JunFa is a chinese chess engine compliant with the CXBoard v1 communication protocol. It is the first OSS bitboard-based Chinese Chess engine released to the public. Its methods of move generation and board representation make it fast and capable of evaluating multiple board states very quickly.
You might also consider not talking crap about someone's patch submision in front of them. When someone takes the time to actually attempt fixing a problem and track you down to give you the patch, don't kick them in the teeth. If the patch is mistaken there are better ways to tell them then saying, "This is crap and I am not going to use it." There are certain projects I won't be helping because this is the responce I got when trying to be a helpful user.
This would be under "Common Courtesy" in the article, but I think it deserves special attention. When someone goes out of their way to attempt a sollution to the bug be nice to them.
Re: updating : Is it really necessary to force the world into GPL ?
> About included GPLed code inside an
> project: the author of the GPLed code
> may allow you to
> relicense the code. If he does not, you
> will still be able to
> reuse the code, but under the terms of
> the GPL.
That means the GPL is not BSD compatable. Since you just said the same thing I did, I fail to see how you can claim I don't know what I am talking about.