Hi, I did one one final search in the images catalogue and found one last SPS-PD image which is not deleted, but I also realised that there are some mod logos in two or even three versions. Don't worry, this will not be a long list. I have already compared the duplicates/triplicates and I am suggesting for deletion the worst or unnecessarily big versions. After some image replacements they are also all unused.
Thanks one more time for the quick response. An irrelevant with the logos question that just popped up: is there a way for non-admins to see the amount of the wiki's page visitors? I was thinking of repeating the mods' popularity poll in the beginning of next year, and if I have access to these, it could be a much more reliable resource for the preliminary sorting of mods instead of the google downloads.
Thank you very much Evan, it shows statistics from 1 week up to 1 month, so it will be very helpful to me. Btw I have just confirmed that the wiki has a partly different audience from reddit, Perfect Pixel Dungeon was not voted even once in my poll, while its page has 30 views in the last month here.
Seeing as there's a lot more views that votes, the wiki should hopefully be a bit kinder to smaller mods. I think it's also important to consider that the wiki will put a strong emphasis on who's playing currently (sort of the opposite of total installs, which heavily favor historically relevant mods), and will also be biased towards mods that are less self-explanatory. Still it's probably a much more reliable measure than total installs.
Yeah, the reflection of the people currently playing instead of the people that once have installed the game is the reason I was looking for these statistics in the first place. If someone is interested in current popularity, the total amount of installs can even be misleading to them. You are also right about less self-explanatory mods having an advantage in readership, and it is currently refrlected, for example Overgrown PD which has something like 30 new plants, seeds and corresponding potions, without adequate descriptions for most of them, has currently 300 page views for the last month. Special Surprise PD could be also a test for that, but I am still editing its page, so its stats are biased by me :-)