Request for calendars (2017-03-17 03:13:16)
:[quote Rhetorica, Kelatetía][quote Halian]The traditional Japanese calendar? If I ever work on that Ralts-line conlang I often mention, they'll use that.[/quote]
...I'm not sure what this is supposed to mean exactly; Japan used Chinese-derived systems until consistent contact with the west and then adopted the Gregorian calendar plus 660 years (kōki/kigen). Did you have some specific system in mind?
I expect the system will be sophisticated enough to support specifying the whol...
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Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2015-08-26 23:39:35)
:[quote Jipí, Transition Metal, Marburg, Germany][b]Le tahayang perican samlan-iri dabas.[/b]
[g PT.INAN]Le[/g] [g have]taha[/g] [g -1SG.A]-yang[/g] [g year.T]perican[/g] [g two]sam[/g] [g -dozen]-lan[/g] [g five]iri[/g] [g today]dabas.[/g]
‘I am 29 years old today.’[/quote]
[b]Vumne qasārin (avałig) dei tegakīs![/b]
[g day]vu[/g] [g -AGE]-m[/g] [g -TOP]-ne[/g] [g birth]qasāri[/g] [g -GEN]-n[/g] [g (late)](avalig)[/g] [g 2SG.GEN]dei[/g] [g enjoy]tega[/g] [g -PRES.ACT]-k[/g] [...
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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 12:09:17)
:If I search for forum posts owned by me containing, say, "one", I get
which returns not only forum posts but also dictionary entries and maybe other things.
More pressingly, the "ex foris" link gives me everything on the forum:
Adding author_restrict=1 g...
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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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Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-14 15:37:58)
:I think you said you fixed searching but it's still not quite fixed, seems to need the author_restrict=1&group_restrict=1 parameters to work right.
also, if you care, the ellipses in the search results are added unconditionally
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Conpoetry Thread (2017-02-13 21:19:55)
:hello I have constructed some poetry
εἰς ἄκρον περ ὄρος βραδέως τε μόγις τ' ἀναβαίνων
γῆν ἀποπίπτουσαν ἔκ μεο θηέομαι
edit: made it better (and probably ruined ser's poem in relation to mine, sorry ser)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-13 03:17:35)
:[i]jeopardize any winnings[/i]
But that would be very fitting. ;-)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-12 01:23:04)
:i can't disclose any winnings, but i *can* say i had a whole bunch of fun! i think you're right about game shows outside of home markets, so you'll have to wait for a pirated version. not that i'm providing one, since i don't want to jeopardize any winnings, if there be any ;)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-06 01:41:15)
:Great! Did you win anything? (I've heard about the show, but never watched the original version. In my experience, game shows tend to be copied or franchised with local hosts and candidates, but not to be aired with the original hosts and candidates outside their home markets. There seems to be a German version, I think I came across it once or twice when channel-hopping)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-05 19:14:14)
:well ... so i made an appearance on Jeopardy! (the famed US game show with the erstwhile mustachioed canadian host) last week, and alex trebek asked about my hobby of language creation, so i told him about tl'acho, and made up the word [gich'aatse]. the episode airs june 16th, though i think it's only aired in the US and maybe Canada.
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Tl'acho (2017-03-05 05:45:21)
:[quote kodé, Deacon, this fucking hole we call LA] for a tv interview[/quote]
Tell us more!
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Tl'acho (2017-03-05 01:44:08)
:i made this one up on the spot for a tv interview. therefore no gloss or etymology... yet. i'll back-form one, i promise!
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Tl'acho (2017-03-02 03:06:59)
:I know you don't have time, but words are more fun with glosses or etymologies. ;-)
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:Well, it's been freaking YEARS since I've posted anything on a conlang I've worked on, so here goes. Tl'acho is a vaguely North American language, with bits taken from Penutian, Algonquian, Muskogean, and others. I've been working on a grammatical sketch forever, but I think it might be more interesting and perhaps clearer if I introduced Tl'acho through examples. So, here goes (NB: I'll probably fuck up the glossing tags at first. Bear with!):
[g 3.Sg.O]/d-[/g][g sleep](e)nitl=[/g][g n...
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