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Message 868266 - Posted: 22 Feb 2009, 22:35:51 UTC

I joined this project 10 years ago. I took a long break but have now gotten back to it and will be installing BOINC on all the machines i have at home and work.

One of the things I liked to keep track of in the old days was the "Best Candidate" section that had the best gaussian, triplet, and pulse scores found to date.

Was this removed?

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Cory

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Message 868672 - Posted: 23 Feb 2009, 18:43:46 UTC - in response to Message 868266.

I joined this project 10 years ago. I took a long break but have now gotten back to it and will be installing BOINC on all the machines i have at home and work.

One of the things I liked to keep track of in the old days was the "Best Candidate" section that had the best gaussian, triplet, and pulse scores found to date.

Was this removed?

Thanks,
Cory

temporarily.

One of the developers is coding Near Time Persistency Checker (NITPICKR), and once that is done, best candidates will come back. Occasionally there is a note in the technical news section about the progress on this program.
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