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Message 799304 - Posted: 17 Aug 2008, 16:10:42 UTC

I can't seem to find how you start a new team?
I play in a very large space based game, and i think there would be alot of interest in joining on a project like Seti@home.
Any help is appreciated.
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Message 799717 - Posted: 18 Aug 2008, 20:52:57 UTC

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Go to the Home page of SETI.
Under the Community Heading click on Teams.
On the bottom on the page it says Create a team:If you can't find a team that's right for you, you can create a team. (click)

Then follow the rest of the directions;


http://boinc.mundayweb.com/teamStats.php?userID=14824

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Message 799822 - Posted: 19 Aug 2008, 4:01:08 UTC - in response to Message 799304.
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I can't seem to find how you start a new team?
I play in a very large space based game, and i think there would be alot of interest in joining on a project like Seti@home.
Any help is appreciated.
John


Here is the create team form; http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team_create_form.php

Once you create your new team, spread the word to all your mates!

You should also encourage other guys to start SETI@home teams to compete with you!

Tip's and tricks for teams can be found here; http://www.boincteams.com

John.

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