Sus, the site you link to is a glossary of terms. They included a broad definition of "god(s)" along with things like Gnosis, Goodness and Gamma Ray. So what? Their site does nothing to help you make the case that atheists need to adopt some specific god concept. Again, you resort to question-begging by "editing" their entry to favor your particular god concept without so much as offering an argument for why a creator deity is better than a non-creator that is nonetheless sovereign, like the Jade Emperor. Or one that hosts terrific parties, like Bacchus.
But OK, since you want to try to turn everybody else's god concepts into yours anyway, I might as well go ahead and debunk your god concept and get this over with.
"The unique, uncreated creator of the created universe."
Unique: This is vague at best and provides no information on which a testable claim could be based. It does not even differentiate your particular god from all others. Every god or goddess that is an individual is "unique." Isis is "unique" since no other goddess is quite like her. The Jade Emperor is "unique." Heck, Joe B. Bowers is "unique" (as far as I know he has no identical twin...). Arguably, the Christian deity (which you admit every now and then that you're arguing for, despite the fact that Christian theology has a much more specific god-concept than yours) is one to whom the adjective "unique" cannot apply. "He" is supposed to be not one unique individual, but three individuals who are simultaneously one individual. Yahweh ("the Father") is not "the unique uncreated creator of the created universe" because Jesus ("the Son") also is an uncreated creator of the created universe, and the Holy Spirit was also presumably involved, "hovering over the waters" in the Book of Genesis. None of the three Persons of the Trinity can claim to be unique as such or uniquely the creator. They're more like a set of Siamese triplets.
Uncreated/Creator/Created Universe: All of these beg the question by assuming that "the universe" was created by a deity. You have provided no reasons that we should accept this idea. If, as the evidence and equations of modern physics and cosmology indicate, the Cosmos (that which emerged from the Big Bang) was not created, but rather is the result of a natural process, all of these "creation" related aspects of your god-concept are ruled out from having any correspondence with reality. If there is no "created universe" (because there was no "creation," only natural processes), there is nothing for an "uncreated creator" to do. Occam's Razor slices the concept away. So, to follow in your footsteps and edit the "up-to-date" god-concept further:
Unique uncreated creator of the created universe
The "of the" no longer has a grammatical function, so it too can be edited out:
of the universe
So now we're left with:
...without any deities, "creator" or otherwise. Whaddaya know: the best and most "up-to-date" god-concept is that there isn't one!