OGS Link Collection

http://gooften.net/ is not there :slight_smile:

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List of placement of inseis http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/player/insei/
and also Japanese Go Association http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp

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Added :slight_smile:

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Go Game Guru has a warehouse in Canada now! https://gogameguru.com/go-game-guru-in-canada/
Also http://ps.waltheri.net/ is my favourite database. You can search by player section of board or fuseki.
I just found this free pdf of Go Seigan’s games. The people who made this got copyright permision from the owner.
http://www.5z.com/tucsongo/book/book.pdf

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This is my pearltrees : http://pear.ly/cj2aP

Maybe it could help the community :wink:

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This fantastic link collection could use a push^^

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Some candidates for a push:

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~wjh/go/rules/Japanese.html


http://agagd.usgo.org/
http://gokifu.com/
http://igokisen.web.fc2.com/news.html
https://gokibitz.com
http://weiqi.tools/
http://play.baduk.org/go-test/start.php?
http://www.goratings.org/
http://www.computer-go.info/db/oproglist.php
http://vatcss.info/games/gotstats/#/

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Online SGF editor
http://yewang.github.io/besogo/

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Good stuff there, @Tokumoto!

And @yebellz, that looks very nice :smile:
(I’m a big fan of Ilya Kirillov’s HTML5 Web Go Board, though … but then again I guess polyamory ain’t too bad :grinning:)

I have “wikified” the opening post, so any “trusted forum user” can now edit it.

@Tokumoto, @yebellz, I don’t know exactly how the forum software decides who is a “trusted user”, but you could go on and try editing the post if you like.

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Anyone with a Basic badge should be able to edit a wiki post. Trust levels are explained here: https://meta.discourse.org/t/what-do-user-trust-levels-do/4924/3

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Well, then … let’s hope the post will be maintained well … I guess for safety I should make a copy every now and then.

<edit> and the Fuseki exercise site Ootakamoku sadly doesn’t exist anymore :’( </edit>

No worries. It should all be saved automatically in the post’s edit history. Clicking on the orange pencil icon in the first post will display all the previous edits (currently 10). Anything accidentally deleted could be recovered from there.

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Pls add few more websites:
http://breakfast.go4go.net Go lessons
http://gogame.info Goama magazine
http://gosensations.com Go servers news
http://baduk.eu Fan club of Lee Changho
http://vk.com/go_secrets Largest Go group in vk.com

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Nice list.
Some feedback

This Dwyrin character gets annoying really fast. Per 1 hour of video, there is very little useful advice. Too much random blabbering and ego tripping. That idiotic bobbing head of his, at the corner of the screen, is truly annoying. This guys is a narcissist but I guess this is a prerequisite for any tube-clown aka youtuber.

Nick Sibicky was OK (lectures with KGS client) until he figured out how to add his talking head to the video. Same problem. It adds 0 value and is just annoying.

Petition to add my YouTube and Twitch channels to the link collection? :wink:

1 hour Go videos can be long indeed…I made a 6-minute one recently, though :smiley:

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6 min stuff is good. I do not have YT account but you get +1 from me.

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Why can’t i see this topic in top of go resources, even if it should be pinned?

I think that might be a peculiarity of discourse (the forum software). It seems that when a post is pinned, it will become “unpinned for you” (meaning affecting just your view) after you have read it.

I guess it kind of makes sense. Pinning promotes a post by preventing it from getting buried by new posts (before everyone gets a chance to see it), but it then can float down after you have read it, so it isn’t always taking up space at the top.

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There is an option to turn this on and off. You find it in Preferences -> Interface “Automatically unpin topics when I reach the bottom.” I think it’s off by default, but I changed it several times, so I’m not sure about it.

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