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SNOW close given immediate and overwhelming consensus in supportCompooper (talk) 18:19, 30 January 2023 (UTC)
Sometimes, the logo header can look like a mess with multiple dates thrown in, specifically ones used before and after the logo officially premiered/retired. Because of this issue, some users resort to consolidating the premiere dates for logos with those that were used only as a variation/special occurrence (one user rewrote the lifespan for the 1989 PBS logo to where it states its retirement happened in 2011 rather than 1993, which drastically changes the meaning of its availability). By "changing its meaning", the new lifespan implies the logo was also used in a decade it never made any official comeback, which is spreading misinformation. What's baffling and inconsistent about all of this is that some such as the first United Artists] logo only cover its primary lifespan before being replaced by the 1967 logo, but not the 1935 20th Century Fox logo.
I suggest cleaning up the headers as well as clarify the tutorial guide to only include the logo's official lifespan and eliminate dates the logo was used for only a day or a short period (this is rather indication that the logo was only used as a logo variation, for special occasions such as the holidays, or was intact on a home media release that was released a while after the logo retired). This does not include a logo being revived and used on a normal basis since then (e.g. Orion Pictures, Klasky-Csupo). Camenati (talk) 23:20, 24 January 2023 (UTC)