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In every news or article page http://ru.hwbot.org:12080/article/news/world_record_htt_frequency_for_s754

The word "time" in fact should be named "Date" because it show the date of the message only.

 

Another one. It's on the records block - the CPU-Z record. It's written "mhz" after the number. But it should be written as "MHz" - Hz for Hertz and capital M as a magnifying prefix.

 

The same goes for the record's time - http://hwbot.org/rankings/worldrecords

Pifast has "sec" written with a space after the time - Superpi and wPrime don't. Same on the record block on the main page.

Also pifast has format 0.00 sec and others have 0sec 000ms format. Maybe unite them and combine seconds and milliseconds to 0.000 sec? It will be shorter and easier to analyze.

 

The rankings pages have a erroneous description, for example http://hwbot.org/rankings/overclocker/country/algeria

"(country with less than 5 participants not shown)" - the link shows one :) the same for other cases. The same applies to personal ranking by team: http://hwbot.org/rankings/overclocker/team/m0d "(teams with less than 5 members not shown)" - there is one.

The only place were this works in fact is http://hwbot.org/rankings/teams/country/belgium "(countries with less than 2 teams not shown)" and yes, you can see that the list of countries is much shorter than in the member ranking.

 

And yes - what's the difference between English and American English? :D can I have a comparision list?

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http://hwbot.org/community/user/massman

 

"Massmans" should be "Massman's"

 

Should be fixed. Trying to get local hwbot running to verify

 

In every news or article page http://ru.hwbot.org:12080/article/news/world_record_htt_frequency_for_s754

The word "time" in fact should be named "Date" because it show the date of the message only.

 

Time would be correct if we add the time of posting. :)

 

Another one. It's on the records block - the CPU-Z record. It's written "mhz" after the number. But it should be written as "MHz" - Hz for Hertz and capital M as a magnifying prefix.

 

Good catch. I've changed the notation in many other pages, but can't find the right jsp for this one.

 

The same goes for the record's time - http://hwbot.org/rankings/worldrecords

Pifast has "sec" written with a space after the time - Superpi and wPrime don't. Same on the record block on the main page.

Also pifast has format 0.00 sec and others have 0sec 000ms format. Maybe unite them and combine seconds and milliseconds to 0.000 sec? It will be shorter and easier to analyze.

 

Good idea!

 

The rankings pages have a erroneous description, for example http://hwbot.org/rankings/overclocker/country/algeria

"(country with less than 5 participants not shown)" - the link shows one :) the same for other cases. The same applies to personal ranking by team: http://hwbot.org/rankings/overclocker/team/m0d "(teams with less than 5 members not shown)" - there is one.

The only place were this works in fact is http://hwbot.org/rankings/teams/country/belgium "(countries with less than 2 teams not shown)" and yes, you can see that the list of countries is much shorter than in the member ranking.

 

Hm, bug it seems. Added to bug list.

 

And yes - what's the difference between English and American English? :D can I have a comparision list?

 

American = US region

UK english = UK region

 

no difference in language

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http://hwbot.org/rankings/benchmark/3dmark_2001/rankings - a parse error or smth. "as 3Dmark 2001 rankingranking.benchmark.benchmark_can.make.use.of.multiple.videocards, the rankings are split up by the amount of cores in use. Please select a ranking. "

The same on others benchmark ranking pages.

 

http://hwbot.org/competition/hoc_jan10 - the competition page "This competition was between competition_this_competition_is_between_title members." - another error of the same kind.

 

"HWBOT OC Challenge January 2010 is closed since 31 янв." And this one made me smile. You've got to translate this in English indeed! :D

And here: "31 Январь" on same page.

 

"competition_current.ranking.title" - and this one has the error.

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http://hwbot.org/rankings/benchmark/3dmark_2001/rankings - a parse error or smth. "as 3Dmark 2001 rankingranking.benchmark.benchmark_can.make.use.of.multiple.videocards, the rankings are split up by the amount of cores in use. Please select a ranking. "

The same on others benchmark ranking pages.

 

http://hwbot.org/competition/hoc_jan10 - the competition page "This competition was between competition_this_competition_is_between_title members." - another error of the same kind.

 

"competition_current.ranking.title" - and this one has the error.

 

Strangely enough, this is correct in the translations. Must be a different bug, but I can't locate it.

 

"HWBOT OC Challenge January 2010 is closed since 31 янв." And this one made me smile. You've got to translate this in English indeed! :D

And here: "31 Январь" on same page.

 

Local time and date indications are used for competitions. Not really a bug.

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http://hwbot.org/competition/hoc_jan10

This competition was between This competition is between members. This competition is between members .

 

You can see a syntax bug here. The string competition_competition.was.between.title add to competition_competition.is.between.title not replaces it. And the next sentence has an extra space before the dot - delete it.

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On the home page there is a reference next to the HWBOT International

 

It makes reference to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [ USSR]

 

The language on the board is a Cyrillic Language.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrillic

 

There is no longer a Representative of the USSR seated at the United Nations.

 

The Geo-Political USSR does not exist anymore.

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The new region name isn't as common as the old one - simple and clear :)

 

The Commonwealth of independate countries doesn't have an abbeviatura that everybody knows. It's not about politics, it's about the region were people live.

 

Though, technically you are absolutely right.

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They can make changes to call it "Russia", Россия,Российская Федерация,Rossiyskaya Federatsiya;

What do you think?

If the Russians know who they are; it is time the rest of the world knows also.

 

I'm sure that President Dmitry Medvedev, would argue he is not a Soviet Citizen.

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You might forget that USSR<=>Russia.

The region that is being discussed includes Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazahstan (franly, I don't know why other countries are not included but for us we mostly communicate within three of these than others of exUSSR).

 

So naming Ukraine and Belarus would be a very big mistake. I don't even mention Ukrainian nationalists - there's none (I hope) of them within hardware community. But at least it would be inpolite.

I'm sure that President Dmitry Medvedev' date=' would argue he is not a Soviet Citizen.[/quote']Yes, but we're all born in USSR :)

 

So please differ the country and a region (which now is 15 different countries). If it's named in Russian and the text is Russian too, it doesn't mean that there's no one else - it just means that this one fits better.

 

P.S. http://ussr.hwbot.org/ - did you look at the flags of the top10 before writing this? ;)

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You might forget that USSR<=>Russia.

The region that is being discussed includes Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazahstan (franly, I don't know why other countries are not included but for us we mostly communicate within three of these than others of exUSSR).

 

So naming Ukraine and Belarus would be a very big mistake. I don't even mention Ukrainian nationalists - there's none (I hope) of them within hardware community. But at least it would be inpolite.

Yes, but we're all born in USSR :)

 

So please differ the country and a region (which now is 15 different countries). If it's named in Russian and the text is Russian too, it doesn't mean that there's no one else - it just means that this one fits better.

 

P.S. http://ussr.hwbot.org/ - did you look at the flags of the top10 before writing this? ;)

 

It doesn't make any sense to you does it?

 

Soviet and Russian is not equal in any sense.

Russians are no longer under Communist Rule;

Or am I mistaken?

 

 

So if you have it your way then anyone in the Kingdom of Lesotho would be a South African;

Is that right?

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I don't know were Lesotho is. Another example - if we talk about Germany, France, UK and Benelux would it be normal to refer to their people as UK?

So if you have it your way then anyone in the Kingdom of Lesotho would be a South African;
If we talk about people from a region, yes anyone from UK, Germany and France would be a European, no?

 

South Africa is too complicated - I can't differ are you talking about a country (and which one of them?) or a region.

 

Again, try to remember any alliance, for example the APEC - they can be referred to as Asian-Pacific countries, why not?

I don't even mention Asia.

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Why don't you launch your Google Earth Browser and type in Lesotho.???

 

I guess I better re-enlist and get back on a Navy P3C and go back on Patrol Searching for the Soviet SSGN's And SSBN's we may need to keep an eye on them again if they are back in business.

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Why don't you launch your Google Earth Browser and type in Lesotho.???
Lazy :D it's not the point where it really is. Well' date=' I did have a look and it changes nothing - yes, it can be called as a country of South Africa region.

 

And relax - no one here is about politics, it's just convenience. A bit of nostalgia maybe. So stop these silly things about the reds are back and so on. It's not about the government - only the [b']name[/b] of a place, nothing more. We've never been agressive and defended our land since ages, but not attacked. The last statement is not the subject, so no need to reply on it ;)

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Lazy :D it's not the point where it really is. Well, I did have a look and it changes nothing - yes, it can be called as a country of South Africa region.

 

And relax - no one here is about politics, it's just convenience. A bit of nostalgia maybe. So stop these silly things about the reds are back and so on. It's not about the government - only the name of a place, nothing more. We've never been agressive and defended our land since ages, but not attacked. The last statement is not the subject, so no need to reply on it ;)

 

You're a Funny Guy.

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["This competition consists of 1 stage only:"]

 

American 'English' has different spellings for some words than original English [from England];)

 

Antinomy, your grasp of English Grammer is very impressive, 100% better than my Russian.:eek:

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Thank you! I've got a secret. I've been studying in a school in Singapore (English - official language) for 1.5 years and after that - a year in Sydney. That was in 93-94, a bit of knowledge remains in my head after these years :D

 

And I prefer manuals, datasheets and hardware specs in English - sometimes I can't say what these interpretors meaned by their words. Or what kind of stuff did they take :)

 

American 'English' has different spellings for some words than original English [from England];)
Well, I know and I'm more used to the UK (because of Australia) type. But everyone call it "English" and "British English" not the "English" and "American English" - this world isn't fair at all :D Edited by Antinomy
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