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Participate in Indo-European language revival


Proto-Indo-European language revival projects are supported mainly by the work and collaboration of many of our learners and readers (learn what To Do Now), whose aim is to help Indo-European become a spoken and renowned language, and hopefully EU's main official language in the long-term. We appeal to international collaboration by supporting redistribution of free knowledge through our publications and resources, while aiming at the practical and complete reconstruction of a modern, usable Indo-European language to facilitate intranational and international communication.

Indo-European language projects:

There are currently four active specialized projects, in which anyone may collaborate freely. You can become an active member of the meritocracy which governs the Gateway to the European Language,,and the collaborative news website The site is designed for Indo-European vocabulary development.

If you are a member of a public or private institution and you think it would be interested in joining the Dnghu Network, you could be among those who decide the future definitive shape of the Modern Indo-European grammar and vocabulary. Final decisions and recommendations will be posted by experts on Europaiom Komsortiom web site, while discussions will be held on a private wiki, both projects being directed and administered by Dnghu and its main partners.

If you are a software developer, we are currently developing the online WLQO translator/dictionary at SourceForge; based on the Open Translation Engine (OTE), it is released under the GNU General Public License - unlike good old OTE, which had a BSD-like licence and whose source code was not always publicly released. The Indo-European language dictionaries in XML (and also in DICT format) will be licensed under a W3C-like license, the DNGHU Likentia.

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