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- Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:00 pm
- Forum: Bugs
- Topic: Probelm retrieving the game data
- Replies: 1
- Views: 23784
For the past few days I'm getting "problem retrieving the game data" every time I try to use Josekipedia. It doesn't always happen on the first move I input, but after 2 or 3 moves it will happen, and it makes it impossible to use Josekipedia.
- Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:59 pm
- Forum: Suggestions
- Topic: Classification of Plays: Ideal, Good,...
- Replies: 6
- Views: 44372
I don't know that adding new semantic classifications for this is really that useful, personnally. Joseki, I.E. "locally equitable" or "locally ideal" sequences, cannot be seen as context independent in the first place, and then the choice of a non-joseki variation is always goin...
The main advantage of this feature isn't even avoiding duplicated effort but in making sure there aren't duplicates of a position having different sets of follow up moves and being seen by different eyes. Also, someone who's an expert on a certain position shouldn't have to hunt around for every exa...
I'll cast my vote for getting this out soon. And regarding the questions, I think it's sensible to include them, marked as such. Also, I think the best way to implement this is as revision controlled sgf using a git repo. That way users can have the full revision history, and there could even be a p...
- Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:39 pm
- Forum: Help
- Topic: Why is it that my reading kyu is much lower than my rank?
- Replies: 1
- Views: 30257
If I had to guess, I would say that goproblems.com ranks are on average way stronger than their KGS counterparts, but the ranking of the problems tends to be very innaccurate, so Don't take the ranks too seriously. And, yes, at your level you should improve very quickly by solving tons of go problems.
The offline SGF files contain all the variations, and they come in a nice archive. The real issue is finding a good problem drilling program that can load the SGF files. For windows, there are probably all kinds, but for linux, I know of Gquiz, Uligo, and GoGrinder. I don't know if any of them can c...