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How can we help users who are put off by the use of golfing languages?
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De-emphasize code-golf And concentrate on other challenges, tricks and hacks with the code where golfing languages are less advantaged. Make PPCG more about Programming Puzzles than about Code Golf.

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How can we help users who are put off by the use of golfing languages?
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Bigger, broader challenges expecting some dependencies Not just converting some short input to short output. For example, interfacing with a machine learning framework probably works better with ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Captcha cops-and-robbers Cops develop a captcha algorithm in minimum bytes. Robbers tries to implement a recognizer that recognizes 90 of 100 generated captchas.

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Leaderboard golf: posted

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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golf.ko - Kernel module golf code-golf A Linux-specific challenge. Implement a Linux kernel module which printks Hello world upon loading, in some compiled language. Source file, linker scripts ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Platformer game code-golf game Write a platformer game. Rules: Keyboard input, minimum three commands: left, right and jump; Real-time. Screen should update (and the game iterate) on timer. Update ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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King of the server - virus wars There is a virtual machine with Linux running various services (SSH server, Apache (with SSL), FTP server, rsync server, etc); There is tool which checks that the ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Voice recognition: "yes" or "no"? Implement a program in minimum bytes of source or binary code that recognizes audio input, which must be somebody saying "yes" or somebody saying "no" (in any ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Self-removing executable (retracted: dupe)

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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ACME (Let's Encrypt) client cryptography networking code-golf A list of ACME clients already looks a bit like a PPCG leaderboard, but I don't see the typical esolang roster there. Let's Augment. ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Traffic lights Easy challenge Write a program that that graphically shows traffic lights on a crossroads. It should output animation. There should be red, red+yellow, green, blinking green, yellow. ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Capture the flag king-of-the-hill Basic rules There is a rectangular map of cells, each bot has current cell. Bots compete 1 vs 1 at a time, let's call them red and blue. There are N instances of red ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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Ultimate crackpot In minimum number of ASCII bytes, write a plain text "physics research article" in English that scores each item in The Crackpot Index at least once. I'm not sure if such thing is ...

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