Message #1133

From: deustfrr <>
Subject: Re: [MC4D] Greetings from Remi
Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2010 12:19:01 -0000

  1. Done! In!
  2. My dad works at a computer job, and he has screen-watching software, but it’s probably company only…
  3. I also got school, but if I can solve it under an hour then I’ll be fine.
  4. (I have a huge feeling that I’ll be last… (o.O)
  5. maybe use webcam and stuff to chat? the time would be strange…
  6. worst…put in a timer and update MC4D. (^o^)

— In, Melinda Green <melinda@…> wrote:
> OK, well Remi has thrown down the gauntlet. Who else would like to
> take a crack at the first 3^4 hyperspeedsolving contest? Saturday the
> 18th sounds like a fine day to do it. That will give everyone ample time
> to practice your techniques. So who else will step up to the challenge?
> If you want to join but that date doesn’t work for you, please just
> propose another date. Once there are at least 3 confirmed participants
> we can work out an exact time and set of rules. If 5 or more people
> agree to give it their best shot I’ll even create an official prize
> t-shirt for the winner!
> -Melinda
> On 9/3/2010 1:50 AM, thesamer wrote:
> > Hi to all!
> >
> > Audrey and Andras: ("In the spirt of taking things too far" x 2) good
> > job to both of you!
> >
> > I agree to keep the track of the shortest for 5^4 on my page (starting
> > from next week).
> >
> > I also would like to update 3^4 shortest, but lately I’ve lost the track
> > :) In my opinion using computers to get solutions for some minor steps
> > was ok, just like taking some algorithms from the internet to find
> > better pll on classic cube and later translate this on 4D language.
> >
> > "4D/5D Shortest" competition, so far, is just pushing human limits, NOT
> > the regular challenge(like the fewest moves on the championships).
> >
> > You can count on me on hyperspeedcubing contest: 3^4 will be very good
> > choice to start.(I think that Matusz Burnicki will join as well). Let’s
> > finally do it, let’s say: in 2 weeks from now? :P