The results of the second round of the full contest are now available. You can watch the replays of all the games on PuntTV.
A total of 60 teams took part in the second round. The following maps were used with a selection of extension combinations always including futures.
- junction (futures+splurges, futures+options)
- gothenburg (futures+options)
- nara (futures)
- tube (futures+splurges, futures+splurges+options)
For each of the 6 map and extension combinations, we assigned groups of 16 teams (each group playing 16 times in order to allow every team to play in every position).
|All your lambda are belong to us||86||6727070|
|A Storm Of Minds||85||4495018|
|The $ound of .\||72||1778739|
|The Blind Hen||61||4028370|
|Popes who died violently||60||1529801|
|Lambding Snakes vs Coding Monkeys||59||1477094|
|Love and Lies||56||1036131|
|O Caml, My Caml||44||90952|
|Eger a Marson||41||1841227|
|DONT TOUCH MY LAMBDAS||38||1384310|
|Sirius Cybernetics Corporation||27||779609|
The median number of points is 50. Any team with fewer points is now eliminated.
The results of round 3, including the winners, will be announced at ICFP on Tuesday.
Patched punter contest (unofficial)
A number of teams have asked for more details on why their punters have been failing. In some cases this has helped them to identify small patches to make them work with our test framework. Examples of such patches include the word “Maybe” and the line “fflush(stdout);”.
Some teams have asked if we can try out their patched punters. If you can provide us with a small patch and build instructions that we can follow easily then we will be happy to run your patched punters in a special round in which we will also pit them against the eventual winners of the full contest. As we are quite busy just now, the actual evaluation may happen after the ICFP conference.post-contest