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A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Printed Edition, available for purchase – Dnghu becomes an oficially registered Association

The latest version of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, version 4, Second Printed Edition, was published online some days ago, and its printed edition has been approved, so that it is available for purchase at Amazon. We will try to provide members with the second printed edition of the grammar, to replace their previous versions Read more about A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Printed Edition, available for purchase – Dnghu becomes an oficially registered Association[…]

A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, published, new web server and other news

These are the latest developments at Dnghu: A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, is prepared for its publication as a printed book, and we are awaiting the arrival of the proof copy to accept it and let it be sold at Amazon, probably within the next days. We wanted to offer immediately the final Read more about A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, published, new web server and other news[…]

Membership of the Indo-European Language Association, now without ordinary annual subscription fees

Statement by the Board, 27 Feb 2009: There has been a gross mistake in the description of the new condition for members. The ordinary Assembly General, held in February, decided in second call (Art. 20, First, Estatutes) with a qualified majority – of the members that were there with right to vote – that ordinary Read more about Membership of the Indo-European Language Association, now without ordinary annual subscription fees[…]

The collaborative textbook A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, already in pre-version 4, heading for its second printed edition

Following the initial release date previously announced, the main collaborative textbook published by the Association, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, has entered a pre-version 4 stage, heading for its second printed edition. Appart from the expected changes in MIE concept (viz. EIE, PIH, etc.) and the correction of errors and ommissions, the structure has been Read more about The collaborative textbook A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, already in pre-version 4, heading for its second printed edition[…]

Proposals and votes in the Association, free collaboration easier with OpenID, translations and more linguistic projects

These are the latest changes and projects of the Association: 1. After debating the possibility of opening free international membership for all, restricting actual membership (with voting rights) just for local people – to compel foreigners to develop their own Indo-European language revival organizations in the different countries, instead of relying in our tiny Association Read more about Proposals and votes in the Association, free collaboration easier with OpenID, translations and more linguistic projects[…]

New europaio.org Wiki websites, new language projects and change of Dnghu’s domain name language policy

The latest changes in the Association: 1. We decided to change our Indo-European Language Association domain name language policy, from a standard of “.eu” domains and translated terms written as is in the language, we want to offer a more unified writing, thus using almost only “.org” and names without dashes – but for indo-european.eu, Read more about New europaio.org Wiki websites, new language projects and change of Dnghu’s domain name language policy[…]

Problems (again) with the webservers, new services added for dnghu.org, and more grammars donated to European libraries

Newest developments of the Association: Our webservers didn’t function correctly until the 20th of July, probably since June – i.e. just the period we couldn’t take care of them – due to some new configuration of the DSL by Spanish main telecom Telefonica, or, according to them, because of the “wrong installation / reparation by Read more about Problems (again) with the webservers, new services added for dnghu.org, and more grammars donated to European libraries[…]

Brief report on the Proto-Indo-European language revival presentation in Toulouse, in the ‘Forom des Langues et Cultures du Monde’

Just as Prof. Feraud, from the Russian stand in the Forum des Langues de Toulouse, describes the event yesterday, with the public reaction to the presentation of the Proto-Indo-European language revival project: There was a good attendance to the Language Forum, maybe in the thousands. Some hundreds of leaflets have been distributed among visitors – Read more about Brief report on the Proto-Indo-European language revival presentation in Toulouse, in the ‘Forom des Langues et Cultures du Monde’[…]

Proto-Indo-European language revival in France language fair: Forum des Langues et Cultures du Monde, 1st of July, Toulouse

The Forum des Langues du Monde, organized by the Carrefour Culturel Arnaud-Bernard since 1993, is the most important language fair of Toulouse, and one of the best known in southern France. It shows the diversity of languages spoken in the region of Midi-Pyrénées – with a territory larger than 8 EU member states -, from Read more about Proto-Indo-European language revival in France language fair: Forum des Langues et Cultures du Monde, 1st of July, Toulouse[…]