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Graham Cole
08/24/05 05:14
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Farnborough
Uk


 
#99965 - Public domain....
Responding to: Craig Steiner's previous message
Just a thought, it is possible that some of the challenge results will throw up solutions that are commerically significant, the 32-bit shift might be an example of this.

Of course everybody likes efficient code and I would always like to see Compilers etc being improved.

So, what is the copyright status of challenge entries?

Should it be explicitly stated that entries are the original work of the entrant and when posted are placed in the public domain - thus allowing anybody to make any use of the material that they see fit.

This way, some of our collective efforts may end up widely used.

List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
First challenge done, new challenge up      Craig Steiner      08/13/05 20:05      
   Seems about right to me...      Graham Cole      08/15/05 03:33      
      2 weeks?        Jan Waclawek      08/15/05 03:39      
   re:challenge      Jacob Boyce      08/15/05 09:30      
      "move the data intelligently"      Dan Henry      08/15/05 10:51      
         re:      Jacob Boyce      08/15/05 11:19      
            Overlapping data is part of the challeng      Dan Henry      08/15/05 12:15      
               Yep!      Craig Steiner      08/15/05 12:19      
            Should work      Craig Steiner      08/15/05 12:17      
   And the Winner is...      Maarten Brock      08/19/05 02:11      
      A worthy winner      Graham Cole      08/19/05 08:54      
         Yes      Craig Steiner      08/19/05 11:23      
            one + one      Jan Waclawek      08/20/05 06:27      
         Note taken      Maarten Brock      08/20/05 08:19      
            tradeoff      Jan Waclawek      08/20/05 08:54      
      exec time and size      Jan Waclawek      08/19/05 11:06      
         exec time and size II        Jan Waclawek      08/20/05 09:01      
   Public domain....      Graham Cole      08/24/05 05:14      
      Open source?      José Félix Díaz Ivorra      08/24/05 08:24      

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