I have great difficulty in distinguishing the different shades of blue in your EOC map. Would it be better to use different colours, now that red is no longer reserved for a different communion? I am unsure, for instance, about the shade you have assigned to Albania, which certainly seems too dark. The EOC article's "around 25% out of a 40% Christian population" surely means about 10% of the total population. To be more exact, the article Religion in Albania says that the 2011 census put the Albanian Orthodox at 6.75%. How inaccurate are the other figures? Esoglou (talk) 09:08, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
- For all countries other than Egypt, Turkey and the Czech Republic (which belong to the new category I invented, tiny-but-autocephalous), I took the colours directly from the old pan-Orthodox map and did not check the numbers. Thus, any mistakes in my map are simply carried over from the old map, so we should correct them on both maps when we find them (I don't seem to be able to edit SVG files, though, so I can't edit the old map).
- I suppose we could use another colour instead of blue. Which one would you suggest? Red, or something else? Ohff (talk) 09:13, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
- You could use all the colours of the rainbow if necessary, but half should be more than enough. For instance, you could have red, perhaps in clearly distinct shades, as the most intense, followed by orange, followed by yellow, ... You can doubtless yourself find better examples than these: 1, 2 and, for gradations, 3 or, simpler, 4. Esoglou (talk) 14:07, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
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