Talk:P60 glider gun
Here is the RLE pattern file, if you would like to add the pattern to the server:
#CXRLE Pos=-18,-13 Gen=0 x = 36, y = 47, rule = B3/S23 4bo$4b3o$7bo$6b2o5$8b3o$7bo3bo2$6bo5bo$6b2o3b2o3$9bo$7b2obo$10bo$6bo3b o$6bo2bo$5b5o$5b5o$4b2o3b2o$5b5o$6b3o5bobo$7bo7b2o$15bo6$4b2o$5bo$2b3o $2bo$9bo$9b2o$5b2o3b2o14bo$10b3o13bobo$10b2o15bobo$2b2o5b2o16bo2bo$bob o5bo17bobo$bo24bobo3b2o$2o24bo5bobo$34bo$34b2o!
The last username left 00:52, 30 December 2009 (UTC)
This pattern page does not meet the LifeWiki pattern notability guidlines, as it is not the smallest, nor the first discovered period-60 glider gun. Beyond this, a Gosper glider gun based p60 gun doesn't really warrant its own page, as it could easily be included in the gallery of the Gosper glider gun page. For a collection of small guns of each period up to 999, one should see Dietrich Leithner and Peter Rott's gun collection, which can be downloaded from Jason Summer's website, here (note that many of the guns in this collection are pseudo-period).
Also, here is the smallest known p60 glider gun:
x = 39, y = 27, rule = B3/S23 27bo$27b4o$11bo16b4o$10bobo5b2o8bo2bo5b2o$3b2o3b2o3bo14b4o5b2o$3b2o3b 2o3bo4bobob2o3b4o$8b2o3bo5b2o3bo2bo$10bobo10bo$11bo8bo2bo2$26bobo$28bo $24bo$26bo$25bo2$11b2o$11b2o4bo$2o6b2o6b5ob2o$2o5b3o5bo2b2o4bo$8b2o5b 2o8bo12bo$11b2o4bo7bo10bobo$11b2o12bo11b2o$24bo8b2o$22b2o9bobo$35bo$ 35b2o!
~Sokwe 07:29, 24 January 2010 (UTC)
Other than not being notable, I have added the smallest period-60 gun (twogun) to the image gallery of Gosper glider gun, so the information here is redundant.
~Sokwe 22:25, 28 October 2010 (UTC)