Sharing our simulation results

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There is a new project that we would like to start working on at Icy Veins. It has to do with sharing our simulation results.

We have this backup server that doesn't do much except take over when the main server is under maintenance, which happens for a few minutes every 2 weeks. So I'm thinking to use all the processing power on that server to running simulations all the time, and then generate nice results with graphics and stat weight variations as the gear improves.

I'm hoping to get started on this project this week and have early results to present for mages. Maybe you guys will be able to give me some feedback or new ideas to improve the thing.

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