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2001Edit

2001/08/08Edit

Toki Pona is published by jan Sonja on her website geocities.com/marraskuu1978.[1] It later moves to tokipona.org[2][3][4][5][6] and kisa.ca/tokipona.[7]

jan Sonja claims that the entire language has “150 words”.[1][8]

On August 9, the website claims, “Toki Pona! The Natural, Simple Language. Toki Pona is a pidgin-like language designed to express basic human realities by reducing words and ideas to their most simple and universal meanings and avoiding unnecessary complexity. Inspired by the principles of Taoism and primitivism, the entire language has only 14 sounds and under 200 words.”[9][10]

On December 6, the word 'cute' is added to the description (“Toki Pona is a cute, pidgin-like language …”).[11]

2002Edit

2002/03/24Edit

A Toki Pona group on Yahoo! is created.[12]

2002/03/24Edit

Toki Pona is reviewed by Damian Yerrick,[13][14][15] who “has pointed out problems that eventually were corrected”.[16][17]

2002/03/24Edit

A poll is created in the Yahoo! group about whether iki should be changed as it seems to be too long and too similar to ike. The options are to not change anything, drop iki when it’s the subject and is understood, change iki to i, or find another solution.[18]

2002/03/26Edit

A dictionary of country names is created by jan Sonja.[19]

2002/04/08Edit

A Toki Pona article is created on Wikipedia by Chuck Smith under the title Toki Pona language.[20][2] At this time, the English Wikipedia has only around 30,000 articles[21] (compared with 5,96 million in 2019).[22]

2002/05/16Edit

Another poll on the Yahoo! group about iki opens as the result of the previous one is to find a new solution. The options are to not change anything, change iki to ipi, change iki to ona, or find yet another solution.[23]

2002/05/19Edit

The AEI pi toki pona drawing is created by jan Nikita,[24][25] who seems to be the third speaker of Toki Pona.[26] This alphabet chart becomes well recognised as it is part of jan Pije’s pronunciation lesson from the beginning[27][28][29] and as it later appears in Eliazar Parra Cárdena’s toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas.[30] From September 2008 to January 2019 it is part of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia. It is then removed because it is judged that English speakers already know the Roman letters, thus being unnecessary. The image of sitelen sitelen word symbols is inserted instead.[31][32]

2002/06/04?Edit

Following a poll, iki changes to ona.[33][14]

2002/07/08Edit

The idea of making Toki Pona a 3-vowel language is explored by jan Sonja.[34][35]

2002/07/16Edit

The Toki Pona phonetic conversion guidelines are created by jan Sonja.[36]

2002/10/10Edit

The kili lili poem is created by jan Pije.[37] It is later included in his o kama sona e toki pona! course Lesson 5: Adjectives, Compound Nouns, Adverbs, becoming a well-recognised poem among the community.[38]

2002/11/01Edit

ali becomes an alternative to ale, en is used between head nouns instead of modifiers, kan no longer exists, kin is used for emphasis of any word.[39][40][41]

2003Edit

2003/02/12Edit

The question type anu seme is created by jan Sonja.[42]

2003/07/25Edit

jan Pije completes his o kama sona e toki pona! course.[43] This is later translated into other languages and it continues to be one of the main sources of learning Toki Pona even today. The website address moves several times from angelfire.com/cantina/tokipona,[43] through geocities.com/tokipona,[44] tokipona.nytka.org,[45] tokipona.esperanto-jeunes.org,[46] bknight0.myweb.uga.edu/toki,[47] to tokipona.net/tp/janpije.[48]

2004Edit

2004/??/??Edit

toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas is published by Eliazar Parra Cárdena in Spanish.[30] These illustrated lessons are later translated into English (2009, Dave Raferty),[49] Esperanto (2013, Marek Blahuš),[50] and French (2006, only the first 32 lessons).[51]

2004/03/31Edit

jan Sonja asks on Wikipedia-l mailing list how to add a Wikipedia in Toki Pona.[52][53]

2004/04/04Edit

The Toki Pona Wikipedia is created on the address tp.wikipedia.org.[54] There are disputes about the address and about the existence of such Wikipedia version itself.[55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65]

2004/05/28Edit

The Toki Pona Wikipedia reaches 100 articles.[66]

2004/11/16Edit

The Toki Pona Wikipedia is closed by Jimbo Wales, the co-founder of Wikipedia.[67][68][69][70]

2005Edit

2005/01/03Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for deletion for the first time.[71]

2005/01/21Edit

The result of the discussion about the first nomination for deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is keep.[71]

2006Edit

2007Edit

2007/05/07Edit

A request for a new language code ISO 639-3 is made by Marcos Cramer. Amongst additional supporters on the document are Abel Johannes Kiefte, Helmut Voigt, and Marek Blahuš. tok is chosen as a preferred three letter identifier. The request reports that there are “10-30 fluent speakers; several hundred with reasonable ability”.[72]

2007/05/30Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for deletion for the second time.[73]

2007/06/08Edit

The result of the discussion about the second nomination for deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is delete.[73]

2007/07/09Edit

The deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is discussed in a deletion review.[74]

2007/07/09Edit

The Globe and Mail (Siobhan Roberts) publish an article Canadian has people talking about lingo she created.[75][76][77][78]

2007/07/14Edit

The decision to delete the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia has been overturned “in light of new information” upon discussion in the deletion review.[74]

2007/07/18Edit

Times and Transcript (Nick Moore) publish an article Moncton native creates unique ‘good language’.[78][79][77]

2007/07/18Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed in French by Denis Robichaud on 3-60, Radio-Canada, Première Chaîne (Atlantique) in an 8-minute interview.[80]

2007/07/21Edit

Telegraph-Journal republish the Times and Transcript (Nick Moore)’s article Moncton native creates unique ‘good language’ as She’s talking in a new tongue.[81][77][78]

2007/07/25Edit

The deleted Toki Pona article on Wikipedia moves back to mainspace.[78]

2007/07/25Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed by Kevin Sylvester on Sounds Like Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC Radio One in a 20-minute interview.[82][78]

2007/08/24Edit

Los Angeles Times (Amber Dance) publish an article In their own words -- literary.[83][78]

2007/08/27Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed in French by Michel Doucet on Le Réveil on Radio-Canada, Première Chaîne (Atlantique) in a 13-minute interview.[84][78]

2007/09/02Edit

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette republish the Los Angeles Times (Amber Dance)’s article In their own words -- literary as Invented languages: They're not just for Klingons anymore.[85][78]

2007/10/20Edit

Jan Sonja is interviewed by Jane Farrow on And Sometimes Y, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC Radio One.[86][78]

2008Edit

2008/02/18Edit

The ISO 639-3 language code request is rejected as “the ISO 639-3 Registration Authority has determined that the request for this new code element is premature. The propagation of a new constructed language is often a short-lived interest of limited scope; few constructed languages have lasting impact in the world community of languages to become more than mere novelties. Toki Pona seems to fit the novelty category, as an intentionally “minimalist” language. During 2007 there was some media interest in Toki Pona, in which its novel aspects were highlighted. If Toki Pona survives the next few years and continues to develop, both in applications and in user base, then the RA will be open to consider a new request for assignment of a code element for Toki Pona.”[87][88]

2008/09/03Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for a Language and literature good article for the first time. The review seems to be quite a weak one, considering Wikipedia’s reviewing guidelines are already in existence.[89] The review simply reads the following: “I believe that this article is worthy of Good Article status. It's prose is excellent, and goes into depth about its subject. Certain sections of the article could be expanded slightly, but it has done enough to recieve good article status.”[90]

2009Edit

2009/04/01Edit

In the Yahoo group, the word kijetesantakalu is presented by jan Sonja as an April Fools' Day joke: “Although some of the new words I am considering are still in the testing phase, I can safely say that one word that has made the cut is "kijetesantakalu", a noun for any animal from the Procyonidae family, such as raccoons, coatis, kinkajous, olingos, ringtails and cacomistles. I took it from the Finnish word kierteishäntäkarhu, meaning kinkajou.”[91]

2009/11/18Edit

Toki Pona merchandise is created by jan Sonja.[92]

2009/12/01Edit

The writing system sitelen suwi (later known as sitelen sitelen) is published by jan Josan.[93][94]

2009/12/10Edit

jan Mato proposes creating a contract in Toki Pona, and realises the idea with jan Josan.[95][96][97]

2009/12/16Edit

jan Kipo proposes calling jan Josan’s writing system sitelen sitelen as opposed to sitelen suwi.[98]

2010Edit

2010/01/20?Edit

The Routledge Linguistics Encyclopedia (3rd ed.) by Kirsten Malmkjær mentions Toki Pona in chapter Artificial languages – Recreation on p. 34. The mention reads, “Toki Pona is a language exploring the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis, designed to encourage positive thoughts.”[99][100]

2010/03/13Edit

It has been requested to check whether the GA status of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is in need of reassessment. The reviewer criticises many unreferenced sections, inconsistent citation formatting, over reliance on primary sources and personal websites, and too much unnecessary detail. The assessment has been placed on hold and given chance to the contributors to improve the article. No one steps in and even the article’s contributor says “it doesn't feel particularly GA to me. More fun than encyclopedic”.[101][102]

2010/03/20Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is delisted from Language and literature good articles.[101]

2010/03/21Edit

“After being closed and its database locked some time ago, the Tokipona Wikipedia has been completely removed.”[103][104]

2010/06/20Edit

A version of the AEI pi toki pona drawing by jan Nikita is created with Elena being replaced with the then-nonexistent esun.[105]

2010/10/31Edit

The r/tokipona subreddit on Reddit is created by jan Mimoku.[106]

2011Edit

2012/02/05Edit

The toki pona group on Facebook is created.[107]

2012Edit

2012/02/05Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for deletion for the third time.[108]

2012/02/13Edit

The result of the discussion about the third nomination for deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is keep.[108]

2013Edit

2013/03/10?Edit

The (unofficial) Toki Pona Sign Language is created by Christopher Huff.[109][110][111][112]

2013/03/15Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for deletion for the fourth time.[113]

2013/03/23Edit

The result of the discussion about the fourth nomination for deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is keep.[113]

2013/07/12Edit

Eliazar Parra Cárdena’s toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas is translated by jan Male from Spanish into Esperanto and published under an Esperanto publishing house with its own ISBN,[114] becoming the first printed textbook of Toki Pona. It is first available at the Somera Esperanto-Studado (Summer Esperanto Study) 2013, a week-long event that takes place every summer in Martin, Slovakia. jan Sonja writes a preface praising the relationship between Esperanto and Toki Pona and expressing thanks to jan Male and Eliazar Parra Cárdena. The second edition appears during the Konferenco pri Aplikoj de Esperanto en Scienco kaj Tekniko 2014 in Modra, Slovakia.[115][116]

2014Edit

2014/03/05Edit

jan Mali publishes her first Learn toki pona in a fortnight video on YouTube.[117]

2014/04/25Edit

jan Sonja is seeking graphic designers for the cover of her book.[118][119]

2014/05/25Edit

Toki Pona: The Language of Good or pu is published by jan Sonja.[120][121]

2014/06/15–19?Edit

Christopher Huff gives a one-hour talk at the Polyglot Gathering in Berlin.[122][123][124]

2014/07/18Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed by Kris Broholm on Actual Fluency Podcast in a 45-minute episode AFP 20 – Sonja Lang: Toki Pona, Conlanging and the meaning of life.[125]

2014/07/20Edit

A sitelen pona font for sitelen pona is created by jan Wesi. jan Same later works on this and creates his linja pona font.[126]

2014/12/11–12Edit

17 people try to learn Toki Pona in 48 hours in an Actual Fluency meetup called TokiPonathon 2014.[127][128][129]

2015Edit

2015/01/08Edit

The Guardian (Ellie Violet Bramley) publish an article What happened when I tried to learn Toki Pona in 48 hours using memes, having taken part in the 2014 TokiPonathon.[128]

2015/07/15Edit

The Atlantic (Roc Morin) publish an article How to Say (Almost) Everything in a Hundred-Word Language.[130]

2015/07/26Edit

Toki Pona: The Language of Good is now available in a Kindle edition.[131][132]

2015/09/26–28Edit

Organised by jan Elin and jan Wena, 9 people (jan Elin, jan Wena, jan Male, jan Mimoku, jan Tomi, jan Piki, jan Jana, jan Mika; jan Masin in the video one does not seem to understand much) from 5 countries (Russia, Czechia, Netherlands, Germany, Slovakia) meet in Brno, Czech Republic to enjoy studying and using the Toki Pona language together. As all of them are Esperantists, Esperanto is their second language besides Toki Pona. During the first day there is a Skype chat with jan Sonja. On the second day jan Male has a presentation about the history of Czechia in Toki Pona and jan Wena, jan Jana, and jan Mimoku watch a total lunar eclipse. They go to see the town and there is a town tour in Toki Pona. jan Male and jan Wena also use Signed Toki Pona to communicate while eating. A signed postcard is sent to jan Sonja. jan Elin and jan Male have participated in the Somero Esperanto-Studado (SES) by E@I which happens every summer in Slovakia. jan Elin thought it would be a good idea to organise a meeting to learn Toki Pona. jan Wena came up with the name Eŭropa Tokipona Studado (EToSo) or kama sona pi toki pona lon ma Elopa (kama kulupu Etoso).[133][134][135][136][137][138][139][140][141][142][143]

2015/10/16Edit

jan Same vectorises jan Josan’s sitelen sitelen and releases the files for free. He also expresses the wish of creating a font but admits he does not know how to do that, encouraging others that do.[144][145]

2015/11/08Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed by Helen Zaltzman on The Allusionist podcast in a 20-minute episode Allusionist 25: Toki Pona.[146][147]

2015/12/30Edit

Following jan Same’s vectorising of sitelen sitelen, jan Olae resumes to work on a sitelen sitelen renderer.[148][149][150][151]

2016Edit

2016/04/12Edit

The toki pona taso group on Facebook is created by jan Tomani.[152][153]

2016/04/24Edit

pu is published in French by jan Sonja under the title Toki Pona: la langue du bien.[154]

2016/05/25–29Edit

EToSo 2 takes places in Ede, Netherlands.[139][155]

2016/10/17Edit

sitelen pona glyphs for the extinct words kin, kipisi, leko, monsuta, namako, oko, and pake are created by jan Same.[156]

2016/12/03Edit

A standard font (OpenType Font), linja pona, is created by jan Same with the help of jan Wesi’s sitelen pona font. To write compound glyphs, the space between the two words has to be omitted. To use cartouches, square brackets and underscores before each glyph has to be used.[157][158]

2017Edit

2017/02/23Edit

Conlang Critic publishes their Conlang Critic Episode Twelve: Toki Pona video on YouTube.[159]

2017/03/18Edit

linja pona version 2 is released by jan Same. Several new compound glyphs are introduced as well as a new system of writing them – now to write a compound, a hyphen has to be put between the two words. The monsuta glyph is slightly modified and new ways of typing a, e, and o are introduced.[160][161]

2017/03/20Edit

The toki pona central hub preparation document opens up by jan Tomani.[162]

2017/04/11Edit

linja pona version 3 is released by jan Same.[163]

2017/06/27Edit

jan Sonja is interviewed in French by Sylvain Lumbroso, Jean-Yves Ginchereau, and Marion Vignal on Podcast Quadrivium Radio, Québec Science in an episode Tout dire avec 120 mots.[164]

2017/07/18Edit

The tomo pona website (toki pona central hub) is created by jan Tomani.[165]

2017/08/28Edit

A request for a new language code ISO 639-3 is submitted for the second time.[166]

2017/09/01Edit

Toki Pona competition in writing articles on Wikipesija takes place on Facebook.[167]

2017/10/18Edit

The toki pona taso group on Facebook changes from public to closed.[168][169][170]

2018Edit

2018/01/23Edit

The second ISO 639-3 language code request is rejected.[166]

2018/02/28Edit

The toki pona taso group on Facebook hits 500 members.[171]

2018/03/23Edit

Langfocus publishes his 13-minute video Toki Pona: "The Language of Good" on YouTube.[172] This results in a great number of people getting interested in Toki Pona and also joining the groups on Facebook. The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia reaches its peak. Before the video usually about 200 people visited the page every day. On the day of the publication it is 650, the next day the number reaches as high as 1819, and the two following days, 997 and 633, respectively.[173]

2018/03/27Edit

Oxford Dictionaries Blog (Simon Thomas) publish an article Exploring Toki Pona: do we need more than 120 words?.[174]

2018/05/15Edit

Toki Pona hits 300 speakers on Amikumu.[175]

2018/09/28–29Edit

Two Toki Pona crash courses are given at a polyglot festival LingvaFest’ in Bratislava, Slovakia by jan Wena.[176][177][178][179]

2018/11/09Edit

seme li sin? creates his first Toki Pona news weekly video on YouTube.[180]

2019Edit

2019/01/08Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for a Language and literature good article for the second time.[181]

2019/01/12Edit

linja pona version 4 is created by jan Tepu who wants to merge his updates with jan Same’s version 3. He has “updated the font to use OpenType features to dynamically compose compound glyphs, rather than relying on including precomposed glyphs in the font. As a result, this version allows over 6,000 new compound glyphs”.[182][183][184]

2019/01/15Edit

tomo pi sitelen pona website by jan Tepu opens up with the first texts using linja pona version 4.[185][186]

2019/01/28Edit

sitelen pona lessons from scratch and a dictionary are added by jan Tepu to his website.[185][187][188][189]

2019/04/01Edit

kijetesantakalu celebrates 10 years of existence with some mentions on Twitter. April Fool’s Day seems to be referred to as tenpo suno kijetensakalu.[190][191]

2019/06/04Edit

The Little Red Riding Hood is translated by jan Same. It is available in the Latin alphabet, sitelen sitelen, and sitelen pona.[192]

2019/06/09?Edit

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 2,000 members.[193]

2019/06/18Edit

The ISO page on Wikia is changed to Where is Toki Pona used? because “Extent of the page has grown, and can be used much broader than original scope.”[194]

2019/06/25Edit

The Toki Pona Sitelen Emoji Keyboard app on Google Play is created by jan Dev Bali.[195]

2019/06/25Edit

The first video of the o kama sona e sitelen pona 13-lesson series (+ Introduction) is published on YouTube by jan Same.[196][197]

2019/06/30Edit

jan Daniele Vacon Sartirani publishes the first of his comic series nasin nasa in sitelen sitelen.[198][199][200]

2019/07/07Edit

The r/sitelenEmoji subreddit is created by jan Dev Bali.[201]

2019/07/12Edit

sitelen pona glyphs for apeja and kijetesantakalu are presented by jan Same following a series of polls on Facebook.[202][203][204][205]

2019/07/14Edit

The last video of the o kama sona e sitelen pona 13-lesson series is published on YouTube by jan Same.[206][207]

2019/07/16Edit

The Toki Pona group on Facebook hits 4000 members.[208]

2019/07/20?Edit

Toki Pona hits 500 speakers on Amikumu.[209]

2019/07/21?Edit

The Toki Pona Pal app on Google Play hits 5,000+ installs.[210]

2019/08/27Edit

The interactive fiction supa lape mi li ike is created by jan Sepulon.[211]

2019/09/03Edit

The reviewer of the good article nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is not responding,[212][213][214] so another reviewer takes his place.[215]

2019/09/21Edit

There is a vote on changing the symbols of the words pilin, olin, pini, kama, tan, tawa, sijelo, unpa, and sama in the Sitelen Emoji script.[216]

2019/09/23Edit

The first mention about a 2-year-old Toki Pona native speaker appears.[217][218]

2019/09/29Edit

A total of 8 changes have been approved to the Sitelen Emoji script.[219]

2019/09/30Edit

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia has passed good article criteria, becoming a Language and literature good article.[181][220][221] After this, the former reviewer appears with additional comments.[221]

2019/10/04Edit

Some facts from the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia are nominated to appear in the Did you know … section on the Main Page of Wikipedia.[222]

2019/10/13Edit

A reviewer has indicated willingness to review the Did you know nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia.[222][223]

2019/10/21Edit

The first of the musi nimi word puzzles is published by jan sitelen_ike.[224]

2019/10/28Edit

The Did you know nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia has been approved.[222][225]

2019/11/04Edit

Following the approved nomination, a fact from the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia appears on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column for 24 hours. The text of the entry is: Did you know ... that Toki Pona, a constructed language devised in 2001, uses only around 120 to 125 root words? [181][226] This generates over 9,000 views, compared to about 280–380 views on a regular day.[227][228]

2019/11/25Edit

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 2,500 members.[229][230]

2019/21/12Edit

linja pimeja, a handwritten font for sitelen pona, is created by jan sitelen_ike.[231][232]

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