I agree with you about not needing a "uniform czar", but it would be nice to at least have someone in HQ who could answer a simple email about uniform matters, even if the answer is "See the Uniform Guide p. xxx". I don't think that is too much to ask, particularly when it might be an "off the wall" question like mine.
In 1960 I wore the "legacy uniform" that you probably wore as well (before we let some fashion designer ruin the design of the uniform). The Jubilee Camporee patch was a National patch - not a local Council patch. There must have been a regulation back then about where to put it on the uniform. All I would like is for someone at HQ look at the regulations in effect back in 1960 and see what it said. It seems reasonable to me that it could still be worn on the new uniform in the same place. I'm sure that HQ would have all the uniform regulations for all the years.
Another question: If the patch was authorized to be worn on the right pocket, what happened when the "new" uniform and the "new" regulations went into effect? Would a Scouter not be allowed to wear it on the "new" uniform? Why would that be? I think it is quite a distinction to be able to say "I participated in the National Jubilee Camporee" along with thousands of Scouts.
Another question: What patch, if any, was authorized for the 100th Jubilee in 2010? Was there a patch? If so, what is it and where is it worn? Does anyone know?