THE LIST: Members of Lla Societad dill Bethisad

Membership is based on willingness to play amicably in Andrew's Sandbox - Ill Bethisad - an imaginary world akin to the primary world. Members need only the desire to take up a region of the world and populate it with their own constructed cultures and languages, taking into account the general outline of history as it stands and working within the principal of w gegraphotai gegraphotai / quod scripsi scripsi. While Andrew Smith's Brithenig language and the country it lives in are a bit older, dating back to the early to mid 1990s, Ill Bethisad (or the Brithenig Project as it was known early on) as a communal project really got going in late 1997 and early 1998.

Members are required to pay a £6/-/- annual fee, wear ceremonial robes and tricorn hats to all official functions and must above all else bring their imaginations to bear in the project. The Annual Semiannual Tertuil lla Societad, or Society Dinner is held quarterly. Nonpayment of Membership Dues will result in the hiring of a Helvetian chef yet again. This is a threat!

The List is arranged chronologically. If there's an obvious discrepancy and you'd care to let me know, I'll rearrange. The typical information found in any given entry is the Member's name, Brithenig pseudonym if applicable, pertinent honorifics, in brackets []: activity status, month and year of membership, activity on the Sessiwn, conlang in italics, chief territory of interest in boldface, default territories or cooperative territories (in regular typeface), and finally any other area of particular interest such as mapmaking or detailing of technological aspects of life.

Many Members are quite active conlangers and conculturists outside of IB; with a couple especial exceptions, only their IB related interests are noted here.

A denotes "active Member";
C denotes "candidate Member" -- someone who seems likely to hang around as a positive contributor to the project, who after a time will be made a regular Member;
D indicates Defender of Ill Bethisad, member of the Antispam League.
H indicates an honorary member, a status granted for certain special circumstances, like the anti-spam warriors on the old wiki;
I denotes "inactive Member", i.e., someone who might still maintain an IB related conlang or conculture page but does not actively participate in day to day discussions;
O denotes "occasional contributor", i.e., someone who offered a single idea or helped with a couple areas and then withdrew from activity; also someone who pops in occasionally
R denotes "retired Member", i.e., one who has more or less permanently withdrawn from the project;
S indicates member of the reconstituted Sessiwn;
W indicates a Member whose activity is only or primarily on the Wiki


THE LIST

1. Andrew Smith (Andrew Ffereir), Ilum. Emer. [I, X-97(96)/S, D]: originator of Ill Bethisad and Magister Emeritus, originator and overseer of the Sessiwn New: Brithenig; Rheon Kemr
2. Ray Brown (Rhaifun Bryn) [R, XI-97(96)]: Indispensible Linguistic Counsellor Emeritus, Briefscript
3. John Cowan (Iewan Llewan), D.Om., Ilum. Emer. [R, (III-98(96)), V-05/S]: Indispensible Cultural, Historical and Political Counsellor Emeritus; Piat; Piatland
3a. Martin Bertagnon [R]: interested bystander
4. Padraic Brown (Padrig Bryn), Ilum. [I, X-97/S]: Kerno; Brehonecq, Angli; general overseer; numismatics; religions
5. Peter C. Skye (Pedr Skye) [R, X-97]: Kemran New; Kemr New
6. John Schilke (Jowan Sellches) [R, XI-97]: early correspondant
7. Xénia Élodie Coutière (n.d.p. Frank George Váloczy (Ffrencisc Geory Valoczy)) [R, IV-98]: Brzoneg (lost), Dalmatika; Dalmatia; Austria, Hungary, Greece, Balkans and Dalmatian Africa; Tesla technologies, railroads and military technology, Flags of Ill Bethisad
8. Sally Caves (Sarra la Cawurn) [R, IV-98/S]: fan of Kemr and Brithenig in general and all things Dumnonian; Asker of Questions.
9. Geoff Eddy (Jeuffroy Eddy) [R, IV-98]: Breathanach; Scotland, easternmost Ulladh (Ulster) (*11)
10. Dave Joll (David Giol) [R(O), VII-98]: philately, numismatics
11. Douglas Mosier [R, X-98]: fan of the Brithenig language
12. Dan Jones (Deiniol ffeil Ioan) [R, III-00/S, D]: Arvorec; An Ynysaw hArvorec (Channel Islands), Aevanick Isles (Falklands); Helvetia
13. Damon Lord (Dafon y Ddon) [R, IV-00/S]: Wessisc; Isle of Wight
14. Jörg Rheimeier (Geory Rhimaer) [R, (VIII-00) IIII-05/S]: (formerly Nur-Ellen in eastern Kemr)
15. Barry García [R, III-01]: Montreiano; Montrei and Alta California; Pacific Rim
16. Christophe "Maggelity" Grandsire [R, III-01/S]: Narbonósc; France (apart from Brittany), Saugeais, Batavian Kingdom, the Low Countries
17. Daniel Andréasson [R, III-01]: Seimi
18. Steg Belsky [I, III-01]: Judaica; Mueva Sefarad and the Middle East
19. Marc Pasquin [I, IV-01]: Laurentien; Nouvelle Francie; Australasia (Commonwealth of Nations); Hayti, Dominica; France (apart from Brittany), Saugeais; Master of Propaganda, Artificer of Fantastic Images, Flags & Heraldry
20. Carlos Thompson [R, V-01]: all South America; IB Factbook
21. Keith Gaughan (Cuid Gaftheachain or Cíat Ó Gaibhtheachaín in the A.E.) [I, V-01/S]: Ireland; Irish Territories in Australasia, Montserrat; computer technology
22. Wayne Chevrier [R, IX-01]: Peoples Ecotopic Republic of Oregon, Soviet Republic of Alaska
23. Joe Hill [R, XI-02]: Lessinu; Nauru in the south seas, China, Thuringia (HRE), Chuktotka, England; creator of the the Original though Now Defunct IB Wiki
24. Jan van Steenbergen (Jan I), Ilum. [I, XI-02/S, D]: Wenedyk, Hattic, Vozgian; Republic of the Two Crowns, Russia, Batavian Kingdom; Overseer of all Eastern Europe, Holy Roman Empire; Relay Master
25. Benct P. Jonsson (Bendith Lloan or Benjedjec Ivanjec) [I, XI-02]: Hungary, Silvania, India; Romanisation of Asian Languages
26. Jan Havliš (Jan II) [R, XI-02]: Nassian, Bohemian; Nassland, Kingdom of Bohemia
27. Kristian Jensen [I, XI-02/D]: Scandinavian Realm; Philippines, Holy Roman Empire; matters colonial, historical & scientific
28. Roger Mills [R, XI-02]: Indonesia
29. Daniel "le Francais" Hicken, Ilum. [A, XII-02]: Louisianne, Deseret; Hayti, Dominica; France (apart from Brittany), Saugeais; religion (esp. Mormonism)
30. Christian Thalmann [I, XII-02]: Jovian; High Kingdom of Jervaine; Holy Roman Empire
31. Pavel Iosad [R, I-03/S]: Manoeg; Isle of Man, Belarus
32. Hanuman Czhang [R, II-03], Doc. Musicae in Extremis: Canton, China; matters musical, whimsical and farcical [Keep him away from the drums if you don't have an aspirin handy!]
33. Tristan McLeay [R(O), VIII-03]: Feytish; Schlesswig-Holstein, Holy Roman Empire
34. Anthony Rodlox [I, VIII-03]: Afghanopakistan, Scythia
35. Nikhil Sinha [R(O), IX-03]: India
36. Jesse Bangs [R, X-03]: Nea Illenicia (in South America)
37. J. Santeri Junttila (Jan III) [R, II-04]: Curonia (Cursish ethnic group of southern Kingdom of Finland)
38. Christina Taylor (n.d.p. Nik Taylor) [A, IV-04/D]: Empire of Japan, Florida
39. Don Luigi Decameron [R, V-04]: Republic of Lombardy, Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
40. Jefferson Wilson [I, VI-04]: Malta
41. Wesley Parish [R, I-05]: alt-fictional Maori-Portuguese Creole; "Portuguese Aotearoa" -- an IB historical what-if
42. Luk Mees (aka Renier I van Brabant) [R(O), II-05]: Batavian Kingdom in the Low Countries
43. Piedro Aillard [H, R, I-05/D]: honorary member
44. Muke Tever [H, II-05]: Wikimeister
45. Habarakhe Theophilus [I, II-05/S]: Lybia
46. Ronald Kyrmse [A, IIII-05]: Xliponian, Kingdom of Sleponia (Xliponia); Lusoamerican Union
47. General Kim Tiu [I(O), VIIJ-05]: military affairs, uniforms, insignia
48. Augustinas Žemaitis (Abdul "Lietuvos" Aziz) [I, VIIJ-05 W]: Lithuania; Campio Wikiensis
49. Dr. David Zahir "the Blue" [I, IX-05]: NAL-SLC; XX and XXI century popular culture; NAL military affairs. First promulgated Dr. Zahar's Cultural Questionnaire
50. Jack "The Banisher" Erskine [H, R, XI-05]: spammophage
51. Felix Gelman (Lord Ziba) [R, XI-05]: military matters
52. Justin C. Canon [H, R, XI-05]: Contributed the idea of Castaways in the Antarctic Ocean
53. Richard Lisker [R, I, XII-05]: Romanian Federation
54. Llywelyn "Sikulu" Jones [R, XII-05 W]: Asker of Questions, Speirer o Inquiries; Pop Culture Maven
55. Duane Runa Mysteriades [R, XII-05 W]: the Felipese of Tejas and Mejico
56. Quentin "Ipsissimus" Smith [R, II-06]: Many and Varied his Talents, Wanderer, Maker in Tangents!
57. Follow by White Rabbit [R, I-06 W]: media in the RTC, extraterrestrial phenomena
58. Pedro Moderno [A, III-06 W]: the Middle East
59. Javier "Guru" the Chilean [R, III-06 W]: ideas for Stalin
60. Piotr Konieczny [R, O, III-06 W]: the RTC
61. "Sectori" [R, V-06 W]: Elbian
62. Seth Parsons [R, XII-05]: Republica Conchesa, Grand Fenwick
63. Colin Richardson [R, I, II-07]: Papua
64. Peter Ara Guekguezian [R, I, III-07]: Cilicia
65. Michael O'Shaughnessy [R, O, III-07]: Celto-Moorish Islam (with Elemtilas)
65a. Schlock Junkie [R, O, VIJ-07]: 19th century European history
66. Ben Karnell (Bengiamin a Cornouaille) [A, VIIIJ-07]: Henua, Tokelau, Ouisconsin
67. Phil Hahn, aka "Listmeister" [R, XII-07]: Aquashinuonigy
68. Hugo Reedgillibrand [R, O, IIIJ-08]: Istria
69. Ioannis Leganopolous, "Mister Konstantinos Xeight" [I, V-08]: all things Greece
70. Geof Turner [R, VI-08]: Daitsch, Emisc, Hanover
71. Geoff Horswood [I, VI-08]: Tejas; Turkestan, Uyguristan, InterTurkic, Sogdo script
72. Smallfry [R, O, VIII-08]: Aviation
73. Rev. Ezekiel Hcarfn Fordsmender [R, O, XII-08]: Jacobia counties
74. Thomash K "Mohatma" [R, O, I-09]: Ruthenians
75. Rev. Charlie Brickner [A, I-09]: Mount Athos
76. John Pfeiffer [R, IIJ-09 upon the New Year]: Tejas
77. Calvin Case (Kalfinus Astyd), the Rejuvenator [A, VIJ-15]: All Things of Interest