10

Notes: If you find any grammar mistakes or formulations that are clumsy, feel free to directly edit. For other suggestions please use the comments. Should certains points be linked to the relevant discussions on meta? I think this might be too long. Feel free use this as a base for an own draft. I did use parts of the current version of the tag description. ...


6

Here is another proposal to rip apart: atomic-code-golf is similar to code-golf in that answers aim to minimise code size, but differs in that the size is counted in some "atom" other than bytes or characters. For example, a logic-gates atomic-code-golf question might ask for an implementation of a given logical function using any two-input ...


5

Here's a start: Challenges related to topics in Computer Networking, including: TCP/IP Stack (including lower layers - Ethernet, WiFi, PPP, etc) IP/IPV6 addressing Routing protocols and associated calculations NIC, router and switch configuration


2

My proposed rewrite below. atomic-code-golf asks you to write a program with a score as small as you can. The source code is divided into parts (often called "token", but it may be different, for example "logic gate", "node"). Each part has a score defined by the challenge. The score of the program is the sum of the scores of its parts. code-golf is a ...


1

In my opinion, the most useful piece of information in a PPCG tag wiki is Jeff's point 4: what kinds of questions should be tagged with it, and what kinds of questions shouldn't. The sequence tag is a good example of one that I'm not sure when to use (so I don't, unless I'll do a challenge straight from the OEIS). A good course of action for the current low-...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible