I am asking about my this question for reopen - or an explanation if it is still offtopic.
A further problem what I can see, that - although it is not language-specific -, the question effectively still reduces the usable languages to the hardware-near, C-like procedural solutions. As I can see, many of you like more esoteric, interpreted languages. But it is not mentioned in the help center.
Another possible problem is, that this is a hard problem. I couldn't sleep a week long until I've found a solution. On my opinion, already to find a solution is enough hard, optimizing it to the fewest bytes isn't a really comparable challenge.
But, from the other side, it was the most interesting problem I've meet in years ago. Maybe it is not really "code golf" (in the sense of tricky & funny code optimizing), but surely a very interesting "programming puzzle".
I would most like to use the following winning criterion: "Winner is anybody who finds a solution". In the (imho) highly improbable case if there are multiple working solutions, then I would say the first is the winner.