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README.md

Code Monkey

A million apes pounding away at keys long enough will eventually write Hamlet.

As a sign of the progress of our systems, we now have more or less a need for an "automated programmer" (or Debian maintainer). This is because, much in the same way that CMU's gaze estimator builds on their stable platform for Active Appearance Models which accurately model head position, we now have a large architecture for manipulating and working on packages. This allows us to mount a "code-monkey", i.e. gives us the setting in which to develop tools which can be applied to improving what already exists in terms of automated methods for dealing with code. Therefore the code-monkey system is appropriate. It fits in naturally with the existing hierarchy - radar predator architect boss (code-monkey).

https://frdcsa.org/frdcsa/internal/code-monkey

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