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Depends on who is setting them. Esperantists have been trying to burn other IAL's since it 
began, and that will be seen also from quotes from the likes of Heraldo de Esperanto, etc.

On 28 Feb 2007 at 17:42, Donald J. HARLOW wrote:

> Je 04.45 ptm 2007.02.28, auliuniv skribis
> >There is now some kind of activity on the site. It looks like it is
> >being redone. Or, it may have
> >had some kind of problem and it may end up being a new format,
> or...??
> >
> >I have corresponded with Frank E. I'm not sure he would be dancing
> >with joy. However, he
> >does have some legitimate comments about certain things.
> >
> > >From what he said on his site, which I already knew about Don,
> the 
> > ILaistes have had
> >financial problems. At least the core group. That is one of the 
> >reasons they sold, I think from
> >my correspondence at the time, so much Occidental material to me.
> >
> >And, I'm glad they did. Now it won't be hidden for ever.
> 
> One does have worries about bonfires, though. ;-)
> 
> 
> 
> -- Don HARLOW
> http://www.webcom.com/~donh/don/don.html
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> http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/Literaturo
> 
> 
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