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Message 956504 - Posted: 14 Sep 2004, 0:00:00 UTC

SETI@home is open source,
so you can port it to new platforms
or optimize it for specific architectures.
We have set up an mailing list,
boinc_opt@ssl.berkeley.edu, for people interested in this.
Details are
here.

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Message boards : News : SETI@home is open source, so you can port it to new platforms or optimize it for specific architectures. We have set up an mailing list, boinc_opt@ssl.berkeley.edu, for people interested in this. Details are


 
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