On Mon, 16 Aug 1999, Matt Pearson wrote: > Higher priority should be given, I think, to using conlang.org to increase the > presence of conlangs on the web. Providing space for conlangers to post > on-line grammars, texts, sound files, etc., would be great, if the space could > be made available. Even higher priority should perhaps be given to starting > a central index of conlang websites: While there are a number of very > good constructed language sites out there, many of them contain a number > of broken links. Having a 'master list' of links, which could be easily > updated, would be great. I also like Taliesin's idea of a 'conlang museum' > ('conlang gallery' would perhaps be a better term) where short sketches > and unfinished or abandoned projects - those which are not sufficiently > extensive to merit a website of their own - could be housed for the > edification of future generations. > I agree. I think that the most important thing that a conlang.org site could do is provide web space for constructed language descriptions (if only so I don't have to deal with all those annoying pop-up windows at geocities -- aurgh). A "conlang registry" might be nice as well -- a user-driven database thingy that contains a link to and description of the constructed language (that would be easily modifyable by the language's author). Something like that would be relatively trivial to program in, say, perl. Later, Adam ----------------------------. [log in to unmask] | http://www.inquo.net/~myth/ | ----------------------------'