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Hey Vlad. I am here to ask a favor. May you please stop saving Vladislavia-designed flags as "Flag of [nation].png". It's screwing with other people's flag files, especially when the Vladislaiva version and the real-life version of a flag or so different. I've noticed that all of your flags have a double "VL" labeled file with them to begin with, which is fine. But taking over a common name for a flag file is getting pretty annoying. Thank you for your time. Suzuki (talk) 21:01, 26 January 2018 (UTC)
Hello, Suzuki. OK, I won't do it, as you ask. But if so, what name for file won't be disturbing? What about abbreviation like VL label+ISO code? (I know that there can be a logical question about general needness of local editions of the flags, but it is present.)
And, IMHO your solution to redirect the VL versions to regular flag files was not the best one, as it somehow relocated a micronational copyright template to them (it looks quite weird now) which should be removed as soon as possible (I will help). Also there are some strange anomanies like an UN flag with general name but in local proportion of 7:5 and so one. I will see everything in details at the afternoon.
04:27, 30 January 2018 (UTC)
So, I’m doing a survey, I’m trying to find out what the most popular micronation is; so can you name 5 micronations which you think are the most popular?
The information will be for the Micronational Popularity Index. If you have any questions please ask me.
Hello! Yes, I can probably name 5 known nations. These are Sealand, Molossia, Ladonia, Seborga and Liberland which were at least somehow mentioned in the mass media.
Metrozhdun 09:20, 5 February 2019 (UTC)
Would you like to became a member of the New Eiffel Union of Micronations? Our goal is to help other micronations with foreign relations, writing articles, making flags, etc. and we could really use a micronation like yours!