I guess the main argument against would be that babamon and rosemon are NPC so dont have cards. jijmon does have a ultimate level card though (or it would be u-level as you said). if that's not enough to count for those three then fair enough, though the card list is small and uses child, adult, and perfect with jijimon as one of the playable perfect cards. so I think at the least it count for jijimon but maybe not rosemon and babamon since theyre npcs in the game?
It's better to keep Template:- whenever it is on the page, especially if the Canon and Canonend templates are in use so the heading isn't smooshed to the side because it's not being treated as its own line as it was doing when you removed them.
Unlike some other series', Digimon usually have a great variety of possibilities to digivolve to and from. While in some cases these are useful, gameplay requirements in both the video games and cards usually require Digimon to have digivolutions that have no basis in the fiction, and are simply present to make gameplay possible with the Digimon present in the game. Listing all of these disparate possibilities would be overwhelming, and not very informative.
Therefore, Digimon Wiki focuses on the digivolutions that happen as part of the fiction. As a rule of thumb, if you cause the Digivolution, it is not considered acceptable, but if you watch the Digivolution, it is.
Rafflesimon is in an awkward position as while it is established as the DNA Digivolved of Rosemon and Lotusmon in the meta canon, there's nothing establishing it in any specific fiction which is what this wiki is concerned with for Digivolutions.
really weird they didnt include it in the DRB as a jogress, but then again the next vpet she was in, she's a generic mega and can even get to other mega forms, so I guess she was only jogress for her debut and is supposed to be a generic mega
if we do wanna source it thoug, we'd have to use kenji watanabe's interview, I guess?