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Re: [glosalist] Re: Facebook group

Scott Heavner (Scott Heavner <tangentaxis@...>) on July 14, 2009


Here’s hoping, Doro. Glosa is too beautiful and easy an AIL to lose to obscurity. It seems the Novial community is on the fast track to inactivity and I just don’t want to see the same thing happen to our community. Of the three AIL’s that I have knowledge in (Esperanto, Glosa, Novial) I find Glosa to be the most efficient and fun to use.

Plu saluta, Scott

On 7/14/09, andoromeda83 <andoromeda83@…> wrote:


Great idea! I already joined the group and made some small posts. We are already six people there. Now the facebook group and also the Yahoo Group here should be more active.

Plu saluta ex Doro

— In, “Scott Heavner” <tangentaxis@…> wrote:

To anyone interested, i created a facebook group for Glosa. I am also working on a Glosa wikibook for wikipedia. Any suggestions and aid you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I just hope we all can promote Glosa so that it may be used more frequently.



P.S. Does anyone know of the status of Glosa’s caretakers?

– i left my heart in syntax error !@#$

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