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2001[edit | edit source]

August 2001[edit | edit source]

On 8 August, Sonja Lang made the first public post about Toki Pona on her website at GeoCities, under the username Marraskuu, meaning "November" in Finnish.[1] In her post and email logs, Lang claims that the entire language has "150 words". The website is later moved to tokipona.org[2] and kisa.ca/tokipona.[3]

On 9 August, the website claimed, "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".[4]

Matthew Chrisholm (jan Matejo), Lang's roomate at the time, seems to be the second Toki Pona speaker.

December 2001[edit | edit source]

On 6 December, the word "cute" was added to the description ("Toki Pona is a cute, pidgin-like language").[5]

2002[edit | edit source]

March 2002[edit | edit source]

On 24 March 2002, a Toki Pona group was created on Yahoo! Groups.[6] The group was polled on whether the now-obsolete third-person pronoun iki should be changed, as it was deemed to be too long and too similar to ike. The options were to not change anything, drop iki in the subject when it is understood, change iki to i, or find another solution.[7]

On the same day, Toki Pona was reviewed by Damian Yerrick,[8][9] who "has pointed out problems that eventually were corrected".[10]

On 26 March, Lang published a dictionary of country names.[11]

April 2002[edit | edit source]

On 8 April, Chuck Smith created an article about Toki Pona on the English Wikipedia, titled "Toki Pona language".[12] At this time, the English Wikipedia had only around 30 thousand articles[13] (compared with around 6.7 million articles as of November 2023).[14]

May 2002[edit | edit source]

On 15 May, Lang proposed the word kiwen ("rock, stone, metal, material") to replace the previously used compound wawa ma ("hardness of the earth").[15] A poll[16] resulted in 6 votes for kiwen and 2 votes for wawa ma.[17]

On 16 May, another poll on the Yahoo! group about iki was created, as the result of the previous one was to find a new solution. The options were to not change anything, to change iki to ipi, to change iki to ona, or to find yet another solution.[18]

AEI pi toki pona by jan Nikita
On 19 May, Nikita Ayzikovsky (jan Nikita), who seems to be the third fluent speaker of Toki Pona,[19] created the illustration AEI pi toki pona.[20] This chart has become well recognized as it was included in the pronunciation lesson from the course by Bryant Knight (jan Pije),[21] and in the Spanish-language course toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas (Toki Pona in 76 illustrated lessons) by Eliazar Parra Cárdena.[22] It was part of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia from September 2008 to January 2019[23], prior to being replaced with a cleaner version by Aronora.[citation needed…]

On 31 May, following the second poll, iki was replaced with ona.[24][25]

July 2002[edit | edit source]

On 8 July, a forum user named Viktoro proposed the idea of turning Toki Pona into a three-vowel language. Lang explored the idea, but ultimately rejected it.[26] However, in the set of 120 main words that would ultimately be included in Toki Pona: The Language of Good, there are no minimal pairs between /e~i/ or between /o~u/, which led the phonology to be described as practically a three-vowel system before ku.

On 16 July, Lang published the Toki Pona phonetic conversion guidelines.[27] Some proper names for countries were updated, such as France becoming ma Kanse instead of the previous ma Lanse.[11]

October 2002[edit | edit source]

On 10 October, Knight published the poem "kili lili".[28] It was later included in his o kama sona e toki pona! course, becoming a well-recognised poem among the community.[29]

November 2002[edit | edit source]

On 1 November, ali became an alternative to ale,[30][31] en was made to only join head nouns and not modifiers, kan was deprecated, and kin was used for emphasis of any word.[32]

2003[edit | edit source]

February 2003[edit | edit source]

On 12 February, Lang introduced the question type anu seme, inspired by the German particle oder.[33]

July 2003[edit | edit source]

On 25 July, Knight completed the first version of his o kama sona e toki pona! course.[34] The course was later translated and updated throughout the years. It was the main source of learning Toki Pona[citation needed] until Knight shut his site down in 2020. The website address moved several times, originally from angelfire.com/cantina/tokipona, through geocities.com/tokipona,[35] tokipona.nytka.org,[36] tokipona.esperanto-jeunes.org,[37] and bknight0.myweb.uga.edu/toki,[38] and finally to tokipona.net/tp/janpije.[39]

2004[edit | edit source]

March 2004[edit | edit source]

On 31 March, Lang asked on the Wikipedia-l mailing list how to add a Toki Pona language edition of Wikipedia.[40][41]

April 2004[edit | edit source]

On 4 April, the official Toki Pona Wikipedia was created under the domain tp.wikipedia.org.[42] The choice of this subdomain was debated. Other proposals included art-toki-pona, [43][44], art-tp, x-toki-pona,[45] and x-tp.[46] There were disputes about the address and about the existence of this edition of Wikipedia.[47][48]

May 2004[edit | edit source]

On 28 May, the Toki Pona Wikipedia reached 100 articles.[49] The 100th article was "Jan Juta".

November 2004[edit | edit source]

On 16 November, Wikipedia cofounder Jimbo Wales closed the Toki Pona Wikipedia.[50][51][52][53] It later moved to Wikicities (later Wikia, Fandom).

Undated[edit | edit source]

From left to right: Marek Blahuš, Eliazar Parra Cárdenas, and Peter Baláž meeting in Modra, Slovakia in 2013

In late 2004, Eliazar Parra Cárdena published the Spanish-language course toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas ("Toki Pona in 76 illustrated lessons").[22] These lessons were later translated into English (trans. Dave Raferty, 2009)[54] and Esperanto (trans. Marek Blahuš, 2013),[55] and partially into French (2006, only the first 32 lessons).[56]

2005[edit | edit source]

January 2005[edit | edit source]

On 3 January, the Toki Pona article on the English Wikipedia was nominated for deletion for the first time. Discussion ended on 21 January, and consensus was to keep the article.[57]

2006[edit | edit source]

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2007[edit | edit source]

May 2007[edit | edit source]

On 7 May, Marcos Cramer (jan Moku) requested a new ISO 639-3 language code tok, with additional supporters including Abel Johannes Kiefte (jan Mimoku), Helmut Voigt (jan Elumutu), and Marek Blahuš (jan Male). The request reported that there were "10-30 fluent speakers; several hundred with reasonable ability".[58]

On 30 May, the Toki Pona article on the English Wikipedia was nominated for deletion for the second time. Discussion ended on 6 June, with consensus being to delete the article.[59]

July 2007[edit | edit source]

According to an article published in The Globe and Mail on 9 July, "[a] Colorado programmer is developing an apocalyptic computer game with Toki Pona as the spoken language", "[a]n Israeli-German singer and member of the Stuttgart Chamber Choir is including it in a concert of musical pieces composed in constructed languages, alongside Esperanto and Star Trek’s Klingon", and "Pekka Roponen, a psychiatrist at the central hospital of Hameenlinnan, in southern Finland, … is studying the language’s usefulness in treating patients, having them keep track of their daily thoughts in Toki Pona."[60]

Additionally on 9 July, the deletion of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia was discussed in a deletion review. On 14 July, the deletion was overturned "in light of new information" upon discussion in the deletion review.[61] On 25 July, the deleted Toki Pona article on Wikipedia moved back to mainspace.

2008[edit | edit source]

February 2008[edit | edit source]

On 18 February, the ISO 639-3 language code request was rejected:[62][63]

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.

2009[edit | edit source]

April 2009[edit | edit source]

In the Yahoo group, jan Sonja presented the word kijetesantakalu as an April Fools' Day joke:[64]

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.

October 2009[edit | edit source]

On 1 October, jan Sonja closed the yahoo group and replaced it with the phpBB forum, citing that she wanted to have more direct ability to administrate the community. On the same day, she would replace the previous version of her website with a wiki based one at en.tokipona.org. This new wiki would see the list of official words updated with the deprecation of noka to be replaced with anpa, and the introduction of several new words such as namako, alasa, kipisi, and pu. Notably, kijetesantakalu was not included.

November 2009[edit | edit source]

On 18 November, jan Sonja created Toki Pona merchandise.[65]

December 2009[edit | edit source]

On 1 December, Jonathan Gabel (jan Josan) published the writing system sitelen suwi, later known as sitelen sitelen.[66][67] On 10 December, jan Mato proposed creating a contract in Toki Pona, and realized the idea with jan Josan.[68][69][70] On 16 December, jan Kipo proposed renaming the writing system to sitelen sitelen.[71]

2010[edit | edit source]

January 2010[edit | edit source]

As of 20 January, The Routledge Linguistics Encyclopedia (3rd ed.) by Kirsten Malmkjær mentions Toki Pona in chapter Artificial languages – Recreation on p. 34.[72][73]

Toki Pona is a language exploring the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis, designed to encourage positive thoughts.

March 2010[edit | edit source]

On 13 March, it was requested to check whether the good article (GA) status of Wikipedia's Toki Pona article was in need of reassessment. The reviewer criticized many unreferenced sections, inconsistent citation formatting, overreliance on primary sources and personal websites, and too much unnecessary detail. The assessment was placed on hold to give contributors a chance to improve the article. The only reply was by a self-described major contributor to the article, who said "it doesn't feel particularly GA to me. More fun than encyclopedic".[74][75] On 20 March, the article was delisted from "Language and literature good articles".[74]

As of 21 March, "[a]fter being closed and its database locked some time ago, the Tokipona Wikipedia ha[d] been completely removed."[76][77]

June 2010[edit | edit source]

On 20 June, jan Nikita created a version of the AEI pi toki pona drawing, with the place name Elena being replaced with the then-nonexistent esun.[78]

October 2010[edit | edit source]

On 31 October, jan Mimoku created the r/tokipona subreddit.[79]

2011[edit | edit source]

February 2011[edit | edit source]

On 5 February, the toki pona Facebook group was created.[80]

2012[edit | edit source]

February 2012[edit | edit source]

On 5 February, the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia was nominated for deletion for the third time.[81] Discussion ended on 13 February, and consensus was to keep the article.[81]

May 2012[edit | edit source]

As of 31 May, jan Sonja had asked several people whether they would be willing to take over Toki Pona:[82][83]

I've privately asked a few active people if they would be interested in managing Toki Pona. It's an option I need to consider.

2013[edit | edit source]

March 2013[edit | edit source]

On 10 March, Christopher Huff created the (unofficial) Toki Pona Sign Language.[84][85][86][87]

On 15 March, the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia was nominated for deletion for the fourth time.[88][89] Discussion ended on 23 March; consensus was to keep the article.

July 2013[edit | edit source]

On 12 July, jan Male translated Eliazar Parra Cárdena's toki pona en 76 lecciones ilustradas from Spanish into Esperanto and published it under an Esperanto publishing house with its own ISBN,[90] becoming the first printed textbook of Toki Pona. It was first made available at the Somera Esperanto-Studado (Summer Esperanto Study) 2013, a week-long event that takes place every summer in Martin, Slovakia. jan Sonja wrote a preface praising the relationship between Esperanto and Toki Pona and expressing thanks to jan Male and Eliazar Parra Cárdena. The second edition appeared during the Konferenco pri Aplikoj de Esperanto en Scienco kaj Tekniko (Conference on Applications of Esperanto in Science and Technology) 2014 in Modra, Slovakia.[91][92]

2014[edit | edit source]

March 2014[edit | edit source]

On 5 March, jan Mali published her first "Learn toki pona in a fortnight" video on YouTube.[93]

April–May 2014[edit | edit source]

On 25 April, jan Sonja sought graphic designers for the cover of her book.[94][95] On 25 May, she published Toki Pona: The Language of Good or lipu pu,[96][97] ending the pre-pu era and beginning tenpo pu.

June 2014[edit | edit source]

From 15 to 19 June, Christopher Huff gave a one-hour talk at the Polyglot Gathering in Berlin.[98][99][100]

July 2014[edit | edit source]

On 18 July, Kris Broholm interviewed jan Sonja on a 45-minute episode of Actual Fluency Podcast, "AFP 20 – Sonja Lang: Toki Pona, Conlanging and the meaning of life".[101]

On 20 July, jan Wesi created a sitelen pona font. jan Same later worked on this and created his linja pona font.[102]

December 2014[edit | edit source]

From 11 to 12 December, 17 people tried to learn Toki Pona in 48 hours in an Actual Fluency meetup called TokiPonathon 2014.[103][104][105]

2015[edit | edit source]

January 2015[edit | edit source]

On 1 January, The Guardian published the article "What happened when I tried to learn Toki Pona in 48 hours using memes" by Ellie Violet Bramley, who took part in the 2014 TokiPonathon.[104]

July 2015[edit | edit source]

On 15 July, The Atlantic published the article "How to Say (Almost) Everything in a Hundred-Word Language" by Roc Morin.[106]

On 26 July, a Kindle edition of Toki Pona: The Language of Good became available.[107][108]

September 2015[edit | edit source]

From 26 to 28 September, nine Esperantists from different countries went to Brno for a meetup named Eŭropa Tokipona Studado (kama sona pi toki pona lon ma Elopa; "European Toki Pona Study").

October 2015[edit | edit source]

On 16 October, jan Same made a vectorized version of sitelen sitelen and released the files for free. He also expressed interest in a font and encouraged others to create one.[109][110]

November 2015[edit | edit source]

On 8 November, Helen Zaltzman interviewed jan Sonja in a 20-minute episode of The Allusionist podcast, "Allusionist 25: Toki Pona".[111]

December 2015[edit | edit source]

On 30 December, following jan Same's vectorization, Dutch programmer Olaf Janssen resumed work on a sitelen sitelen renderer[112][113][114]

2016[edit | edit source]

April 2016[edit | edit source]

On 12 April, jan Tomani created the toki pona taso group on Facebook.[115][116]

On 24 April, jan Sonja published a French edition of Toki Pona: The Language of Good under the title Toki Pona: la langue du bien.[117]

May 2016[edit | edit source]

From 25 to 29 May, the second EToSo takes places in Ede, Netherlands.[118]

October 2016[edit | edit source]

From 16 to 17 October, jan Same created and proposed sitelen pona glyphs for the "extinct" words kin, kipisi, leko, monsuta, namako, oko, and pake.[119]

2017[edit | edit source]

February 2017[edit | edit source]

On 23 February, jan Misali published "Conlang Critic Episode Twelve: Toki Pona" on YouTube.[120]

March 2017[edit | edit source]

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On 18 March, jan Same released linja pona version 2. Several new compound glyphs were 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 was slightly modified and new ways of typing a, e, and o were introduced.[121][122]

On 20 March, jan Tomani opened the "toki pona central hub preparation document".[123]

April 2017[edit | edit source]

On 11 April, jan Same released linja pona version 3.[124]

June 2017[edit | edit source]

On 27 June, Sylvain Lumbroso, Jean-Yves Ginchereau, and Marion Vignal interviewed jan Sonja in French on Podcast Quadrivium Radio, Québec Science in an episode "Tout dire avec 120 mots" ("Say it all with 120 words").[125]

July 2017[edit | edit source]

On 18 July, jan Tomani created the tomo pona website (toki pona central hub).[126]

August 2017[edit | edit source]

On 28 August, a request for a new language code ISO 639-3 was submitted for the second time.[127]

September 2017[edit | edit source]

On 1 September, a Toki Pona competition in writing articles on Wikipesija took place on Facebook.[128]

October 2017[edit | edit source]

On 18 October, the toki pona taso group on Facebook changed from public to closed.[129][130][131]

2018[edit | edit source]

January 2018[edit | edit source]

On 23 January, the second ISO 639-3 language code request was rejected.[127]

February 2018[edit | edit source]

On 28 February, the toki pona taso group on Facebook reached 500 members.[132]

March 2018[edit | edit source]

On 23 March, Langfocus published a 13-minute video, "Toki Pona: "The Language of Good"" on YouTube.[133] This interested a great number of people in Toki Pona and in joining the Facebook groups, and the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia reached a peak in viewership.[134]

On 27 March, Oxford Dictionaries Blog published the article "Exploring Toki Pona: do we need more than 120 words?" by Simon Thomas.[135]

May 2018[edit | edit source]

On 15 May, Toki Pona reached 300 speakers on Amikumu.[136]

September 2018[edit | edit source]

On 28 and 29 September, jan Wena gave two Toki Pona crash courses at the polyglot festival LingvaFest in Bratislava.[137][138][139][140]

November 2018[edit | edit source]

On 9 November, seme li sin? created his first Toki Pona news weekly video on YouTube.[141]

2019[edit | edit source]

2019-01-08[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is nominated for a Language and literature good article for the second time.[142]

2019-01-12[edit | edit source]

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".[143][144][145]

2019-01-15[edit | edit source]

tomo pi sitelen pona website by jan Tepu opens up with the first texts using linja pona version 4.[146][147]

2019-01-28[edit | edit source]

sitelen pona lessons from scratch and a dictionary are added by jan Tepu to his website.[146][148][149][150]

2019-04-01[edit | edit source]

kijetesantakalu celebrates 10 years of existence with some mentions on Twitter. April Fool's Day seems to be referred to as tenpo suno kijetensakalu.[151][152]

2019-06-04[edit | edit source]

The Little Red Riding Hood is translated by jan Same. It is available in the Latin alphabet, sitelen sitelen, and sitelen pona.[153]

2019-06-09[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 2,000 members.[154]

2019-06-18[edit | edit source]

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."[155]

2019-06-25[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona sitelen Emoji Keyboard app on Google Play is created by Dev Bali.[156]

2019-06-25[edit | edit source]

The first video of the o kama sona e sitelen pona 13-lesson series (+ Introduction) is published on YouTube by jan Same.[157][158]

2019-06-30[edit | edit source]

Daniele Vacon Sartirani publishes the first of his comic series nasin nasa in sitelen sitelen.[159][160][161]

2019-07-07[edit | edit source]

The r/sitelenEmoji subreddit is created by Dev Bali.[162]

2019-07-12[edit | edit source]

sitelen pona glyphs for apeja and kijetesantakalu are presented by jan Same following a series of polls on Facebook.[163][164][165][166]

2019-07-14[edit | edit source]

The last video of the o kama sona e sitelen pona 13-lesson series is published on YouTube by jan Same.[167][168]

2019-07-16[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona group on Facebook hits 4000 members.[169]

2019-07-20?[edit | edit source]

Toki Pona hits 500 speakers on Amikumu.[170]

2019-07-21[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona Pal app on Google Play hits 5,000+ installs.[171]

2019-07-26[edit | edit source]

C. Ryan Moniz (jan inwin) publishes the nimi ale pona, a "comprehensive resource of toki pona words... [that] include[s] many words that do not appear in...more common lists, based on usage in online communities including forums, Facebook, Discord, and Twitter." One of the largest, if not the largest, Toki Pona dictionaries on the internet, it contains almost 200 words, many of which are "post-pu" and originate from the ma pona pi toki pona Discord server.[172]

2019-08-27[edit | edit source]

The interactive fiction supa lape mi li ike is created by jan Sepulon.[173]

2019-09-03[edit | edit source]

The reviewer of the good article nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is not responding,[174][175][176] so another reviewer takes his place.[177]

2019-09-21[edit | edit source]

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.[178]

2019-09-23[edit | edit source]

The first mention about a two-year-old Toki Pona native speaker appears.[179][180]

2019-09-29[edit | edit source]

A total of eight changes have been approved to the sitelen Emoji script.[181]

2019-09-30[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia has passed good article criteria, becoming a Language and literature good article.[142][182][183] After this, the former reviewer appears with additional comments.[183]

2019-10-04[edit | edit source]

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.[184]

2019-10-13[edit | edit source]

A reviewer has indicated willingness to review the Did you know nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia.[184][185]

2019-10-21[edit | edit source]

The first of the musi nimi word puzzles is published by jan sitelen_ike.[186]

2019-10-28[edit | edit source]

The Did you know nomination of the Toki Pona article on Wikipedia has been approved.[184][187]

2019-11-04[edit | edit source]

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?[142][188] This generates over 9,000 views, compared to about 280–380 views on a regular day.[189][190]

2019-11-05[edit | edit source]

jan Sonja creates the joke words mulapisu (pizza) and yupekosi (to behave like George Lucas and revise your old creative works and actually make them worse) on Discord.[191][192]

2019-11-23[edit | edit source]

A Toki Pona meetup organised by jan Kaje takes place in Dallas, Texas, USA.[193] There are about 11 attendees including jan Sonja. Later, a 6-minute documentary from the event is published by u/marcusbarkus.[194][195]

2019-11-25[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 2,500 members.[196][197]

2019-12-21[edit | edit source]

linja pimeja, a handwritten font for sitelen pona, is created by jan sitelen_ike.[198][199]

2020[edit | edit source]

2020-01-07[edit | edit source]

jan Lili posts a one-page "cheat-sheet" for easily learning the bare basics of Toki Pona.[200][201] Comparisons are made to the lipu lili pona mini-booklet.[202][203]

2020-01-30[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona article on Wikipedia is translated into Slovak and assigned a Good article status on the Slovak Wikipedia version.[204][205][206]

2020-02-01[edit | edit source]

u/marcusbarkus posts a teaser from a Toki Pona documentary he created from interviewing speakers in the Dallas and Fort Worth metropolitan area. The full-length picture will come out at a later date.[207][208][209]

2020-02-17[edit | edit source]

The first 2-year old native speaker of toki pona has apparently produced simple sentences such as mi wawa, mi tawa, mi olin e sina, ni li laso, and ni li loje (pronounced /lon.ɲe/). The first ever unprompted spoken sentence by a native speaker is reportedly ni li palisa, while pointing to an electric pole.[210]

2020-03-19[edit | edit source]

NalathniDragon (Nathan McCoy) creates the sitelen sike script.[211]

2020-04-23[edit | edit source]

akesi seli lili, an independently published book of short stories written in Toki Pona, is published.[212]

2020-04-28[edit | edit source]

u/AcipenserSturio posts the results of a poll showing community opinions on new pu words as well as non-official words created before and after the publication of pu. There are only 86 participants, however, and a larger follow-up poll has been planned.[213]

2020-05-04[edit | edit source]

12 non-pu words are added to the sitelen Emoji script, and several existing words are changed, following a community referendum.[214]

2020-05-18[edit | edit source]

A community poll selects a glyph for the new word "tonsi" (from the Mandarin word for "comrade" and defined as "non-binary," "transgender," and [in broader applications] "any member of the LGBT community.")[215] The next day, jan Same adds the glyph to the linja pona.[216][217]

2020-05-31[edit | edit source]

jan Simejo creates the Toki Pona Keyboard app on Google Play, an app for quickly writing the linja pona font on mobile devices.[218][219]

2020-06-01[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 3,500 members.[220]

2020-06-23[edit | edit source]

jan Simejo starts to build a programming syntax language that solely uses linja pona glyphs.[221]

2020-07-01[edit | edit source]

jan Tomenta creates the sitelen lili script: a shorthand proposal for sitelen pona.[222]

2020-07-05[edit | edit source]

jan Simejo creates the sitelen musi script.[223][224][225]

2020-07-07[edit | edit source]

A Toki Pona course in Lingua Franca Nova (Elefen) emerges.[226][227][228]

2020-07-19[edit | edit source]

jan Telakoman publishes a final version of sitelen pona pona luka 2, a modified, cursive method of drawing sitelen pona hieroglyphs.[229] It evolved from his previously posted sitelen pona pona luka 1, which itself is a modified form of sitelen pona pona, which is itself a modified form of sitelen pona.[230]

2020-07-23[edit | edit source]

Jonathan Gabel expands his sitelen sitelen script guide with two additional lessons.[231][232]

2020-07-25 to 07-26[edit | edit source]

u/ElemenopiTheSequel publishes two major proposals for several new glyphs to be added to the linja pona, including tuli, po, kapesi, kan, and mulapisu.[233] The second post outlines changes to certain glyphs outlined in the first post.[234]

2020-07-30[edit | edit source]

39 new non-pu words are added to the sitelen Emoji script, both pre-pu and post-pu. Many of the new additions are words found in the nimi ale pona dictionary.[235]

2020-08-10[edit | edit source]

u/B13614 creates the sitelen ko script.[236][237]

2020-08-12[edit | edit source]

u/ElemenopiTheSequel creates the r/OffThePu subreddit and Discord Server for the purposes of creating new glyphs for every Toki Pona word in the extended nimi ale dictionary.[238][239][240]

2020-08-21[edit | edit source]

jan Pije retires his Toki Pona website and o kama sona e toki pona! lessons, citing issues in "keeping [the site] up-to-date" and coding problems that made the site difficult to render on mobile devices and desktops alike. An archive of his materials remain available to download via zip-files.[241]

2020-09-03[edit | edit source]

jan Sonja creates the new word kokosila (to speak a non-Toki Pona language in an environment where Toki Pona is more appropriate) on Discord.[242]

2020-09-09[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 4,000 members.[243]

2020-09-28[edit | edit source]

jan Melon publishes a complete UDHR in toki pona, the first such completed translation. It is a synthesis of earlier partial translations by Shawn Kilpatrick and jan Kanso; it also incorporates jan Melon's own work and translations solicited from other Reddit users.[244][245]

2021[edit | edit source]

2021-01-02[edit | edit source]

The idea of a toki pona magazine emerges from a discussion in a post concerning the ISO code for toki pona.[246][247]

2021-01-27[edit | edit source]

The first articles of the lipu kule website/blog/online magazine are published.[248][249] It is created as a split from the original magazine idea developed on Discord.[250]

2021-01-??[edit | edit source]

kule epiku Atawan and kala pona Tonyu submit tu kuntu[251] to a playwriting competition at the ma pona pi toki pona Discord server.[252] With a word count around 7,000 it is assumed to be the longest text originally written in Toki Pona at the time.

2021-02-01[edit | edit source]

The first issue of the lipu tenpo online magazine is issued.[253][254]

2021-02-05[edit | edit source]

Sonja Lang announces that the toki pona Facebook group has adopted a policy against linguistic perscriptivism.[255]

2021-02-07[edit | edit source]

The Toki Pona subreddit r/tokipona hits 5,000 members.[256]

2021-10-13[edit | edit source]

uta monsuta, a horror anthology zine in Toki Pona, is published.[257][258] It is the first publication of the lipu monsuta project.

2021-12-01[edit | edit source]

pu is published in German by jan Juli under the title Toki Pona: Die Sprache des Guten.[259]

2022[edit | edit source]

May 2022[edit | edit source]

On 29 May, jan Tepo publicly posted a link to jan Keta li weka, his translation of Gerda malaperis by Claude Piron.[260][261] With around 15,000 words it was likely the longest text in Toki Pona at this time.

June 2022[edit | edit source]

On 29 June, jan Kala and jan Sonja published jan Sitata, jan Kala's translation of part one of the 1922 novel Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse.[262][263]

August 2022[edit | edit source]

From 8 to 13 August, an Esperanto edition of lipu pu by jan Pensa was sold at the World Esperanto Congress 2022 in Montreal, under the title Tokipono: La lingvo de bono.[264]

October 2022[edit | edit source]

On October 1, a print-on-demand edition of the Esperanto translation of lipu pu was published, making it available in online stores for the first time.[265]

On 9 October, mun monsuta, the second horror anthology zine by lipu monsuta, was published.[266][267]

Year unknown[edit | edit source]

Prior to 2013[edit | edit source]

Michael F published jan lawa lili, a complete translation of Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It was found on his website failbluedot.com,[268] and was added to the corpus at Tokipona.net some time before 2013-01-20.[269] With a word count of 11,780 it is thought to have been the longest text in Toki Pona until 2022.

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