Whistler, Ken ken.whistler at sap.com
Thu Jun 5 19:00:47 CDT 2014


Any programming language project that derives from someone who describes
himself as a “polyhistor”, which claims to be polymorphic and pasigraphic and
multi-lingual and orthogonal and polysynthetic, which draws its inspiration from the
theory of “Natural Language Metasemantics”, and which name drops “the
great heritage started by Wilkins and Leibniz”, might seem to be doomed from
the start. ;-)


P.S. For Leibniz and pasigraphy and its application to formal calculation, see:
then quickly run the other way!

A few years ago there was a company in Australia that was developing a multilingual language called Protium Blue. The lead was someone named Diarmuid Pigott. As far as I can tell, the project has come to an end, but one can still find bits about the project, e.g. this:

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