Well, today I came up with a new signature, which I think is funnier than the previous one. It goes like this:
"If A is A and A is not not-A, does it imply that B is B and B is not not-B ?"
Flame away! My problem is that I insist that all of my signatures be original. It's not that I don't like many quotes by other people, it's just that I am an individualist. And I also want all my quotes to be funny. And I refuse to use a randomizer. And I want to change it once in a while.
Noise Over IP Project
That's what I decided should be the new name of the IP-Noise project. Just kidding. In any case, we have a fully working IP-Queue/Kernel Mode Arbitrator. It's only show-stopping bug is a division by zero problem, which I'll solve as soon as I meet with Roy again.
Roy and I prepared a list of notes for the final report, and a wish-list (which we are toying with the idea of out-sourcing a subset of it into a next project). Get this: we have to give a final presentation, a final demonstration and hand out a lengthy final report.
The report would probably be in Word. I asked Roy to learn LaTeX, so we can use it in the next project. It's not that I hate Word... It's just that I can't stand using this excuse for a Word-Processor. WordPerfect 5.1/6.0 was very nice IMO, but LaTeX seems nice too. LaTeX has its quirks, but it is by far better than Word.
Oh well, who is John Galt?
I released Freecell Solver 1.10.0 onto the world. Freecell Solver 1.11.0, which is also available, also includes support for Yukon. Yukon has a much bigger number of possible moves so the scan takes longer on average, but it was able to solve all the games I had solved on PySol. There are some cases, where I think it can potentially lose, but I have to pinpoint such one. Which means I'll be playing a lot of Yukon now.
Yukon also tends to generate very long stacks, which only only makes the Indirect Stack States<tm> make sense.