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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Suggestion list from IT bg forum

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Suggestion list from IT bg forum
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 09:53:59 +0100

On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 10:44 AM, Massimiliano Maini
<address@hidden> wrote:
> 1. Translation (well this one is not coming from the top notch players :) ).
> I asked if anyone can volunteer, if nobody jumps in, I may have a look.

The Italian translation is done, except for recent changes.

> 2. GnuBG playing with configurable human style.
> Already known idea, I found it very interesting and a unique with respect to
> other software (Snowie, BGBlitz). Quoting Chris Bray, typical profiles could
> be:

Cubes could be done fairly easy, moves are move difficult. Not a
priority for me.

> 3. Analysis returns all moves with -1.000 equity if after the opponent has a
> D/P.

A good idea. I'll see what needs to be done.

> 4. End game feature.
> Well, this is already implemented, good. If I'm not wrong, it plays 0-ply
> cubeless, right ?
> Any chance to make that configurable ? Personally I don't think it is
> necessary.

It has been suggested to have a kind of "watch me" feature, where you
could follow what is done. That would imply 2ply too.

> 5. Auto start analysis at match end.
> Self explanatory. I'm against, not all our users want this. Better would be
> to have an "end game dialog"

Perhaps. Not essential though.

> 6. Auto-add analyzed match to relational dB.
> Self explanatory again. Could be a checkbox in the "end match dialog".

A good idea, regardless.

> 7. Auto-rollout errors above a given threshold.
> It seems Snowie has this feature: you analyze a match/session 2ply and you
> can require

Perhaps we can hear from the snowie users among us if they actually
use this functionality.  For the mortal among us, including me,
rolling out my every blunder and overlooked move seems useless.
Marking, and postponing seems a much better solution to me.

> 8. Auto export errors.
> After a match/session ahs been analyzed, it is handy to have all the errors
> (above a given

A good idea I believe. Should be in some kind of dialog though.


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