Help restoring the archive of CWT.

CWT is a yearly hosted Intermediate tournament. It's considered the most prestigious of its kind and has money prizes involved.
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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by kukumber » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:12 pm

Yeah, works for me either.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by kukumber » Sun Feb 24, 2013 6:17 am

It dropped me out by now, not sure if 3 months have passed yet. :lol:

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Zemke » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:26 pm

Hehe, there you go. Anyway, I did a mistake. Next round.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Joschi » Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:30 pm

Further development of our (fantastic) site:

Maybe you can open the game page, even before the game has been reported. So players and further spectators have a place to talk about an upcoming game, even before it is played Additional, every comment in Infoboard with a hashtag #joschivszemke is displayed on games board Joschi vs Zemke.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Zemke » Thu Feb 28, 2013 7:37 pm

Hey, by the way I've already noticed the cookie still doesn't work.

@Joschi, yeah, I like the idea, but I'm really unsure I'll spend some time more on the site except for the archive, some conveniences and fixes and refactoring. I'm more likely to fire up an entirely new project. Let's see.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Joschi » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:29 pm

Koras wrote:listen boy, oone week ago i had serious surgery on my eyes i can spend just 1 hour on my compter till end of next week.
Maybe I will help later but I am not sure.
Joschi wrote:Look, I am again one step ahead of you. I am sure that you won't help ^^
Come on, show me that I am wrong. :D

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Zemke » Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:12 pm

Hey guys, can you give me a report? What years/tournaments have already been fully restored?

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by khamski » Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:22 pm

Dunno exactly.
But i'll finish this work soon.
Was a bit busy with setting up streams and stuff.
Yeah, really. When you change your cows to pigeons you loose the big fucking sledgehammer called COWS. Without it you will hardly make it to SD.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by kukumber » Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:23 pm

It's only 2005 and 2006 left.
In 2005 it needs to report last 3 or 4 groups afair. In 2006 it's only 1 group reported (I think it was group H), so everything else there is to be reported.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Zemke » Fri Jun 21, 2013 2:05 pm

Okay, that's already a good work. Thank you, guys.

I'm currently working on some CWT enhancements and during the next weeks I will release the new archive.

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Re: Help restoring the archive of CWT.

Post by Zemke » Mon Jul 29, 2013 5:51 pm

Zemke wrote:It would be cool to have active head mods of past CWTs write a review for their tournament(s): Khamski for 2009, Joschi for 2010 and 2011 and Kayz for 2012.

As an inspiration, here are the reviews of other head mods (respectively just Crespo ^^):
2002 Crespo wrote:This was a try-out, indeed. I now know what should I avoy to do when I start things for next year's tournament. I should've selected better and more responsable wormers to play here, although some good and honorable wormers also joined the tournament. Some shit happened: wormers that didn't care enough to get the games arranged on schedule, wormers that just quit, wormers that have suddenly stopped replying any e-mails, and even a fuckin' cow that tried to lie about a game score and not less important he also disrespected some other wormer(s) in the tournament. Anyway I believe the playoff stage was an awesome stage as everyone managed to play their games and had fair play and honor. One thing that I would like to focus on is the oportunity we have to know other people from several places on Earth, people from places so so much diferent than the place you live. The clash of cultures and personalities is something that touches my mind. There were 8 wormers from USA (although two of them were born in Germany), 8 from UK (one lives in Holland), 4 from Portugal, 2 from Australia, 2 from Sweden, 1 from Poland, 1 from Holland, 1 from France, 1 from Spain, 1 from Italy, 1 from Canada, 1 from Finland and 1 more wormer from Brazil.
2005 Crespo wrote:CWT 2005 was mostly dominated by war veterans. Although the first 2 places of the tournament were won by newcomers they were the only ones being in the quarter-finals. There were many delays to the tournament and it was marked by long laggs from certain players. Also, there was the case of the "girl", a character known as WormingGirl, a supposed girl from Uzbekistan, which was the creation of a russian wormer whose nick I honestly don't recall, and who handed over the lie after the qualifiers to one wormer who hadn't had a chance to be in due to the lack of spots available, Johnmir. He proceeded in his disguise to the semi-finals but he revealed after realizing what he was doing. The penalty was not to be able to continue in his progress. The dutchman HHC made a comeback after one year of absence and it was Teletubbies's last CWT
2005 Crespo wrote:In this edition of CWT the number of wormers was increased to 40 since a qualifiers competition was out of question due to the amount of time needed to have it going, plus the decreasing numbers of normal wormers in the WWP comunity, which also narrowed the competition possibilites to this extent. Timekeeping was enforced by MrTPenguin who distributed some of his dreaded point penalties and cut some wormers off from the tournament, but not that many. The most times the tournament slowed down was due to personal handicaps of certain wormers. Some problems relating disconnections were reported but there wasn't much of a case going from these issues. Some valuable newcomers added great flavor to the tournament and if we take a peek at the knockout standings we'll see a 75% ratio of newcomers on the quarter-finals, although the 2 veterans of CWT in that 25% ratio of non-newcomers actually made it to the podium! The top newcomers of CWT 2006 were SirGorash, Rafalus, cOOL, Franpetas, XWorm, Dvorkin and Johnmir. Also relating players, the presence of the bi-champion Jigsaw should be noted since it was a comeback from the grave by the polish titan. And last but not least, the winner was Dario, who beated the russian newcomer Johnmir in the final, and who was therefore crowned champion of CWT, justifying his evolution at the normal style in the last years, which led him to a highly consistent level of play. This was the last edition of CWT in the WWP format
Still haven't gotten your review, Khamski.

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