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Re: [Bug-gnubg] A few requests

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] A few requests
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 23:18:57 +0200

On 7/25/06, Albert Silver <address@hidden> wrote:
I had a few requests that I believe would also be supported by many users,
hopefully you guys as well. :-)

I also don't believe they would be too hard to implement:

1) Allow users to see the Snowie grade with a decimal point. The Snowie
grade system is still a standard followed by many, even those GNU users who
used to be Snowie users, but as is well-known, it is divided and classified
according to the integer and first decimal point. Ex: 4.4 is the upper
threshold for a World Class rating.

Easy and a good idea. I'll try to remember it next time I look at the code.
2) Add two values to the Player Records: Again, these are values that are
widely used and would be much appreciated by many many users. IMHO. The
Snowie Grade, and the FIBS rating evaluation.

The player records are obsolete as soon as somebody generate a
standard output of the sql database. The database have all the data
required for calculating the snowie and I suppose fibs ratings.

3) Provide support for the PartyGammon .GAM format. I realize it is expected
to evolve and/or change, but who can say when that will be, and in the
meantime I'm sure this would be really appreciated by any who play there.

I found a python script on achim's site. If it works it could be
incorporated in to the gnubg code.


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