>>62018>Will Toki Pona have a lot of words in the future? With a large vocabulary, would one learn Toki Pona?
Every language grows like this. Even the cheatsheet you shared comes with some unofficial words like 'epiku' which are not part of the language, they could be considered as 'slang'. I think the core language is pretty much set, and that should be considered sufficient for a user of the language to start being active in the community, yet as always, actual fluency will take time to develop, as well as acquaintance with the 'slang', think of how english is sufficient to browse image/textboards but the concepts and vocabulary is pretty rich and ot takes some lurkin' to start talkin' the talk.>Is Toki Pona open source?
It's not a software implementation. There's a little book and that's pretty much it. There's no way they can make it proprietary. If Sonja ends up being a tyrant, the community will keep an existence independent of whatever plans the creator has for the language.
Anyway I wanted to say I appreciate how you can be so focused in something and document your thoughts and whatnot and keep this thing alive in an otherwise prettu slow board (wizchan is the only site with a hobbies board that I know of, kinda sad no other site exists for this kind of talk), I can't really focus much on a thing for a sustained period and I don't dare document my progress for several reasons either.