Re: Let's return to conlanging (was: Li Lingue Modern)
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 4, 1998, 5:12|
On Tue, 3 Nov 1998 06:11:47 -0500, Logical Language Group
>But to give an example - our Lojban Web page was at the the time it was =set up
>probably the most extensive and detailed of conlang pages outside the
>Esperanto community. I don't know if this is still the case. But =recently
>people have asked me such questions like "why don't we have MANY web =sites"
>or a "web ring", and I have to answer that it never occurred to me to
>have multiple Web sites when all the material is on one site. Amd I =have
>no idea what would go on a Lojban Web ring if such a thing made sense.
>So what is good and bad on a conlang website? How many websites do you =need
>and what is the difference between them? These questions probably don't= apply to a conlang project that has no one yet learning the language, =
but they aren't
>AUXLANG topics either.
It's convenient to have all the reference material for Lojban on one =
but a Lojban web ring might have Lojbanists' web pages in Lojban, like =
Nicholas's page at http://www.lexicon.net.au/~opoudjis/nick-loj.html, for