Workshops Review #04
|From:||Isaac Penzev <isaacp@...>|
|Date:||Monday, February 14, 2005, 9:04|
Review #04 (covering the period from Feb 06 to Feb 12):
I put authors' names in square brackets, and projects names in figure ones.
A posteriori workshops:
"based on lgs of First Nations, Black Africa, Australian Aboriginals etc."
No activity since Jan 13
"based on Celtic lgs"
No activity since Aug 24, 2004. Is the group dead?
"based on East Asian lgs: CJK, Indochina, India (both Aryan and Dravidic),
Siberia, Pacific Ocean etc."
Links between unrelated languages (continued).
"based on Germanic lgs"
"based on Proto-IndoEuropean"
Did PIE have /z/? Thematic vowels in PIE itself.
"based on Romance lgs"
Where to find a good Latin primer? (continued). How far does a language have
to change until it is no longer a Romance language? [Paul Bennett] starts
his own romlang.
"based on Slavic, Baltic lgs or Greek"
No activity since Dec 16, 2004
"based on Uralic lgs"
No activity since Aug 25, 2004
"based on West Asian lgs: Semitic and other Afrasian, Turkic, North
No activity since Jan 04
Other specialized workshops:
- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/neographies/ - conscripts:
- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lostlangs/ - League of the Lost Languages -
- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/use_your_conlang/ - conlangs in use:
Anyone ever think of making a conlang based on Nostratic? Alternative
reconstructions of PIE.
Groups in other languages:
- http://espanol.groups.yahoo.com/group/ideolengua/ - in Spanish:
Demonstrative pronouns in Ancient Greek. Declination and its loss: is it
progress? How the language is born? Languages in LOTR movie.
- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ouglopo/ - in French:
No activity since Jan 22.
- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/konlang_ru - in Russian:
Enjoy your communication!