|From:||Jonathan North Washington <lists@...>|
|Date:||Monday, May 16, 2005, 22:40|
There's also my wiki, which only recently has any conlang stuff on it,
and mostly just stuff on my conlangs that I converted to wiki from LaTeX
and need to sort through to have any of my conlangs in a state to use at
some point. There's also an article on conlang relays that I posted to
the relay list not long ago.
On Thu, 2005-05-12 at 21:09 +0100, Keith Gaughan wrote:
> David J. Peterson wrote:
> > I had one--Fanglutsen. I actually did a lot more with it than I
> > initially thought I had. I know that there's a page devoted to
> > the Ardalang project somewhere, because I just saw it. I
> > *thought* it was on the Conlang Wiki, but now I can't find it...
> > It might be easier if there was a search field. Anyway, has
> > anyone seen the page I'm thinking of? It has a list of authors...
> > Oh, wait, I found it:
> > http://wiki.frath.net/Arda
> > Are there *two* conlang wikis?
> Kinda, yeah. Mine was the first, and then Muke's came later. The aims
> are slightly different: mine is mostly about the big picture, and about
> providing resources on linguistics, conlanging, and tools for aiding
> in building concultures, whereas Muke's is aimed more at the languages
> There's also a couple of projects on mine such as the
> ACollaborativeConlang, and others.
> > Anyway, I was going to just quickly add what notes I had to
> > this page, but I found that I had a lot more than I thought.
> > When I have time, I'll add them.