Hello, sorry for a long term of sabotage. :-) Are you guys still interested in FF? Here are my suggestion for PI in FF. I will post my suggestion forMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 14, 1999View SourceHello, sorry for a long term of sabotage. :-)
Are you guys still interested in FF?
Here are my suggestion for PI in FF.
I will post my suggestion for the OT property in the next
mail since it is very long.
<< CURRENT SPECS >>
"US" ... person who records the game moves (also: US)
*** SUGGESTION ***
Person who records the game moves and person who input the game data into
an SGF file should be distinguished. Although they are quite common in
amateur games, usually they are different in pro games. "US", standing for
USER, can be anyone who may not be involved in the game recording. I suggest
we use 'RK' (Record keeper) for person who records the game moves, and
'US' (User) for person who convert the moves into a computer data file (SGF).
In pro games, RK is always a young pro and US can be anyone who input
the game into SGF or any other formats. In this case, at least we know
who to quote for when we find a mistake in the game record.
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... Looks like a good idea. ... Well, looking at it again, it seems you re right :o) I tried to squeeze extended time into the overtime values. I guess IMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 18, 1999View Source
> From: Shigeru Mabuchi <mab@...>Looks like a good idea.
> Property: PI
> 'RK' (Record keeper) for person who records the game moves, and
> 'US' (User) for person who convert the moves into a computer data file
> Property: OTWell, looking at it again, it seems you're right :o)
> (1) "OG" is confusing.
> I guess Arno has messed up "Overtime" and "Extended Time".
I tried to squeeze extended time into the overtime values.
I guess I failed. Your suggestion about XL/XN looks reasonable.
On a side note, I suggest that the default granularity for TG be set
to 0 (zero). Zero granularity means no granularity at all. This is
basically what every (analog) tournament clock does - just adding up
Could you tell us about the current state of affairs with the Nihon Kiin?