[Computer-go] checking out

Don Dailey dailey.don at gmail.com
Mon Sep 30 05:28:37 PDT 2013

I appreciate the praise!


On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 8:25 AM, Janzert <janzert at janzert.com> wrote:

> Don,
> Thank you for all your contributions to the game programming community
> (including Arimaa, Chess and Go in my personal experience). Best of luck
> with Komodo, you've already made great progress with it.
> Janzert
> On 9/29/2013 8:49 AM, Don Dailey wrote:
>> I've had some great fun with computer go but I'm stepping out of it now
>> due to health problems and in order to focus on more important things
>> if/while I still have a little time.
>> Joshua Shriver is taking over CGOS duties,  and is getting a new cgos
>> server up and running - and I will give him temporary support  if/when I
>> can if needed,  but he is a pretty capable system administrator so it
>> should go relatively smoothly.
>> If I can I'll check in from time to time.   Right now I'm focusing on
>> computer chess and hoping to have the strongest program in the world -
>> Komodo is very close and it's a fight for the top 3.
>> I had dreams of competing also for the strongest go engine but there are
>> only so many hours in a day and so much energy to go around - and I am
>> much more handicapped (no pun intended) in GO as my knowledge of the
>> game is beginner level but in chess I'm a relatively competent
>> tournament player - or at least I used to be.    So chess was a better
>> fit for me.
>> I'll update the archives.   We may want to store the games elsewhere as
>> I don't know if Dave is willing to store this data on his server - it's
>> a lot of data.
>> Don
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