This is one of the communities that seems to include people around the world, perhaps someone could answer a question?
There are many satellite catalogs - one of the most important is Space-Track.org, they assign satellite numbers and COSPAR identifiers. They usually get it right but mistakes happen pretty frequently. You can get current and historical information.
Then there is ISON, my second source for most orbital parameters. They prefer to deal with objects who’s “period” is over 200 minutes and their information is delayed (still by 2 weeks I think). You can get current and historical information. They do not assign satellite numbers, etc.
Of course CelesTrak - which mostly just repeats information from Space-Track but has some unique information and frequently catches Space-Track.org’s mistakes. They do not track satellites so do not supply original orbital information from tracking data.
There here is Jonathan’s and web pages like Heaven’s Above. They have useful information but do not supply original orbital parameters.
I don’t see a Libre Space satellite catalog… There are some CubeSat sources that get orbits from telemetry tracking.
And there is SeeSat (I am a contributing member) with original orbital information but no historical data.
Then there are some “nice but what are they here for?” sites like Astriagraph. And there are commercial organizations like LeoLabs, ComSpOC, etc - they sell information.
What about sites in Japan, China, etc? Does anyone there have a web page with orbital parameters - especially if they have historical parameters?