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Message 857466 - Posted: 25 Jan 2009, 2:50:35 UTC
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All Australians and anyone who is interested, is invited to join a team involved in all BOINC projects, become part of the Aussie Alliance and compete with the largest national teams.

BOINC@AUSTRALIA has a great member retention and participation rate, better than most other teams. Please pop in and find out why.

We're here for the science but enjoy the fun. We have a team web site, active forum, team camaraderie and best of all great team members. If you're interested please click on the link in my signature.

* We're ranked 11th out of 79,853 world teams for combined BOINC projects.
* We're the #1 Aussie team, with more than 540 Million credits - That's a lot of science!
* The team is active in most current BOINC projects.
* We're still growing and looking for more members in any BOINC project.
* Your existing BBC Climate credits come with you.
* Future credits from all projects will help build a powerful Aussie Alliance.
* BOINC@AUSTRALIA has over 2,700 members.

Together, we'll not only be the top Australian team, but reaching for the top 10 in the world.

We are open to new suggestions, new members and new science. Come and look us over - You can check out our web site by clicking on the team logo below and also have a look around our forum.

Once you are a member of the Team join the Forum using the same name and email address so that I can confirm you are a member of the Team. You have no idea how many spam registrations I get in a week...

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