Submission violates listing policy and must be rejected
0xBitcoin, Tellor (2 times), XIO, Karma DAO, and Unit Protocol, recently all got rejected from the TCR because the submitted logo did not match the most commonly used logo.The submitted Cap logo also does not match the most commonly used logo. The Cap logo which is used everywhere else, from CMC, to the Telegram of Cap, to Etherscam, is also endorsed by the Cap team. May I ask the jurors why they deem this submission as valid? While it violates listing policy and all similar submission got rejected.
Dev, UniBomb, and Ampleforth, all recently got rejected from the TCR, because the submitted logo violated the listing policy for not taking most of the space available. LIsting Policy: "It should be centered and take most of the space available in the image." So not only is a wrong logo was submitted, the submitted image also does not take most of the available space. In the attached screenshot you can clearly see the impact that this has, the Cap logo is significantly smaller than all the other submissions.
I don't understand how 3 jurors voted YES during the appeal round, while the requester did not even provide any evidence yet. This submission should have been rejected according to jurisprudence, but somehow jurors decided to vote the other way around (in comparison to the first round) in the appeal round. So if any juror could explain his decision here, that would be nice. Because this ruling goes against the rulings of similar disputes.