Over the course of the show we have discovered something … it’s really hard to dig up good conlangs out there. Not that there aren’t plenty of conlangs out there, but a large number are ill-informed first attempts, incomplete sketches, or simply have no documentation online for us to look at. So, we have a couple of things we’d like you, the listener to help us with:
- We need to have more conlang suggestions. Good ones, with enough grammar online for us to make a decent assessment (no, you don’t need a 100-page grammar, but hopefully you have some syntax worked out.
- We are considering whether or not to supplement by featuring natlangs on some weeks. We’d probably start with something familiar to see how it does, but after that I’m sure we can dig up the rare and bizarre. I have a poll below to ask whether you all would like that idea.
Would you like us to feature a natural language some weeks rather than a conlang?
- Yes, once in a while (57%, 45 Votes)
- Yes, alternate natlang-conlang (34%, 27 Votes)
- No, get your nat out of my con! (6%, 5 Votes)
- I have a better idea (and you'll find it in my comment) (3%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 79