I first signed up to Linguifex to be the curator of the Avendonian language, both in Contionary and the article (now a featured language on Linguifex!), with more than 2000 entries. The conlang, despite all, was not made by me but by an acquaintance of mine of a Telegram group. I have been called a “scholar of the language”, which I really like.
My conlanging experience is restricted to a couple of failed attempts if you even can call it that. Given my lack of skill when it comes to creating a language of my own, I enjoy helping others with theirs—not on a construction level but preserving them, providing them and the potential learners resources, just as this wiki.
As I created entries (languages listed below) that required more complex calculations, I began slowly teaching myself Lua, and now I'm kind of able to write modules from scratch. If you have problem with yours or want a module created, get in touch to see what I can do.
Any inquiries, please, drop them in my Talk page; I'll reply as soon as possible. Cheers!
- I'm also at Discord:
Languages covered so far (8,260 words defined, 34.22 % of Contionary):
- Avendonian by S.C.
- Siwa by Étienne L. Poisson
- High Valyrian by David J. Peterson
- ǂA Ṇṵĩ by Cancrizans
- Modern Gallaecian by Christian Evans
- Dženubiskă by S.C.
- Ayeri by Carsten Becker
- Chiingimec by Bruce Arthur
- Pine by Étienne L. Poisson
By pure chance, four of these languages have gathered in Contionary:valo; click to see them in action.
|“||Maivvitṡu ġůddįen dakina, entsasġa, onuami nỉt-ḥa.||”|
|Whenever you smile to me, I forget what I wanted to say|