As a result of the discussion, you are now no longer an administrator or a bureaucrat. I truly apologize that I had to do this, but your lack of concern and poor SVG uploads show that you show little to no concern over Logopedia's policies anymore. Based on your recent behavior, I have decided to ban your account due to your reckless editing. I again apologize that I have to do so, but what you have done with the SVG images for TBS (United States) is unacceptable, and if you will not reply to me or anyone else, then I am afraid I have no choice. Thank you for using Logopedia.
Hello, I am a fellow administrator on Logopedia, like yourself. I do not think we have come into contact before in my two years here. However, I would like to kindly ask you to stop making a separate section for templates. It is pointless to do so, as all the templates are at the bottom of the page as it is. Thank you.
This is the second time I have had to contact you about this. Please stop making an extra header for the templates. It is unnecessary because it is already at the bottom of the page. If you continue to add a header for the templates, you may be stripped of your administrator and bureaucratic rights and/or blocked. Thank you.
This is now the third time I have had to contact you about the same situation. Again, please stop making an extra header for templates and videos. The templates are already at the bottom of the page, so a header is not necessary. Also, please keep the videos in the section they belong and not make a new section for them.
As this is the third time I have contacted you about the same situation, I am growing concerned that you are not fit to be an administrator, as you have never socialized with anyone personally on Logopedia and just made edits. You have the next few days to respond to me about this issue, otherwise you will be demoted and no longer be an administrator.
Alright, I've tried to be patient, but I know that you are clearly ignoring my messages, and I have noticed that you have been uploading clearly inferior SVG images. This behavior is unacceptable on Logopedia.
The primary image, I believe came from an image of an item on sale on eBay. The black-and-white logo with the "CABLE 12" ID, along with many of the logos for KOKH and other Oklahoma City stations that I've added over the past couple of weeks come from The Oklahoman Archives.