li [Paul Bartlett] mi tulis la > I think that Lingua Franca Nova has some good things about it, but > where is the activity for it apart from the 'net? Has it gone beyond > a small group of enthusiasts who just talk to one another? Is there > active translation work going on? Demos had an initial flurry of > activity but now seems to have gone moribund. An attempt to revive > Sona apparently has come to nothing. I can see some good features in > Aiola (http://www.aiola.org), but I doubt that it has set the world on > fire. I took a look at Aiola. Not bad for a euroclone, but I just can't buy into any Euroclone as an IAL.