Re: Inverse conlang relay
|From:||Mechthild Czapp <0zu149@...>|
|Date:||Monday, April 6, 2009, 20:27|
Okay, I mentioned Rejistanian already, but I think I should write a few things about it:
> 1. what conlang(s) you have that you think are well enough
> documented for other people to translate into them;
>Rejistanian, it is an artlang and fauxlang (an auxlang for a fictional country)
> 2. what is the URL for any online documentation in said conlang(s);
>it is still horribly outdated, but an outline is at
> 3. what other materials you could send to a potential translator
> in offlist email;
>Updated info, short texts and songs in rejistanian, also the constitution of
Rejistania if it ever gets finished.
> 4. what about this conlang is special? why might someone want
> to spend a couple of months studying it and then translate
> something into it?
>My first idea was: To snicker at the mistakes of a newbie ;)
But actually: It is rather easy but I found it to be interesting since it can
express certain things better than English or German can. I remember when I talked
to my fiance and he said something, and I immediately saw it in front of me in
rejistanian and thought it would sound awesome (and he agreed after I translated
it word for word for him).
It does not require you to be able to use Unicode since 18 letters, ' and ~ and
the punctuation characters are everything you need.
Even though it is a simple language, it is not only yet another language which
simply repeats all concepts of English or German.
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