Lojban Mastobot! 🤖
Introducing la .lojbot. :D
It is a Mastobot that parses Lojban (or tells you it's not well-formed) and returns definitions of gismu, cmavo and lujvo that you search for
It also respects !deletethis replies
Re-#introductions for all our new friends!
I'm a doctoral candidate studying the emergent ethical properties of portfolios of drug development in the dept of Experimental Medicine at #McGill in Montreal
I also write R (and R markdown), evangelise Zotero, and love other FOSS research tools
Looking forward to getting to know all of you!
So many new friends, time for re-#introductions!
I'm a PhD candidate and Rabinowitch fellow for medical ethics in the department of Experimental Medicine at McGill University. I work in the STREAM (Studies of Translation, Ethics and Medicine) research group.
My research is mostly on cancer drug development ethics, but I also write software for general use in general medical systematic reviews.
Fun #Lojban thing:
Due to the structure of the language, you can use capital letters to indicate where a word is stressed and then eliminate spaces between the words, and there is no ambiguity in meaning
In fact, the Lojban parser recognises this: https://lojban.github.io/ilmentufa/glosser/glosser.htm
This means that you can have phrases or entire sentences in Lojban in #hashtags and the lack of spaces will never bork them up
I am the grad school fairy, here to make your research problems disappear!
Or in #Lojban:
.i mi'e la crida be lo bavmulcu'e .i mi zvati tu'a do ki'u lo du'u cancygau ro da poi nabmi do lo nu datnysisku
I am also a doctoral candidate at McGill U in Montreal, where I work with the STREAM research group. My research is in medical research ethics.
My blog: https://www.bgcarlisle.com/blog/
I'm a trekkie. I'm also super-queer and love to make straight boys uncomfortable. I play the fiddle.
Good overview of many of the big changes from CLL to modern #Lojban:
I started watching the video in this Lojban blog, and it just kept going!
.i .ua ze'u skina
I'm the research fairy, here to make your academic problems disappear
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