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lockedOutage update: Though we moved a bulk of the data onto the new science database server over the weekend, there is still plenty to do before we can start using this new server
1 SETI News 5433 11 Sep 2006
lockedThe Planetary Society article on the new multibeam receiver and data recorder is now available as an MP3 file, thanks to the efforts of BOINC UK.
1 SETI News 5021 8 Sep 2006
lockedWe ran out of work to send out due to our science database going down. More details in Technical News.
1 SETI News 5335 8 Sep 2006
lockedCheck out the screensaver background image submitted by a user (and send us your own).
1 SETI News 5550 4 Sep 2006
lockedGridRepublic, which lets you manage your account on SETI@home and other BOINC projects, recently moved into beta test. It was written up by CNET.
1 SETI News 4918 24 Aug 2006
lockedTeams may now order SETI@home T-shirts and mugs with their team logo added.
1 SETI News 5383 21 Aug 2006
lockedRead the latest science newsletter from the Planetary Society about our new multi-beam receiver.
1 SETI News 4861 14 Aug 2006
lockedSpread the word about SETI@home - send email to your friends and family.
1 SETI News 5449 28 Jul 2006
lockedBOINC user survey: due to a bug in our software, answers to the question 'Which are the most important factors when you decide whether to participate in a BOINC project?' were not recorded correctly. Please [url=http://boinc.berke
1 SETI News 5314 22 Jul 2006
lockedPlease fill out the BOINC user survey. Your responses will help us improve SETI@home
1 SETI News 5232 15 Jul 2006
lockedWe had a power glitch this morning that brought down our science database
1 SETI News 5129 14 Jul 2006
lockedLast night we had a lab-wide power outage to diagnose electrical problems in a nearby facility. More detail available in Technical News.
1 SETI News 5003 7 Jul 2006
lockedLast week the new multi-beam data recorder was installed at Arecibo Observatory and has already taken some data
1 SETI News 5010 15 Jun 2006
lockedThere will be a brief outage today at 17:00 UTC for database maintenance
1 SETI News 5033 2 Jun 2006
lockedThe SETI@home store is now open. Buy unique SETI@home items - coffee mugs, T-shirts, caps, space pens and more - all with SETI@home logos and graphics. Part of the proceeds go to support
1 SETI News 7346 30 May 2006
lockedAt 13:30 UTC yesterday the SETI@home upload/download server failed
1 SETI News 5548 30 May 2006
lockedThe costs of electricity, both monetary and environmental, are increasing. Be aware of the energy considerations associated with SETI@home and volunteer computing.
1 SETI News 5212 17 May 2006
lockedAll of our splitters have been altered to create workunits for SETI@home enhanced
1 SETI News 5072 16 May 2006
lockedA cascade of problems today caused inability to return results and later, the inability to download new work
1 SETI News 5387 16 May 2006
lockedAn excellent Catalan-language site, www.seti.cat, has recently opened; check it out.
1 SETI News 5366 14 May 2006
lockedA scene in the new television film, Mammoth (Sci-Fi Channel), prominently features the SETI@Home screensaver
1 SETI News 5188 11 May 2006
lockedThe first SETI@home fundraising drive has drawn to a close
1 SETI News 5149 8 May 2006
lockedWe've started distributing work for a new version of SETI@home called SETI@home Enhanced.
1 SETI News 5175 4 May 2006
lockedLast evening a problem developed on the scheduler host that caused work distribution to slow and then stop
1 SETI News 4978 26 Apr 2006
lockedSETI@Home Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer will be giving a free, public talk about SETI and SETI@Home today on the UC Berkeley campus at 1pm. You're invited to join him in Room 120 Latimer Hall on campus. Also, the SETI Lab will be
1 SETI News 7030 22 Apr 2006
lockedWe're not sure what they're for, but 'kinhull' made a set of SETI@home stamps. Also, Marco Sunder recorded a song Don't you hear us? a
1 SETI News 4922 18 Apr 2006
lockedOur regular Wednesday maintenance outage has been moved to Tuesdays beginning this week
1 SETI News 4774 17 Apr 2006
lockedWe're now over $225,000 so far during our first annual fundraising drive
1 SETI News 4782 4 Apr 2006
lockedBOINCstats.com is one of several excellent web sites showing the statistics of SETI@home and other BOINC projects. It's available in a number of languages, now including [url=http://cn.boin
1 SETI News 4854 3 Apr 2006
lockedAdded a link detailing future plans to the about SETI@home page.
1 SETI News 5042 9 Mar 2006
lockedOur master science database has been checked and is OK
1 SETI News 4840 4 Mar 2006
lockedOur master science database recovered from an unexpected power outage Tuesday morning, but we are still in the process of thoroughly checking the data. More in Technical News.
1 SETI News 5258 3 Mar 2006
lockedBOINCcast is the first German Podcast about BOINC. Weekly episodes of 5 minutes length will explain Distributed Computing and the Goals of BOINC to the German public, and will presen
1 SETI News 4684 19 Feb 2006
lockedBOINC and Climateprediction.net have joined forces with the BBC to launch a new experiment, a full simulation of climate change from 1920 to 2080, described on a BBC television documentary Meltdown (BBC-4,
1 SETI News 5179 14 Feb 2006
lockedBOINC lets you mix in other scientific computing with SETI@home. For example, check out SIMAP, a new project from the Technical University of Munich. SIMAP calculate simil
1 SETI News 5249 6 Feb 2006
lockedWe finished our science database merge (consolidating all data from Classic SETI@home and SETI@home/BOINC) and are back online serving workunits
1 SETI News 4788 20 Jan 2006
lockedIt looks like we may be experiencing local SSL network problems again
1 SETI News 5111 16 Jan 2006
lockedSETI@home Classic users: if you've been unable to link your BOINC and Classic accounts (with the error message 'No SETI@home/BOINC account with Classic ID xxxx was found') please try again; we fixed a bug in the script.
1 SETI News 4850 14 Jan 2006
lockedThere have been numerous but very brief network drop outs over the past few days affecting all of the Space Sciences Lab
1 SETI News 5249 13 Jan 2006
lockedThe final SETI@home Classic work totals have been copied to SETI@home/BOINC, and are shown on User Pages.
1 SETI News 5067 5 Jan 2006
lockedThe outage is over, but there will be a long period of time as our servers work hard to catch up
1 SETI News 5548 5 Jan 2006
lockedYesterday we stopped accepting results for SETI@home Classic. The Classic project stats are now frozen.
1 SETI News 5115 23 Dec 2005
lockedAfter 6 years of operation, SETI@home Classic sent out its last workunit. We will clean up and synchronize the Classic stats with the current SETI@home project in the coming weeks. Thanks to all SETI@home Classic participa
1 SETI News 5196 15 Dec 2005
lockedA story about SETI@home's transition to BOINC appears in the Nature web site.
1 SETI News 4803 15 Dec 2005
lockedWe are now successfully recovering from a week of server connection problems
1 SETI News 5151 13 Dec 2005
lockedWindows users: if you were having problems attaching to SETI@home, please download new client software (5.2.12) and try again. We have fixed some problems involving personal Internet Firew
1 SETI News 5290 26 Nov 2005
lockedYou can now attach to SETI@home using your account key, without setting a password first. (This is a server change - no client download needed.)
1 SETI News 5050 26 Nov 2005
lockedWe are getting reports of problems attaching to SETI@home, and are working to resolve them. [list] If you get stuck in the Proxy Info dialog, make sure you're connected to the Internet and that BOINC is not bl
1 SETI News 5481 25 Nov 2005
lockedWe recently had some problems with busy web servers
1 SETI News 4646 22 Nov 2005
lockedThe official SETI@home Certificate frame is on sale for $34.95! Get one before they're gone.
1 SETI News 5128 18 Nov 2005

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