Re: OT: Auxlangs (was Re: "Esperanto V.2")
|From:||Larry Sulky <larrysulky@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 24, 2006, 12:40|
On 3/24/06, Chris Bates <chris.maths_student@...> wrote:
> >For auxlang design, however, I would think the
> >starting point should be studying the existing auxlang
> >projects -- especially those that have some small
> >community involved in them -- to decide whether yet
> >another one is really truly needed... but this is a topic
> >for the other list (firstname.lastname@example.org).
> I'm not planning to make one, but I think one is.. and auxlanging is
> not (IIRC) banned from this list, merely trying to convert people to
> specific auxlangs. The reason I think an auxlang is an interesting
> project is that I can only think of one intended auxlang (Lojban) that
> aims for power and expressiveness instead of simple easiness to learn.
Chris, come on over to the auxlang list, then, because there are some
interesting non-Euroclone things going on. Also check out a page from
my ilomi site, http://ca.geocities.com/handydad/elomi/elomi-qa.html --
about half-way down, under "Influences", there are links to some
influential and _different_ auxlangs (and of course ilomi is pretty
different in its own right). Finally, you're welcome to contribute or
lurk in the Yahoo discussion group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Demos-IAL-Project/ (you have to sign up,
it's not wide open).