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Re: General RFI
On Sun, 17 May 1998, Andrew Smith wrote:
> On Wed, 13 May 1998, Geoff Eddy wrote:
> The Great Master Page exists, but only on a very worn page. I did once
> type it up and e-mailed it to Peter. I don't know if he still has it
> though. It's heavily based on the book _Sounds and History of Welsh_, the
> correct title of which is in the Bibliography of the Brithenig Homepage.
> If necessary I can type it up again.
I should like to see this; what is it exactly, this Great Master Page?
> Some messages have been cross posted to the Sessiwn, unless John has
> started keeping the celticonlong archives as well. The majority of llo
> *sessur agreed to maintain the Brithenig Distribution List as a private
> mailing list. This has not stopped Brithenig discussion effectively
> hijacking this list, which concerns me. Interested people are welcome to
> join the Sessiwn.
I think this hijackment is somewhat unintentional; if enthusiastic.
Brithenig does, I belive, fall within the bounds of a 'Celtic conlang'. [I
know, I know, it's a Romance language...] It does, however, encompass a
number of Celtic elements and Celtic culture to a large extent; which
would seem to be list appropriate.
> > Much better than the Esp&r@n* Ghefo, my reaction to which is
> > unprintable.
> Oh, Ghefo is your name in Espaar'n*! It's not a particularly friendly
> transliteration, I thought it was a typo or something!
Cell'altra mistarista! It sounds like the name one might expect of a
second rate parlour magician. (One night only -- Ghefo the Grand!!!)
> What's IPA for *, I'm trying to figure out how to pronounce Esp&r@n*?
> - andrew.
> Andrew Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> MAN, despite his artistic pretensions, his sophistication, and his many
> accomplishments; still owes his existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil
> and the fact that it rains.
> - Anonymous
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