Hi Inyuki, glad to have you here. We're looking forward to your contributions. Everyone who knows a bit (or much) about one or more languages enriches this project. So I'd say, keep on adding and editing :-). Cheers, D.D. 18:21 Jun 6, 2003 (UTC)
- Hi hi, D.D. I was surprised to have your comment here. Finally I found out - you was the one who added the "Lithuania" to the wiktionary. Thanks for the message. It really inspires. Also I was surprised that you are talking with Petruk. I have had Petruk's comment on 水. :-) Inyu 20030611T2247Z
Speaking of inspiring, your entry in Translationary caused me to start working on an old pet project/idea of mine. The strange thing is, you used the word I had written down three to four years ago, during my first summer in Portugal, when I tried to define a system for language independent education and a method of translating meanings (concepts) rather than words. This particular word did not exist on any Internet search engine at the time, not in any dictionary.
Hope you will find that the Wiktionary definition for 'Conceptionary' is a gratifying result of your 'Inspirationary' (!?) contributions here. If you would be kind enough to e-mail me, I would like to include some 'real' details about you, as the person that prompted my to 'publish and be damned'!