--- Isaac A. Penzev skrzypszy:

> Eamon, that's not fair <weeps>...
> Again (as in case with Bauhinese) we come with the same idea...
> That's precisely what my CLP-04 was intended to be (except of Avestan
> influence, of course).

I think that's wonderful. Doesn't the existence of a conlang closely related to
yours add to the fun? Shortly after I had started Wenedyk, I was quite excited
when I found out that B.P. Jonsson was simultaneously working on another
Slavo-Romance language, Slevanjek. Now their are neighbours in Ill Bethisad.
I find it very interesting to see what another conlanger does with the same
idea. And you will always see that there are a lot of differences between the
language, no matter how closely related they are. Just compare Kerno, Brithenig
and Breathanach.

So I would say: seize the opportunity! ;)

> But, anyway, since there are Czeck and Slovakian (which are VERY close) in
> the real world, why should we care if we bear the same situation one day in
> the realm of conlangs?

Of course.
Okay, I admit that comparing Euroclones is less interesting, but luckily, you
two languages are far from that.


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