En réponse à Daniel Andreasson Vpc-Work <[log in to unmask]>: > > And now for the address: http://www.conlanglinks.tk > > I think it should be an address easy to remember (plus, it's > free! :) > Indeed ;)) . > Do you guys think this is a good idea? I personally do! It should be an address to put in the welcoming message to the list! Is there already a site > out there like this that I've somehow missed? > You've put already all the links I had thought of ;))) . > Are the links good? Should I add or remove some? I checked them. They're all OK. Should there > be more or less categories? In that case, which? (Comments on > the layout and design are appreciated too. I went for simplicity > and "overviewness" (yes, it's a word! ;) ). > Well, I think it cannot be simpler ;))) . It does look good to me ;) . > Links to possibly add: > > 1. A link to a site with links to lots of conlangs, which is *updated > regularly*. > Langmaker is already there. > 2. A link to the conlang faq -- taliesin?! (I mean the site with > the conlang netiquette and stuff like what "CONLANG" and "AUXLANG" > and "AFMCL" mean. > Don't remember its address :((( . > 3. What is the actual address to the "IPA chart with X-SAMPA > equivalents in blue"? I've uploaded it to my own site for the > moment, but that feels like a copyright no-no. (Copywrong?) > I have http://www.diku.dk/hjemmesider/studerende/thorinn/xsamchart.gif, but it doesn't include the little part in red. > 4. Recommended books (the kind you make from trees, you know). > (E.g.: Describing Morphosyntax, etc.) > Ask somebody else. I don't read that much linguistic dead tree ;))) . > > Please let me know what you think. > Very good idea! It's gonna find a place in my favorites as soon as I get home ;)) . Christophe. http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.