I’m happy to say that I’ve completed some new content on the site further explaining Chraki for beginners. The writing system article is mostly complete. It stops at encodifications since that is still an area where work is being done. I’ve been working with Maus on it, and so far it looks as though the radical system used for forming the ideograms will also be hierarchical, but we’ll see.
Of biggest import is that there is now an official syllabary listing all the syllabograms that Chraki uses. With this information, you should be able to now form basic Chraki utterances (not that you know what any are yet…) I hope to soon be able to have downloadable materials for the syllabary, and even the ability to purchase an actual poster with the syllabary on it (to help fund the project.)
That’s on the main site, but I also have mirrored quite a bit of information on the encyclopaedia as well. Each syllabogram has its own entry in the encyclopaedia (as well as being tagged for migratory purposes.) If you are interested in expanding on any of the entries, become a member and submit edits right on the article itself.
Work is still being done to make the encyclopaedia a little more like a traditional wiki.