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Spontaneous Sierpinski Triangle Funcompo

Event Type :
Standalone Compo

Dates :
19 March - 30 April 2016

Competition Results :

C64 Demo
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??Animated Poopinski Triangle Crap by SmasherDownload9.09.8

C64 Graphics
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??Wsierpinski by RudiDownload7.4
??Spritinski Mini Triangle CrapDownload

C64 Basic Demo
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??Basinski by GrahamDownload
??BackwardSkiTenLineSkiCompoTrollSkiBasicZweiNullSki [muchasbyteski] by Mayday!Download
??BackwardSki8LineSkiCompoProllSkiBasicTwoZerowSki [505 bytes] by Mayday!Download
??Sierbasik [57b] by RudiDownload
??Sierbasik2 [45b] by White FlameDownload

Mixed
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??Spontaneous Sierpinski Triangle FTW! by Abyss Connection (Misc.)Download

C64 256b Intro
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??Srpnsk [16b] by KrillDownload9.610.0
??HiReSrpnsk [33 bytes] by KrillDownload
??Hatpinsky [46 bytes] by Monte CarlosDownload
??Slow Sierpinskiplot [76b] by MixerDownload
??Slow Sierpinskiplot [86b] by MixerDownload10.0
??Fast Sierpinski Rotator [253b] by MixerDownload10.010.0
??Sierpico [128b] by LftDownload9.8
??Hatpinski by Monte CarlosDownload
??Hat Sierpinski (first try) by Monte CarlosDownload
??REAL Sierpimini [128b] by SkateDownload9.3
??REAL Sierpinski Triangle Fractal [193b] by VolcanoDownload9.610.0
??Triangles All the Way Down [18b] by LftDownload10.0
??Sir68byteski [68b] by OxyronDownload9.8
??Sir Pimp Ski by OxyronDownload9.8
??Sir Pinski [20b] by KrillDownload
??Sierpinski Triangle [184b] by VolcanoDownload8.9
??Sierpetscii [50b] by LftDownload9.7
??Cheapinski II [51b] by SnabelDownload
??Siermirrorsky [24b] by FreshnessDownload
??But Sieriously [79b] by ChristopherJamDownload
??Triangulate [60b] by enthusiDownload
??CharModeSki [95b] by ChristopherJamDownload
??Cheapinski [98b] by SnabelDownload
??Ninedotski [55b] by ChristopherJamDownload
??Sierpimini [128b] by SkateDownload9.5

Productions released outside compos :
HiReSrpnsk [39b] (256b Intro)
Kaputtski [114b] (256b Intro)
Sier Punski [21b] (256b Intro)
Sieriously Slow Pinskiplot [79b] (256b Intro)
Sierpinski 89b (256b Intro)
Sierpinski 91b (256b Intro)
Sierpinski 97b (256b Intro)
Sierpinski 99b (256b Intro)
Sierplotski (belated) [117b] (256b Intro)
Sierpunski [23b] (256b Intro)
Sierpunyski [26b] (256b Intro)
Zoompinski [512 bytes] (1K Intro)
sieRpinsky fRActal (256b Intro)

Attendants : (16)
Bitbreaker, ChristopherJam, enthusi, Freshness, Graham, Krill, Lft, Mixer, Monte Carlos, Rudi, Skate, Smasher, Snabel, TheRyk, Volcano, White Flame

Releases containing information on this event :
Sierpinski Triangle [196b]  Claimed to be the shortest version. Motivated others to do shorter. ;)


User Comment
Submitted by Krill on 27 April 2016
Hmm, when is the exact deadline? April 30 23:59 UTC? :)

User Comment
Submitted by ZeSmasher on 26 April 2016
#Ze Smasher added Linus in his ignore-list.
:)

User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 26 April 2016
Since the end of april is nigh ... how about a sequel? :D

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 11 April 2016
Finally a compo where the hardcore coders can scuff their teeth. :D

User Comment
Submitted by Mixer on 9 April 2016
Sorry about flooding the compo, but its just that after submitting one version new optimizations were suggested.

User Comment
Submitted by Pex Mahoney Tufvesson on 31 March 2016
BTW. I found a 1995-ish-implementation of the Sierpinski triangle in the demo Xmas Pack by Pajda of Faith Design...
Xmas Pack
...press "H" for the Hangman Preview.

User Comment
Submitted by White Flame on 30 March 2016
Should we split out the BASIC vs ML entries? I did with mine, but am not going to edit others' without discussion.

User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 28 March 2016
@Cruzer: We missed you pal. I feel both lucky & unlucky that you've missed this compo. :D There is still a few days to go though.

User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 28 March 2016
Wasn't even aware of this compo since I'm in coding hiatus, but great to see all the crazy creativity going on!

User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 27 March 2016
REAL Sierpimini [128b]

Admit it guys... Just admit it... :D

User Comment
Submitted by Shine on 25 March 2016
This is one of the reasons why i like this place! Competitions show many times very creative stuff!!! :)

User Comment
Submitted by ZeSmasher on 25 March 2016
http://orig05.deviantart.net/b4e2/f/2013/094/b/d/sierpinski_tri..

User Comment
Submitted by White Flame on 25 March 2016
Thanks, not-quite-BBCode! Anyway, /\ etc.

User Comment
Submitted by ZeSmasher on 24 March 2016
Quote:
http://www.oftenpaper.net/sierpinski.htm[/quote]
nice link, thanks!

User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 24 March 2016
Quote:
CSDb is no compo platform.


Whether it's become so by default or not, custom categories would still be useful for reporting purposes. Still, I can well understand why it would be a pretty low priority.

User Comment
Submitted by Krill on 23 March 2016
http://www.oftenpaper.net/sierpinski.htm

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 23 March 2016
CSDb is no compo platform.

Otherwise it is just a matter of definition. Maybe put smaller ones into the C64 Demo compo category then.

User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 23 March 2016
It's a shame csdb doesn't support multiple compos for an event beyond the usual generic categories, otherwise we could have separate lists above for "single hires Sierpinski Triangle at least 128 pixels wide" vs everything else.

User Comment
Submitted by ZeSmasher on 22 March 2016
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User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 22 March 2016
Ok, ninedotski was silly, but charmodeski's semiserious, albeit coded in the shower and uploaded ten minutes later without any optimisation. Still bending the implicit rules to breaking point, but at least the output is sensible..

User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 22 March 2016
Tee hee :)

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 22 March 2016
I am always astonished how people interpret rules, even if there are none. :D

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 22 March 2016
Thought more about codesize. ;)

User Comment
Submitted by ChristopherJam on 22 March 2016
Did someone say no dimensions?

User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 22 March 2016
Nah, no rules. Just fun. Nothing to win. Try to beat each other in size.

User Comment
Submitted by Bitbreaker on 22 March 2016
What? Rules? I did not see any rules :-D

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 22 March 2016
And what about dimensions? ;) Volcano and Skate employ proper ratio/angles for that figure :D

User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 22 March 2016
What are the rules then? Are participants supposed to follow fractal routine or result is just supposed to look like Sierpiński's pattern? ;)

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 22 March 2016
Nice idea. :-)
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