The Index Diachronica: CHRIDD'S SEARCHABLE INDEX = WONDERFUL

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Re: The Index Diachronica: CHRIDD'S SEARCHABLE INDEX = WONDE

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Creyeditor wrote:I've got a question for Chridd. Could you expand the search function for categories (the things written as capital letters, like B=Back vowel)?
I know this is a late response (since I haven't really been checking this forum much), but you can search for these by manually putting them into the URL: https://chridd.nfshost.com/diachronica/search?q=B

Edit to add: Now capital letters are available below the table.
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Re: The Index Diachronica: CHRIDD'S SEARCHABLE INDEX = WONDE

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Thank you so much [:)]
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By year’s end, I want to release an expanded (and corrected—a very nice redditor named /u/SquiDark went through and catalogued errata) version of the Index. Anybody willing to help? My goals are as follows:

- Fix typos
- Correct errors in the lists
- Get rid of the Altaic and Elamite-Dravidian headings because I’m older and wiser now
- Expand the document with further sound changes
- Make the base PDF Unicode-compliant
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CC = Common Caber
CK = Classical Khaya
CT = Classical Ĝate n Tim Ar
Kg = Kgáweq'
PO = Proto-O
PTa = Proto-Taltic
PTO = Proto-Tim Ar-O
STK = Sisỏk Tlar Kyanà
Tm = Təmattwəspwaypksma
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Re: The Index Diachronica: CHRIDD'S SEARCHABLE INDEX = WONDERFUL

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I'm interested.
What will you be using, GitHub maybe?
I have used the Charis SIL font in the past. It supports IPA and looks nice.
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Man in Space wrote: 23 Jun 2021 00:19 By year’s end, I want to release an expanded (and corrected—a very nice redditor named /u/SquiDark went through and catalogued errata) version of the Index. Anybody willing to help? My goals are as follows:

- Fix typos
- Correct errors in the lists
- Get rid of the Altaic and Elamite-Dravidian headings because I’m older and wiser now
- Expand the document with further sound changes
- Make the base PDF Unicode-compliant
I've learned quite a bit more about Romance linguistics these past few years, and notice various things in the Romance language entries. Can I just post my updates here? Or in another thread?
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i would like the Hebrew sound shift of /ʕ/ > /ŋ/ removed, as it clearly never happened, and even mentioning it with a "perhaps" is likely to mislead people, as I've seen it brought up several times in conlangs. it's under "Most Wanted Sound Changes" and those are my words in the explanation.

kʲ gʲ > k g in Danish is also mine and Im not sure that ever happened either.
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Oh no, and I took this change as a confirmation than the [?\] > [N] in my conlang is plausible...
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jimydog000 wrote: 23 Jun 2021 01:51I'm interested.
What will you be using, GitHub maybe?
I have used the Charis SIL font in the past. It supports IPA and looks nice.
I’m not too familiar with GitHub (at least, not as someone who publishes stuff there) and would need some guidance.
Sequor wrote: 23 Jun 2021 17:50I've learned quite a bit more about Romance linguistics these past few years, and notice various things in the Romance language entries. Can I just post my updates here? Or in another thread?
You could, I suppose, unless the mods feel a dedicated correspondence library thread is more appropriate.
Pabappa wrote: 23 Jun 2021 20:55i would like the Hebrew sound shift of /ʕ/ > /ŋ/ removed, as it clearly never happened, and even mentioning it with a "perhaps" is likely to mislead people, as I've seen it brought up several times in conlangs. it's under "Most Wanted Sound Changes" and those are my words in the explanation.

kʲ gʲ > k g in Danish is also mine and Im not sure that ever happened either.
As you wish. I’ll have to do research about Danish.
Titus Flavius wrote: 23 Jun 2021 22:48Oh no, and I took this change as a confirmation than the [?\] > [N] in my conlang is plausible...
I’d say keep it. Rhinoglottophilia is a thing.
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AVDIO · VIDEO · DISCO

CC = Common Caber
CK = Classical Khaya
CT = Classical Ĝate n Tim Ar
Kg = Kgáweq'
PO = Proto-O
PTa = Proto-Taltic
PTO = Proto-Tim Ar-O
STK = Sisỏk Tlar Kyanà
Tm = Təmattwəspwaypksma
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