Comments on Comment faire un jeu de cartes à partir d'un quadrangle généralisé

Ruxor (2019-02-05T20:42:05Z)

@jonas: Another example of what I was writing about in my latest post (<URL: http://www.madore.org/~david/weblog/d.2019-02-02.2579.html#d.2019-02-02.2579 >): I've meant to talk about this structure and card deck for ages on my blog, but I have so much to say about it (from the combinatorics of Schläfli double-sixes to how I chose the symbols and arranged them on the cards) that I can never get around to it — whereas on Twitter I managed to stay somewhat concise.

jonas (2019-02-05T19:18:08Z)

Followup by Ruxor: “I have this nice deck of 36 custom-made cards designed according to the combinatorics of a elegantly symmetric mathematical structure (namely: the double-sixes of lines on a cubic surface)” <URL: https://twitter.com/gro_tsen/status/1092529968482009089 >

zEgg (2015-07-23T14:51:18Z)

Il doit bien y avoir des dessins vectoriels de notes de musiques disponibles quelque part. Tu peux alors utiliser une gamme tétratonique genre si-ré-fa-sol♯.

Vocabulaire (2015-07-22T23:00:16Z)

Il semble qu'il faille distinguer les enseignes (anglais suit) et les couleurs (anglais colour). Cependant, tout le monde fait la confusion (y compris moi-même, jusqu'à il y a dix minutes), ce qui est fort fâcheux, comme tu le dis.


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