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==2015==
 
==2015==
* February 20: Catagolue becomes operative.
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* February 20: Catagolue becomes operative.<ref name="post17038" />
* April 24: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one trillion objects.
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* April 24: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one trillion objects.<ref name="post18988" />
 
* September 2: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of ten trillion objects.
 
* September 2: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of ten trillion objects.
 
* September 16: the [[pony express]], the first natural [[infinite-growth pattern]] other than the [[block-laying switch engine]] and [[glider-producing switch engine]] is found in a soup.<ref name="ponyexpress1" /> After being initially rejected by Catagolue, the containing haul is recomputed and manually committed on September 28.<ref name="ponyexpress2" />
 
* September 16: the [[pony express]], the first natural [[infinite-growth pattern]] other than the [[block-laying switch engine]] and [[glider-producing switch engine]] is found in a soup.<ref name="ponyexpress1" /> After being initially rejected by Catagolue, the containing haul is recomputed and manually committed on September 28.<ref name="ponyexpress2" />
* September 24: Catagolue supports the generation of backups, including daily backups for the C1 symmetry of [[Conway's Game of Life]].
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* September 24: Catagolue supports the generation of backups, including daily backups for the C1 symmetry of [[Conway's Game of Life]].<ref name="post22956" />
 
* October 5: the first instance of [[Phoenix 1]], the last remaining unseen 12-bit object, is found.<ref name="catagolue20151005" />
 
* October 5: the first instance of [[Phoenix 1]], the last remaining unseen 12-bit object, is found.<ref name="catagolue20151005" />
* October 21: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of twenty trillion objects.
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* October 21: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of twenty trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2015-10-22|title=Census|accessdate=October 22, 2015}}</ref>
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* October 27: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one trillion soups.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2015-10-27|title=Census|accessdate=October 27, 2015}}</ref>
  
 
==2016==
 
==2016==
 
* January 25: [[Aidan F. Pierce]] releases a hacked version of [[apgsearch]] v0.54 which can search [[isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata]] rules and upload the results to Catagolue.<ref name="post27013" />
 
* January 25: [[Aidan F. Pierce]] releases a hacked version of [[apgsearch]] v0.54 which can search [[isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata]] rules and upload the results to Catagolue.<ref name="post27013" />
* February 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 50 trillion objects exactly one year after Catagolue was launched.
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* February 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 50 trillion objects exactly one year after Catagolue was launched.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2016-02-21|title=Census|accessdate=February 21, 2016}}</ref>
* June 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100 trillion objects.
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* June 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2016-06-21|title=Census|accessdate=June 21, 2016}}</ref>
* July 5: a new {{period|16}} [[oscillator]], [[Rich's p16]], is discovered in the ash of a [[symmetry|D2_+1]] soup.
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* July 5: a new {{period|16}} [[oscillator]], [[Rich's p16]], is discovered in the ash of a [[symmetry|D2_+1]] soup.<ref name="post32766" />
* July 6: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 5 trillion soups.
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* July 6: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 5 trillion soups.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2016-07-06|title=Census|accessdate=July 6, 2016}}</ref>
* August 22: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100,000 distinct objects.
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* August 12: a 56-bit [[still life]], the [[cloverleaf interchange]], is found in the B3/S23/C1 census, making it the largest still life to appear naturally.<ref name="post34242" />
* September 4: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 150 trillion objects.
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* August 22: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100,000 distinct objects.<ref name="post34623" />
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* September 4: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 150 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2016-09-04|title=Census|accessdate=September 4, 2016}}</ref>
 
* September 20: [[Symmetry|D2_+2]] becomes the first [[Conway's Game of Life|B3/S23]] symmetry other than C1 to reach 1 trillion objects.
 
* September 20: [[Symmetry|D2_+2]] becomes the first [[Conway's Game of Life|B3/S23]] symmetry other than C1 to reach 1 trillion objects.
  
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* January 13: Catagolue starts collecting [[slow salvo]] data using the SS pseudo-symmetry.
 
* January 13: Catagolue starts collecting [[slow salvo]] data using the SS pseudo-symmetry.
 
* March 15: B38/S23/C1 ([[Pedestrian Life]]) becomes the first rule/symmetry other than B3/S23/C1 to reach 10 trillion objects.
 
* March 15: B38/S23/C1 ([[Pedestrian Life]]) becomes the first rule/symmetry other than B3/S23/C1 to reach 10 trillion objects.
* May 16: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 200 trillion objects.
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* May 16: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 200 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2017-05-16|title=Census|accessdate=May 16, 2017}}</ref>
 
* August 19: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Generations]] and [[Birth on zero neighbours|B0]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.0.<ref name="post49184" />
 
* August 19: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Generations]] and [[Birth on zero neighbours|B0]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.0.<ref name="post49184" />
 
* August 21: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Larger than Life]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.1.<ref name="post49541" />
 
* August 21: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Larger than Life]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.1.<ref name="post49541" />
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* October 29: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[BSFKL]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.56.<ref name="post65313" />
 
* October 29: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[BSFKL]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.56.<ref name="post65313" />
 
* November 7: Catagolue gains the ability to census higher-range totalistic [[Life-like cellular automata]], fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.63.<ref name="post65439" />
 
* November 7: Catagolue gains the ability to census higher-range totalistic [[Life-like cellular automata]], fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.63.<ref name="post65439" />
* November 29: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 250 trillion objects.
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* November 29: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 250 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2018-11-29|title=Census|accessdate=November 29, 2018}}</ref>
* December 1: Catagolue gains the ability to census isotropic [[hexagonal neighborhood]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.66; only C1, 1x256, 2x128, 4x64 and 8x32 are supported, not higher symmetries, as these are currently incompatible with the hexagonal neighbourhood.<ref name="post66090" />
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* December 1: Catagolue gains the ability to census isotropic [[hexagonal neighborhood]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.66; only C1, 1x256, 2x128, 4x64 and 8x32 were initially supported, not higher symmetries, as these were incompatible with the hexagonal neighbourhood.<ref name="post66090" /> Later, support for all [[Symmetry#Hexagonal-grid_and_triangular-grid_symmetries|hexagonal symmetries]] except for C3_3 and D6_3 was added.<ref name="post66627" /><ref name="post66638" />
 
* December 11: the first instance of the [[heptapole]], the last remaining unseen 13-bit object, is found.<ref name="post66400" />
 
* December 11: the first instance of the [[heptapole]], the last remaining unseen 13-bit object, is found.<ref name="post66400" />
* December 11: Catagolue starts collecting data on [[diehard]]s, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.69.
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* December 11: Catagolue starts collecting data on [[diehard]]s, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.69.<ref name="post66402" />
* December 12: Catagolue supports [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gzip gzip] compression of certain tabulations.
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* December 12: Catagolue supports [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gzip gzip] compression of certain tabulations.<ref name="post66417" />
 
* December 26: The source code for Catagolue is released under an MIT licence.
 
* December 26: The source code for Catagolue is released under an MIT licence.
  
 
==2019==
 
==2019==
* January 3: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 300 trillion objects.
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* January 3: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 300 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2019-01-03|title=Census|accessdate=January 3, 2019}}</ref>
* January 9: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Golly]] rule tables and rule trees, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.8.
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* January 9: Catagolue gains the ability to census [[Golly]] rule tables and rule trees, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.8.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://gitlab.com/apgoucher/apgmera/-/commit/689faba78cda80a91617c615a4644790f5ee75dc|title=Support for custom rules and neighbourhoods|author=Adam P. Goucher|date=January 9, 2019|work=GitLab}}</ref>
* January 15: Catagolue gains native support for [[Deficient]] and [[Extended Generations]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.83.
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* January 15: Catagolue gains native support for [[Deficient]] and [[Extended Generations]] rules, fed by [[apgsearch]] 4.83.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://gitlab.com/apgoucher/apgmera/-/commit/a5812bb36a3f2d40b7fbf630f90546bbf1bf1fe4|title=Native support for Extended Generations and Deficient rules courtesy of M. I. Wright|author=Adam P. Goucher|date=January 15, 2019|work=GitLab}}</ref>
 
* February 12: a [[Schick engine]] first appears naturally in an asymmetric soup.<ref name="post70479" />
 
* February 12: a [[Schick engine]] first appears naturally in an asymmetric soup.<ref name="post70479" />
 
* March 3: a [[figure eight on pentadecathlon]] first appears in an asymmetric [[soup]],<ref name="post72438" /> making it the highest period oscillator to have occurred [[natural]]ly.<ref>{{citeCatagolueStats|March 3, 2019}}</ref>
 
* March 3: a [[figure eight on pentadecathlon]] first appears in an asymmetric [[soup]],<ref name="post72438" /> making it the highest period oscillator to have occurred [[natural]]ly.<ref>{{citeCatagolueStats|March 3, 2019}}</ref>
 
* March 24: Catagolue starts collecting data on soups with large final populations, fed by [[apgsearch]] 5.03.<ref name="post73826" />
 
* March 24: Catagolue starts collecting data on soups with large final populations, fed by [[apgsearch]] 5.03.<ref name="post73826" />
 
* March 27: the first instance of long<sup>4</sup> [[melusine]], the last remaining unseen 14-bit [[still life]], is found.<ref name="post74007" />
 
* March 27: the first instance of long<sup>4</sup> [[melusine]], the last remaining unseen 14-bit [[still life]], is found.<ref name="post74007" />
* March 31: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one million submitted hauls.
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* March 31: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one million submitted hauls.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2019-04-01|title=Census|accessdate=April 1, 2019}}</ref>
* April 12: Catagolue starts collecting data about glider syntheses from [[Shinjuku]].
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* April 12: Catagolue starts collecting data about glider syntheses from [[Shinjuku]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://gitlab.com/apgoucher/catagolue/-/commit/f3b4ab346fc7e66f5626f754544ae31f72c83ee2|title=Potentially allow Catagolue to receive syntheses|author=Adam P. Goucher|date=April 12, 2019|work=GitLab}}</ref>
* April 14: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 400 trillion objects.
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* April 14: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 400 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2019-04-14|title=Census|accessdate=April 14, 2019}}</ref>
 
* May 12: a GPU-powered apgsearch instance finds a natural [[sidecar]] in an asymmetric 16x16 soup.<ref name="post76084" />
 
* May 12: a GPU-powered apgsearch instance finds a natural [[sidecar]] in an asymmetric 16x16 soup.<ref name="post76084" />
 
* September 9: the 17-in-17 [[glider synthesis]] project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.<ref name="post82560" />
 
* September 9: the 17-in-17 [[glider synthesis]] project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.<ref name="post82560" />
 
* October 9: the 18-bit still life synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.<ref name="post83979" />
 
* October 9: the 18-bit still life synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.<ref name="post83979" />
* December 18: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 500 trillion objects.
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* December 18: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 500 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2019-12-18|title=Census|accessdate=December 18, 2019}}</ref>
* December 27: X3VI becomes the first [[isotropic non-totalistic]] rule to officially reach 1 trillion objects.
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* December 27: [https://catagolue.appspot.com/census/b2c3aei4ajnr5acns2-ci3-ck4in5jkq6c7c/C1 X3VI] becomes the first [[isotropic non-totalistic]] rule to officially reach 1 trillion objects.
  
 
==2020==
 
==2020==
* February 9: [[Rob's p16]] appears in the B3/S23/G1 census, marking Catagolue's first discovery of a new oscillator [[rotor]] from asymmetric soup as well as the first period 16 oscillator arising from asymmetry.
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* February 8: the 19-bit still life synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.<ref name="post89061" />
* February 11: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 600 trillion objects.
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* February 9: [[Rob's p16]] appears in the B3/S23/G1 census, marking Catagolue's first discovery of a new oscillator [[rotor]] from asymmetric soup as well as the first period 16 oscillator arising from asymmetry.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=haul/b3s23/G1/477c29ce65dab871f2889810e344bece|title=Haul|accessdate=February 10, 2020}}</ref><ref name="post89261" />
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* February 11: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 600 trillion objects.<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=census/b3s23/C1-2020-02-11|title=Census|accessdate=February 11, 2020}}</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
<references>
 
<references>
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<ref name="post17038">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = apgsearch v1.0
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|p      = 17038
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
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|date  = February 20, 2015
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post18988">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Soup search results
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|p      = 18988
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|author = Billabob
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|date  = April 24, 2015
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post22956">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Catagolue backups
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|p      = 22956
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
 +
|date  = September 24, 2015
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}}</ref>
 
<ref name="ponyexpress1">{{cite web
 
<ref name="ponyexpress1">{{cite web
 
|url        = http://www.conwaylife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1784&p=23022#p23022
 
|url        = http://www.conwaylife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1784&p=23022#p23022
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|author = Aidan F. Pierce
 
|author = Aidan F. Pierce
 
|date  = January 25, 2016
 
|date  = January 25, 2016
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post32766">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Soup search results
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|p      = 32766
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|author = Ivan Fomichev
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|date  = July 5, 2016
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post34242">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Soup search results
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|p      = 34242
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|author = Apple Bottom
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|date  = August 12, 2016
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post34623">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Soup search results
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|p      = 34623
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|author = Apple Bottom
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|date  = August 22, 2016
 
}}</ref>
 
}}</ref>
 
<ref name="post49184">{{LinkForumThread
 
<ref name="post49184">{{LinkForumThread
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
 
|author = Adam P. Goucher
 
|date  = December 1, 2018
 
|date  = December 1, 2018
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post66402">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: apgsearch v4.0
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|p      = 66402
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|author = Ian07
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|date  = December 11, 2018
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post66627">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: apgsearch v4.0
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|p      = 66627
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
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|date  = December 19, 2018
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post66638">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: apgsearch v4.0
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|p      = 66638
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
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|date  = December 20, 2018
 
}}</ref>
 
}}</ref>
 
<ref name="post66400">{{LinkForumThread
 
<ref name="post66400">{{LinkForumThread
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|author = Billabob
 
|author = Billabob
 
|date  = December 11, 2018
 
|date  = December 11, 2018
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post66417">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Catagolue Discussion Thread
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|p      = 66417
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|author = Adam P. Goucher
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|date  = December 12, 2018
 
}}</ref>
 
}}</ref>
 
<ref name="post70479">{{LinkForumThread
 
<ref name="post70479">{{LinkForumThread
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|author = Ian07
 
|author = Ian07
 
|date  = October 9, 2019
 
|date  = October 9, 2019
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post89061">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: 19-bit still life syntheses
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|p      = 89061
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|author = Martin Grant
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|date  = February 8, 2020
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}}</ref>
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<ref name="post89261">{{LinkForumThread
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|format = ref
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|title  = Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread
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|p      = 89261
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|author = Tanner Jacobi
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|date  = February 10, 2020
 
}}</ref>
 
}}</ref>
 
</references>
 
</references>
  
 
[[Category:Censuses|Catagolue, History of]]
 
[[Category:Censuses|Catagolue, History of]]

Latest revision as of 15:31, 14 February 2020

The following is an overview of the history of Adam P. Goucher's Catagolue.

2015

  • February 20: Catagolue becomes operative.[1]
  • April 24: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one trillion objects.[2]
  • September 2: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of ten trillion objects.
  • September 16: the pony express, the first natural infinite-growth pattern other than the block-laying switch engine and glider-producing switch engine is found in a soup.[3] After being initially rejected by Catagolue, the containing haul is recomputed and manually committed on September 28.[4]
  • September 24: Catagolue supports the generation of backups, including daily backups for the C1 symmetry of Conway's Game of Life.[5]
  • October 5: the first instance of Phoenix 1, the last remaining unseen 12-bit object, is found.[6]
  • October 21: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of twenty trillion objects.[7]
  • October 27: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one trillion soups.[8]

2016

  • January 25: Aidan F. Pierce releases a hacked version of apgsearch v0.54 which can search isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata rules and upload the results to Catagolue.[9]
  • February 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 50 trillion objects exactly one year after Catagolue was launched.[10]
  • June 20: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100 trillion objects.[11]
  • July 5: a new period-16 oscillator, Rich's p16, is discovered in the ash of a D2_+1 soup.[12]
  • July 6: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 5 trillion soups.[13]
  • August 12: a 56-bit still life, the cloverleaf interchange, is found in the B3/S23/C1 census, making it the largest still life to appear naturally.[14]
  • August 22: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 100,000 distinct objects.[15]
  • September 4: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 150 trillion objects.[16]
  • September 20: D2_+2 becomes the first B3/S23 symmetry other than C1 to reach 1 trillion objects.

2017

  • January 13: Catagolue starts collecting slow salvo data using the SS pseudo-symmetry.
  • March 15: B38/S23/C1 (Pedestrian Life) becomes the first rule/symmetry other than B3/S23/C1 to reach 10 trillion objects.
  • May 16: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 200 trillion objects.[17]
  • August 19: Catagolue gains the ability to census Generations and B0 rules, fed by apgsearch 4.0.[18]
  • August 21: Catagolue gains the ability to census Larger than Life rules, fed by apgsearch 4.1.[19]
  • September 10: Catagolue gains official support for isotropic non-totalistic rules, fed by apgsearch 4.2.[20] Previously, these rules required a hacked version of the original apgsearch Golly script.

2018

2019

  • January 3: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 300 trillion objects.[32]
  • January 9: Catagolue gains the ability to census Golly rule tables and rule trees, fed by apgsearch 4.8.[33]
  • January 15: Catagolue gains native support for Deficient and Extended Generations rules, fed by apgsearch 4.83.[34]
  • February 12: a Schick engine first appears naturally in an asymmetric soup.[35]
  • March 3: a figure eight on pentadecathlon first appears in an asymmetric soup,[36] making it the highest period oscillator to have occurred naturally.[37]
  • March 24: Catagolue starts collecting data on soups with large final populations, fed by apgsearch 5.03.[38]
  • March 27: the first instance of long4 melusine, the last remaining unseen 14-bit still life, is found.[39]
  • March 31: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of one million submitted hauls.[40]
  • April 12: Catagolue starts collecting data about glider syntheses from Shinjuku.[41]
  • April 14: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 400 trillion objects.[42]
  • May 12: a GPU-powered apgsearch instance finds a natural sidecar in an asymmetric 16x16 soup.[43]
  • September 9: the 17-in-17 glider synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.[44]
  • October 9: the 18-bit still life synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.[45]
  • December 18: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 500 trillion objects.[46]
  • December 27: X3VI becomes the first isotropic non-totalistic rule to officially reach 1 trillion objects.

2020

  • February 8: the 19-bit still life synthesis project is completed, using Catagolue's synthesis tabulations for bookkeeping.[47]
  • February 9: Rob's p16 appears in the B3/S23/G1 census, marking Catagolue's first discovery of a new oscillator rotor from asymmetric soup as well as the first period 16 oscillator arising from asymmetry.[48][49]
  • February 11: the B3/S23/C1 census reaches a total of 600 trillion objects.[50]

References

  1. Adam P. Goucher (February 20, 2015). apgsearch v1.0 (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  2. Billabob (April 24, 2015). Re: Soup search results (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  3. Apple Bottom (2015-09-27). "Re: apgsearch v2.2". ConwayLife.com forums. Retrieved on 2016-06-30.
  4. Adam P. Goucher (2015-09-28). "Re: apgsearch v2.2". ConwayLife.com forums. Retrieved on 2016-06-30.
  5. Adam P. Goucher (September 24, 2015). Catagolue backups (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  6. Adam P. Goucher (2015-10-05). "Census (2015-10-05 backup)". Catagolue. Retrieved on 2016-06-29.
  7. Adam P. Goucher. "Census". Catagolue. Retrieved on October 22, 2015.
  8. Adam P. Goucher. "Census". Catagolue. Retrieved on October 27, 2015.
  9. Aidan F. Pierce (January 25, 2016). Re: Hacking apgsearch (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
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