Someone once said that poetry is the only art where more people produce it than consume it. I think conlanging is similar. You post a marvelously detailed conworld on the internet, a few people say it looks neat, and then it falls off the radar. How disappointing. So, I am proposing to solve that. I will be done with school shortly, and when I am, I will dedicate several hours to learning people's conlangs.
Here's what you get: I will learn your conlang at least to the level of being able to have a conversation with you on any topic of your choosing (but with some warning of what the conversation will be about) in the venue of your choice (instant messenger, IRC, Skype, a thread on this board, etc.), until both of us have exhausted our ability or desire to converse any further. If you like, I can even roleplay a member of your conculture or play D&D with your in your conlang. Having me learn your conlang will not only be fun (and hopefully an ego-boost), but will also make it possible for me to give you feedback on your language that would be impossible for a casual observer, or even you the creator.
I will probably only have time to do this for one language, though. Post in this thread if you are interested. I will pick the conlang that looks most interesting and complete in the next few days.
EDIT: your conlang does need to have a more or less complete grammar and several hundred words for this to work, but other than that any and all conlangs are welcome. I will make a list of everyone who is interested tomorrow and we'll see what's available. Also, if your conlang is extremely difficult, I reserve the right to establish a time limit for the learning process, and then go from there with whatever I've managed to learn in that time.
List of possible candidates so far:
Xhaimeran If I can get online materials in English
We are doing Inyauk.http://www.scribd.com/doc/53089619/Lessons0-2