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Message 532775 - Posted: 17 Mar 2007, 18:11:57 UTC

2005 the non profit association Rechenkraft.net e.V. was founded with members all over Germany to promote distributed computing.

  • We tell other people about DC also in radio interviews and newspapers.
  • We answer questions regarding DC and the scientific background in forums, email and chat.
  • We prepare a book about DC.
  • We crunch with all power we get.
  • And we have fun discussing DC, scientifics and more and meet in real life.



Join us, we are open for everyone and each distributed computing project.


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Message 532801 - Posted: 17 Mar 2007, 19:37:55 UTC - in response to Message 532775.  
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2005 the non profit association Rechenkraft.net e.V. was founded with members all over Germany to promote distributed computing.

  • We tell other people about DC also in radio interviews and newspapers.
  • We answer questions regarding DC and the scientific background in forums, email and chat.
  • We prepare a book about DC.
  • We crunch with all power we get.
  • And we have fun discussing DC, scientifics and more and meet in real life.



Join us, we are open for everyone and each distributed computing project.




Hallo Yoyo, auch mal hier im Recruitmentteil des Forums?

Viel Glück für Euch!
(Ich werde aber trotzdem bei S.G bleiben ;)

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Gruesse vom Saenger

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