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estayton opened this Issue Nov 4, 2015 · 3 comments

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estayton commented Nov 4, 2015

I have several vague ideas but nothing definite yet. However, I'll be submitting something by the end of the month.

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estayton Nov 28, 2015

The first version is up: https://github.com/estayton/NaNoGenMo-2015

The President of the Moon, a novel by Jules VeRNN: 58,394 words.

This became more of a playing-with-new technology project for me. I won't make any grand claims for the artistry of Vernn's creation, but it meets the criterion for novel-hood. It is also vaguely readable. I will update it if additional training over the next few days improves the readability of the output.

estayton commented Nov 28, 2015

The first version is up: https://github.com/estayton/NaNoGenMo-2015

The President of the Moon, a novel by Jules VeRNN: 58,394 words.

This became more of a playing-with-new technology project for me. I won't make any grand claims for the artistry of Vernn's creation, but it meets the criterion for novel-hood. It is also vaguely readable. I will update it if additional training over the next few days improves the readability of the output.

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ikarth Nov 28, 2015

"Vaguely readable" puts you in pretty good company. While I'm sure many of us would like to get to "actually readable" consistently, I tend to think that playing with possible approaches is an important part of exploring and researching.

ikarth commented Nov 28, 2015

"Vaguely readable" puts you in pretty good company. While I'm sure many of us would like to get to "actually readable" consistently, I tend to think that playing with possible approaches is an important part of exploring and researching.

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enkiv2 Nov 29, 2015

We keep getting closer and closer to "actually readable" every year, and it
continually shocks me with how much progress we make.

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"Vaguely readable" puts you in pretty good company. While I'm sure many of
us would like to get to "actually readable" consistently, I tend to think
that playing with possible approaches is an important part of exploring and
researching.


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enkiv2 commented Nov 29, 2015

We keep getting closer and closer to "actually readable" every year, and it
continually shocks me with how much progress we make.

On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 1:07 AM Isaac Karth notifications@github.com
wrote:

"Vaguely readable" puts you in pretty good company. While I'm sure many of
us would like to get to "actually readable" consistently, I tend to think
that playing with possible approaches is an important part of exploring and
researching.


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