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|Some SETI@home volunteers put together a [url=http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/arthur_c_clarke.html]tribute to Arthur C
||1||SETI News||7226||7 Apr 2008|
|Last night the BOINC database server crashed - all services are recovering now.
||1||SETI News||5454||3 Apr 2008|
||1||SETI News||5546||18 Mar 2008|
|A tip of the hat to the
Clemson University #1 team, which has been
the top-ranked team in the University category for several years.
||1||SETI News||6071||31 Jan 2008|
|We have been informed of the passing of a dedicated SETI@home volunteer and active participant on the forums, Dennis Peters, (aka Dogbytes)
||1||SETI News||6695||18 Jan 2008|
|A new article from the Planetary Society:
From SETI@home to Hominid Fossils: Citizen Cyberscience Reshapes Research Landscape
||1||SETI News||9608||15 Jan 2008|
|UC Berkeley Press Release: SETI@home looking for more volunteers.
||1||SETI News||5712||3 Jan 2008|
|Outage Update: Last night (December 6) around 15:00 PST we powered
down the entire project for lab-wide electrical repairs
||1||SETI News||5818||7 Dec 2007|
|Live in Washington DC? Get together with other BOINC users via
(or create a Meetup
in your own city).
||1||SETI News||5599||28 Nov 2007|
|The preferences for email notification of private messages
was mistakenly initialized to 'on'.
We have changed it to 'off' for all users.
If you want to turn it back on,
||1||SETI News||8057||18 Nov 2007|
|We will be having a 4 hour outage on Monday, 11/19/2007, starting at 10:00 PST
||1||SETI News||5584||16 Nov 2007|
|New science newsletter:
Planetary System Detected Around SETI@home Target Star
(article from the the Planetary Society
||1||SETI News||5651||8 Nov 2007|
|A big index build is stressing our science databases and the splitters are running very slowly
||1||SETI News||5696||8 Nov 2007|
|SETI@home user Melt Wreckage sent us a song Arecibo Dance inspired by the
1974 radio transmission from Arecibo.
||1||SETI News||6009||17 Oct 2007|
|We are having air conditioning problems
||1||SETI News||5454||14 Oct 2007|
|In order to quickly recover from the fallout of recent server outages, we'll be offline all night to clean up the database
||1||SETI News||5539||8 Oct 2007|
|Upload service is back to normal
||1||SETI News||5464||5 Oct 2007|
|We tried moving the upload store off of a possibly flaky disk array yesterday
||1||SETI News||5479||4 Oct 2007|
|We had three server crashes over the weekend and are recovering now
||1||SETI News||5618||1 Oct 2007|
|We note the passing of dedicated SETI@home volunteer John McCoy. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to his friends and family.
||1||SETI News||5707||19 Sep 2007|
|There were some problems with our science database server over the weekend but we are
currently creating and sending out new work.
||1||SETI News||6273||10 Sep 2007|
|The problematic server is back up and work is flowing.
||1||SETI News||5592||12 Aug 2007|
|Were're having problems with one our servers
||1||SETI News||6110||11 Aug 2007|
|Our BOINC database server crashed this afternoon and finally recovered
||1||SETI News||5813||6 Aug 2007|
|Our Internet connectivity was restored at 01:00 PDT today.
||1||SETI News||5606||23 Jul 2007|
|All of our servers came up fine after the power outage
||1||SETI News||6657||22 Jul 2007|
|There will be a lab-wide power outage (for repairs in a nearby building) this weekend
||1||SETI News||5731||19 Jul 2007|
|If you are having problems with the MacOS version of SETI@home (5.21) please reset the project to get version 5.22.
||1||SETI News||5371||19 Jul 2007|
|Here's a SETI@home Update (article written by the Planetary Society).
||1||SETI News||5592||9 Jul 2007|
|A mysterious source of radio interference has been identified and fixed - read about it here.
||1||SETI News||5535||9 Jul 2007|
|Amir Alexander of The Planetary Society talks about
SETI, distributed computing, and space exploration in an interview by Mike of BOINC UK.
||1||SETI News||5954||2 Jul 2007|
|Help increase SETI@home's computing power -
publicize SETI@home and BOINC by writing to computer magazines.
||1||SETI News||5778||27 Jun 2007|
|We have an update on the Arecibo Painting Upgrade.
||1||SETI News||5323||19 Jun 2007|
|We're having a brief server outage to reconfigure our databases
||1||SETI News||5666||13 Jun 2007|
|Read about how to participate in grid computing projects that benefit humanity.
||1||SETI News||6016||12 Jun 2007|
|We're moving our usual Tuesday outage to today (Monday) in order to clean
up some problems we've been having with the BOINC database over the weekend.
The data servers and most web pages will be offline during this time.
||1||SETI News||5727||11 Jun 2007|
|We are back up after some additional complications
||1||SETI News||5709||25 May 2007|
|The database and project have been down for a few hours
||1||SETI News||5920||25 May 2007|
|We've solved yesterday's problem and we're back up.
||1||SETI News||5498||21 May 2007|
|If your BOINC client is not able to upload to or download from
the SETI@Home servers, look for the message Message from Server: Incomplete request received
in the BOINC Manager messages area
||1||SETI News||5834||18 May 2007|
|We got the new server yesterday, inserted our old disks and booted
||1||SETI News||5735||12 May 2007|
|Our science database server died on Tuesday, May 1st.
We haven't been able to create new workunits since then (though we are still
accepting completed results)
||1||SETI News||5783||9 May 2007|
|Great news! Sun Microsystems is coming to the rescue
and will be replacing our inoperative science data base server
||1||SETI News||5415||4 May 2007|
|Happy May Day
||1||SETI News||6112||1 May 2007|
|Since the announcement of Gliese 581c
(the first possibly habitable extrasolar planet), we've been asked many times about
what we have seen during our observations of this red dwarf star.
||1||SETI News||5888||30 Apr 2007|
|Arecibo Observatory is currently shut down for three months to
clean up corrosion on the telescope platform (which includes safe
removal of lead paint)
||1||SETI News||18957||23 Apr 2007|
|As we are close to distributing new data recorded with the multi-beam
recorder, we decreased redundancy levels for current data
||1||SETI News||5276||21 Apr 2007|
|We are moving our database service around
||1||SETI News||5465||4 Apr 2007|
|This week our servers are being patched to include the new
Daylight Savings Time schedule
||1||SETI News||5699||5 Mar 2007|
|Yet another reason to run SETI@home - it can help
recover stolen laptops.
||1||SETI News||5472||21 Feb 2007|
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