Re: ITP : Xsudoku - a sudoku solver, looking for sponsor
Dear Justin Pryzby, you wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 09:21:01PM +0200, Maxime ROBACHE wrote:
> > I wrote a little sudoku solver in C with Xlib, and I debianized it.
> > So, I'm looking for a sponsor to upload it on official repository.
I'm not your sponsor, but you might find it interesting to know that a
colleague of mine wrote a sudoku program about a year ago. He not only wrote a
horribly fast program, but he also proved that all sudoku puzzles are derived
from a fairly limited set of basic forms. His program, as you might expect,
not only *solves* but also *generates* puzzles. That feature might be useful
for those who want to solve these puzzles by themselves.
So, if you're interested: his name is Arnold Meijster, and he can be reached
at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you try to contact him: he's on vacation right now,
and I don't know if he reads his mail while away, but he'll probably be back
in a few weeks.
Frank B. Brokken
Computing Center, University of Groningen
(+31) 50 363 9281
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