[rfk-dev] Re: New RFK port

Peter A. H. Peterson pedro at tastytronic.net
Sun Jan 22 14:00:17 PST 2006


I know!

robotfindskitten is incredibly addictive -- it's a simulation, a
drug, and a religion all in one!

You should sign up for the rfk-dev mailing list. 

Meanwhile, I will add your port to the repository. What would you like
for your information to appear here:


That is, what nickname or name would you like to go by and do you have
a website or email link that should be listed?

Finally, do you have a copy of the sourcecode? We like to include the
sourcecode for all ports if possible.

Thanks and welcome to the club!


Quoting Harry J Mason:
> I love robotfindskitten probably far more than is healthy. This is the second
> port I've made; the first was a Perl/ncurses version which will be deprecated
> by the recent new POSIX version. This is rather more interesting: a Web based
> version in Perl/CGI, with no JavaScript. Try it in Mozilla/Firefox/IE/elinks!
> Let me know what you think or if you find bugs. Do you think it's cheating to
> highlight visited NKIs? Incidentally there are no cookies or state; race your
> friends at the same game if that isn't against the spirit of Zen Simulations.
> http://fluffy.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~hjm200/
> -- 
> |  Harry Mason  | .------------. |    .___,    |"Whatever you do will be |
> | University of | |  hjm200 @  | | ___('v')___ | insignificant. However, |
> |  Southampton  | | zepler.net | | `"-\._./-"' | it is vitally important |
> |    England    | '------------' | hjm ^ ^     | that you do it." Gandhi |

Peter A. H. Peterson, technician and musician.
 ---=[ http://tastytronic.net/~pedro/ ]=--- 

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