linguoboy wrote:arpee wrote:Whether there is motivation for doing such, is irrelevant. Whether it is pointless to make it easier, is irrelevant. I'm only asking one question that you still haven't answer. In your opinion, what things could be changed about Esperanto to make it easier. That's it. I'm not asking about how it would affect the world so that is irrelevant.
You can't talk about something being "easier" without some ultimate goal in mind. Changes that make something "easier" for some applications (machine parsing, say) will make it less suitable for others.
If you want to ask the question, "How would you dick around with Esperanto?", then by all means ask that question. But don't ask it by pretending to ask something else.
Asking "How would you dick around with Esperanto?", is not the same question as "How would you make Esperanto easier?". Why does a specific goal have to be in mind in order to do something? Ok, let's say if you were making Esperanto easier for yourself personally, how would you change it to make it easier, and please don't say "It's already easy" or something like that because I'm not asking, whether or not it's easy. I'm asking in what ways could it be made easIER.