I’d be interested to know, too!
It’s a pity Cornwall24 has gone- that was a good one for such things. Discussion on all things Cornish, in English and Cornish. I did try to join to enter some conversations with some - interesting - views on Welsh, including someone having quite an extensive go at SSiW for teaching “licio”, which “he hadn’t heard of and didn’t appear in any of his dictionaries”, (from someone who must have [A] had a poor collection of dictionaries, [‘leicio’ is even in that strange fish, the Geiriadur Mawr] and [B] talked to very few Welsh speakers ), But I couldn’t get on it. But he seemed to have some strange views about Welsh anyway, so knowing me its probably best I didn’t! ) *
Very good site though, pity it’s gone.
Same thing about ForumWales though- a really useful site, people talking in and about Welsh, most of them people who knew a lot about the language. Really useful to read the differing opinions. That disappeared too.
Maybe it’s simply that such things aren’t as needed with the increase in Facebook and Twitter and other Social media. There’s a lot of that going on in and about Welsh (just naturally, between Welsh speakers), and a lot of groups set up there. Maybe that’s where Cornish has gone to live?
[ Just to make it clear, as some people seem to regard this as some strange ‘battle’ between “lico” and “hoffi”, both words are used perfectly naturally by native Welsh speakers. ‘Hoffi’ tends to be used in literature rather than “lico”, but this does not mean, as with many other such things, that “hoffi” is not used naturally in speech. To not use it in speech it because it is used in literature as well as in speech is - well, illogical. ]
[edit- comment posted before I saw Howlsedhes Services’ post!]