ds2 at physik.de
Fri May 22 10:46:14 PDT 2015
it was up for about 3 weeks now for 9x9, 19x19 and 25x25 (with a gnugo
anchor running all the time on every boardsize), with very few short
breaks (I had to reboot my system due to using a MIDI keyboard:) I am
not sure, if the bots reconnected automatically, or if the authors
reconnected the manually, maybe somebody has a feed back on this.
Not too many bots connected, but 13x13 on cgos.boardspace.net is quite
I wonder, if it would help to put it up once a week or so, with
announcement, and take it down again, if the number of bots falls below
5 or so?
Maybe this would bring more bots connect at the same time?!
I do not have the resource (and do not want to spend the energy costs)
to keep a number of strong open source bots up, so bots from 900 to
2700ELO could use cgos with some sense.
Am 02.05.2015 um 18:18 schrieb Detlef Schmicker:
> 8084 for 25x25 with GnuGo 3.8 as ELO 1800 anachor is up for a while
> now :)
> 9x9 too, (13x13 I will not set up, original cgos is running fine on
> Am 02.05.2015 um 07:21 schrieb Detlef Schmicker:
>> I set up a CGOS server at home. It is connected via dyndns, which is
>> not optimal of cause :(
>> 8080 (webinterface)
>> 8083 (19x19, GnuGo 3.8 set to ELO 1800 as anachor)
>> This is mainly for testing, if I get CGOS up correctly, what to do to
>> have it permanently running still to be seen.
>> I am not able to test the connection from the outside, hopefully I
>> set up everything correctly.
>> I might stop the server for the tournament on sunday, as it is the
>> same machine....
>> future plan is:
>> 8081 for 9x9 8082 for 13x13 and 8084 for 25x25.
>> (you will see on the web interface, as soon as the other boardsizes
>> are switched on.
>> Computer-go mailing list
>> Computer-go at computer-go.org
> Computer-go mailing list
> Computer-go at computer-go.org
More information about the Computer-go