Compet-N: incoming and discussion, part 2 [post Compet-N entries here]

While neither Doomworld nor this forum is an offical home for Compet-n, feel free to use this thread to attach (or link to, if too large) demos that would be entries for Compet-n if and when the official site is revived.

Note: Fx02 has created a new version of Compet-n at the following address: http://www.doom.com.hr/compet-n/. You can upload incoming demos at that site. You are strongly encouraged also to post them in this thread. They are very welcome here, and putting them in both places makes sure no one will overlook them and that they are not lost altogether if the new compet-n site dies.

If posting demos in this thread, please follow all standard compet-n rules and conventions - notably that they must be recorded with the original DOS executables and perform an undone task or improve upon an existing record. If you have demos on the compet-n wads that do not comply with compet-n rules (e.g. port demos or TAS demos, etc.), then place them in other threads in this forum, such as the threads for the relevant wad or the Misc. TAS demos threads.

Note also that while the moderators of this forum will not officially verify the demos as suitable for compet-n (that would be a task for whoever officially relaunched compet-n), normal Demos forum guidelines apply with respect to being honest about how a demo was recorded and providing the basic demo and player information in a text file.

vdgg used to maintain a detailed summary of incoming Compet-N entries - it can be found here. While no longer up to date, it serves as a useful summary of several years of competn activity.

A mirror of the old Competn and SDA archive is here: http://www.soulsphere.org/random/competn/
doom.com.hr also has a copy of the competn file libraries: http://doom.com.hr/public/compet-n/

You can also download the complete "old" compet-n archive (i.e. as it was when last updated) via the following link:
http://www.4shared.com/file/EFXviwbz/compet-n.html
If you want this file, grab it now rather than leaving it to later - it won't be there permanently.

The old Compet-n site run by Adam Hegyi, which is now inactive, is here: http://www.doom2.net/~compet-n/index.cgi

Newer compet-n entries, made via this forum/thread are archived at DSDA. Older Compet-N demos are being added to DSDA, but please be patient, as this process will take some time to complete.

This post is derived from Grazza's first post in the first part of this multi-thread.

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Can someone fix COMPET-N link in first post to: http://www.doom.com.hr/compet-n/

Also I'd like to notice that players should add their country and correct date of demo in TXT template. We found lots of mistakes in old records and are still correcting wrong dates.

TY, Zvonimir

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It's linked to on top, in the red section. But yeah, that link below it could confuse people. I removed that second link and placed a link specifying the old site (so people can check it for historical purposes or whatever) near the bottom.

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MM2, MAP17 (No One by Michael Rapp), UV Max in 7:09
Requiem, MAP11 (Rats in the Walls by Capellan), UV Max in 2:42

mm2_req.zip

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First of the year.

The Final Doom - Plutonia Experiment - Level 11 - Hunted, done Ultra-Violence MAX in 2:33

pl11-233.zip

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The Final Doom - Plutonia Experiment - Level 11 - Hunted, done Ultra-Violence MAX in 2:31

Getting closer...

pl11-231.zip

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Good show and good luck with shaving off more seconds!

I plan to completely abandon "/incoming results" thread as it hase no purpose IMO with a fully functional C-N database, in which you can find these, and even more. I will make a last update to the .xls in about a month probably, when I have more free time and then remove the thread from sticky threads a week after. I will notify you when it's done. Comments?

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I think your xls file should still be updated regularly, it's a very quick way to view current records, see what DSDA entries beat C-N records, and can be viewed offline as a single file. It's also nice to always have on a flash-drive so I can view it wherever I want.

I have no problem with you abandoning "/incoming results" though.

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Well this is quite an improvement:

  Complete Historic COMPET-N Leaderboard:
  RE03-307 - Thomas Kroppen   - 12.10.1997
  RE03-207 - Thomas Pilger    - 12.01.1998
  RE03-157 - Steffen Udluft   - 21.01.1998
  RE03-144 - Thomas Pilger    - 08.03.1998
  RE03-140 - Jan Endre Jansen - 21.09.1998
  RE03-137 - Adam Williamson  - 08.07.1999
  RE03-134 - Zvonimir Buzanic - 25.09.1999
  RE03-133 - Henning Skogsto  - 04.09.1999
  RE03-129 - Zvonimir Buzanic - 05.09.2000
  RE03-117 - Archy            - 09.03.2013
First Doom 2 entry by the way...

re03-117.zip

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No hell called upon :) But I do not check Doomworld forums too much.

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It's amazing that I didn't die at the end! 1% health. Not that it would matter that much...

Requiem - Level 30 - Nevermore by Adam Windsor, done Ultra-Violence -FAST in 1:15

rf30-115.zip

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Woah, didn't expect to see this trick in a real run. GJ! :)

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Wow, 9.86 seconds. What a way for Ch0wW to debut -- with a groundbreaking demo.

Wish I had someone like that to play with.

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