Lucas (2012-07-11 04:55:03 +0000)
Jeremy Fleischman has made [url=http://www.speedsolving.com/forum/showthread.php?37670-TNoodle-WCA-scrambler-replacement:1iayn9p3]a post at speedsolving.com[/url:1iayn9p3] about TNoodle, a new scrambling program for WCA events. The latest development version is [url=https://github.com/downloads/cubing/tnoodle/TNoodle-0.6.3.jar:1iayn9p3]TNoodle 0.6.3[/url:1iayn9p3]
(In an effort to keep the developments of the new regulations open, I'm linking to the thread from here.)
There will be two important changes in 2012 related to scrambling:
- TNoodle will become the only official scrambler. Once it is, it *must* be used to generate all official scrambles.
- All official scrambles used in WCA competitions must be saved and sent to the WCA along with the delegate report.
TNoodle is an open-source program built with the help of many people, and anyone is welcome to help improve it by providing constructive comments or by contributing code at [url=https://www.github.com/cubing/tnoodle:1iayn9p3]GitHub[/url:1iayn9p3].
If you have any thoughts about this soon-to-be-official scrambler, please share them here or discuss them at speedsolving.com.