Re: Introducing Myself
|From:||Wesley Parish <wes.parish@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, October 26, 2004, 9:55|
Welcome! Ya torue! And good to have you on board!
On Tue, 26 Oct 2004 10:48, Rene Uittenbogaard wrote:
> Well, although I've already made a few posts, it seems that it is
> a good custom to introduce oneself on the list, so here is my "this is
> My name is René Uittenbogaard, I'm 33 years old, from the Netherlands.
> I work for an ICT company (Unix and database stuff). On AIM I am
> ReneUit; on IRC my nick is Tranton.
> Languages spoken: Dutch, English, German, some French, some Esperanto,
> a little Spanish, a little Russian.
> I've been conlanging for quite some time, I can't exactly remember how
> Conlang projects started (not necessarily finished):
> Alnaïr (named after the star; alphabet based on Hebrew; deemed too much
> a rip-off of everything, not very original; abandoned)
> Treytan (Alnaïr done right; abandoned)
> Pict (pictographic/logographic language, I might just revive some of
> its ideas in one of my current languages)
> Ure spraec (based on old/middle-English; abandoned)
> Tretta (Treytan done right, nice alphabet)
> Calénnawn (probably most extensive project together with Alnaïr)
> Tacsóy (lizard language short on labials)
> Dyammo (human language, sci-fi setting)
> Eyahwánsi (language of plains people, uses a syllabary)
> The unfortunate thing is that I have got a lot of hobbies, therefore, my
> time is not only spent on conlanging :-/
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