This list of ISPs is misleading and in worst case prevents other users from setting up a relay because they might read an old statement which is maybe even influenced by only one specific case.
For example one ISP (Webtropia.com - AS24961) with a consensus weight of 2,15% is listed that they do not tolerate any Tor nodes. When i talked with them about my relay which i set up there before i found that list they answered that they know what Tor is but didnt knew that there are relays running in their network and that running a relay in their network of course is no problem for them.
I think it is pretty depending on the support person you talk to which answer you get. Even if a provider had an internal decision about running Tor relays that decision can change daily so i think properly maintaining that list is not possible. I think that list the way it is now is more harming the expansion and diversity of Tor than helping.
Maybe a hint for the operator to closely read the TOS of the provider would be more helpful. If a provider dont like Tor relays in his network they usually clearly exclude them in their TOS. If they dont exclude them in the worst case they will shut it down.