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02-06-2018, 08:06 PM
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RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
Any suggestion on what to include for the february update?

Although with Eric torrents we have most of the stuff online available via p2p. Still there may be sites, documents, discussions, etc... that are worth saving.

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02-16-2018, 06:00 PM
Post: #122
RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
I renew the question about suggestions. Although the topic "digits of pi" had quite some nice links that I have to check. Interesting how such constants are always a goldmine of interesting reads.

In the meanwhile an observation. Although the hpcalc.org main torrent surely has stronger seeders than me, and the hp_calc_torrent has mostly only me, the stats of qbittorrent tells me that:

hpcalc.org main torrent is shared since 21 days, and I uploaded 7.46 gb.
the hp_calc_torrent base is shared since 70 days, and I uploaded 4.5 gb.
The hp41 dvd torrent -another one with strong seeders - is shared since 90+ days, and I uploaded 13 gb.

I cannot imagine how active are the hpcalc.org torrent and the hp41 dvd torrent, since I alone have already shared a lot, the strong seeders shared surely more!

As expected, over time the torrents with a lot of quality shows interest although one should not expect to see traffic like the last popular freemium game.

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02-23-2018, 02:48 PM (This post was last modified: 02-23-2018 02:50 PM by pier4r.)
Post: #123
RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
update 201802
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:e571cf926d210a1ebf1f0299d6c5cd8d2daede99&dn=hp_calc_torrent_u201802

All the info: first post -> http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9090.html

As usual, suggestions about what to include and the rest are welcomed.

Code:

- 2018-02-23
  u201802
  - added
    . documents from this thread: http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-10108.html
    . documents from http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-10166.html
    . listExt for 50g. http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-8555.html
  - notes
    . nice link http://pi314.net/eng/programmes.php#calculatrices
    . Hmm, I want to save documents from a couple of threads, but I remember only one.
      I remember, though, that they are in the hpmuseum.org forum. It does not help though,
      since there are thousand of threads and having a filtered selection is not bad.
      I hope to find them (and bookmark them) the next time.
- 2018-02-17
  - notes
    . more tests on the search string (to find interesting threads, at least for me
      at the moment)
      site:hpmuseum.org challenge OR contest OR puzzle OR pi OR constant
      
      I would really like to have an "and" version. Like.
      site:hpmuseum.org challenge OR contest OR puzzle OR pi OR constant OR (math AND problem)
      but google does not allow it yet.
      
      Actually instead of "constant" one could use digits or pi. The amount of interesting
      info shared while playing around with PI is outstanding.
      Nonetheless I tried to be generic with constant, because PI gets only PI...
      ...no wait a minute. The likelyhood that PI will be mentioned in any interesting
      thread about math is pretty high (although not 100%) so it may work better
      than "constant" that collides with "constant memory".
      
      "Problem" alone brings up a lot of real problem, not math problems.
      
      Ok but a math problem may have answers or solutions, so what about the following?
      site:hpmuseum.org challenge OR contest OR puzzle OR pi OR constant OR solution OR answer
      
      We are in 2018 and still we have to play the detectives with automated tools
      instead of having proper query syntax (that is already present in other
      context, like databases).
      
      Anyway a search like the above produces 8950 results but actually only 55 pages.
      (so 550 results).
      
      With such a little number of pages one can slowly go through the search
      randomly (using a random function of a calculator). The alternative is to build
      a better search engine for the target domain. Since google, bing and others
      may be powerful, but when they don't crawl properly some target domains
      they may be surpassed by other ad hoc solutions.
      
- 2018-02-07
  - notes
    . search string on search engines similar to one previously mentioned: 
      site:hpmuseum.org problem OR challenge OR puzzle OR math OR contest OR exercise
    . at least for a certain point in time, the great Eric of hpcalc.org solved
      the following todos:
      * include a snapshot of hpcalc.org
      * include a snapshot of the comp.sys.hp48 newsgroup
      See: https://www.hpcalc.org/torrents/
- 2018-01-29
  u201801
  - added
    . some books mentioned in forum threads.
    . a document about the 35s
    . documents and files about the hp prime.
  - notes
    . the amazing eric released a lot of super worthwile data in p2p format! 
      About hpcalc.org and discussion forums.
      I wish every community (for example casio/ti) would do the same!
      check them here! https://www.hpcalc.org/torrents/
    . no progress in collecting quite general purpose userRPL code :/

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04-02-2018, 01:52 PM
Post: #124
RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
update 201803
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:b1e223e84f05b433807bff5e772dd2dc4a48d04b&dn=hp_calc_torrent_u201803

All the info: first post -> http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9090.html

As usual, suggestions about what to include and the rest are welcomed.

Code:

- 2018-04-02
  u201803
  - notes
    . releasing the new update, not much improvements since the last entries.
      If the community doesn't help it is highly unlikely to collect what is
      still reachable online and worth to save. (worth: for at least one person
      is worth)
      I, pier4r, alone can do really a little, although better than nothing.
      I myself realize such activities quite late. This should have been started
      years ago, not in 2018. Although, as said, better starting in 2018
      than in twothousandnever (that is, never). As we may end up collecting
      1% of what we could. But if we never start, we are fixed at 0. Plus one
      has still other "librarians". hpcalc.org, *****, hpmuseum.org document set
      and maybe others.
      Slowly, slowly we can shrink the gap a little bit.
      The goal is not 100%, rather improving or not being worse compared to the yesterday.
- 2018-03-25
  - notes
    . finding RPL commands is pretty hard. There are plenty already on the
      MoHPC, but without precise keywords, no chances.
      And even with good keywords, it depends on how much the site is
      indexed by the search engine.
      A possible search site:hpmuseum.org "<<"
      as the << are often mentioned in ascii to open a user RPL program.
      or the more generic
      site:hpmuseum.org rpl 
      (since userRPL, sysRPL, uRPL, sRPL , user RPL etc..
      contains RPL)
- 2018-03-15
  - added
    . some documents found after searching for the info about the PDQ progran of Joe Horn
      That brought me to http://holyjoe.org/hp/flashback.htm
      http://holyjoe.org/hp/flash18.txt
      and http://zuse.zib.de/pdfs
      (and I want to improve my poor German. Worst case, google translate, since we are in 2018)
    . some more hp journals issues about calculators.
    . hp 50g documents about community made contributions.
- 2018-03-11
  - added
    . Documents from: http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-7687.html
      decimal basic. http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA008683/english/
    . a user suggested the hp measure journal, and I found interesting
      to download all the issues that I could spot talking about
      calculators. If I miss some, please include them.
      http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/abouthp/histnfacts/publications/measure/
      http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-10304.html
- 2018-03-09
  - notes
    . userRPL collection superseeded here:
      http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-10271.html
- 2018-02-25
  - possible interesting links (ed2k links, one needs to use an ed2k compatible client
    the ed2k network is super for sharing rare infomation over time)
    -cut-

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05-11-2018, 07:36 PM
Post: #125
RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
update 201804
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:f66b0ab0e9cd003554d209abc40edc183acb30a8&dn=hp_calc_torrent_u201804

All the info: first post -> http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9090.html

As usual, suggestions about what to include and the rest are welcomed.

Code:

- 2018-05-11
  u201804
  - notes
    . a late release. I should master some automated procedures to download interesting
      content linked from the forum instead of perusing it manually. As manually
      I often don't have time for it. And of course, suggestions are welcomed!
- 2018-04-21
  - added
    . some documents mentioned in discussions. Different discussions, mostly math
      that can be implemented in calculators.

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Post: #126
RE: Collection of HHC programming contests and other useful documents
update 201805
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:c67a2cb68316f97fc30e97d7da9a97974fd7cf3c&dn=hp_calc_torrent_u201805

All the info: first post -> http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-9090.html

As usual, suggestions about what to include and the rest are welcomed.

Early release this time as I tried to collect very slowly to avoid side effects (over 20 days, 1 request each 30 seconds) some of the public discussions of this myBB forum (until thread 10720, but threads can be updated). This due to the recent losses that stimulate me to act. Of course they cannot beat a forum dump, but better than nothing.

The content, I think, can be greatly improved, but as in many things, one has to start. The collection tried to get only the links mentioned in the available discussions. For example there are a lot of youtube pages (each around 190kb or so) that are partly useless, but if one searches for the youtube video identifier, it works. I tried and I got a hhc 2011 nice video from Namir that tested the 15C vs the 15 Limited edition (of course, thanks to all the people that helped having that video online).

Many files are html files but they have no extension to match the URI and avoid redownloads.
There may be replicated content with other torrents, but once again, better twice than not at all.

The release is pretty big and my bandwidth is not that strong, so if you get it you need to wait.
Also, if I find the time, the next month I will release a new major update. That is, merging the updates in one single torrent (that will be huge, 5+ GB) and slowly taking away the previous torrents (aside from other seeders being available)

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