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[gnugo-devel] KGS Tournament Registration


From: David G Doshay
Subject: [gnugo-devel] KGS Tournament Registration
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2005 14:41:56 -0700

We wish to register SlugGo in the formal division.
Charlie has been putting SlugGo up for play on KGS, so while I believe that this is the official registered name on KGS, I am not possitive.

I have the permission of the GNU Go folks, who will not be entering in the formal division.
All other developers are past or present members of the SlugGo team.

The full list of SlugGo developers is:

David G Doshay
Charlie McDowell
Brian Chavez
Kai Wang
Will Zhang
Harry Wang
Phil Curry
and the GNU Go development team for the embedded GNU Go engine

Contact should be through me, David Doshay at either address@hidden or address@hidden

Here are some emails verifying the permission of the GNU Go dev team:

On 4, Jun 2005, at 6:28 AM, Gunnar Farneb├Ąck wrote:

David wrote:
The tournament is this weekend. It looks like the consensus
is that it is fine less than half the time. Can I assume that it
is fine this time? If so I will register.

I was planning to register GNU if nobody else showed an interest but I
won't be able to watch much of the tournament anyway, so it's fine
with me to let SlugGo play.

/Gunnar

On 4, Jun 2005, at 4:34 AM, Paul Pogonyshev wrote:

David G Doshay wrote:
The tournament is this weekend. It looks like the consensus
is that it is fine less than half the time. Can I assume that it
is fine this time? If so I will register.

Fine with me.  Absolutely no changes in GNU Go lately, anyway.

On 11, May 2005, at 9:30 AM, Arend Bayer wrote:

Nick Wedd has stated that programs derived from GNU Go,
including SlugGo and Evan's GoFigure cannot play in the
same tournament as GNU Go on KGS.

Would we be willing to take a bye in a future tournament
so that SlugGo could play?

This would be fine by me.
...

Arend



Cheers,
David





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