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[[PC²]] was developed under the auspices of the [[PC² Project]] at [http://www.csus.edu California State University, Sacramento]  by the [[PC² Team]].
 
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Revision as of 04:12, 18 July 2011

Welcome to PC2Wiki, the Wiki dedicated to information about PC².

PC², an acronym for Programming Contest Control, is a software system designed to manage computer programming contests.

PC² was developed under the auspices of the PC² Project at California State University, Sacramento by the PC² Team.

The PC² system is used in support of programming contest activities throughout the link building

world, including the 

ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) and its Regional Contests on six continents.

The latest version of PC² is Version 9, click here to view the page to download PC² Version 9.

If you have any questions send e-mail to the PC² Team pc2@ecs.csus.edu.

If you have a request for an enhancement (or to report a bug) visit PC² Bugzilla

If you have questions look at the Troubleshooting article for answer and other information.

See our Policies page for information about the scope and policies of this Wiki.