Is Frathwiki intended to include auxlangs, like Glosa, Esperanto, Loglan and my own Ceqli?
...Um, so how is it not a place to promote auxlangs!? I'm interested as my main interest is 'practical' conlanging ( esp. Folkspraak). Xipirho
What FrathWiki shouldn't be
- A place to describe well-known creations such as Esperanto or Tolkien's worlds. They got their own forums, and besides Tolkien is well represented in Wikipedia. We could have a page linking to Tolkien language stuff on Wikipedia, though. BPJ 14:10, 6 Jun 2005 (PDT)
- Oops for got to mention my edit here.
Leon math 18:12, 2 November 2006 (PST)
- What about different spelling schemes for already existing languages? Cheers. Xipirho
A name suggests what something is. I'm curious why this Wiki is called the "Frathwiki" -- any particular meaning to "Frath"? I would infer a sense of the purpose of the Wiki from its name, but I am not familiar with "Frath". Interesting name!
- Hmm, I never noticed this comment x.x "Frath" just happened to be my domain name (for various reasons), and as this was the wiki I was putting on it, the name just followed. (Of course there are a couple of other wikis on frath.net now, so it's not the frath wiki anymore...) —Muke Tever | ✎ 15:47, 3 January 2007 (PST)
Conlangs otherwise described?
I have a website with some pages describing conlangs I thought worth putting info on. Is it acceptable to add this info on this Wiki as well? And how about pages copied from the ial.wikia.com site, which already are under a license compatible with putting on here? -- BRG 14:39, 23 July 2009 (UTC)
- Yes. It's acceptable to make pages about languages described elsewhere here. Just make sure that anything you add that you don't have the rights to personally has its license followed; some of them can be pretty weird in their requirements (for example, cc-by-sa requires a link to the cc-by-sa license, name of the source/author, title of the original work, link to the original, and relationship to the original [e.g. 'incorporates text from...']--all that can fit into a template, of course). —Muke Tever | ✎ 14:21, 24 July 2009 (UTC)