Really good examples of conlangs online?
- I'm writing grammar again, and went on an online stroll to see how other
conlangers had covered such and so niggly grammatical detail or other.
Boy is there a lot of (seeming) sketches out there! Is it because the
language itself is not complete or because what's online is just the tip
of the iceberg?
That got me to thinking: 1) What does it really mean for a conlang to be
complete? 2) Are there any complete conlangs online, and by that I mean
that what is online is all you need? 3) What are the most complete
(online) conlangs out there, that others can emulate?
The most complete I've found, to date, are those amazing pdfs of Okuna.
Are there more like that? And not as a pdf, but as sites?
- On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 8:38 AM, Jim Henry <jimhenry1973@...> wrote:
> The latter seems to be the current edition. Also, there's this, anAaron suggests (in private email) that if you want to buy one of the
> anthology of original and translated texts in Sandic along with the
paperbacks, you wait until April, when he generally puts a new edition
up on Lulu.