A compilation of information about Solresol, the universal musical language

First off, welcome to all those who are visiting or have even joined Sidosi from the Conlangs Facebook group ! :D For Our Guests As I say in my replies to welcome/introduction posts, feel free to look around! We of course have these forums, which remain relatively active despite our low numbers. The...
It's been a while since I've talked of my work on Sidosi, so I figured I'd do a big write-up summary. My Recent Absence As you may have noticed, I've been pretty much completely absent from Sidosi for a few months. Unfortunately, no work has been done behind the scenes either. I've been dealing with...
Yeah, I agree with Garrison. I can't and won't do anything if you name it "Sidosi", but it would just be in bad taste. Part of it is avoiding confusion at to who is in charge of each site, and part of it is actually for your blog's benefit. If you try searching "solresol", you'll notice Sidosi isn't...
Welcome! Of course, we have the Resources page (which is due for an update soon). The forum is where we've had most discussions about Solresol. The wiki is our attempt at a more organized Solresol reference, though it's still quite young. The translator is my personal project, utilizing Garrison's e...
The problem here, if I got it right, is to find a method of representing stress and lengthening for each form of Solresol... or rather to find ONE method for each form. As I see it, the problem can be divided into two problems: 1. To choose ONE method out of many to be the official method - like in...
a few Youtube slideshows. That's new content right there (by what I meant)! I'm not saying someone needs to write a new book about Solresol. I'm just saying more perspectives would help any spread of Solresol. For instance, I hope to "translate" some short texts into Solresol music, and see how the...
While I appreciate the effort, I want to offer some advice. I think to be effective, the Tumblr shouldn't be just a repost of the links and resources on this website (or others). I think what stunted the Solresol subreddit's growth was an abundance of just links, and no new contributions. Although I...
At the concern of shanoxilt, I will slightly restructure the Resources page to give the link to the archived resource if the original resource no longer exists. Are you aware of this Solresol site? Also, could you contact the owner? Yes, and I think it may be on the Resources list already. It doesn...
Friday, November 23, 2012 What I accomplished: Restructured the wiki, to make translations easier and more manageable. What's in the works: Restructure the Resources page to make the Archive link the main link if the source link is broken. Refactor the translator code, to make it easier to update. ...
Check out the Resources to find 100+ resources about Solresol. Almost a third of the links are broken or unarchived. We need to find a mirror site or a way to make a downloadable bundle of material. I don't want to derail this too much from an introduction topic, but I want to clarify the status of...