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Message 3080 - Posted: 1 Jul 2004, 10:01:46 UTC

Since seti@home is currently out of work for me to do, i was wondering if there are any more Boinc based projects that i could take a look at?

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Message 3087 - Posted: 1 Jul 2004, 10:19:37 UTC

Try predictor@home - www.predictor.scripps.edu

It's the only other running BOINC project I know of although more are planned.

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Message 3095 - Posted: 1 Jul 2004, 10:41:32 UTC - in response to Message 3087.

Climate prediction are doing beta tests but i think they send you an email if they want you to do it ??
http://climateprediction.net/misc/beta.php


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Message 3104 - Posted: 1 Jul 2004, 11:03:31 UTC - in response to Message 3087.

> Try predictor@home - www.predictor.scripps.edu
> It's the only other running BOINC project I know of although more are planned.
That´s the way! Bye Seti, hello Predictor!! :-)))



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Message 3375 - Posted: 2 Jul 2004, 6:10:44 UTC

WUs Predictor@BOINC at the 1. Day.: 122 (10 CPUs)
WUs Seti@BOINC at the last 5 Day´s: 004 (10 CPUs)

No results, no WUs and no action from Seti@boinc! At all still does someone live or it the project already gave up in Berkeley? ;-((((



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