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Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Skilgannon (talk)22:16, 30 August 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

L1ni0 (talk)04:33, 31 August 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Tmservo (talk)05:36, 31 August 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Sheldor (talk)13:27, 31 August 2014
 
 

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

L1ni0 (talk)04:37, 31 August 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Skilgannon (talk)10:42, 31 August 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Chase02:42, 2 September 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

ABC (talk)11:38, 2 September 2014

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

Chase11:34, 3 September 2014
 
 
 

Oh dear: twitter post 1 twitter post 2

SPCS refers, I believe, to Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, as per here.

While I actively encourage people to read my code, understand my code, learn from my code and even use my code (in small portions), what I can't stand is people passing my code off as their own. As much as I appreciate the complements given to DrussGT and my GoTo surfing algorithm, the fact that even the class names remain the same doesn't give me much hope as to their contents.

I don't want to ruin somebody's life over copying code, particularly when dealing with a prestigious opportunity like SPCS seems to be. That being said, I'd really like Linio to be open source, and to be honest I'd prefer if my buffering systems, targeting weights, two-wave goto surfing and precise intersection code was understood and re-implemented, rather than copied. I'm sure those of you who have bots lower in the rankings feel annoyed as well.

AW (talk)12:37, 3 September 2014
 
 
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