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REVIEW #3 Year 2004, the week from Jan 15 to Jan 21, GMT+02.
NOTE: The names of [persons] while mentioned first, are given in square
brackets, those of ~conlangs~ -- in tildes.

Amerind Conlangs:

**********ATTENTION: The group has changed its name and profile. Now it is
called Aboriconlangs and from now on is open for all conlang projects related
not only to the native population (First Nations) of both Americas, but also to
the languages of non-Afro-Asiatic Africa and Aboriginal Australia.
The group site now is http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aboriconlangs
- 13 msg.
Hit of the week: Guaraní [South America natlang]. Printed, web and home-made
resourses.

Celticonlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Celticonlang
- 5 msg.
Archaic and revived Cornish. Some conreligion chat.

East Asian Conlangs: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/eastasianconlangs
- 4 msg. Good tidings: Eamon is back!

Germaniconlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/germaniconlang
silent

PIEconlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pieconlang
silent

Romconlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/romconlang
- 8 msg, all off-topic, discussing Psycholinguistics - is conlanging a mental
problem?

Slaviconlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Slaviconlang
- 62 msg.
~Skuodian~ conhistory in IB [Pavel Iosad]. ~Vozgian~ online [Jan van
Steenbergen]. Extended case systems in Vozgian and some Skuodian dialects due to
Finnish substrate. Revision of V. spelling to fit into IB. Do V. use the Old
Permic script Abur as an alternative for Cyrillics? First and Second South
Slavonic Influence in Russian *here*. Irano-Romance ~Rumiyaan~ [Melroch 'Aestan]
> this particular thread may go on in W.A. workshop.

Uraliconlang: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uraliconlang
-4 msg.
Are there any Uralic vocabulary loans in Vozgian?

West Asian Conlangs: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/westasianconlangs
- 16 msg.
First attempt to post smth substantial about ~Newgaritic~ [Isaac Penzev]:
numerals. The evolution of the ~Gedeh~ script [Pavel Adamek]. A discussion about
Indic langs gives birth to Aboriconlang workshop. What's the Semitic for
"dragon"?
CHAT: Are there similarities between Hebrew and Ancient Japanese?

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That's all for now,
Peace and grace upon you all,
    -- Isaac Penzev (aka Yitzik)

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