Posted August 17th, 2004 @ 08:42am by Erik J. Barzeski
Today I'm releasing the source code to a simple, goofy little app that we've used internally several times to make decisions when more than two criteria are involved. It's very easy to compare two things and decide which is better, and this process of decision-making is very much like a round-robin tournament wherein each team plays the other one on one. In this process, each criteria "plays against" the others. They're then ranked by the number of wins.
It's open source, but we retain all rights to its use, publication, etc. I'm taking suggestions on what to do with it - it'd be neat to have it rolled into fink or even Mac OS X (it does rely on Foundation after all), but I haven't got a clue how to go about getting those things accomplished. We'll change the licensing and whatnot once we figure all of this out.
At any rate, you can download the source as a .zip archive (six files, one of which is the project and the other of which is the man page) here. Please post comments here, or email me directly.
Update 2008-12-16: I've updated the URL to a current download location.