Why is Togo listed as a member of the Commonwealth of Nations on the article of the same name? I thought it was a part of the Community of Dalmatophone States. --Sikulu 23 December 2005, 11:41 (GMT)
- There are two states with nearly identical names: It's Kingdom of Toga (Tonga, in English) that is part of the Commonwealth. The state of Togo is definitely part of the CDS. Elemtilas 05:26, 23 December 2005 (PST)
- No, the country of Togo is on the map of the CoN on the IB-wiki article. --Sikulu 3 January 2006, 14:59 (GMT)
- I believe that's Sierra Leone Nik 10:19, 3 January 2006 (PST)
- Continuing confusion has led to the preparation of a new CoN map for the Wiki article. In case Sikulu is not yet aware, the official maps are stored <http://www.geocities.com/elemtilas/ill_bethisad here>; look on the Maps Page. There is no Sierra Leone in Africa at all, as far as I can tell. Countries of W. Africa, from west to east along the coast are: Maghreb, Castilian W. Africa, Mali (act 1, scene 1), Venedic W. Africa, Gjebaland, Guinea, Batavian W. Africa, Pepper Coast, Mali (act ii, scene 3), Gold Coast, Gadangmeland, Togo, Gold Coast (part deux). G.C., Togo, and Mali are all CDS members. None of these are CoN members.
- Goodyear Island and St. Thomas & Prince are English, but I don't count those as West African. Elemtilas 12:41, 3 January 2006 (PST)
- Sorry. It was just that the previous map on the IB-wiki article had the country of Togo coloured in red, along with the other CoN members. The new map has been updated. --Sikulu 5 Jan 2006, 14:03 (GMT)
- Don't be sorry! You pointed out an error with that map! Elemtilas 09:36, 5 January 2006 (PST)