Hello and sorry for opening a new topic about this.
In the page Play Go at online-go.com! | OGS every resource is listed along with a flag to indicate its main language.
Then, at the bottom of the page, a section “Organizations” lists various national associations/federations, also accompanied with a flag, where it has a quite distinct meaning - to indicate the country.
Now, I do not mean to be polemic about this, but in the resources that are available in English, it seems a bit off to have the American flag next to them. Same could be said if they had an UK flag!
My modest proposal - since 80%+ of the links are offered in English, which is mostly the default language of the internet, why not dispense showing a flag altogether for the English-only resource?
This would make the page look a lot lighter, too.
Where multilingual content is provided, like for example Falling in love with Baduk, Go Pro Yeonwoo or 81 Little Lions (9x9 intro), I would use both the British and American flag side by side, to avoid this eerie “star-and-stripe-washing”, if you’ll pass me the term.
Anyway, just my two cents.