Indo-European International Auxiliary Language and other projects

We have decided at Dnghu to modify some resources, as (we think) they were causing people and time to leak out from our most valuable projects. They are:, the Indo-European IAL web portal, which won’t be linked that much from Dnghu’s site. The site was designed to host a different, older and more phonetic view of the Proto-Indo-European reconstruction, to be used outside Europe – instead of the Europaio grammatical system, which is mainly based on the Indo-European Northern (or European) Dialect. We think it has been somehow confusing to mix it with Europaio in Dnghu’s website, making people believe we were trying to reconstruct (or even construct) two different languages, when our only aim was to facilitate the development of a more flexible and International grammatical system besides our easier, European-based one.

Sghola, Tekstos and Skientia free knowledge projects – which have nothing to do with Indo-European but for the names – have been (earlier as initially planned) taken over by Academia Biblos, to offer different school and university resources. As far as we know, Sghola will not be the projects’ central – as we promoted it -, but a commercial site for e-learning. However, we hope to take advantage of this change by using the portal in the future, maybe to offer free or commercial e-learning courses.

Your Indo-European Language Team.

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