adelgado wrote:We can have the 'core' at the wiki, with basic information and a guide to the starters.
What do you think this core could contain?
adelgado wrote:We could collect every piece of information we have until now and gather texts written in Omni.
I don't know. Maybe the simpler parts, or fundamental concepts such as the current phonology, syntax, verb conjugation. Of course, everything could be changed if voted so, but changes should first be proposed and thought on. If they get use, or if we can demonstrate usefulness it could join the core. But we should try to keep the core simple, concise and precise.
How are you with the idea of restarting the project? That's what I'm going for... but honestly, all I want is to see Omni be spoken. (written?)
I think it is better to act on what we have. Starting this kind of project is the most difficult part and, even not remembering it to great extent, I recall liking what I was seeing in terms of development.
We could start building now, start suggesting, and we'll keep on with the flow, find what's already there if someone got a copy or start off again if no one has one. And changing things as we think.
I too want to get Omni spoken, that's one of the things I'm mostly hoping for. I'll might make a recording of your poem and present it as current Omni, could put it up the Wiki.
adelgado wrote:Do you like the idea of the Wiki?
I like the idea. Since Omni is supposed to be open source, a Wiki is a great idea. I don't like the fact that I can't figure out how to sign up, though
I thought it was only making an account, I didn't realized I had to enable membership.
I'm enabling it right now and I'll post how to become a member later. I've already posted some content and I'll link it afterwards too.