Workshops Review #3
|From:||Isaac A. Penzev <isaacp@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, December 28, 2002, 21:48|
Hello, salaam, shalom, nimenhao, habari, gamarjoba etc. et al., my dear
friends and colleagues!
It's Yitzik again, and his new report with him...
Review #3, week Dec 22 to Dec 28, 2002 (by 8:25pm GMT when I last checked my
Welcome to Conlang workshops; the links are mentioned here too!
Group names given in alphabetic order.
- Is it ok to teach your child a conlang and what do you need for it?
- Reconstructing Gaulish.
East Asian Conlangs: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/eastasianconlangs
12 msgs. Fantastic presentation of new-born Bauhinese and burst of
discussion about its phonology and romanized orthography!
Started this week. 6 msgs. Mostly introductions of the list members.
19 msgs. Fortunatian, Kerno, Wenedyk detailes in scattered topics.
is still not active.
I keep on reminding you that actual nomenclature of languges is wider that
name; it includes in addition Greek, Albanian, Baltic and Uralic langs.
West Asian Conlangs: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/westasianconlangs
4 msgs. Tengwar Hebrew was seen at the mail List too; collecting Arabic and
Farsi grammar terms is going on, you have a chance to add smth to the soup!
That's all for now.
Happy New 2003 Gregorian Year C.E. (A.D. for devoted Christians)!
May you live long and happily!
With pleasure at your service,
P.S. Next review may appear later than next Saturday night if I go to visit