Collaborative conlang

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A collaborative language, collablang or colllang (with triple l to avoid confusion with “conlang”) is a language constructed by a team of two or more people. Colllangs are the conlang analogy to colworlds in world-building.

Examples of colllangs include Ęndehl, Jayus, Sajem Tan and Naeso.

Historically, most colllangs have lasted only a few months before being abandoned by most of their collaborators. Some continue as solo projects with occasional contributions from others. Gary Shannon wrote an article for Fiat Lingua "Is a Collaborative Conlang Even Possible?" on this subject.

This article is part of a series on Types of Conlangs.

"Reason" classification system: Artlangs * Funlangs * Engineered language * Philosophical language * Arithmographic language * Logical language * Fictional languages * Exolangs * Diachronic conlangs * Lostlangs * Altlangs * Auxlangs
"Origin" classification system: A priori conlangs * A posteriori conlangs
"Other" classification system: Sketchlangs * Kitchen Sink Conlangs * Colllangs