Please share and contribute to this repository: https://github.com/drvinceknight/Axelrod
In the 1908s Axelrod ran a computer tournament that has often been used as a discussion point for how cooperation can evolve in complex systems.
I've modified a workshop I gave in Namibia to allow for simple contributions of strategies to a Prisoner's Dilemma tournament.
I've written a blog post about contributing here: http://goo.gl/zkgSkc and helped me put together a video showing how to submit a strategy with nothing more than the github web interface: http://youtu.be/5kOUVdktxAo
If anyone would like to contribute but does not know Python or does not feel confident in their knowledge of git/github please do get in touch.
All strategies would be welcome: not just winning ones :D
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