Languages I have created
- 42, a Gödel number joke language
- A-DU, Linear A balance ledgers as code. Another ancient themed language
- Analog Synth, a simple language conversion from another joke in order to create a multi-interpreter for two languages in ΙΧΘΥΣ
- Brainfoctal, and exploring Gödel numbering as a programming paradigm
- Grime MC, exploring algorithms using genre specific lyrics and Pseudonatural language
- He110!, Joke celluar automata and Manchester encoding, hehe! May actually have some interesting potential.
- ΙΧΘΥΣ, Deadfish + classical Greek, thematic Turing-complete Deadfish derivative https://github.com/hornc/ixqus
- L.H.O.O.Q., another (esoteric) joke language, with complex maths, and images
- Ambitious project, (WIP): Analog signal / tape splicing language, provisionally titled Delia. Abstract analog machine, which will hopefully be Turing-complete
Code for languages created by others
- Юᓂ곧⎔ compiler toolchain
- APLBAONWSJAS Joke interpreter and intelligent assistant
- Desert-of-Malbolge, code exploration and mapping by Gödel number
- Gödel numbering
- Non-Latin esolangs + Hello Worlds. New category Category:Non-Latin like Category:CJK?
- The Waterfall Model
- Jot and Zot, although I'm not sure I completely grok them (yet).
- Sacred not sure why, but two symbol limited languages appeal
- Preserving links and data via Wayback machine and web archival.
Other computational implementations
- Physical computing?
- Analog computing esolangs?
- Quantum esolangs?
Non-Latin historical writing system esolangs
|Aheui||Korean Hangul||~1500 CE|
|ᚱᚢᚾᛅᛦ (Runaʀ)||Runic Fungeoid||~150 / 800 CE|
|Nikud||Hebrew Niqqud diacritics||~600 CE|
|ΙΧΘΥΣ||Classical Greek||~900 BCE|
|Hieroglyphic (also possibly Hieroglyphics - incomplete spec)||Middle Egyptian Hieroglyphics||~2000 BCE|
|A-DU||Cretan Linear-A||~2500 BCE|
|Sumerian||Sumerian Cuneiform||~2500 BCE|
Юᓂ곧⎔ makes uses of:
- Braille (1824)
- Mongolian Numerals (~1700 CE)
- Cyrillic (~940 CE)
- Runes (~150 / 800 CE)
- Ge'ez (~800 BCE)
- I-Ching Hexagrams (~ 900 BCE).
This list is by no means complete, feel free to help by letting me know about anything else that should be on this list on my talk page.
- Verbosus: Translate Verbose into Latin, because Roman numerals. Decidedly not Non-Latin, but historical.
- ᚱᚢᚾᛅᛦ: Translate / convert RunR into Futhark, because the language name looks like a near/false declension of the Old Norse word for "Rune", and a 2D runic language might look quite nice. Needs attention to letter meanings and runic orthography. SHOULD NOT be an arbitrary assignment! I'm currently working on this, and trying to incorporate historical secret / code rune inscriptions.
- An esolang using the early geometric cave drawing symbols from the work of Genevieve von Petzinger for the ultimate earliest in human symbolic representation (Don't think these are in Unicode). (~40,000 BP)
- An Enochian based language (not representable in Unicode!). To be done properly, it should make use of: the Enochian tablets for some kind of operations, Enochian Gematria, be in keeping with the theme and philosophy of Dr. Johannes Dee, and furthermore contain references to early ciphers and the possibility that Enochian was used for international espionage, and make use of modern statistical analysis of the language and tablets. Should probably be a high level language, or at least use meaningful keywords since there exists a decent Enochian dictionary with many concepts that could be used for computation. It SHOULD NOT be called 'Enochian', rather it should have a meaningful title in the language. GEDCOMSELHAH may be translatable as 'esolang'? (1580s, or pre-humanity, depending on belief/credulity)