On Fri, 29 May 2009 16:37:17 +0200, Carsten Becker wrote:

> > would probably involve impossibly tight deadlines and no appreciation
> > of what it means to craft a good conlang.  I'd have to bang something
> > up in a haste which I'd probably regret that I had made it afterwards.
> I think the same. Also, I'm not sure whether I actually would want to
> have my already existing conlang(s) in a movie or a bestselling book
> or something like that. It's too private a thing for me. Not so
> private as not to discuss it with others or not to make a web site for
> it, but private enough not to shout it from the rooftops, large style.

Right.  The conlangs I have made so far, especially Old Albic, are
a *personal* endeavour, and not for sale to anyone.  If I should
get a contract to provide a conlang for a media product, I'd make
up a new conlang specifically for my client.

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