toonage

Toonage (truncation of 'cartoonage'*) is the diction given to the chronology of (cf. attempts at) iterations to 🧩puzzle solutions (toons).** Wordplay, but should be taken here like 'fine-tuning' (cf., musical tuning). Implies stereotyping on paper.

We tune^ the jukebox (UUe) by threading kernel libraries (+patchwork) for fugue damping.^^ Training comes from redundant server-side proofs🔒 of random walks, courtesy of games/gameplay, which lead to better Q♯🎶 compatibility.

Toons themselves are individually/inductively ordered (n + 1), but because it is feasible for two (2) or more to be confluent, offered is a finitary

Naming convention
Toonage is marked using the following standard alphanumeric:

Toonxx.nn[]# - where "xx" identifies the port, nn is the pencil count, the brackets [] carry the weight, and the addendum, #, is the episode (as an integer).
/// Toons (n+1 induction) exist because the time complexity of each proof requires a relatively large compute per. In other words, there is extreme likelihood that a game/opus will not be completely solved on the first attempt.
(see EGP, meshroom🍄, opus, cassette, cybernetic governance, #recital, Funshine/Toonlight)
/// Principally validating file hierarchy.