From: "James Chandler" <[log in to unmask]> > I should point out that I am open to reasonable suggestions for alternative > language policies, but so far I have not heard anything that would be > workable in practice. The language policy on A-D is that there is no > policy: anything goes. I realize that if this means the discussions tend to > be in Eng then that is not ideal for speakers of other languages. But this > is not a new problem: I remember discussions on Auxlang going back to last > century about how to use less Eng. If there is a solution, we have not > found it yet. How about this... Any post must be bilingual. English and Spanish, Eo and Interlingua, English and Eo, Interlingua and English, Spanish and Interlingua, Eo and Ido, Ido and Novial, Communicando and Eo, Europanto and Ido, Ekspreso and German, whatever combination suits the poster. As long as the post is bilingual. If not it will not be posted and it will be returned to the poster for translation. It would be a royal pain in the neck, or the knuckles at least but hey, if there's rules there's rules, if this rule isn't welcome then let's have it as it is without langugage post rules... I like it just the way it is myself, no language specific rule. Since, Jay B.