Talk:Lojban around the world

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It was Robin Lee Powell who first proposed an idea was that people should call each other at mutually convenient times for chats in Lojban.

This page is to be merged with "contacts", "skype group" and lojban clubs.

  • Shawn Lasseter is a local friend on the Le Chevalier's, on the board, and does not currently have 'net access.
  • Dalton Graham is a friend of the webmaster and helps with this website.

Earlier

Posted by rlpowell on Wed 26 of Oct., 2005 20:11 GMT posts: 14214 Free-form chat that used to be here:

Along the lines of the IRC, I'm thinking of making a MUSH? for Lojbananas (partly because I'm not often on IRC and somehow find MUSHes easier.) Any interest? Let me know; mi'e mark.

The Logical Language Group formerly published a newsletter, lojbo karni, and a journal, ju'i lobypli. Thanks, but why is this in the forums page?

How about a newsgroup on some newsserver (maybe even on usenet)? I think mailinglists are old-fasion. :-) Maybe a gateway between the mailinglists and the newsgroup(s)? Then people can use whatever they want, and still communicate with each other.

'Seeing as usenet was one of the earliest pieces of the internet, it would also have to count as "old-fas(h)ion". Besides, mailing lists get the job done.'

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Posted by brablonau on Mon 09 of Jan., 2006 03:17 GMT posts: 80 I'd like to add my 2c...

c. #1 - The title of this page (Lojbanic Forums) is probably unnecessarily misleading. Online, "forums" are now the term used to refer to collaborative message boards. In fact, this site has such "forums" at http://www.lojban.org/tiki/forums. One is named "Lojbanic Forums" and the other "Forums". I think this could be made less confusing.


c. #2 - I opine that the information on this page could be usefully merged into the Lojbanic Community Links page. Does anyone object?


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rlpowell Posted by rlpowell on Mon 09 of Jan., 2006 06:22 GMT posts: 14214 On Sun, Jan 08, 2006 at 07:17:35PM -0800, brablonau wrote: > I'd like to add my 2c... > > * c. #1 - The title of this page (Lojbanic Forums) is probably > unnecessarily misleading. Online, "forums" are now the term used > to refer to collaborative message boards. In fact, this site has > such "forums" at http://www.lojban.org/tiki/forums. > One is named "Lojbanic Forums" and the other "Forums". I think > this could be made less confusing.

Would "Lojbanic Discussion Forums" bother you less?

> * c. #2 - I opine that the information on this page could be > usefully merged into the Lojbanic Community Links page. Does > anyone object?

As stated elsewhere, I do. I consider them to be entirely unrelated; one is about places to discuss Lojban, the other is about people and places where Lojban is used.

-Robin


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Eppcott Posted by Eppcott on Mon 18 of Sep., 2006 20:39 GMT posts: 4740 The link "Beginner's Mailing List" is broken. I'm not sure where it's supposed to go. Score: 0.00 Vote: 1 2 3 4 5 top of page Reply

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Posted by lojbab on Mon 18 of Sep., 2006 21:09 GMT posts: 162 Eppcott wrote: > Re: Lojbanic Forums > The link "Beginner's Mailing List" is broken. I'm not sure where it's supposed to go.

the actual list is at: lojban-beginners@lojban.org but I would look at where links to lojban list point. If they point to an archive or to a subscription page, then the beginners list link should point to something comparable for that list.

lojbab

Posted by rlpowell on Wed 26 of Oct., 2005 19:43 GMT posts: 14214

Unformatted discussion that used to be on the page:

Along the lines of the IRC, I'm thinking of making a MUSH? for Lojbananas (partly because I'm not often on IRC and somehow find MUSHes easier.) Any interest? Let me know; mi'e mark.

The Logical Language Group formerly published a newsletter, lojbo karni, and a journal, ju'i lobypli. Thanks, but why is this in the forums page?

How about a newsgroup on some newsserver (maybe even on usenet)? I think mailinglists are old-fasion. :-) Maybe a gateway between the mailinglists and the newsgroup(s)? Then people can use whatever they want, and still communicate with each other.

'Seeing as usenet was one of the earliest pieces of the internet, it would also have to count as "old-fas(h)ion". Besides, mailing lists get the job done.'