Now that I've got some time to kill, I'm more than happy to clear up some things...
That's you telling (fabricating) that my offer wasn't sincere. If I recall correct, I told you I was more than happy to do it AND that I would try and get outside help onboard, from linuxserver and selfhosters team members. I also did not say that I had a problem with a "moderated system", I only said/implied that I had a problem with a moderated system that's moderated by you and how you are feeling when you get out of bed in the morning.
This is mainly due to a lack of knowledge on your part and not wanting to spend the time to research the differences by comparing the repos and the offered features of the different images. From personal experience I can say that the Plex Inc. container can be very lackluster when it comes to updates. I recall a time I was waiting almost more than 2 weeks before I finally gave up and ditched their container. Some of their other tags at one time hadn't seen any security updates in over a year (if you think that's fine...be my guest). Linuxserver and hotio are very similar, although hotio provides an additional tag that can be useful for some people on top of some environment variables that can aid in server discovery and in case of a lockout. I can't say much about binhex, besides that it'll be probably arch based. I have never heard about needio and dockerhub gives me 1 result of a image that's severaly outdated.
But, lets not forget that this all started with you wanting to remove the official Scrutiny containers, that's very wel maintained by the developer of Scrutiny the app. Selhosters merely provided the means to let people enjoy those containers where the developer has no interest in supporting CA. The fact that linuxserver and hotio also made a container, probably is a result for me personally because I felt that the official one didn't behave like I wanted it to and thought I could do better. Your rules also dictate if I recall correct that it is not allowed to put other peoples stuff in the template repo, exception being selfhosters.
Here you are just making up bad chosen examples to prove your point. If Candy Crush would fit to be put in a docker container, I'm sure you'll find multiple on Docker Hub. But, why don't you try doing a search for "linux distro" on Google...see what comes up then, why so many? They all run the same kernel basically....well that's FOSS at work for you.
You keep saying that, but stifling innovation is exaclty what you are doing. Many have looked at CA and said "screw it, not going to bother with these rules" and moved on.
"Any one can always install a random app they find on docker hub."
You should try doing it as a new user, telling on the forum that you installed something from DockerHub...it'll take only a couple of minutes before somebody comes telling you that it's a stupid way of doing things, just install CA they'll say.
"for the benefit of the Unraid community", "to not confuse the users",...all these nice catchphrases, they sound marvelous. Newsflash: it are those users aka community you keep using as a shield who are requesting these "multiple" containers to be included, because they like choice and don't eat only vanilla ice cream their entire life.
"and in cases of disputes I accept the decisions made by the moderators and the administrators of this forum itself."
This is absolutely true, but then you go and rewrite CA and make up other rules (which can change at a whim) to get your way anyway.
Let's hope you'll be making better decisions in the future, otherwise I have my doubts on it being "safe and secure", pushing people towards a container that hasn't seen security updates in over a year does not equal "safe and secure".