[09:36] <desp> OMG
[09:36] <desp> All this time I was calculating the Earth gravitational force using the Earth radius instead of Earth mass.
[09:37] <roconnor> doh
[09:37] <roconnor> you are as bad as nasa
[09:37] <desp> Solved 100* and 200* with it, too.
[09:37] <roconnor> :P
[08:46] <rehges> my vis part of the VM for elmo never was quite right :-(
[08:46] <Taejo_> rehges: elmo?
[08:47] <canvisar4> endo
[08:47] <rehges> endo, yeah :-)
[08:47] <Taejo_> oh, right
[08:47] <rehges> i had lots of fun reverse engineering that binary though
[08:47] <rehges> continued on it for weeks after the contest ended :-)
[08:47] <Taejo_> but the issue most teams had with endo's vm speed was a data structures one (in spite of the spec explicitly warning about data structure asymptotics)
[08:48] <rehges> i didn't use a finger tree, just bare arrays
[08:48] <bartwe> i guess several teams, including myself, must have reinvented the rope datastructure :)
[08:48] <bartwe> i never got very far with endo
[08:49] <bartwe> well, i got lots of data out of it, but no real prefixes
[08:49] <rehges> well, it's much easier to do a "low-end version" of the rope, that works just as well for this case
[08:49] <bartwe> umix was so much more fun
[08:49] <rehges> oh yes
[08:49] <rehges> i tried that again some months ago
[08:49] <marcog> both umix and endo years were really great
[08:49] <rehges> yah
[04:30] <Ymgve> will there be a scoreboard?
[04:31] <kmatlage> depends how much you're tipping
[04:31] <Ymgve> I'm european, I don't believe in tipping.
[04:32] <popiel> I'll tip my hat...
[04:32] <a1k0n> do they tip cows in kentucky?