110 hilabete

ni li pona mute! mi wile e ni: jan mute li kama sona pi toki pona

110 hilabete

ken la tenpo kama la, mi mute li lukin e wikipijesa pi toki pona.
-310 hilabete

ISO codes are lame anyway. Even the 3 letter codes are insufficient for extant human languages (let alone the extinct ones that we have enough of a corpus of to classify). Yeh, yeh, I know 18,000 sounds like it’s enough, but not when the impulse is to make it an abbreviation for the endonym.

Frankly, if Mel Gibson would quit making movies where there’s no 3 letter code for the depicted language, I could probably ignore this entirely. But that’s what started my deep-dive into this stuff. From there, I went on to even getting some listed in the Conlang Registry.

I guess someone needs to contact the Conlang Registry and have them de-register qtk.

Toki Pona is a philosophical artistic constructed language known for its small vocabulary. It was created by Canadian linguist and translator Sonja Lang for the purpose of simplifying thoughts and communication. It was first published online in 2001 as a draft, and later in complete form in the book Toki Pona: The Language of Good in 2014. A small community of speakers developed in the early 2000s. While activity mostly takes place online in chat rooms, on social media, and in other groups, there were a few organized in-person meetings during the 2000s and 2010s.

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