Joined: 1 Mar 99
I actually should be programming all day, but when I dive head first into such activity I have to take frequent breaks to let the CPU in my head cool off as I draw odd diagrams on the dry-erase board to solidify the logic and pseudo-code tumbling around my brain. During these moments of respite I may tend to more enjoyable things, like messing around with the raw data pipeline, or figuring out why, all of a sudden, we're not sending out any work.
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Joined: 12 Jun 00
thanks for keeping us in the picture matt
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Joined: 29 Feb 00
. . . Thanks for the Update Matt [nice selection on the music cue]
BOINC Wiki . . .
Science Status Page . . .
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... jams up in a slow, quiet manner, and nobody notices until we observe side effects - like the traffic graph dropping to zero. So we're looking into that general problem now.
All part of the fun of running close-to-the-edge maxed out...
Good luck with the continued juggling!
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Joined: 18 Jul 00
Wait... this project does like... real science??!
"Any sufficiently developed bug is indistinguishable from a feature."
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Joined: 2 Aug 99
Any chance we could get an update on how things are progressing with the CUDA client? :)
You will be assimilated...bunghole!
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