On removing bots worse than SittingDuck

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My thoughts on removing are that we should only remove if:

  • We don't have a .jar in the robocode-archive

or

  • It is broken in new JVM / Robocode versions, and closed source so we can't try to fix, or open source but the fix would be really complicated, or the bot has no historical significance and nobody cares.
Skilgannon (talk)20:13, 7 September 2017

My thoughts on removing are that we should only remove if:

  • We don't have a .jar in the robocode-archive

or

  • It is broken in new JVM / Robocode versions, and closed source so we can't try to fix, or open source but the fix would be really complicated, or the bot has no historical significance and nobody cares.
Beaming (talk)20:32, 7 September 2017
 

My thoughts on removing are that we should only remove if:

  • We don't have a .jar in the robocode-archive

or

  • It is broken in new JVM / Robocode versions, and closed source so we can't try to fix, or open source but the fix would be really complicated, or the bot has no historical significance and nobody cares.
Beaming (talk)20:33, 7 September 2017

My thoughts on removing are that we should only remove if:

  • We don't have a .jar in the robocode-archive

or

  • It is broken in new JVM / Robocode versions, and closed source so we can't try to fix, or open source but the fix would be really complicated, or the bot has no historical significance and nobody cares.
Skilgannon (talk)21:11, 7 September 2017
 
 
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