Typological voting game

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eldin raigmore
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Each choice is too complex to vote on.
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Allophonotactics: D/E
Stroness: B/C
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Porphyrogenitos wrote: 31 Mar 2021 19:29 It seemed that everyone was quite anxious to create a more detailed phonological sketch, but it turned out it was a rather intimidating task.
I don't know about "everyone", but I don't think that I, personally, was really aware that the "game"/thread would call for these kinds of submissions at some point. I want to note that I'm not saying this as a complaint, but in hopes that it might help, at least in part, to explain why things went the way they did.

Phonotactics and Allophony: A, E
Tone-Stress System: C, E
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eldin raigmore wrote: 01 Apr 2021 00:05 Each choice is too complex to vote on.
It’s not getting any simpler.
In eight days anything can happen; but, at this pace, I wouldn’t foresee knowing how to vote by Apr 14.
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I vote D and E for both options.
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