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DOMjudge is an automated judge system to run programming contests. It provides a mechanism to submit problem solutions (a C-program) and (web)interfaces for teams, the jury and the general public.
DevContest is web serve based on Pylons framework and Python. This allows you to create a competition for students of informatics. The only thing you need is a Linux server with the necessary compilers. In the administration system you can set the language, what you want. The base is the default C, C++, Java, Pascal, Python, PHP and Ruby.
gCoder is a GUI, server-client based dyanmic programing contest controler built in Python. Its a programing contest controller like pc^2 and TopCoder(TM) arena. It use system test module, which can actually test contestant codes without any human interference.
Problem From the real need of transportation companies, especially, bus is required a big necessary manpower and expenditure to manage many problems such as: stop at right place, no overrun, carry the correct number people, drive on line, efficient control about fuels…all of them are to reduce ... [More]
PACS is system, that allows to set up and maintain algorithm contests, like Top Coder, ACMs, and so. User needs only web browser to use it. PACS is written in Python, using Django (0.95) framework. It is in early stage of development, but is nearly usable. It contains solution tester (with saferun), user interface, and primitive admin system.
Project Description This project consists of a database and a client/server application that can be used to organize judo kata tournaments, produce support for judges and record all results (by competitors, nations, katas, etc...) in a database. Project's features:Create and schedule Judo ... [More]
This is a system consisting of a backend and frontend built on python, c++, and php, which allows you to manage small programming competitions with c, c++, and java. Here are some wiki links Installation instructions Running a contest Software Overview If you want to start helping out ... [More]
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