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Re: [Savannah-register-public] Re: [task #3657] Submission of North Nort
Re: [Savannah-register-public] Re: [task #3657] Submission of North North West non-polynomial
Sat, 29 Jan 2005 07:37:40 +0100
You didn't read what I wrote.
I told you we needed the source code to catch legal issues.
We do not care about what a submitted project is about. It is out of
one's competence to rate all projects; we do not pretend to decide
what projects are good enough to deserve hosting at Savannah. Instead,
we accept any free GPL-compatible software with no proprietary
On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 11:23:09PM +0100, Ed van der Meulen wrote:
> At 27-1-2005 15:49 +0000, you wrote:
> >Follow-up Comment #15, task #3657 (project administration):
> >I did read your posts. But when there is a language barrier, confirmation
> >essential. Hence why I tried to recap.
> It was also very strange you asked for the source code. Professional is to
> do first information analyzes.
> And that is very necessary in an organization. When the organization is not
> well. The automation will go wrong.
> So also we think before we will code. We do early tryouts, And that phase
> of info anal. is extremely important then because it's cheap and critical
> as well.
> Our members do info analyzes, which means assembling all information we can
> get. Working in versions for wide to narrow and wide and again narrow. From
> uncertainties to know more.
> We can only start with some general idea. And each day we can know more.
> That is also Factual thinking. Aimed to results. And the mother project NNW
> has already been recognized by people like Kurzweil as a strong AI project.
> We also see the dangers of it. And that NNW project is also a big one. And
> now we are in the extending phase. We have already much influence.
> I am sending debate emails to the big universities of the USA. We also
> promote a New Era for the world population. And that on beta grounds,
> coming form papers from famous scientists that the establishment didn't
> like. We know all the sciences will change as well. So we have enough to do.
> I email also with people like Wolfram and Chaitin and then about
> mathematics. I send also emails to
> http://members.fortunecity.com/kokhuitan/problem21th.html and that's TKH
> with also a a real name, he often likes to hide. My emails tell about
> mathematics of the 21-st century. And I put them on the sites for every one
> to see as well.
> This is a paper about us
> So with us all is well