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Naya – New Users

If you’re a new user, welcome! Because of spammers, new users are only allowed to edit this page, not any others. Please use this page to quickly introduce yourself, adding a few words about how you found this wiki and in which way(s) you want to contribute. You can use the “Insert signature” button above the edit window (second from right) to sign your contribution. Once you’re done so, we’ll welcome you and give you edit rights for the rest of the wiki. Thanks for your understanding!

I found this wiki because I want to learn an auxlang and I find Lugamun to have a very good grammar. The language is still in development and there is an opportunity to help finish it. I see that there is some old grammar that needs updating and I want to add the missing examples of use.

Brian McKeen 2021-12-10 20:42

  • Rahaba / Welcome, Brian! You should now have the right to edit all pages in the wiki. If something is unclear or doesn’t work, just ask. — Christian Siefkes 2021-12-11 15:53

Salam! I’m Dirk—“pluntert” from the Discord channel—and since I have an interest in songwriting and storytelling, I would like to contribute by translating songs and stories into Lugamun, adding missing words to the “proposals for new words” page. In the near future, I’d like to write songs in Lugamun, hopefully pushing for a more level playing field in the world of pop music and songwriting in general. In addition to that, I’d like to eventually contribute to some kind of rhyming dictionary, similar to the English one found on (the “Storm” tool), providing writers who are curious about writing poetry/songs/etc in Lugamun with a proper tool for these purposes. Besides that, I’m attracted to the open-source philosophy behind the language.

Dirk-Jan 2022-03-26 14:58

  • Rahaba, Dirk / pluntert, that sounds very good! You should now be able to edit all of the wiki. — Christian Siefkes 2022-03-26 17:21
naya.txt · Last modified: 2022-03-26 17:22 by christian