Theiling Online    Sitemap    Conlang Mailing List HQ   

Informants, etc.

From:Arthaey Angosii <arthaey@...>
Date:Thursday, March 13, 2003, 17:46
Emaelivpar HS Teoh:
>As my informant explains to me...
T'emaelivpaer Elyse Grasso:
>My chief informant's name is Nitodthii...
Vek'pachú emaelivpar Fabian:
>btw, my informant tells me that Demuan actually has...
T'vopar Boudewijn Rempt:
>why did your Kernu informant translate
T'vopaer Kristian Jensen:
>Now all I need to do is ask my Boreanesian informant!
T'vopah Jennifer:
>I think I'll go to bed and have a nice long chat with my informant.
T'gir. What this all boils down to is many of you have informants, and I want one too. :P Seriously(?) though, does people have other, erm, "methods" of learning/discovering their conlangs, besides the informant-route? I think I've seen people mention discovering historical documents and thus learning conlang/conculture that way. Any other means? As of now, I just have this innate (albeit partial) knowledge of Creseian history. New sources would be welcome. ;) -- AA


Peter Clark <peter-clark@...>
H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...>
Sally Caves <scaves@...>Informants, Issytra, The Gospel of Bastet
Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>
Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>
Arthaey Angosii <arthaey@...>
Roger Mills <romilly@...>
BP Jonsson <bpj@...>Informants, Issytra, The Gospel of Bastet