2007 in the MicroWiki community

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2007 (MMVII)[a] was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2007th year[b] of the anno Domini (AD) and Common Era (CE) designations, the 7th year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 8th year of the 2000s decade. Marking MicroWiki's two year anniversary, the entire year is in the "Tallini" period of the "Foundation Era" in the history of the MicroWiki community, named for Cesidio Tallini, who largely dominated the wiki with his community projects and philosophies, as well as his Fifth World Council and its subdivisions, which would later become the Fifth World Community.[3][4] Overall activity on the wiki was much lower than the previous two years, however MicroWiki nevertheless grew to 900 articles by the end of the year.[5]

Political events

Aside from Tallini, another prominent intermicronational organisation included the United Micronations.[citation needed]

The Kaznian Rebirth of 15 February 2007 lead to the reformation of Kaznia and paved way for its influence in the MicroWiki community.[5]


By the end of the year, MicroWiki had grown to 900 articles.[5]


Notable micronationalists in the MicroWiki community in 2006 included:

Name / born Image Micronation Role Span of influence
Cesidio Tallini
(10 May 1962)
Independent Long Island Head of The Tallini Family and Independent Long Island; creator of the Fifth World Council; MicroWiki editor November 2006–15 October 2008


Notable micronations in the MicroWiki community in 2006 included:

Micronation Flag Foundation Span of influence
Principality of Kaznia 11 March 2003
15 February 2007 (rebirth)

See also


  1. Abbreviated mw.3 in the history of MicroWiki.[1]
  2. There is no year 0 in this numbering scheme.[2]


  1. Skye, 2020. p. 3.
  2. Grumel, V. (1958) "La chronologie". Presses universitaires de France. Paris. p. 30. Retrieved 13 February 2022.
  3. MicroWiki contributors, n.d.. "Tallini", "Foundation Era".
  4. Parker I (24 October 2010) "A History of MicroWiki". "Tallini joins the Wiki", ch. 1 "The Early Days". (MicroCommons) – MicroCommons.fandom.com. Archived from the original on 26 September 2021.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Skye, 2020. p. 10.


  • Skye, Zabëlle (29 December 2020) "On the Early History of MicroWiki: Influential Micronations and Micronationalists". Indie Books!. (Google Docs).

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