Re: OT: conlanging partners (was: Re: OT: What is the maximum number of citizenships someone can have?
|From:||Sai Emrys <sai@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 21, 2008, 19:48|
On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:31 AM, And Rosta <and.rosta@...> wrote:
> Was it conlanging brought you together initially, or did one of you get the
> other into conlanging?
Through conlanging. Alex co-ran the 2nd LCC by virtue of having just
joined Berkeley for his math PhD and being on CONLANG; we grew to be
friends in the process. A bit over a year ago friends changed to
> Either way, it's very unusual, isn't it. The only
> other example comes to mind is the Rempts. (Also the LeChevaliers, but they
> don't create their own conlangs.) Probably the most that most of us can
> venture to hope for from our partners is benign indulgence of our conlanging
If anything, we've prodded each other to do more a bit.
The 'pkt' psuedo-conlang / wordplay / extension / whatever included
in the LCC2 program was a mutual creation; recently we started
figuring out how we might be able to make a conlang entirely mediated
by touch (of the sort where we could talk to each other discretely,
masked by normal behavior like holding hands).
He's more of an 'actual' conlanger than me - he's done relays, made
more than one language, etc. I'm more interested in the theoretical /
> (Forgive me if this is a topic that has been much-discussed in threads I
> have failed to read.)
There was a thread about a year ago that mentioned it.