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- More evaluating roots for exclusion and inclusion in Neo-Eldarin (I-M).
- Removed “
⏳” and “ ⛔️” symbols for neologisms since they weren’t very helpful.
- Broke neologisms down by release, starting with v0.6.5.
- First pass at internationalized search: Russian and Polish, with help of Dmytro Yakymets (Дмитрий Якимец) and Przemek Chorobiński.
- Modified page-ids so they are permanent identifiers and don’t change when the language or word is updated.
- Miscellaneous search fixes.
- First cut at classify Quenya verbs.
- More evaluating roots for exclusion and inclusion in Neo-Eldarin (E-G).
- Multi-match searches using “,” (OR) and “+” (AND).
- Began work on Neo-Eldarin vocabulary pages.
- Began evaluating roots for exclusion and inclusion in Neo-Eldarin (A - E).
- Updated the “Motivations and Methodology” page to better reflect Eldamo’s current mission.
- More tweaks for better mobile support.
- Wildcard searches (e.g. “si*f”).
- Better validations on <notes> elements.
- More linked (<see>) entries for earlier languages (Early Qenya, Gnomish).
- Changed treatment of early words (1910-1930: Early Quenya, Early Noldorin and Gnomish) in Neo-Quenya/Neo-Sindarin word lists. They are now marked
⚠️by default, or by ⛔️when there is a later replacement. Any “rescued” early words are treated as Neo-Quenya or Neo-Sindarin, even if the form itself is unchanged.
- See Breaking Changes in v0.6.1
- Various usability enhancements to better support mobile.
- Cleanup usage of word reliability markers.
- Introduced Neo-Quenya (ᴺQ), Neo-Sindarin (ᴺS), and Neo-Primitive (ᴺ✶) languages.
- Changed North Sindarin code/abbreviation from “ns/NS.” to “norths/North S.” to better distinguish it from Neo-Sindarin.
- Reorganized Quenya and Sindarin entries to fit new “Neo” language structures.
- Alternate “neo” navigation for walking through Neo-languages.
- Added linked (<see>) entries for many variant forms so they show up in search.