Franks Internet Playground.
Hi these are Franks experimental pages on the internet.
Note that those pages are presented as is, they are just
here to be here, they might look unfinished or s.th...
Anyway, if you find s.th. interesting for you, enjoy!
The below projekts are merely early
prototypes (and also more or less German).
Oct 2011:Right now I play a loot at
Before I was busy on and behind BrettspielNetz.
Dec 2007: For my board game
Igel Ärgern aka Egelrace aka Hurry up Hedgehog aka Hedgehog in a Hurry
I hacked a little Artificial Intelligence (AI) EgelraceBot/IRobot.
Frank's practical theories, this
is mixed non-source-code stuff, i.e. a Design Pattern maybe of my
own, a remark on some prediction methods. And whatever comes next.
Are you Firefox User? I use plenty of plugins. I also use
Extended Statusbar, but my status bar starts getting overcrowded. I patched it to be much tinier. Download my patched extendedstatusbar.jar and replace the one in your Firefox profile. Restart Firefox.
Are you Firefox User? I use plenty of plugins. Unfortunately some are buggy.
I've done some patching. Note that I've been lazy and I do NOT want to
really interfere with the orginal versions. So I have not installation. Instead I only provide patch files to overwrite parts of the plugins. So your task is to locate that files original in your filesystem, make a safety copy, and replace the file by my version. Tell me, what you think!
- Having seen Opera, I immediately liked
Link Widget, it looked ok, the buttons presented the right tooltips. Unfortunately for me a click did not do anything. Especially not navigate. Download my patched linkwidget.jar and replace the one in the Firefox profile.
- I like
Extended Statusbar, but my status bar starts getting overcrowded. I patched it to be much tinier. Download my patched extendedstatusbar.jar and replace the one in your Firefox profile.
Lately: i realize there are plenty of plugins to customize the statusbar, but I found none, to make Extended Statusbar tinier.
Recently read an article about Sudoku in an article. First I
wrote a little piece of Java
to solve Sudoku/Sodoku puzzles, then I solved some by hand,
then I started surfing. There seems to be a lot of stuff
floating arround. Now I'm done :-) Well, actually I wasn't,
a much improved sudoku solver lead to a nice sudoku generator
which finally lead to sudoku.spieleck.de.
Need a maze? I started writing a generator.
If you mind, here are some samples.
Java Servlet Hacks,
some work in progress can be downloaded:
Find some small but maybe useful source code.
|Just another variation of the famous snoop servlet, well it is everywhere,
but it's convenient for me to have it linked here :-)
Now for something slightly different. Care for a game?
Play Oym Hunt online on Spieleck!
Go for the charts and enjoy!
SMIDER, the SMart spIDER,
my very own search engine. Or better a web resource compiler.
It does not try to index the whole internet,
but tries to conduct a keyword guided search to find pages most
relevant to a certain theme.
automated Text classification (i.e. language recognition) based on
the n-gram technique. Roughly a port of a similar system in PERL
PM Equator a number puzzle generator for OS/2 PM. I still
like the puzzle engine, but I remember why I started writing for
OS/2 in 1995 ;-) This is now
maybe someone could make some Linux from it?
There is also a
more primitive Applet version of it.
Doris & Frank's homepage, learn
about the board gaming enterprise my wife and me form. Our game with
the biggest net fame is probably
Ursuppe a game of earliest evolution and its brand new successor
thematical sequel but mechanical a new game. Try searching these
words on Google ;-)
a very, very simple, but tough game for Java programmers.
Easy to program as long as you know how to return a number from
a Java method, but with some strategic depth.
Hosted at the wrong server for historical reasons, this actually
Anybody comin' here? Here is some
Formal dramatischer Phrasendrescher
, this is a strange web application in German, it is the front end of
a XML based engine to generate complex randomized chunks of text.
Note this is not yet done at all!
iNiWiKi, April 2002
I started to implement some of my own ideas about
I had a nice Java, XSLT basic engine up and runnin,
but never worked out the details. Since this was DOS attacked
lately I put it offline now.
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