Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-15 14:54:19)
:Done and done! [tt]name_restrict[/tt] should be [tt]author_restrict[/tt]; I changed the name of the parameter but forgot to fix the user profile template to reflect this. Secondly, the 'author + type' restriction case was implemented to act like the 'author' restriction case; a quick variable name substitution solved that. Hopefull search will genuinely not suck now.
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Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-15 11:57:42)
:[http://anthologi.ca/?id=48&q=why&go=Search&author=0&group=0&template=0|This query] works just fine without those parameters. Can you give an example that breaks? (Fixed the extra ellipses, though.)
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Flags (2017-02-17 01:17:03)
:I don't even like badgers!
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Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-02-16 19:32:47)
:Well done! Your ambition is probably excessive. I'll look into it, and/or ways of selectively disabling the HTMLPurifier extension for that mode.
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Conpoetry Thread (2017-02-08 14:27:35)
:Five notes repeated thirteen times? Please tell me Sinemi civilization was obliterated by someone else achieving a cultural victory. I'm digging the imagery, Matrix, but the musical setting deserves to be sunk to the bottom of the ocean. ... At least twice. I also think you may have tortured syllable stress a bit too much to fit your verse; assuming the macrons indicate stress, those words simply don't fit that rhythm very well. (Of course, no one's stopping you from constructing a scansion-igno...
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Translate the previous sounds (2017-01-26 08:30:45)
:rolkanainos kel [ɹɾolkanˈai̯nos ˈkɛl] → [b]rokénaizos kel[/b](yadis) [ɹokˈæɪnaɪzoʊs kɛl] "they should be being made possible, greatly" (Illeran)
[i]It's the sort of tortured thing you'd see in a book of quotations that no one would ever say out loud. The existence of a gnomic imperative as a separate verb mood (i.e., that which should be done, generally) is kind of a grammatical joke. Illeran is a weird, poetic dialect.[/i]
[b]klegokheme[/b] [kɫɛˈgoʊxɛmeɪ] "ch...
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Speak in Your Premodern Conlang Thread (2017-01-25 18:54:58)
:[b]Bet. Kedippivezeia khé epogodtonuvezeia kai. Des, kedodtonai.[/b]
No. They are hard and they are nuts. Thus, rock-nut.
[b]...Azonedis westes otetagotahai vezeia, híéú.[/b]
...Easily distinguished from walnuts, also.
[b]«Otetagota» lí mefíú aléwonité, telméú.[/b]
I don't know the etymology of 'walnut', though.
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Translate the previous sounds (2017-01-25 09:29:10)
:(Actually, I didn't need to create a new meaning in that case; those words already existed. But hey, if it helps build dictionaries...)
vernetzavet [vəɾnɐd͜zəˈvɛt] -> [b]venatshavet[/b] [vɛnˈatʃavɛt] "when it is being daytime" (Illeran)
For the sake of torment:
[b]íntsnodekhte[/b] [iːnˈt͡snoːdəxte] "shame from accusations of treachery" (Sarasí)
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Translat-o-matic (2017-01-25 09:15:59)
[b]Stillanivíai thelepías riñksoimbezeia kai dí?[/b]
Do oracles defecate in gardens?
[i]The answer is, of course, yes; everyone does. That's how you keep the nutrient cycles functional aboard your nomadic generational ships when your civilization hasn't yet re-invented the phonograph.[/i]
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