To prevent his web server
suffering from data hunger, Michael Hanig has kindly accepted to
run the Next Generation (R) of the popular Eternal Competition.
He also hosts special competitions with non-standard option sets.
Browse to the competitions or submit programs to the Alternate Competition.
Want to join the Eternal World Cup? Submit your program to the World Cup then. As soon as Michael's server has time, it'll be thrown in.
Originally started for the "Fönster mot Europa" event in Stockholm, the Classic Competition was carried on afterwards. It developed to be THE international RoboCom competition with over 500 uploads from all over the world. The Classic Competition is no longer open. If you want to submit new programs, you will probably prefer to submit them into the "World Cup" instead. .
Using the fast RoboTour
interpreter, Martin Trautmann has set up a server to simulate an "eternal"
competition. The aim: to let every program ever submitted to the Classic Competition play against ALL other programs.
It is obvious, that this requires millions of simulations.
Here it is: the Eternal Competition! Over four billion simulation cycles have been executed!