Those observant of you may have noticed a change to our front page, essentially cosmetic, and also some changes to our historic tournament information.
Some of you may have tried to place a comment on the News item about Norman, as a tribute to him, but unfortunately have not been able to because we have not allowed comments to be posted by people who don't have account on our website.
We didn't enable this facility because we didn't want Robots to post lots of junk comments to our site.
We've added the WMSG 2012 news feed to our World News feeds - see our News page for more.
As a further service to our readers we've added some News feeds from around the World (English sources only) to the right hand side of our News page, These include the American Go Association, International Go Federation and EuroGoTV.
We're not responsible for their content or the frequency of updates however...
The family of the late Allan Scarff has generously made publicly available a number of files of Allan's work in the area of Go-playing software and Artificial Intelligence, in the hope that others interested in these fields will find them useful.
Allan was a pioneer of computer Go, writing a number of award-winning programs for BBC Acorn microcomputers in the 1980s
Site updates in the last few days include:
See our updates page for more detail.
Godraw version 6.3.8 is now available. More details are here.
As a result of a posting on Life19x19 we've created a page to help people new to face-to-face tournament play to know what to expect.
It can be found at http://www.britgo.org/tournaments/1st
Please let anybody who might be interested in playing face to face know about this valuable resource.
We've managed to fix a problem with Internet Explorer being unable to see that we had an RSS feed (our News). So if you're using version 7 or 8 of Internet Explorer you should now see that the feed icon in the bar at the top is no longer greyed out and you can subscribe to it.
Partly due to Facebook's decision to archive our group, like many other groups, and also the death of Xinyi Lu, who was managing the old group information, we've decided to open a new Facebook page.
So please follow this in future (if you're into Facebook).
Our RSS feed is automatic