Or they will be records of achievement, I get through the fear of embarassment (for both the fact that the readership of the our posts are the ones who most capable of criticising them, and also that later I myself find the most stupid mistakes - no verb, wrong case with a prepostion, wrong verb endings ), but remembering ἡ δὲ γῆ ἦν ἀόρατος καὶ ἀκατασκεύαστος Genesis 1:2 i.e. God didn't make the world in its complete and ultimate form all at once, I guess it is okay if my Greek is not so good but I still use it.Jonathan Robie wrote:older threads will become increasingly embarrassing
It will also be worth discussing whatwill be there... Threads by various topics, daily news (public journaling), discussing the grammar, discussing usual subjects? Another thought is that if someone posts a reply in Greek to a regular topic thread in the B-Greek, they could also hyper-link to a section of the composition section with that paragraph or passage and either the background story of how it was composed, a list of uncertainties, an opportunity for peer input, or anything else that respects the other contributors.Jonathan Robie wrote:perhaps we want threads to expire after a given time
Unless small snipits are recorded and available for a week or so. And others can do like a video thread A says something B, C reply, D adds to what A say. Can that be mapped? It sounds like it will be messy, but well the B-Greek forum usually is like that too. Advantage, people could listent to a few sentences, take time to work through them, formulate a reply then record it. Disadvantage, B-Greeks server memory consumption will exponentiate.Jonathan Robie wrote:if you can't get enough people online at the same time, it kind of falls apar
Tait Sougstad wrote:there has been silence about my main question of conducting a live, interactive Koine conversation group with my fellow students.
Jonathan Robie wrote:Or should we try to do this in a more interactive way? The downside of that: if you can't get enough people online at the same time, it kind of falls apart. The upside: it can be more interactive, and it expires with time.
I think you can currently do this on Σχολὴ, http://sxole.com/.
We could use an IRC channel for this, such as freenode/#bgreek or freenode/#koine.
It looks like it may be possible to add a chat room to a phpBB forum.
Google Hangouts might be another possibility, and would allow video chat.
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