVG. Then the page will not have any thumbnail in the dynamic category view. That is a minor price to pay. At least this will prevent the usage of SVG needed templates. I will leave it to you at this point. Let every image be an SVG hereafter.
I'm really appreciated your intentions on every article edits. However, with all my respects as logo enthusiast, please stop move the descriptions above the logos, because not everyone were pleased about it.
And don't erase some notes that you might think it's unnecessary (example: the designer whose made the brand/change)instead of fixing grammars, as you said it on the summary. In fact, those things actually can be found on most pages here, so please leave it as it is.