Ok, thank you for this report, these errors has been fixed.

Don't hesitate to report other problems.


On Jan 20, 2008 3:00 PM, Jacobo Tarrio <jtar...@trasno.net> wrote:
>  Hi,
>  Participants of the Proxecto Trasno's mailing list saw that the flag
> accompanying the Galician language is not the Galician flag, but the flag of
> Greenland. That happened because the ISO 639-1 code for the Galician
> language is the same as the ISO 3166-1 code for Greenland.
>  The Galician flag can be seen at 
> http://gl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaxe:Bandeira_galega_civil.svg
>  I also saw a lot of mismatched languages/flags. Probably because country
> codes were used in place of language codes. For example,
>  Afrikaans (af): has the old flag of Afghanistan (af). It is actually spoken
> in South Africa (za) and Namibia (na).
>  Basque (eu): has the flag of the European Union (eu). It is spoken in the
> Basque Country. The flag is at 
> http://eu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irudi:Flag_of_the_Basque_Country.svg
>  Belarusian (be): has the flag of Belgium (be). It is actually spoken in
> Belarus (by).
>  Bengali (bn): has the flag of Brunei (bn). It is actually spoken in
> Bangladesh (bd) and parts of India (in).
>  Bosnian (bs): has the flag of the Bahamas (bs). It is spoken in Bosnia &
> Herzegovina (ba).
>  Czech (cs): I don't know whose flag it has, but it is spoken in the Czech
> Republic (cz).
>  ... and more.
> --
>    Jacobo TarrĂ­o     |     http://jacobo.tarrio.org/

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