All the “foundational elements,” that is, all the concepts that have been knocking around my noggin’ for the last year are now laid out and elaborated upon. This is good, as now we can dive further into the specifics and develop further on those ideas.
The ideas as of now look something like this: phonetically we form utterances out of units of an optional consonant and a vowel, each one of these is recorded using a syllabogram from a syllabary, and larger concepts are formed through a process of integration and disintegration to be recorded using ideograms formed from radicals. This leaves us with grammar, which is one of two frontiers of the Chraki language (as well as programming.) Technical-wise the language relies on multi-value logic (particularly ternary logic) operating in a (virtual) machine forming a meta-augmentable run-time environment for further bootstrap-like language development.
I’m looking forward to working on the ideograms (encodifications) next and the radical system (as well as trying to figure out some more groundwork for the programming language. Hopefully, some starting vocabulary will be up soon!