I wish for a SmartPhone specific message area

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Message 1881395 - Posted: 31 Jul 2017, 20:51:20 UTC
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I think there are enough Android smartphone users who are crunching Seti on their phones that we deserve a separate from Unix/Linux message area. I propose "SmartPhone" because it needs to cover both the Android and the odd iPhone messages. I do understand that we can't run Boinc/Seti on the iPhone.

Once we have that, we can get all the iPhone as well as Android related messages moved over there.

I know my Smartphone/Android(s) are not the greatest producers but they are in there "plugging" along. And it might be helpful in the process of trying to "promote" the use of SmartPhones in Boinc/Seti processing to elevate them to their own "OS".

Please.
Tom Miller
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Message 1883216 - Posted: 11 Aug 2017, 18:18:24 UTC - in response to Message 1881395.  

I was told about this solution to my wish: https://boinc.berkeley.edu/dev/forum_forum.php?id=24

It is an Android specific message area in the Boinc website message area.

Tom
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