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From: Terje Kristensen
August 15, 2002 03:56
Message ID: email@example.com
One big difference is that in the minigolf, we dont submit solutions, just the score. in this way you dont need a ref to check solutions, and the person who holds the contest can also play.
we use the same testscript, so there you have some re-use of code.
What we could use is a automated leaderboard with a submit function, and i will create one in the not too distant future, but since the fuctionality is quite different, i dont think it's any point in using the pgas.
----- Original Message -----
From: Adam Spiers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 11:31:46 +0100
Subject: Re: minigolf
Re: Terje Kristensen (email@example.com) wrote:
Re: > It's been over a week since the TPR04c ended now, so i think it's time for another minigolf. :)
Re: > This time it's a joint effort by myself and Mtve.
Re: > http://terje.dev.webon.net/golf/
Re: Every time I see these mini-golfs come up I think what a crying shame
Re: it is that they don't use the same beautiful system that the TPR golfs
Re: use. Not only do they miss out on all the nice submission mechanism
Re: and automated leaderboard features, but it means that we end up with a
Re: myriad of completed mini-golfs scattered around the web rather than
Re: all easily accessible in one place for convenient study.
Re: Code re-use (in the most literal sense) is good! Would it be a hard
Re: task to open up the sourceforge system for more general use?
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