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I've edited two things:

  • Reorganized the page to make better use of the contents box.
  • Added information about Japan leaving the alliance.

This may be controversial information, but I've done my best to be neutral and have used references. Unfortunately the references don't seem to work properly but they are visible in the edit view.

I foresee a few changes to the Japan section until a neutral consensus is reached, with perhaps a paragraph on Sol's view of the crisis. --Goku Jones 11:21, 12 October 2009 (UTC)

Neutrality

I removed the bit about it being a "neutral" alliance. Shouldn't neutrality be defined as the absence of an alliance? Stancel 11:13, 3 December 2009 (UTC)

Country Representatives

Hello. I have just noticed that the country's representatives no longer appear on the Sol Page. What happened? why did they get removed? (and can they be brought back at all? --Timeoin 13.48 12 January 2010 (UTC).

South Africa - Channer Vandalism

This wiki page is continuously vandalised by Lelucao, one of the channers who PTO'd South Africa. South Africa is still a member of Sol as we never officially resigned. When the country was PTO'd, the channer president issued a statement (as referenced in this article) regarding the resignation of South Africa from Sol. Whilst the reference is accurate, the country never officially left the alliance since this decision is not an executive one but rather a legislative one, and it never passed through congress. It was never even proposed by congress or a topic of discussion amongst congress, and the intentions of the channer article referenced here was solely published with the intention of trolling the population. --Zamrg 15:28, 10 April 2010 (UTC)

Can I ask for an update? Is South Africa now a member of Sol or not? I realise that Ronnell was one of the PTOers of South Africa, but has South Africa since left the alliance? If it hasnt, then this page is out of date. --Icon-Australia.png Timeoin|Say G'Day 16:24, 2 June 2010 (UTC)

Map

The map with current and former member is missing Pakistan -- Icon-Netherlands.png Icon-Australia.png Tim Veltkamp| Nubcakes?