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Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 23:58:53 -0300 (BRT)
From: Marcos Antonio Simplicio Junior <>
Subject: Re: [PHC] Call for pseudocode

Hi. Steve. 

We will try to do it with Lyra2's pseudocode, so you can skip it for now (I would hate to have a carnivorous sponge attacking you in your dreams, anyway :-) ) 


Marcos Simplicio. 

----- Mensagem original -----

> De: "Steve Thomas" <>
> Para:
> Enviadas: Segunda-feira, 7 de Abril de 2014 10:15:02
> Assunto: [PHC] Call for pseudocode

> Also see [ Re: pseudocode for Makwa]

> I'm trying my best to write pseudocode for submissions and was going
> to
> post this on the list when I finished. So submitters could check if
> they
> are accurate representations of their algorithms. I took a few days
> off
> from this when it was invading my dreams :). It was odd, code was
> attacking
> me.

> So far I got AntCrypt, Argon, battcrypt, Catena, Catfish, Centrifuge,
> and
> EARWORM. If you want to please look at those and try to base your
> pseudocode on them. I'll wait a few days for you to reply and then
> start up
> again alphabetically. If you plan on doing it yourself and it's
> taking
> awhile or you don't have free time right now, please reply so I don't
> waste
> time writing it for you, just to have you want it replaced.

> You can find everything on the wiki:

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