Salutegon! Kiom homoj tie ĉi parolas Esperante? Kial vi lernas Esperanton? Ĉu vi volas la "fina venko"? I really love Toki Pona (or, better, toki pona but in English languages are capitalized as proper nouns). When I came across it the first time, it had just 118 words. And it felt as if I had found the universal semantic primes.6 participating Just curious, because it seems like it, do you actually dislike the terms conlang, conlanging, and conlanger? I notice you seem to change all of them to a glossopoeian variation. Or is that just a fun thing you do for the comm?4 participating
For those that are on Twitter, there’s a monthly discussion on language/linguistics under the tag #LingChat, and today’s topic (at 8 p.m. EST) is glossopoeia. It would be nice to see some glossopoeists in on that discussion. :)The latest Tweets on #lingchat. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.2 participating
There's a new job offer over at the LCS Jobs Board. Please have a look and consider applying for it. No previous professional conlanging experience is needed, although extensive experience creating languages (and in this case scripts) is welcome.2 participating Should we collaborate on a community language? Translate a large text? Do a calligraphy contest? We are open to any suggestions to bring activity to /glossopoeia. Hi everyone, I'm putting on my LCS President hat for a moment to remind everyone that the next Language Creation Conference is planned to take place in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on the 22nd and 23rd of July 2017 (see this page for more info. Local and trav...
Scientists who spent years listening to the communication calls of one of our closest ape relatives say their eavesdropping has shed light on the origin of Human language - Shared from /scienceScientists who spent years listening to the communication calls of one of our closest ape relatives say their eavesdropping has shed light on the origin of Human language - Shared from /science