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Go player from Vienna, Austria.
My real name is Marcel Grünauer; I'd rate myself as 3k (EGF), 1d (Japan).
I am the manager of the Go7 Go club in Vienna. I also hold the position of Vice President of the Austrian Go Association.
I maintain a Go blog in German: hanekomu.at - Die wunderbare Welt des Go (すばらしい囲碁の世界).
Co-founder of and website maintainer for the Goklub Gote, located in Vienna (Wien), Austria.
I've written a guide to Baduk terminology, translating Korean baduk terms, book titles and player names.
Creator of the Divine Go Problem.
Developer of the Blosxom Plugin for SL.
I've also thought about a few other things:
For me, Go is a way of growing, studying and appreciating culture. Competing with others is not important. It means that I don't want to pressure myself. I don't mind about taking time. If I am taking the time to learn Go, I might as well do it properly. That is what I believe.
At some point I realized that I'd like to enter analyses in an SGF editor but would like to read them in a Wiki style, namely, here. The results can be seen in the subpages of this page. To create them I've used sgf2dg and written a Games::Go::Dg2SL, a converter plugin that outputs Sensei's Library format.
The analyses on the subpages result from discussions with my teacher Ralph Spiegl (5d).
LukeNine45: Actually, this looks useful enough that perhaps it should find a home somewhere on SL? Maybe it could get set up like the SGF diagram converter that's currently availible here? hmmm...