At my university, I'm an undergraduate TA teaching an intro programming class. We got a bit ahead of schedule, so I decided we could have an optional-purely-for-your-own-benefit-no-this-won't-be-on-the-midterm perl lecture, which pretty much everyone seemed to like.
At the end of the lecture, I showed them a few cool perl obfus like Camel Code, Spiraling Quine, Find-A-Func, and Fish Dinner. They wanted to see more, but I honestly couldn't think of any other classics off of the top of my head.
So, I was wondering if it were possible to add a "sort by" field to super-search that would allow a user to sort by reputation instead of by date. Then, someone could enter a query that would amount to sql like "SELECT nodes FROM obfuscations LIKE '' SORT BY reputation LIMIT 100" and see the top 100 obfuscations.
I would dig it, at least.
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