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protocols [2017/05/04 22:39]
fenris [2017-05-02]
protocols [2017/10/31 22:49] (current)
rayza [2017-10-29]
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       * **Brügsprak** (~ //bridge language//)       * **Brügsprak** (~ //bridge language//)
       * **Mansprak** (~ //human language//)       * **Mansprak** (~ //human language//)
-==== 2017-04-05 ====+==== 2017-05-04 ====
   * discussion about /x/...yet again,possible solutions:   * discussion about /x/...yet again,possible solutions:
       * turn it into /k/ or /g/       * turn it into /k/ or /g/
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             * marking with diacritics (Icelandic with acute accent)             * marking with diacritics (Icelandic with acute accent)
             * doubling of vowel letter (Dutch)             * doubling of vowel letter (Dutch)
 +==== 2017-07-27 ====
 +  * idea of a regular appointment in the IRC channel to discuss stuff
 +    * proposal: every wednesday 19:00UTC
 +==== 2017-10-29 ====
 +  * discussion about strong verbs
 +    * strong verbs seem to be use throughout the Germanic languages even if not very consistently
 +    * having them for the past tenses makes the language somewhat more complex, thus using the regular form instead should probably be allowed
 +    * strong verbs seem to form the base of certain nominalizations and adjectivizations; resorting to not using those (similar) forms could result in comprehension problems and alienation (EN "to sing; sang; sung" -> "song"; DE "singen; sang; gesungen" -> "Gesang","Sänger"; DE "trinken" -> "Getränk","Trank","Trunk"...)
 +  * discussion about the comparative and superlative (of adjectives)
 +    * PG features -ōzô and -izô for the comparative but a distinction was lost in quite some languages and from present point of view making a distinction in the Nordic language is not really possible if you don't know it already
 +    * proposal of merging the families of -ōzô and -izô
 +    * proposal of using the suffix -er for the comparative
 +    * proposal of using the suffix -est for the superlative
 +    * proposal of using the descendants of PG maizô (EN more) and PG maist (EN most) in certain to-be-defined cases in which the suffixes wouldn't do)
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