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Some Portuguese-language conlang-related Orkut communities were very
active until Brazilians moved from there to Facebook:

http://www.orkut.com/Main#Community?cmm=813089
http://www.orkut.com/Main#Community?cmm=119766

Até mais!

Leonardo


2014/1/13 Adam Walker <[log in to unmask]>:
> The Indonesian Conlang group on FB is not very active, but just the fact
> that such a thing exists is WAY cool.
>
> Adam
>
>
> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 9:23 AM, Jörg Rhiemeier <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>
>> Hallo conlangers!
>>
>> On Monday 13 January 2014 15:58:15 "Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets" wrote:
>>
>> > On 13 January 2014 15:00, Emanuelo Arbaro <[log in to unmask]>
>> wrote:
>> > > Hi!
>> > >
>> > > In a message posted by Mr Lopez on G+ <https://plus.google.com/
>> > > 100702975194857009181/posts/CafyFqHEsxi>, I suggest the idea to create
>> a
>> > > community (website, forum, ...) about conlanging in Esperanto (and not
>> > > about Esperanto, or not only about it). I think a lot of conlangers
>> > > speaks Esperanto (at least a little). Do you think it's a good idea? If
>> > > we began the work, can you/would you help us?
>> >
>> > The problem with an Esperanto conlanging community, just as with about
>> any
>> > other conlanging community in another language but English, is that the
>> > cross-section between "active conlangers willing to participate in yet
>> > another conlanging community on the web" and "speakers of language X"
>> > (notice that it's slightly more restrictive than just "active conlangers
>> > speaking language X": many active conlangers on the web are already
>> > participating in some English speaking conlanging community, and the ones
>> > that don't usually don't do so not because there's no community in the
>> > languages they speak, but because they are just not interested) is
>> usually
>> > too small to be able to reach the critical size they need to stay active
>> > indefinitely.
>>
>> Yes.  The German-language Kunstsprachen mailing list, for
>> instance, hasn't seen any activity for years.  Now, Esperanto
>> of course is itself a conlang, and many Esperantists will be
>> interested in other conlangs as well, as well as in conlanging
>> in general, so the percentage of conlang-interested people will
>> probably be considerably higher among Esperantists than among
>> the general populace.  You should ask in Esperanto communities
>> for people who are interested in conlangs in general; I think
>> you will find a few.
>>
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