I’d like to stress here that the suggestion in general was never geared toward older catalog items, but the Roblox account.
The hats that have ROBLOX in them shouldn’t need to be changed. These hats are no longer “actively popularized” compared to the ROBLOX account which is prevalent across the website (on modern catalog items, messages, etc). They can still be worn, but it’s not a big deal to change them, and Roblox has no reason to change them. Take a look at this item. If the ROBLOX in the title got changed to Roblox, the logo on the hat would also need to be changed. Otherwise, you’d have a hat whose name doesn’t match the icon found on the hat. This is an example as to why the catalog items do not need to be changed - changing their names would be demolishing history.
Another example can be found in the description of this face (thanks to @diddlydaisy linking it above so I could’ve seen it while writing this):
So when I joined ROBLOX in June 2006, we had just released multiplayer games. Back then we had 0 players. When a player logged in, the whole office would stop working to get in game to make sure (s)he had someone to play with. We even considered hiring a high school kid to play ROBLOX all summer as a job.
Imagine if this was changed to replace ROBLOX with Roblox. That wouldn’t seem right, because during this time period it was stylized as ROBLOX. Once again, the change would diminish the history associated with the item.
What I described above can be the same for any asset. Places such as “Welcome to ROBLOX building” and “Town of ROBLOXia” don’t need to be renamed - although of course this is up to the discretion of the place’s owner.
The Roblox account on the other hand is actively being used. Not only is it the #1 ID slot (which means it likely gets a lot of attention already), but it is all over the website. It can be found on catalog items, private messages, news messages, etc. It is important that the account follows the branding guidelines put in place a few years back, considering how popularized it is on the site, compared to older assets. I support.