Re: The language formerly known as brz...
|From:||Jörg Rhiemeier <joerg_rhiemeier@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 23, 2006, 16:28|
R A Brown wrote:
Well, the phonology is pretty much *your* work...
> Jörg Rhiemeier wrote:
> > Hallo!
> > [...]
> >>It looks interesting. I'd like to see more about
> >>how predicates are assigned to variables, etc.
> > So far, it isn't worked out.
> I like the phonology :)
> Like Jim I'll be interested to see how the grammar works out. I must
> admit that the more I look at Jeff Prothero's "Plan B", the more it
> seems to me to be anything but "near-optimal loglan syntax."
Thrice true. It is not a syntax - it is a fragment of a morphology;
it is not "near-optimal" - it is a mix of a few good ideas and a naive
phonology; and the example sentences don't look like a loglang.
> > It is all *very much* work in progress, and it is merely a side project.
> > The Albic and Pictic languages are more important to me, and then I have
> > a job and various other interests besides conlanging, so don't expect
> > too much too soon.
> I understand only too well. I really must make a concerted effort to
> finalize Piashi/BrSc/briefscript (which in truth now feels more like the
> albatross around the Ancient Mariner's neck) - then maybe I can develop
> my own variant of brz, as I said I would some day. I admire you for
> taking on another project while work is still going on with Albic &
> Pictic langs.
What you see here is actually rather a weakness of mine. I tend to start
all sorts of projects, but lack the follow-through, and have so many
different projects going at any time that most of them never get anywhere ;-)
> I wait _patiently_ with interest :)
Thanks! Keep observing the FrathWiki page.