There is another Orthodox website where a fairly complete list of groups that are Orthodox, or claim to be but aren't, can be viewed:
I found it rather helpful in trying to discern who's where today.
Figuring out who is truly schismatic and who isn't isn't this easily ascertained. Many of the groups on that list are indeed vagante groups, but there are also some on there, like my Synod (the Hellenic Orthodox Traditionalist Church of America), who shouldn't be on there. Anyone who knows anything of our history will easily be able to see what we are not like some of those other groups on that list. Our reposed bishop in America, Met. Petros, was ordained by ROCOR and was close friends with Abp. Averky of ROCOR, and had close relations with ROCOR for his whole life for the most part. Also, Met. Laurus and our current bishop, Met. Pavlos, are close friends. I would hardly compare my Synod to some of the other Synods on there who just started out of nowhere. So you actually have to look at the background of some of the churches on that list to figure out whether they are truly vagante or not.
I don't want to start a whole debate on the canonicity of my Synod, nor am I going to get into one, and I don't think that is the point of this thread anyways, but I think that people should at least learn to take a more objective look at some groups on that list. I don't think that figuring out who is and isn't Orthodox can be done so easily with some sort of checklist.