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Posted on: Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:11 pm




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I was so busy working on the site that I didn't notice
that we're almost at the 2 millionth solved puzzle...

The prize: 100 puzzles of a custom type that _you_ specify [woot]


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Posted on: Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:46 pm




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Alright, the milestone arrived just now:

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"diamantje" (Dutch for "little diamond") is the lucky winner [biggrin]


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Posted on: Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:56 pm




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Congratulations to diamantje and to calcudoku.org


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:49 am




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Patrick: wasn't the 1000,000th puzzle solved by some one in Europe also?


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:54 am




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pnm wrote:
Alright, the milestone arrived just now:

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"diamantje" (Dutch for "little diamond") is the lucky winner [biggrin]


Congratulations to both!.
It seems that it was yesterday ... when the 100,000 puzzles (and a few hours when the 1,000,000 puzzle). Now there are around 3,500 puzzlers and soon the calcudoku 10,000,000 will arrive ... the computer must be "smoking like a train" [thumbsup].


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 7:39 am




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beaker wrote:
Patrick: wasn't the 1000,000th puzzle solved by some one in Europe also?

Also from the Netherlands, if I remember correctly.
But (s)he never responded to my e-mails.

Patrick


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:27 am




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clm wrote:
pnm wrote:
Now there are around 3,500 puzzlers and soon the calcudoku 10,000,000 will arrive ... the computer must be "smoking like a train" [thumbsup].

Some stats:

9781 accounts, many of which "only take a look at the page" Facebook signups

5859 accounts with >= 1 point

3060 accounts who solved a puzzle in 2012

typically about 400-500 daily active users

typically almost 1000 monthly active users

so 3500 active, and 10 million solved is still a long way away..

Patrick


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:56 am




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Post Re: 2 million coming up...
pnm wrote:
Alright, the milestone arrived just now:

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"diamantje" (Dutch for "little diamond") is the lucky winner [biggrin]


Sure there is not a bug or you made a mistake and I am the winner?

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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:19 am




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jomapil wrote:
Sure there is not a bug or you made a mistake and I am the winner?

haha very funny :-)

your last solution was around puzzle 1998000 I see here.

So no, not likely :)


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Posted on: Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:32 am




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So, to make tha statistics complete, how many puzzles are solved each day on average?
And do you count timed puzzles against total solved, or are those completely apart from that staistics?


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