Re: demuan identifiers re-visited
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <grandsir@...>|
|Date:||Monday, August 30, 1999, 6:32|
> > It seems that we've got some ideas in common. Your list seems to
> > resemble my list of "definite suffixes" for my New Personal Language. Do
> > you want me to share? (I ask before, as it seems that my posts about my
> > new project are so boring :) ).
> PLease do. I dont think it is that your posts are intrinsically boring, but
> rather that it is hard for people to get interested in a lanmguage that
> hasn't been named. name it and you may get a better response. It is a bit
> hard to get involved with another "my new personal language". Let's face it;
> every one of our languages was so named at one point.
Oh, I know that very well, but I want a meaningful name for my
language, so I need more vocabulary and more syntax before naming it. In
fact, I think that I'll simply translate "New Personal Language" and
make a compound with it. But for the moment, NPL will be its temporary
> OBbtw: Has anyone else noticed the similarity between Tolkien's Elfish
> script and Arabic script?
Of course! In fact, those two scripts are among my preferred ones. If
only I could one day have so beautiful scripts for my languages...
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