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The next big hurdle for the CALS-code is getting all of it to run on Django 1.5.x (and preferrably 1.6.x). Django is quite backwards compatible, but quite ain't the same as completely. It's a long, rather boring task that needs to be done, just like brushing teeth, if brushing teeth took weeks and only needed to be done once a year or so. Still, bleh.
Pinned: 2013-12-15 00:45
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I've been answering a handful of questions (some of those that were easy to answer) sent as private messages. Expect the FAQ-page to grow. Also, I'm considering redesigning the private message-system so it is possible to spot replies...
Pinned: 2013-12-15 00:40
2013-12-14 04:26 MiaSoderquist just joined
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2013-12-13 15:35 New translation of "Berlitzism" into Iaskyon by kennganneth
Le su kohlewüan a? Dőn, bómbún a.
Is it a pencil? No, it is a window.
What defines your conlang?
By adding your language here, and answering the questions by choosing a single value for each relevant WALS-feature (e.g. it's not a goal to answer every single one of them!), you might discover new things in your conlang, or grammar gaps that need to be filled somehow. By reading the descriptions of each feature at WALS, you also get a crash course in linguistic typology and universals – but be warned, some of those papers are overly scholarly...
- Pick some features and values at random, then try to make a language out of that.
- What would the most average conlang look like? Should it be updated to stay the most average?
- Contrary, would a conlang with many rare and unusual features be usable at all?
New stuff and changes have been moved to its own page. See also the link in the footer.