I've thought about both of those. Frathwiki seems like a good starting place, but I like the idea of having my own actual website. I think what I don't really understand is what to do once I get a * domain name - how do I add things to it, etc. I was an LCS member a very long time ago (when it was brand new and I was in high school); I'm almost certainly going to rejoin soon.

On 2017/01/13 12:47:06, Pete Bleackley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
There is also, of course,

Pete Bleackley
The Fantastical Devices of Pete The Mad Scientist -

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Fink <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Fri, 13 Jan 2017 18:44
Subject: Re: Líndʑáró píehná nida eima | Hello everyone

On Thu, 12 Jan 2017 22:08:53 -0600, Aidan Aannestad wrote:

>Hello everyone! I don't know if an introduction is a normal thing, but as I hope to join in y'all's discussions, I figured y'all might want to know who the new name is. (I lurked here a very long time ago, but I'm finally getting the motivation to get back into conlanging more seriously and I'd like to be a better part of the community.)

Welcome, welcome! I do remember you from LCC5, and it'll be good to have you around.

>I've been conlanging for a while, and a small number of you I may have met at LCC5 (I was one of the UT LCS people who helped host). I am, from what I hear, one of the few conlangers who actually has a degree in linguistics! Most of what I do is realistic diachronic conlanging, and the project I'm working on now is a language that's undergone a variety of structural interference from an (as yet unmade) very typologically distinct family, and now looks quite different from its own relatives. It does some neat stuff, partially but not wholly on account of that - phonemic tone (without being a Southeast Asian monosyllabic-style language; it looks more Bantu or Athabaskan tone-wise), erg-abs alignment (except for one class of verbs, and relativiser morphology is split-ergative in a kind of weird way), applicatives everywhere, and so on. It's not documented well anywhere yet, but I hope to put it online sometime soon when I figure out what in the world creating and hosting a website looks like.

Ooh, that's some documentation I look forward to. Also, if the title of this thread is representative, I like your aesthetics!

One option, if you are a California 501(c)3 LCS member (you are, right?), is their hosting: