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At 01:10 PM 10/5/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Mike Adams wrote:
>> Has any of the Conlang group worked together as a group to create a
>> Conlang?
>>
>> It would be an interesting project, anyone game?
>
>Here's a suggestion: someone could come up with the rudimentary form of
>a conlang (phonology, basic morphology, including any inflections, some
>basic grammar), and "put it up for adoption", so to speak.  It would be
>interesting to see how different people would flesh out this skeleton
>language.

I've had thoughts of doing something similar.  Sketching out a language the
phonology, a little grammar, and some vocabulary..  Then finding two or
three people to take it and make a few changes, perhaps in the sounds, or
tweaking the meaning of a word.  Then continueing to process, at times
sending someone the notes, and notes on some of the other modified versions
saying, "These are neighboring forms.."

Then after a few months putting up the original version and the decendants..


Steven,