> Stats might not mean everything to everybody - but it is nice to see where
> you're at.
> I was all the way up to 11555 the other day and the UC Berkley stopped sending
> WUS. I've slipped attrociously. (boo hoo)
> But my biggest gripe is that we provide free computing power to a university
> in the USA that tries to trell the world it is a leader in information
> technology, yet it can't get a simple scheduling task done (the scheduling
> task is getting the WU's to the people who want to process them).
> Berkley is using our computing power to enhance their own reputation. We get
> treated like the IT slaves while they spruke about how good they are.
> If you have a serious doubt about their IT capabilities ie providing WUs to
> the distributed somputing network, write to them at http://www.berkeley.edu/
> and choose a department to aim your complaints at.
> If more of uis do this, we might just get the respect we deserve for providing
> the biggest distributed computing network the world has ever seen
> the man from the land down under
Jeezz, you back again,,,,, so many experts so little help.
simple scheduling task, indeed, lololololololol
But my biggest gripe is that we provide free computing power to a university in the USA that tries to trell the world it is a leader in information technology, yet it can't get a simple scheduling task done (the scheduling task is getting the WU's to the people who want to process them).
So much whine so little cheese ;o)
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