But you do. Not to put too fine a point on it, but no one here is obligated to comment on anyone's else's posts.
I never said anyone was obligated, I was just saying, I'm disappointed to see 40+ posts on something against the author's will, when they could be doing something better with their lives.
Well, what are you
I didn't take a closer look at Gurcaj because I'm not interested in auxlangs, and that's my prerogative.
Kind of a rude way to look at things, judging book's by its cover. Obviously you haven't read the article because a lot of the stuff I covered is more unconventional than normal auxlangs that are just ripoffs of Latin. I don't care whether you read it or not, I just don't think that was a nice way to put it.
Nobody is obliged to read about your language. If I don't like fish, must
I try sushi for the first time because I "have" to? I don't get what's confusing about preferences.
The degree of entitlement on display in this forum really impresses me. Where do newbie conlangers get the idea that they can demand people comment upon certain languages, and only on certain aspects of those languages?
I thought this was supposed to be a learning environment, not a chance for self-made "elites" to pick on "newbies."
First of all, nobody is an elite here. Linguoboy indeed has more experience here than many, but that doesn't make him elite. Second, even if someone is self-proclaimed, I don't see the reason to be bothered by it. Finally, if you don't like it, you always have the option to leave. Nobody's keeping you here.