Initially, as a basic list, I used the wonderful article Yusuf Anis SQL Server Trace Flags (http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/trace+flags/70131/), then I found your post from which I made a single compilation with Yusuf Anis list. But most of the information I picked up in the excellent post Aaron Morelli A Topical Collection of SQL Server Flags (https://sqlcrossjoin.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/a-topical-collection-of-sql-server-flags/). All sources used by me are indicated in the Source Link and Thanks To section: https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/blob/master/SQL%20Server%20Trace%20Flag.md
For 1.5 years, a huge amount of work was done to refine the 3 lists in a single document: hundreds of typos and broken links have been corrected, new information were added. Starting from 2015-11-02, 30 commits were made on this file, some of them took more than 2 hours of work, and in total time costs amounted to about 50 hours (https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commits/master/SQL%20Server%20Trace%20Flag.md?after=34839581ca0a9ba5291de3da960bb310a39aaad0+34). Great thanks to Alexander Titenko for awesome help in this.
Yes, your list has also been used and this fact is reflected in the thank you section and in the recommended links. But do simple arithmetic calculations: there are only 176 flags in your list, 511 in github list! If you think that I violated your intellectual property rights in any way, you can get an issue on Github (https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/issues).
I didn't try to reduce your contribution to the creation of the final list - your post is very good, but I'm very sorry for the colossal work (which I also put in public under the MIT license, i.e. anyone can make their version, or Improve existing) I get accused of stealing and plagiarism.